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10 years later: Red Hot Chili Peppers’ ‘Stadium Arcadium’

You would be hard-pressed to find a more polarizing band than Red Hot Chili Peppers. Despite their detractors, people have continued buying their records by the millions and flocking to see them live for the last three decades. Along with their numerous hits, they are a band that has continually evolved. Everyone knows Flea is […]

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EDITORIAL: Green Day’s ‘American Idiot’ Still Changing America 10 Years Later

It’s September 2004. According to American Top 40 with Ryan Seacrest, the top song in the nation is Ashlee Simpson’s “Pieces of Me.” Pitchfork’s favorite record is Arcade Fire’s Funeral. Hellboy is dominating the box office. The Boston Red Sox are gearing up to win its first World Series title in 86 years. President George […]

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A Decade Under The Influence: 10 Years Of Taking Back Sunday’s ‘Where You Want To Be’

In the fall of 2004, I had just turned 14 years old. I was unsure of how my clothes were supposed to fit my body, and over the summer, I had grown a substantial neck beard. Girls were becoming more interesting by the day, and high school was no longer a far off destination, but […]

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REVIEW: Finch – ‘What It Is To Burn X – Live At The Glasshouse’

Artist: Finch Album: What It Is To Burn X – Live At The Glasshouse Genre: Rock, Screamo In the Australian summer of 2002, I was a shaggy-haired, punk rock-obsessed kid embarking on a journey to musical and personal discovery. After years spent as a devout follower of all things Fat Wreck, Kung Fu, Nitro, Drive […]

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Sting Announces First Album In 10 Years, ‘The Last Ship’

Sting has not put out an album of all new material since his 2003 album, Sacred Love. That all changes in September. Sting plans on releasing his eleventh studio album, The Last Ship, on September 24 via Cherrytree/Interscope/A & M Records. Billboard reports that the music tells the story of “the declining shipbuilding business in Wallsend, […]

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Spitalfield Announce ‘Remember Right Now’ 10-Year Anniversary Tour

It’s been a fast decade since Spitalfield‘s Victory Records debut, Remember Right Now. Maybe it was titled that because that was when Victory had a good roster and they knew it was going to go down hill. The album was a staple in the developing emo movement and was produced by Sean O’keefe (Take This […]

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The Bamboozle Festival Will Not Return In 2013

Earlier this year, we reported that The Bamboozle Festival would not be returning to Asbury Park in New Jersey in 2013. At the time, we thought it was an indication that the festival was moving to the other side of the country. This no longer seems to be the case. After not turning a profit […]

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TLC Planning First Album In 10 Years

TLC shocked fans worldwide when they recently announced at the Mobo Awards, in Liverpool, that a new album is in the works! This will be the first album since their 2002’s 3D, that was released half a year after member Lisa “Left Eye” Lopez died in a car crash in Honduras. Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas and […]

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Bamboozle Avoiding Asbury Park

Rock festival Bamboozle is not going to be held at Asbury Park, concert producer Live Nation has confirmed. Live Nation will continue to hold shows there, but Bamboozle failed to turn a profit in 2012 being held in Asbury. This comes as a big surprise, as last year’s festival surpassed 90,000 attendees. “Live Nation has […]

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FEATURE: Clipse’s “Lord Willin” Turns 10

It’s hard to believe a decade has passed since 2002, but it becomes ever more true by the week as it seems the influence of that year’s Freshman music class essentially set the tone for everything that has happened in mainstream and alternative music since. We’ve probably celebrated a dozen (likely more) anniversaries in 2012 […]

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10 Years “Shoot It Out” Music Video

10 Years’ is celebrating the release of their third studio album, Feeding the Wolves, with the debut of the official music video for “Shoot It Out.” Watch after the jump!