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Arctic Monkeys Share New Dreamy Music Video

Arctic Monkeys Share New Dreamy Music Video

British indie-rockers Arctic Monkeys and music video king Nabil have teamed up to create a dreamy, hallucinatory work of art. “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?” is the latest single from the Arctic Monkeys’ forthcoming album, AM, which is set to be released on September 9th. The much-anticipated follow-up to their last album, [...]

Daft Punk Drop From Stephen Colbert’s Festival

Daft Punk Drop From Stephen Colbert’s Festival

So ya’ll might of heard of these guys. They dress up like robots and they’ve been making super popular dance music for a while. Whether or not you like their heavily indebted to the 70s album, Random Access Memories, you can’t deny that they’re kind of a big deal. But before all the soft rock [...]

MGMT Share New Music Video

MGMT Share New Music Video

MGMT have been relatively missing in action since frontman Andrew VanWyngarden announced he had about five songs written and they had begun recording in January of 2012. The band has been sporadically playing shows through out the US since then. Their song “Alien Days” was released this past April 20th and their self-titled album is [...]

Music Experiment 2.0 Hosting Free Disclosure Show

Music Experiment 2.0 Hosting Free Disclosure Show

There’s a new social media presence taking over the US, and they’re doing it in secret. Music Experiment 2.0 is a themed, social-media powered music series that connects passionate fans with their favorite emerging artists. Boston is the second leg of “The Music Experiment,” which launched in New York last month with Empire of the Sun headlining. Tickets [...]

Death Grips Don’t Show at Lollapalooza

Death Grips Don’t Show at Lollapalooza

Most bands would kill for a spot at a major music festival, particularly the Chicago-based Lollapalooza. It has been a staple of the summer music fest scene for years; the festival brings over 160,000 fans during its three day run and boasts a diverse assortment of musicians. Still, there was one band who just didn’t [...]

Stream the New Pond Album, by Tame Impala Members

Stream the New Pond Album, by Tame Impala Members

While members of the Australian band Pond may be best known as members of Tame Impala (current Tame Impala keys man Jay Watson, ex-Tame Impala bassist Nick “Paisley” Allbrook, current Tame Impala bassist Cam Avery, and ex-Pond drummer and current Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker), they have forged their own brand of off-the-wall psychedelia, fuzz [...]

Michael Jackson & Freddie Mercury Collaborations In Works

Michael Jackson & Freddie Mercury Collaborations In Works

Back in 1983, the King of Pop and one of the most legendary rock and roll frontmen, Freddie Mercury, recorded three songs together in Michael Jackson’s home studio. Unfortunately, the two had a falling out and the tracks have been unreleased since then. In Mercury: An Intimate Biography of Freddie Mercury, Mercury is quoted saying, [...]

The Civil Wars Will Release New Album

The Civil Wars Will Release New Album

It seemed like things were going swimmingly for country duo The Civil Wars—skyrocketing to fame, winning three Grammys, collaborating with the likes of Taylor Swift—and all coming from their debut album, Barton Hallow. The critically-acclaimed release, which featured the Southern rock stylings of guitarist/vocalist John Paul White and the aching, impressive vocals of Californian Joy [...]

Phish Announce Fall Tour

Phish Announce Fall Tour

Phish are currently on an extensive summer tour to celebrate their 30 year anniversary and now they have added on 12 dates in October and early November. The band will have about a month break between the end of the summer tour (September 1st) and the beginning of the fall tour (October 18th). Perhaps this [...]

New Cut Copy Single Revealed at Pitchfork Music Festival

New Cut Copy Single Revealed at Pitchfork Music Festival

Something is amiss in the Cut Copy camp. After capturing the attention of the indie dance world with 2008’s In Ghost Colours, the Australian band raised their worldwide profile with their Fleetwood Mac and Grace Jones inspired follow up, Zonoscope. Nowadays, they’re prone to changing their Facebook and Twitter profile pictures to blank images while [...]

Emerson College

The Emerson Acappellooza Fundraiser

Come celebrate our school with performances from our own four a cappella groups: Acapellics Anonymous, Noteworthy, Treble Makers, and Achoired Taste. It will be a night filled with school spirit, positive energy, and fun for any person who loves Emerson College. Proceeds will go to Emerson Scholarships and Emerson A cappella. Sponsored by Acappellics Anonymous with The Spirit [...]

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