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The ‘Twisted’ Pop Failure of LeAnn Rimes [Video]

The ‘Twisted’ Pop Failure of LeAnn Rimes [Video]

Many people have compared Taylor Swift to another country female singer, LeAnn Rimes. The similarities are there and they go much further than the obvious outset. Like Rimes before her, Swift has chosen to switch things up and dive completely into the pop genre. After dominating charts with a mix of southern twang and honest […]

One Direction Go in Different Directions?

One Direction Go in Different Directions?

The pop group One Direction continues their prominent reign four years into a grand career run. With three albums and a fourth on the way, a high grossing stadium tour currently in its North American leg and many other accomplishments, rumors of an inevitable stop point are always sure to follow them. Whispers of a […]

Iggy Azalea, the Pop Star?

Iggy Azalea, the Pop Star?

Many upcoming musical artists try a hodgepodge of things to get noticed and apparently, rapper Iggy Azalea is no different. She is currently seen as one of the hottest female artists in hip-hop, but a recently uncovered music video shows what things could have been like if she went on more of a pop path. […]

Troye Sivan Marks His Spot With ‘TRXYE’ [Review / Video]

Troye Sivan Marks His Spot With ‘TRXYE’ [Review / Video]

The attention span of a YouTube viewer usually lasts as long as the shtick one of its video makers can come up with. Perhaps this is why so many famed stars of the video sharing site are spreading their wings elsewhere, while taking on new projects. Names such as Tyler Oakley, Hannah Hart and Dan […]

Plini/Sithu Aye ‘I’ Independent Music Review

Plini/Sithu Aye ‘I’ Independent Music Review

Release Date: November 28, 2013 Mastering: Versed Audio Genre: Progressive Metal/Melodic Metal/Jazz For Fans of: Polyphia, Animals As Leaders, Intervals, Cloudkicker, Steve Vai, John Petrucci, Dream Theater Music, and art in general, are absolutely wonderful things. Art and opportunities for creativity are what give life its spice and vitality, enriching the experiences, events, thoughts and relationships around us. But […]

Oxblood ‘Tides’ Independent Music Review

Oxblood ‘Tides’ Independent Music Review

Release Date: February 24, 2014Studio: Howl Street RecordingsGenre: Sludge Rock/Metal/ExperimentalFor Fans of: A Perfect Circle, Trenches, System of a Down, Tool Pioneering bands within the more modern stylings of metal and hardcore, such as Underoath and As I Lay Dying, discovered that they were influencing hordes of new bands that wanted to emulate the simultaneously catchy and heavy vibes […]

Bad Notes in Music: Female Fights and Feuds

Bad Notes in Music: Female Fights and Feuds

There have been two brewing battles this week in the music industry. On one side, a once-legendary rapper has made moves to properly diffuse the popularity of her young counterpart. On the other, a once-promising girl group has split indefinitely following an all-out brawl. Nicki vs. the Queen Bee: Battle Lines Drawn – The bad […]

Arbiter City ‘This Day in History’ Independent Music Review

Arbiter City ‘This Day in History’ Independent Music Review

Release Date: May 6, 2014 Studio: Antlur Media Genre: Pop Punk For Fans of: Blink-182, My Chemical Romance, Weekend FM, The Wonder Years Cranking out pop punk jams since 2012, Arbiter City issues forth their energetic stylings from River Grove, Illinois without holding back. The band cites influences such as My Chemical Romance, The Story […]

Sacred Monster ‘Knowledge’ Independent Music Review

Sacred Monster ‘Knowledge’ Independent Music Review

Release Date: March 22, 2014 Studio: Independently recorded and produced Genre: Heavy metal/Classic metal For Fans of: Black Sabbath, Dio, Metallica, Iron Maiden Hailing from the age-toughened streets of Chicago, the heavy metalers in Sacred Monster released their debut EP Knowledge in the spring of 2014. The EP only runs four tracks, but packs a surprisingly engaging classic […]

Pop Music of 2014: Hits, Misses and Expectations

Pop Music of 2014: Hits, Misses and Expectations

It is hard to believe, but the world is only four months away from 2015. Just as the days seem to fly by, many music releases have come and gone. Some were released to a high level of fanfare, while others barely made an impact and were quickly forgotten. On top of that, with a […]

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