Archive for January 17th, 2015

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Lil Wayne Drops “Fingers Hurting”

While the long-delayed release of Lil Wayne‘s final record, Tha Carter V, has been embroiled in plenty of public controversy due to continued sparring between Lil Wayne and Cash Money Records, there is now a bit of solace within the rapper’s camp as Weezy is finally set to release a pre-Carter mixtape. Entitled Sorry 4 the Wait 2, Weezy […]

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REVIEW: Author – ‘Of Brighter Days’

Artist: Author Album: Of Brighter Days Genre: Indie, Alternative Label: Unsigned Minneapolis’ Author have been riding a wave of praise since the release of their debut EP, People Are Alike All Over, a lush offering that left alternative music fans weak in the knees and hungry for a follow-up. Now, two years later, the four-piece […]

Carmen Villain

Wake Up With Two Gorgeous Dream Pop Songs by Carmen Villain

It’s not often that dream pop hits our ears and we feel like we haven’t heard anything like it before. Thankfully that’s the case for Carmen Villain. The US-born, half-Norwegian, half-Mexican musician is releasing a brand new “Quietly/Let Go” 7-inch on January 20 digitally and February 10 physically via Smalltown Supersound. Let out one last […]

Hearts & Hands

Stream Hearts & Hands’ Cover Of Sia’s “Elastic Heart”

There is no better time to do a cover of a song than when it’s the topic of conversation. So, naturally, it was inevitable that someone would take the opportunity to record their own version of Sia‘s “Elastic Heart.” The cover was done by the guys in Hearts & Hands, and I have to say, […]

Razzies

The 2015 Razzie Nominations Are Here

As soon as the Oscar nominations are announced, it officially becomes Oscar season. Actors, actresses, directors and the like all prepare for one night of celebration (or horrible defeat). However, not everyone is so lucky, and because there are only so many nominees each year there will be plenty of those who will not be […]

Grateful Dead To Play Trio Of Shows To Commemorate 50th Anniversary

Attention all Dead Heads! Your time has come to see one of the greatest jam bands to ever grace a stage for the last time. That’s right, the Grateful Dead will be reuniting for a trio of shows for 4th of July weekend. Famous for its eclectic utilization of various musical genres, the band announced […]

Boys Night Out

It Looks Like Boys Night Out Are Making A Comeback in 2015

If you were a part of the mid-late ’00s emo/hardcore scene, then you were likely familiar with Boys Night Out. From their classic debut album Make Yourself Sick to their revered sophomore release Trainwreck, they were one of the pioneers of the post-hardcore genre at that time. After six years of not playing together, it […]