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The Wonder Years Release “There, There” Music Video and Get a BuzzFeed Post

The Wonder Years

Today, the Philadelphia band, The Wonder Years, released their newest music video, “There, There.” The track off of their most recent album, The Greatest Generation, is one of their slower and calmer (for this genre of music) songs. It has splashes of that authentic, pop-punk sound that we’ve all come to love the band for. The video

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[LSTN] Carbon Tigers Premiere New Song, “Everybody Else”

Carbon Tigers

Chicago-based indie rock band, Carbon Tigers, released a new single “Everybody Else” yesterday on Guitar World. The song is off of their upcoming five song EP, The Wars At Home, out November 19th. The EP is about self-discovery and growth before it turns dark and tells the stories of destruction, love, and fierce competition. In

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Blameshift Releases Full Length Album ‘Secrets’ – Out NOW


Jenny Mann never thought that a simple suggest from her neighbor would turn into the inception of what is now alternative rock band Blameshift. What is now the better part of five years and 200,000 miles later, Jenny along with her fellow cohorts Tim Barbour and Nathan Saake never thought a small suggestion would have

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[ALBUM REVIEW] Ali Wadsworth (Self-Titled) & Hits Milkboy Philly This Thursday!

Ali Wadsworth TSI Album Review

“Ooohhhhh, ooohhhhh, you are something I cannot believe! Ooohhhhh, ooohhhhh, right in front of me.”- Ali Wadsworth/Sean Hoots “All Due Respect”—that’s what was blowing through my mind the first time I saw Ali Wadsworth perform at this year’s Philadelphia Folk Fest. One day her hair was purple, the other day blue, and her voice colored

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[ALbUM reVIEW] Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. – The Speed Of Things


The Detroit synth-pop duo of Daniel Zott and Josh Epstein known as Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. have teamed with producer Ben West to create an album aimed at pinpointing the internet-age and its sprawling enormity.  They simply stated, “we’re a generation of false starts.”  Clad in their Lysol and Cheerios NASCAR fire suits, DEJJ look

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The 1975 Release Video for Single “Girls”

the 1975 (2)

British indie rock/pop outfit The 1975 have released a music video for their single “Girls” off their self-titled album. The song is indie rock/pop perfection and the video compliments it. Check it out

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Tigers Jaw Releases New Single “Hum”

Tigers Jaw

After a breakup this past March, the remaining members of Tigers Jaw (Ben Walsh and Brianna Collins) are back to release their new single “Hum” off their new 7″ Hum/Cool which is set for release November 19th on Run for Cover Records.The song was first premiered last weekend during the Run for Cover CMJ Showcase and received

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[LISTEN] Josef Salvat premieres “Every Night”

Josef Salvat

Josef Salvat, a newcomer to the scene, is orginially from Australia but currently resides in London. Fader premiered, “Every Night”, a new song off of Salvat’s upcoming double A-side, to be released December 9th. The song is slow, smooth and a tad sexy. Falsetto notes that invade the chorus will prove this listen was worth

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Tauk to Perform @ The Blockley on Spookiest Night of The Year


Up-and-coming New York City based band, Tauk, will be performing at The Blockley in Philadelphia on Thursday, October 31st with Splintered Sunlight. The show starts at 9 p.m. and is only $8 in advance ($10 at the door.) Unfortunately for the young folk, this show is 21+. But don’t think they’d let you come to

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“How To Rob A Bank” single from Those Mockingbirds

Those Mockingbirds

New Jersey band, Those Mockingbirds, released their new single, “How To Rob A Bank,“ yesterday. It’s the first official single from their upcoming LP, Penny The Dreadful. The artwork was hand drawn by Bella Agnello, the 7-year-old daughter of legendary producer John Agnello (who has worked with Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr, Kurt Vile, The Thermals.)

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