The Hush Now: Shiver Me Starships

While listening to Boston troupe The Hush Now, it’s clear they are a band that understands what it takes to make a great album, but don’t quite follow the guidelines. Instead, they make an “okay” album that has...

Of Montreal: False Priest

For their tenth studio album, Of Montreal ventures into the funky and soulful world of R&B wile keeping true to their experimental indie style on False Priest. Leading man Kevin Barnes takes listeners o...

Thieves and Villains: South America

Thieves & Villains have a sense of urgency in exploring musical styles and composition on their second album for Victory Records. Unfortunately, their album begins with flop “16 Hits,” a song which reaches ...
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AM to AM: All Day Every Day

Jon Schmidt and Will Tendy of New York glam pop/rock troupe Morningwood have created new side project AM To AM by adding three more musicians, pounding bass rhythms, peppy harmonies and slamming guitar riffs. A...
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Scissor Sisters: Disco After Dark

Scissor Sisters embody the best of the dance, pop, and rock scenes with their driving synth beats, catchy pop melodies, and Bee Gees-style vocals. The tracks from the quartet’s newest album, Night Work, glitter...
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Hooray For Earth: Organized Chaos

Boston’s Hooray For Earth play contagious and entrancing dance tunes that compare to breakthrough troupes MGMT and Ratatat. The quartet’s newest EP, Momo, is a sporadic concoction of new wave, indie and hip-hop...
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The Maine: Theme Park Rock Show

After opening for fellow pop/rock troupes like All Time Low and Rocket To The Moon for two years, The Maine is embarking on their first headlining tour. With the presumptuous title of “An Evening With the Maine...