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Paul McCartney Announces New Tour

Paul McCartney Announces New Tour

Sir Paul McCartney is, without a doubt, one of the biggest names in modern music ever. His continued vitality can be put down to his status as both a figure of Beatlesmania nostalgia and a continually vital musical force. In the past decade he has released three albums under his own name, his third under […]

Frightened Rabbit Live at HOB

Frightened Rabbit Live at HOB

It’s been a busy year for the Scottish quintet, Frightened Rabbit. The band consists of Scott Hutchinson , his brother Grant Hutchinson, Billy Kennedy, Andy Monaghan, and Gordon Skene and they released their State Hospital EP in September just a mere five months before the release of their fourth full-length record Pedestrian Verse. The set […]

“Comedown Machine” by The Strokes

“Comedown Machine” by The Strokes

Most journalists like to start off their reviews of whatever the latest Strokes album is by mentioning their debut album, Is This It, and the seismic impact it had on the past ten or so years of rock and indie music. Let’s just skip over all of that: you can read tons of articles about […]

James Brown YouTube Channel Launch

James Brown YouTube Channel Launch

Home entertainment company Shout! Factory and the James Brown estate have come together to give the late James Brown an official YouTube channel and online site. Yesterday, Friday April 5th, was the 45th anniversary of Brown’s famed concert in Boston. For those who don’t know the story, the day after the assassination of Dr. Martin […]

“Carnival” by Nora Jane Struthers

“Carnival” by Nora Jane Struthers

With a name like hers, Virginia-born singer/songwriter Nora Jane Struthers was destined for a career in bluegrass music. Funded by a Kickstarter campaign and recorded in Nashville, Struthers’ sophomore effort, Carnival is a fun and colorful album that takes you for a ride. Showing off her southern roots, the album opens up with “The Baker’s […]

This Week In Music History

This Week In Music History

Calling all music aficionados! Did you know that April 5th has been a groundbreaking day in music for decades? Let’s take a look back. Today in 1976, Led Zeppelin released their seventh studio album, Presence. The album was released by Swan Song Records and recorded during the band’s more tumultuous times when Robert Plant was recovering from […]

“From Nowhere” EP by Dan Croll

“From Nowhere” EP by Dan Croll

With the release of his first EP, From Nowhere, Dan Croll has earned himself a spot on the list of artists you should keep an eye out for this year. From Nowhere is a 5 song EP that features Croll’s eclectic mix of electronic and folk while showcasing his talent as a solo artist. During […]

Fall Out Boy Tour Selling Out

Fall Out Boy Tour Selling Out

Just in case you missed it, one of the greatest bands from the early 00′s is making a come back this year. Fall Out Boy shocked the world back in February with news of not only a reunion tour, but new music as well. Shortly thereafter, the band released their first single, “My Songs Know […]

They Might Be Giants Live In Studio

They Might Be Giants Live In Studio

In the WERS live mix studio, John Flansburgh picks up a wooden microphone case and knocks on it rapidly. “This would make a good snare,” he commented. “Mind if I steal it?” This is a habit he’s become accustomed to in the thirty years with best friend John Linnell and the cultural anomaly that is […]

“The Invisible Way” by Low

“The Invisible Way” by Low

Fans of slow, sad music should rejoice because Low’s latest album is some of the best you can find. Don’t be fooled – this is isn’t background music or music to fall asleep to. It’s far too engaging for that. Simple instrumentation plays the role of backdrop to Alan Sparhawk (what a cool name!) and […]

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