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REVIEW: MADE OF OAK: PENUMBRA EP

The name Made of Oak might not ring a bell. You may not even recognize the real name of the man who’s so named himself, Nick Sanborn. But if you’re an electronic pop music fan, or just a fan of electronic music in general, then the name of his full-time gig surely will,...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: STRYPER: FALLEN

It’s 2015 and Stryper’s yellow and black attack continues. And I dare say it’s stronger than ever. Just listen to “Yahweh,” the blistering opening track of their new album, Fallen. When I heard Michael Sweet was writing a song with Clint Lowery of Sevendust I thought we were in for a disaster, just...
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PREMIERE STREAM / #songoftheweek : NATHASSIA: TURNING HEADZ


On August 3rd of this year we brought you the premiere of half Dutch, half Indian singer/songwriter Nathassia's red hot "Contagious," a song that more than lived up to its name, having since earned her a solid fanbase that spans such diverse countries as Egypt, Turkey, Morocco, Brazil,...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: THE DEAD WEATHER: DODGE AND BURN

The Dead Weather don’t like to call themselves a supergroup, but they undoubtedly are. Jack White (drums, vocals, guitars) has become an acclaimed solo artist during recent years and was already famous for The White Stripes. Alison Mosshart (lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards) is one half of the rough and tumble pop duo...
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20 YEARS QUEER: GARBAGE AT THE ORPHEUM THEATRE, BOSTON, MA 10/21/15

review by Michael McCarthy photos by Joshua Bernard Yes, indeed, it has been twenty years since Garbage released their self-titled debut album. That’s two fucking decades! Earlier this month they released remastered versions of the record, which included a deluxe edition and a super deluxe edition, the later being a massive 62 tracks...
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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: DOE PAORO, TAKE TWO

Doe Paoro is one of the most unique artists I’ve ever come across. When you listen to her spellbinding new album, After, you feel as though you’re listening to music from another world. Or from the future. Probably both. Although familiar instruments make up her sound, you’ve never heard them blended together quite...
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