Benjamin Clementine: Cornerstone

Benjamin Clementine is a triple threat from London who’s already made a name for himself overseas. This pianist, singer and songwriter is a big hit in France, where his shows quickly sell out. He has recently been awarded “Best New Artist” from the Victoires de la Musique, the French equivalent …

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Kamelot: Citizen Zero

Kamelot, the symphonic metal ensemble who’s been around since the early ‘90s, is back with a new album. Founded in 1992, the band has released countless albums over the years and toured all over the world. The group is set to debut their newest album, Haven, in May …

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Supercross: Get Dirty

Monster Energy AMA Supercross will be coming to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ on April 25. Supercross, a term created from the phrases Super Bowl and Motocross, is the widely popular motorsport that’s been making its way around the States. The nationwide tour started on Jan. 3 in …

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30 Must-Own Releases For Record Store Day 2015

As spring finally rolls around, there are a few things to be excited for: longer days, warmer weather, and of course, Record Store Day. This year the exciting day when artists rerelease their albums will take place on April 18. RSD is a day to revisit your favorite artists as …

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Vision Fortune: Experimental Vibes

U.K. band Vision Fortune is finally making their way across the pond. Don’t let their album’s name, Country Music, fool you. The record is anything but what you think it is and filled with hazy songs. The lead single “Dry Mouth” is hypnotizing and entrancing yet simple. The group …

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Enter Shikari: Hardcore Meets Trance

Fusing elements of rock and electronic together, Enter Shikari is the British band that defies stereotypical genre boundaries. Formed in 2003, their unique sound is what sets them apart from other acts. This group uses their music to address political issues and hope to inspire their listeners. Their new album, …

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Young Rising Sons: High Hopes

Signed to Interscope Records, Young Rising Sons is an upcoming alternative rock band from Red Bank, New Jersey. Their self-titled EP includes their lead single “High,” which you may have already heard either on the NHL Awards, Fox’s Red Band Society, or ABC’s Selfie. While still relatively new, …

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Electric Wizard: The Heaviest Of Heavy Metal

Electric Wizard, the doom metal band hailing from England, have recently released their latest album, Time To Die. Forming in 1993, this band has more than enough experience and a dedicated following. Previous albums like Dopethrone and Witchcult Today are considered classics in the heavy metal genre. The …

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The Ting Tings: Disco Dynamos

Known for their songs “Shut Up And Let Me Go” and “That’s Not My Name,” British duo The Ting Tings are bringing electronic dance-punk back to the States. Their latest album, Super Critical, is a fun, modern disco-influenced album. Each track is catchy and infectious in its own unique …

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Kat Edmonson: Not Just A Rainy Day Woman

Kat Edmonson, the vintage pop artist from Brooklyn, is no stranger to success. You may have heard her throwback, upbeat sound in several different television shows, commercials and movie soundtracks such as the Tina Fey film Admission. Her new album, The Big Picture, not only showcases her …

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