Archive for January 9th, 2015

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STREAM: Storm The Sky – “Oh Sister” Feat. Jake Taylor

Storm The Sky‘s upcoming studio album, Permanence, is set to hit stores in Australia Jan. 16, Jan. 19 in Europe and the UK and Jan. 20 in North America via UNFD. Last month we heard one of the band’s singles, titled “Portraits,” featuring guest vocals by Matty Mullins. The group has unleashed another new single […]

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‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Is Now A Netflix Series, Entire Cast Returning

Remember the rumors of Wet Hot American Summer finally getting the sequel fans have been waiting for since 2001? Well, those dreams have died and been replaced with something even better: A limited run Netflix series. According to Deadline, production is already underway for a Wet Hot American Summer series, which will likely premiere on […]

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The Get Up Kids Announce Mini-Tour With PUP and Restorations

Apart from their few appearances at various music festivals this past year, there has not been any word about what The Get Up Kids are up to lately. This morning, however, the Kansas City alt-rock outfit announced via Twitter that they will be heading out on a series of shows this spring. To be supported […]

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Cursive Announce Tour With Beach Slang

After over a year of being away from the road, Cursive made sure they were on that long roster of bands that put out tour dates early this year. The Nebraska emo outfit will once again be embarking on a month-and-a-half-long series of shows, and this time, they will be taking Philadelphia up-and-coming punk rock […]

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The Ghost Inside Part Ways With Founding Member Aaron Brooks

Earlier today, hardcore heavyweights The Ghost Inside took to social media to announce the departure of their lead guitarist Aaron Brooks, who has appeared on every one of the group’s releases to date. “The Ghost Inside is parting ways with guitar player Aaron Brooks,” the LA outfit said over Facebook. “The band wishes him the […]

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Childish Gambino Teams Up With “Telegraph Ave.” Director For “Sober” Video

The ever-evolving artist, Childish Gambino, is back with an eerie followup to his recent music video for “Telegraph Ave. (“Oakland” by Lloyd).” If you don’t recall the video, make sure you take a quick look and stay until the end. Teaming up with director Hiro Murai once again, Gambino displays his acting, dancing, and even […]

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Ellie Goulding Contributes “Love Me Like You Do” to ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Soundtrack

Over the past year the romance novel-turned movie, Fifty Shades of Grey, has become the butt of countless jokes and pop-culture references. Now, a month from its theatrical release, activity surrounding the movie has begun to take a turn for the serious as a number of pop stars have come out with catchy songs for […]

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EXCLUSIVE: Starling Glow Teases Big 2015

We are all about helping new artists gain the extra exposure needed to reach an international audience, and today we are thrilled to partner with up and coming pop star Starling Glow to tease what will certainly be a very busy 2015. Oh, you don’t know Starling Glow? No worries. This fast-rising vocalist boasts a […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Taken 3’ Is A Complete Waste Of Time

Film: Taken 3 Starring: Liam Neeson Directed by: Olivier Megaton Seven years after first saving his daughter from an underground prostitution ring, Bryan Mills is back once more with a story that lacks the heart, grit, and fun that previously set the Taken franchise apart. The setting is Los Angeles, and for the first time […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Inherent Vice’ Will Leave You With A Contact High

Film: Inherent Vice Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Josh Brolin, Benicio Del Toro Directed by: Paul Thomas Anderson Paul Thomas Anderson is a director known for his divisive films. Boogie Nights was criticized for the glorification of the adult film industry when it was doing anything but. There Will Be Blood was put down for its constant […]

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EDITORIAL: What Will Be The American Movie Theater Experience In 2015?

After a trip to an AMC theater to see The Theory of Everything (which is an incredibly moving and powerful film that you must see), I found myself questioning the current state of the American movie theater experience. In a market where everything is now a “luxury” experience, it seems as if every theater is […]

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REVIEW: Corpus – ‘The Sliding Scale Of Morality’

Artist: Corpus Album: The Sliding Scale of Morality Genre: Post-Hardcore, Indie Sydney duo Corpus have been causing quite the ruckus down under over the last three years with their unique brand of indie-tinged post-hardcore and riotous live shows, earning them dizzying acclaim from some of the scene’s most discerning ears (including Sydney resident and frontman […]