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An Interview with Hayley Williams from Paramore: A New Beginning

While driving through England with the guys, Hayley Williams of Paramore took a few minutes to answer some questions. After a long while with no word from the band following the departure of brothers Josh and Zac Farro, they came back harder and stronger than ever. Their music has…

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Paramore @ Susquehanna Bank Center

CAMDEN, NJ—Over the last four years, female-fronted rock group Paramore have barely been above ground. While they released a few singles now and again, the band kept almost entirely quiet. Their hibernation seems to have done some good, as their new self-titled album has taken the rock world by…

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Lovelectric: Receiving A Standing Ovation

Pop Rockers Lovelectric are competing in the upcoming Battle Of The Bands to secure a spot on this year’s coveted Skate And Surf Festival. Since Doug Rockwell formed the group in 2010, originally under the name The Doug Rockwell Band, he’s led the future of Central Jersey’s musical reinvigoration. With…

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Interview with Hit The Lights: Turning The Power Back On

Back in 2006, Hit The Lights’ “Body Bag” was a teenage rock anthem. Fans were singing along to the catchy tune all over the place, and enjoying the live performances on one of the most popular music festivals of our time, Warped Tour. That song, along with many others,…

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An Interview with Yellowcard: Back Where They Belong

After a few years of silence, pop punk band Yellowcard are at it again. It’s been nine years after they hit it big with Ocean Avenue, and in 2012, they’ve made it clear they’re here to stay. Back in 2003, hits such as “Only One,” “Ocean Avenue” and “Empty…

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We Are The Woods: Whales And Roses

This group is far from ordinary. Lead vocalist Jessie Murphy, along with bandmates Marcia Webb and Tyler Beckwith, create a whimsical world of harmonies accompanied by intriguing lyrics. With words so intricate they could be beautiful poems and attractive instruments such as woodwinds and the banjo, this group raises…

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Alex Vans: DJ Booth

Alex Vans, a D.C. troubadour, has released a truly great album. DJ Booth is full of likeable songs. Whether it’s the rock ‘n’ roll guitar or the fluttering synthesizer, his music catches your attention. The first three are undeniably memorable. Your brain is forced to memorize these catchy tunes and…

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Naked Truth: Ouroboros

If you take electric instruments, jazz instruments, rock guitar, and add in some ambient noises and strange programming, what do you get? Well, I can’t say that I know the answer to that. Ouroboros is eclectic, to say the least. Their mixture of modern electric instrumental tunes is quite…

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Chris Forsyth: Kenzo Deluxe


As a music lover, I find it hard to understand Forsyth’s vision for the instrumental record, Kenzo Deluxe. Yes, the ambient guitar thing is super trendy right now, and yes, I get the allure. However, when there aren’t any lyrics, the music has to be emotionally flooring. A certain…

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The Maldives: Muscle For The Wing


The Maldives are a country rock band from Seattle. The good thing about The Maldives are that they’re not confined to a box. They don’t tie themselves down to the country wagon, and it serves them well. The guitar is bluesy rock, the vocals are on the country side,…

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