#ThrowbackThursday Review – The Rollings Stones – Some Girls (1978)
May15

#ThrowbackThursday Review – The Rollings Stones – Some Girls (1978)

Some Girls is the first album to be number one in The United States, helming the Billboard Chart’s top song in the country “Miss You.” The album raises influence from the heavily disco era; and carries multiple tracks where the “Jagger Swagger” is an accompaniment for the album tone that takes liberty on riffing country without apology. This is especially true for the cover of “Just My Imagination” as well as “Far Away Eyes,” and...

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[LISTEN] The Kickback annouces album release and show @ The Milkboy on June 11th
May15

[LISTEN] The Kickback annouces album release and show @ The Milkboy on June 11th

The Kickback exemplifies the all-american alt-indie rock band even through their name; if The Smashing Pumpkins meets The Strokes they would create The Kickback.  To create the hype for their new album, The Kickback will be hitting up the Milkboy on June 11th to share a few tunes with you. The Kickback is prepping for the release of a new album later this summer, produced by Spoon drummer and engineer Jim Eno and recently Death +...

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[LISTEN] JPNSGRLS releases full-length album, Circulation, on July 15
May15

[LISTEN] JPNSGRLS releases full-length album, Circulation, on July 15

When I think Japan’s street fashion ,I tend to think of bright, loud eccentric outfits; mixing current trends with traditional ones. Vancouver quartet JPNSGRLS (pronounced “Japanese Girls”) embody the visual style of Japan’s urban street fashion; loud, in-your-face, rock n’ roll group with burst of quirkiness through out their songs.   This group just released The Sharkweek EP earlier this year on limited...

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Tribal Seeds ‘Representing’ Out Now
May14

Tribal Seeds ‘Representing’ Out Now

Reggae band Tribal Seeds released their newest album, Representing yesterday to great reviews. Hitting # 1 on Itunes Reggae, and Music Bailout stated, “Tribal Seeds are still at the top of the game. Their addictive roots-inspired sound is always catchy and fits in perfectly with the vocal style.” Representing is their first full-length album in five years. And when they decided to make the album, they brought in some old...

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Check out Lily & the Parlour Tricks New Single ‘Requiem’
May14

Check out Lily & the Parlour Tricks New Single ‘Requiem’

Lily & the Parlour Tricks newly released music video, a must see! It was recently released on Wall Street Journal’s Speakeasy. >>Check out ‘Requiem’<< Their music has been described as an “idiosyncratic brew of siren-song harmonies, thundering bass + drums and wickedly distorted guitar” [Deli Magazine]. Catch them on their summer tour, as they will be hitting up some great festivals, such...

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[WATCH] Neil Young Likes Jack White’s Box – Television History Made
May13

[WATCH] Neil Young Likes Jack White’s Box – Television History Made

Last night, Jimmy Fallon had Neil Young and Jack White on the show to promote Young’s new album, A Letter Home. Different than the rest, Young recorded the entire album on White’s 1940′s style vinyl recording booth.  The booth, which is now on display and open for public use at Third Man Records was brought to The Tonight Show to introduce the world to how this album was recorded. Including 2 duets with White (how...

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