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Delta Deep Self-Titled Debut Underground Examinations Music Review

Delta Deep Self-Titled Debut Underground Examinations Music Review

Some musicians can not seem to slow down, Phil Collen, guitarist of Def Leppard is one of them. Despite an operation on his left hand and being in his late 50’s, Collen has herded together a side project of epic proportions. With a multitude of guest appearances, the new band, Delta Deep, have a self-titled […]

Louise Aubrie ‘Late 44′ Underground Examinations Music Review

Louise Aubrie ‘Late 44′ Underground Examinations Music Review

When London and New York come together in musical matrimony it sounds like Louise Aubrie; a dancey mixture of pop and punk that is not afraid to stand its ground. Late 44 is a ten track summer salute with driving guitar and lighthearted vocals, but does the international beat resound in the ears of the […]

Little Shells: A New Take on Avant-Garde Jazz [Review]

Little Shells: A New Take on Avant-Garde Jazz [Review]

A new popular format for recording projects lately is to create a collaboration of a number of different free agents to make a fluid “band” around a central theme or person. Little Shells is following in the footsteps of bands like The Polyphonic Spree, [debut] and Monks of Mellonwah in the way they are forming […]

Kurt Cobain’s Death Sparks New Investigation, Murder Suspected

Kurt Cobain’s Death Sparks New Investigation, Murder Suspected

Kurt Cobain’s death has sparked a new investigation, over 21 years after the singer’s death, with the possibility of him having been murdered being the focus. A Seattle police chief reportedly believes that the matter should be reopened, and that this idea should be thoroughly examined. This is a theory that has been passed around […]

SxSO: New Festival Supported by Tomás Doncker

SxSO: New Festival Supported by Tomás Doncker

Tomás Doncker is known for his refreshing, high-energy take on blues, rock and experimental jazz and is taking a break from his tour in support of his latest album, Big Apple Blues, with an appearance at the first annual South by South Orange Festival (SxSO). The festival runs from June 26th through the 28th and will […]

Taylor Swift Called a Hypocrite After Being Hailed for Rant Against Apple

Taylor Swift Called a Hypocrite After Being Hailed for Rant Against Apple

Pop star Taylor Swift has been called a hypocrite just days after she was hailed by artists across the world for her rant against Apple Inc. She had recently sent an open letter to Apple criticizing the company’s policy for payments made to artists. The 25-year-old pop icon had demanded that the technology giant pay […]

Florence and the Machine Rule World Venues

Florence and the Machine Rule World Venues

Florence and the Machine rule world venues this year. Today, June 20, Rolling Stones Magazine announced that the popular band would be headlining at the Voodoo Music and Arts Festival this October 31. Additionally, Florence and the Machine will replace the Foo Fighters at the Glastonbury Festival in the U.K. The contemporary pop vocal group, […]

Madonna’s Video Premiere Was a Disaster

Madonna’s Video Premiere Was a Disaster

The newest music video by music and lifestyle goddess Madonna, which includes a bunch of A-list stars, including Nicki Minaj, has been labeled a disaster. In an effort to work together with Jay-Z to promote his new music website TIDAL, the pop icon chose to premiere her video for the song, B**ch I’m Madonna, on the site. The […]

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