Shoreworld: Frankenstein 3000 – Save The Planet

When you listen to music currently offered today, emulation is fairly common. Whether it’s because we’ve come full circle as far as the basic language of music or it’s because there just isn’t much positive subject matter in the world gone mad. But whatever the reason, it doesn’t stop anyone …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Luigi & The Wise Guys, Refused, Modern Life Is War and More

Refused/Bowery Ballroom/June 3, 2015

When Dennis Lyxzén was a teenager in Umeå, Sweden, he listened to hardcore punk. Eventually he convinced a few metal heads to become a hardcore band. Refused formed in 1991 and released three albums before disbanding in 1998. The band reunited in 2012, then split later …

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Maria’s Local Radar: Atlas Bloom

Music lovers, friends, avid readers, we are back. Wednesday is once again upon us, and it’s time to chat music. Just a reminder, if you have any events coming up, new music being released, or just a band you’d like me to hear about, be sure to share your knowledge …

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Rant ‘N’ Roll: One-On-One With Folksinger Tom Chapin

Tom Chapin’s new CD, 70 (Sundance Music), is also his age. It may be his best work. Certainly, it’s his best in years. Heartfelt, warm, satisfying, musically stimulating and vocally friendly, his range of subjects remain personal, universal and political. Nothing new there. He was properly schooled in New York …

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Kam on Film: ‘The Gallows,’ ‘Faith Of Our Fathers,’ and What’s In New Theaters

The Gallows

Warner Brothers Pictures

Rated R for terror and disturbing violence

Harrowing Horror Flick Unfolds At Haunted High School

Back in 1993, a student accidentally died onstage during the opening night performance of “The Gallows,” a macabre play being staged at Beatrice High. The unfortunate understudy, a last-minute replacement …

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Reality Check: Readers’ Responses

JC,

This is when you are at your best, dissecting the political groundswell, finding nuggets in the shift in debates. (ELIZABETH WARREN UNLEASHED – Issue: 5/27/15) Elizabeth Warren is just like you said a kind of outlier for the Democratic Party, but one that is as pertinent to the left …

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Your Guide To The 2015 Vans Warped Tour

America’s largest, longest-running traveling music festival is back. Now in its 21st year, the Vans Warped Tour will feature old favorites like Simple Plan and Black Veil Brides, as well as newer, different bands and genres. Watch for them in Camden’s Susquehanna Bank Center on July 10, Wantagh’s Jones Beach …

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Maria’s Local Radar: An Interview with Mike Kerr of Royal Blood

Local friends and family, man oh man do we have a cool Radar for you this week! Just a short time back, I discovered a duo from the United Kingdom called Royal Blood. Their song “Out Of The Black” kept appearing on little blogs and on my Spotify playlists. Before …

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Shoreworld: Bobby Mahoney And The Seventh Son – The Outskirts

Bobby Mahoney is a songwriter that has managed to create a smart balance of influential salute and independent direction. Often featured in local events including the annual Light Of Day series, Mahoney could have easily chosen the widely traveled “Thunder Road” and settled into the same career comfort that many …

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Rant ‘N’ Roll: Madeleine Peyroux Invokes Ghosts

LONDON, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 20: Madeleine Peyroux performs on stage at Royal Festival Hall as part of the London Jazz Festival 2009 on November 20, 2009 in London, England. (Photo by Andy Sheppard/Redferns) *** Local Caption *** Madeleine Peyroux

BETHLEHEM, PA—The Musikfest Café was never so quiet. Madeleine Peyroux was …

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