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In Review: FRENSHIP EP “Truce” Starts September Off Strong

by Alyssa O'Brenskion September 15, 2016
The unavoidable end of summer does not mean the end of an island sunset electro-pop soundtrack when FRENSHIP has dropped their newest EP this past Friday. Truce is probably a release too catchy for its own good. This musical duo demonstrates a cohesion that lies in ethereal beats, seamless and rhythmic alongside dynamically intense vocals. […]

Ghost Release ‘Square Hammer’ and Announce New EP

by David Gagnonon September 12, 2016
The Swedish occult rockers in Ghost have released a brand new song, “Square Hammer,” which premiered on SiriusXM and can be streamed on The track will be featured on their upcoming EP, ‘Popestar,’ set to come out on Friday. The album will consist mostly of covers, similar to their 2013 EP ‘If You Have […]
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Extend Your Summer Concert Series With Blink-182

by Alyssa O'Brenskion August 30, 2016
The end of summer concert season is rudely approaching. With live outdoor music experiences coming to a close and festivals like Lollapalooza 2016 in the books, it’s easy to get down about back to school and sweater weather. There’s one way to let summer bleed a little into September, and that’s with one of the world’s […]

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Frank Ocean Makes Waves: New Album, Blonde

by Alyssa O'Brenskion August 27, 2016
If you are one of his million patiently impatient fans, you are probably rejoicing. As of Saturday, it is here: Frank Ocean’s long-awaited and highly anticipated sophomore album, Blonde. Vibing strongly on Ocean’s gripping voice and the crafty implementation of social message, Blonde serves as a wonderful step out from his debut album, Channel Orange. Where […]

Metal Albums to Look Forward to in the Fall of 2016

by David Gagnonon August 17, 2016
Summer is wrapping up, and while that may mean that festival season is winding down, it does not mean that there is nothing to look forward to. Over the past year, many bands have been announcing new album releases for the fall and winter months of 2016, giving the fans something to look forward to. […]
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Ne Obliviscaris Perform a Symphony at Reggie’s

by David Gagnonon August 11, 2016
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, I had the pleasure of seeing Ne Obliviscaris open up for Butcher Babies and Cradle of Filth at the House of Blues back in February. An extreme progressive metal band, Ne Obliviscaris’ unique approach to metal managed to get them in the eyes of metal fans all across the world. Their […]

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