Wiretree: Get Up

Get Up is the fourth studio album from Austin-based pop group Wiretree (slated for release July 9), and the first of their records that I’ve had the pleasure of listening to. The band was originally conceived back in 2005, and now includes members Kevin Peroni, Joshua Kaplan, Rachel Peroni, and …

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Eddie Spaghetti: The Value Of Nothing

It’s not easy for a member of a band to try and go solo; it’s even harder to go solo and actually be successful. That’s exactly what Eddie Spaghetti, a member of the Supersuckers rock band, has tried to do with his past three album releases. As the lead …

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Lower: Newcomers

Copenhagen natives Lower will soon be heading to the United States for their first North American tour along with fellow band Iceage. Lower are known for their fresh combination of moody post-punk with the hardcore aspect of 1980s punk. The group’s debut full-length will be out in stores sometime this …

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Lamb Of God: Resurrection

On June 14, The House Of Blues in Atlantic City will host the metal band Lamb Of God for a performance. Lamb Of God released their seventh studio album in 2012, Resolution, and the band is on tour to help support the record. The popular group consists of …

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The Pastels: Light Strokes

Glasgow-based band The Pastels will soon be heading to the Tri-State Area for their first local shows since 1997. The performances will take place a couple of weeks after the release of the group’s newest album, Slow Summits, on May 28. The record includes the lineup of Stephen McRobbie, …

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Lee O’Donnell: Mass Destruction

Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam, the world-famous monster truck series, will be heading to MetLife Stadium next week for an explosive showing. One of those performing will be Lee O’Donnell, a veteran of the sport with over 14 years of experience under his belt, who is best known as …

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Marilyn Manson & Alice Cooper: Masters Of Madness

Madmen Alice Cooper and Marilyn Manson will soon be joining forces for a show during their tour of Pennsylvania. Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Alice Cooper’s most recent album was Welcome 2 My Nightmare, which was released back in 2011. Marilyn Manson’s Born Villain hit store shelves …

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The Von Shakes: Dubliners

Irish indie rock band The Von Shakes will soon be heading across the Atlantic to New York City for an explosive live performance. The Dublin-based group, who have a bit of a punk edge to their rock and roll genre of music, are known for their furious guitar play and …

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Imaginary Cities: A True Metropolis

Following the release of their sophomore album, Fall Of Romance, on May 28, Canadian indie pop band Imaginary Cities will be performing in New York City in celebration of the memorable event. Imaginary Cities was initially conceived as a duet in a club in Winnipeg, when singer Marti Sarbit …

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Slam Dunk: Overtime

Slam Dunk, a Vancouver-based outfit, will soon be heading to New York to host a couple of shows in the area. The group, who have spent the first half of the year on a tour of the West Coast, currently have Welcome To Miami and The Shivers out as …

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