The Young Veins: Take A Vacation!

A name as volatile to the ears of indie pop listeners as “Voldemort” to Harry Potter aficionados, the skinny-tie-wearing brutes of Panic! At The Disco are back. The band’s rebirth comes under the alias The Youn...
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Minus The Bear: Electric Boogaloo

Known for their awesome arrangements and bizarre song names, Minus The Bear has been favorite to many in the indielectronica scene for years. The dueling, funky guitars and electronic drumbeats are the band’s t...
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Miyavi: Oresama in NYC

Japanese pop star Miyavi is coined as a “Samurai guitarist” and has nicknamed himself “Oresama.” He is known for his blend of American-inspired music, drawing from both rock and hip-hop, and traditional Japanes...

Frog Eyes: Paul’s Tomb: A Triumph

While I am still unsure what is meant by its name, I felt like I had a triumph of my own by completing the daunting task of listening to all of Frog Eyes’ newest album. Paul’s Tomb: A Triumph is a nine-song col...
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Alamance: NJ Pop Rock Lives On

As the scene seems to be evolving into one with a focus on indie-folk and ambient post hardcore acts, Alamance aims to bring pop rock back to the mainstream. After gaining popularity by playing with The Jonas B...
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Good Charlotte: Pop Punk Infamy

Whether it’s their notorious history dating Hollywood starlets such as Hilary Duff, Nicole Richie, or Paris Hilton, or their music that makes them famous, Good Charlotte is a band that’s been on the scene for n...

La Roux @ Terminal 5

NEW YORK, NY—Around 8 p.m. the sidewalk outside of Terminal 5 was swarming with bevies of 19-year-old hipster girls and gay men being inspected by security guards before being permitted entrance to the club. “L...

Tigers Jaw @ The Fire

PHILADELPHIA, PA—With six-speed bicycles piled high and chained to every street sign in a two-block radius of the venue, I expected to be packed in, arm in arm with all the Philly hipsters The Fire could hold. ...