Monthly Archives: October 2014

#albumoftheday / REVIEW: SIXX A.M.: MODERN VINTAGE

“Do you wanna see the stars before they fall?” asks lead singer James Michael during the chorus of “Stars,” the opening song on SIXX A.M.’s new — and third — album, Modern Vintage. It’s an inspiring tune that really makes one want to stop and smell the roses, as they say. It also...
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VIDEO: BETTY WHO: “ALL OF YOU”


To be honest, we weren't sure if Betty Who was going to live up to all of the hype surrounding her, but now that we've tasted her delicious album, Take Me When You Go, we can say that she delivers the goods. If you liked La Roux...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: OK GO: HUNGRY GHOSTS

OK GO: HUNGRY GHOSTSAs you may remember, I reviewed OK GO’s fantastic Upside Out EP back in August of this year. All four of those incredible, tasty treats are served up deliciously here on the band’s new album, Hungry Ghosts, which is, simply put, baked to perfection. But before we get to the...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: THE PICTUREBOOKS: IMAGINARY HORSE

The Picturebooks is a German duo consisting of Fynn Claus Grabke [vocals, guitar] and Philipp “Maddin” Mirtschink [drums]. The two first met hanging out at a skate park and became fast friends, realizing they had more in common than skateboarding, especially their mutual adoration of motorcycles and bands like The Smiths, The Cure...
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