Upset: She’s Gone

Fronted by Ali Koehler, the three-piece female rock trio Upset debuted with their power-punk release, She’s Gone. Opening up with the minute and a half track “Back To School,” She’s Gone reaches out to fans of the original simplistic punk-driven melodies. With 12 songs in 30 minutes, the cuts …

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Interview with Watain: On The Hunt

Welcome into the world of Watain, where the spiritual essence of the underworld meets instrumental precision. This black metal band from Sweden gained notoriety from their crisp sound powering out heavy messages of death, sacrifice, the underworld and pretty much everything else your parents might question. Following the release of …

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Interview with Finch: What It Is To Burn – How Nostalgia Ignited Finch’s Final Reunion Tour

Sometimes it can feel like you’re the only person who gets truly freaked out by how quickly time passes. One second you’re contently listening to your favorite album through an ever-stylish Walkman and before you can blink, over a decade has flashed by and now there’s an overwhelming amount of …

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Starland Ballroom Rocks On Throughout The Fall – A Look At The Venue’s October Shows

Continuing to bring both local and national acts to the Sayreville stage, the Starland Ballroom is packed throughout the month of October. Listed are the shows to look forward to in the next couple of weeks. Keep an eye out for more concert updates from The Aquarian Weekly.

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The Aquarian Weekly’s Fall Concert Guide: 25 Can’t-Miss Shows

As if there weren’t enough reasons to love fall, it’s time for bands to kick off another round of touring. From the smaller shows to big name acts, to cover bands and artists you weren’t even sure were still around, The Aquarian Weekly has your ultimate fall concert guide. Here …

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Book Review: Cooking Your Way To Gorgeous by Scott-Vincent Borba

For those interested in becoming a “Beauty Foodie,” Scott-Vincent Borba explains what to eat in order to make you beautiful from the inside out. In his new book, Cooking Your Way To Gorgeous, Borba offers tips, guidelines and recipes that you can eat and some that you can even …

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The It*Men: Greatest Its Vol. 1 and Vol. 2

Party grunge-punks The It*Men released their remastered 2004 record, Greatest Its, with an additional six tracks onto a double-disc set, Greatest Its, Vol. 1 and Greatest Its, Vol. 2, this past June. Like something straight out of This Is Spinal Tap, The It*Men fabricated a long rock …

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Wild Rompit: Spirit Moves

Emerging from Philly’s college music scene, Wild Rompit followed their 2011 EP Brotherhood with the release of Spirit Moves, a record that captures careful precision in production quality, songwriting and overall cohesiveness from start to finish. Riding on their gritty indie rock sound, Spirit Moves exhibits influences of smooth …

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Back With A Bang: September Shows At The Starland Ballroom

Come this fall, it will be exactly one year since Hurricane Sandy invaded our coast. One year since homes and businesses where people built their lives around were swept with the tide of the powerful storm. We all felt the overwhelming impact of the destruction, some more than others, but …

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Brick + Mortar: Bangs

Visionary duo Brick + Mortar illustrate a fresh creative direction on their new EP, Bangs. Following 7 Years In The Mystic Room, the band kicks their complex electro indie rock sound up a notch through carefully crafting and layering their own music. As a result, Bangs stands out …

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