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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: CHVRCHES: EVERY OPEN EYE

I was born in ’70’s and grew up in the ’80’s with a fondness for synthy pop like the Eurythmics, Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys and so many others. Practically every song on the radio relied heavily on sythesizers. It was wonderful. Even when my beloved heavy metal bands (now called hair metal)...
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NEWS: GHOST’S BLACK TO THE FUTURE TOUR KICKS OFF TONIGHT

You may recall that the Ghost song above, “From The Pinnacle To The Pit,” was a #songoftheday last week.  We also gave their new album, Meliora, a gleaming review.  Well, their unholy tour kicks off tonight at The Fillmore in Silver Spring, MD. The band will trek through North America through November 1, before...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: PHASES: FOR LIFE

PHASES. Remember that name. Because, simply put, they’re the best new synthy pop band to come along since CHVRCHES. In fact, they’re easily as brilliant as CHVRCHES. No kidding or exaggerating. Perhaps that shouldn’t be a surprise, though, being that they’re essentially a supergroup, as three of their members have previously found fame...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: Angéline: BACK TO PIKE PLACE

Singer/songwriter Angéline was originally from Loire Atlantique in France but is now based out of London, which is where she earned her music degree. Although most of her songs are now in English, there’s clearly a French folk music influence to her sound. Additionally, she’d just visited Cuba — she loves Salsa dancing...
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NEWS: UPDATE FROM DOE PAORO

My new record “After” is officially out next Friday, September 25th but is streaming on Noisey now! Thrilled to finally share it! In case you missed it, I released a new version of “Hypotheticals” on Flaunt earlier this week as well. I’ll be on tour later this fall in support of my new...
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NEWS: AN UPDATE FROM STARS RE: TOUR DATES AND NEW EP

  hello darlings well, that happened. summer is over, school is back, and there’s that familiar feeling as the nights grow longer that we missed the chance to be who we might have been. sounds like time for a stars show, don’t you think? we’re around this fall, and we would love to...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: LANA DEL REY: HONEYMOON

It seems like we’ve lived with Lana Del Rey’s music forever. Yet, Born To Die, her official debut as Lana Del Rey, only arrived in January of 2012. Ever since then, though, she’s been a constant source of music. There was November 2012’s Paradise EP, which was eight songs long, currently considered a...
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