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Stream Ryan Adams’ new self-titled album

Stream Ryan Adams’ new self-titled album

Spenser Milo September 2, 2014 0

Ryan Adams’ fourteenth album, Ryan Adams, will be released next week, but for fans of the fantastic musicians (and fans of listening to something for free), the album can be heard over at NPR.

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Local Music Spotlight: Gatsby’s Shipwreck

Local Music Spotlight: Gatsby’s Shipwreck

Shannon Horte August 27, 2014 0

Somewhere in the not-so-deep depths of central Connecticut, a former three-piece rock band transformed into an acoustic potpourri punk duo that play house shows, eat pizza, and love Alison Brie. Gatsby’s Shipwreck members Cullen

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Album Review: Cymbals Eat Guitars – <i>Lose</i>

Album Review: Cymbals Eat Guitars – Lose

Jim Testa August 26, 2014 0

When Joseph D’Agostino was growing up in a blue-collar suburb of New Jersey, he wasn’t blessed with easy access to Asbury Park, New Brunswick, or Hoboken.  Those were places he dreamed about as he

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Album Review: Gemma Ray – <i>Milk For Your Motors</i>

Album Review: Gemma Ray – Milk For Your Motors

Spenser Milo August 26, 2014 0

For her fifth album, Gemma Ray uses all of the genres in her packed arsenal of music. Possibly because she realized that after five albums, there’s no need to remain the same or be

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Top 10 post-<i>Pinkerton</i>  Weezer songs

Top 10 post-Pinkerton  Weezer songs

Luke Thornton August 20, 2014 2

Weezer is pretty much defined by The Blue Album and Pinkerton and they are for a reason. There’s a real honesty, rawness, and off-beat sincerity to those albums that attached itself to you in

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Album Review: Rusty Maples – <i>The Western World</i>

Album Review: Rusty Maples – The Western World

Spenser Milo August 19, 2014 0

In the growing world of music, bands have to make sure that they get in and get out of listeners’ ears with something to leave behind. Unfortunately this calls for no more really lengthy

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Interview: Slow Club’s Charles Watson on influences, and his favorite song off <i>Complete Surrender</i>

Interview: Slow Club’s Charles Watson on influences, and his favorite song off Complete Surrender

Spenser Milo August 19, 2014 0

After releasing his band’s third studio album, Complete Surrender, Charles Watson of Slow Club was kind enough to speak us through email about him and band mate Rebecca Taylor’s songwriting process, the influences involved

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Album Review: The Gaslight Anthem – <i>Get Hurt</i>

Album Review: The Gaslight Anthem – Get Hurt

Spenser Milo August 19, 2014 0

After their sophomore album, The Gaslight Anthem never seemed like they’d hit that peak again. 2010′s American Slang had some success in gaining a broader audience, striking up plenty of press coverage for anyone

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Taylor Swift announces new single and music video for “Shake It Off,” and new album <i>1989</i>

Taylor Swift announces new single and music video for “Shake It Off,” and new album 1989

Spenser Milo August 18, 2014 0

After exactly fifty Internet years, plenty of speculation, and a skywriting infiltration since her last album, Red, Taylor Swift has finally released the lead single off 1989, her newly announced album. On the Yahoo!

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Ed Sheeran debuts “Don’t” remix featuring Rick Ross

Ed Sheeran debuts “Don’t” remix featuring Rick Ross

Lauren Moranor August 18, 2014 0

Ed Sheeran has made it known that he is a big hip hop fan and his sophomore album, X, certainly shows the influences. As the singer continues to promote his top-selling album, he is

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