The Maine: Getting Nostalgic for the Now

The past and the present are colliding on The Maine’s current Modern Nostalgia Tour. Featuring the Arizona quintet playing their last two albums–2015’s, American Candy, and 2017’s, Lovely Little Lonely–top-to-bottom and back-to-back each night, the band is in unchartered territory.

Despite having been a band for the course …

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DREAMERS: Living the Dream

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Showcasing a unique blend of pop, indie and rock, DREAMERS have got their heads in the clouds, and it’s easy to see why. Since their conception three years ago, the trio–Nick Wold, Marc Nelson, and Jacob Lee Wick–have been on an upward trajectory: playing coveted music festivals, releasing their …

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Old Dominion: Empire High

For the past few years, Old Dominion has been taking the country world by storm. Their immediate success is telling of how relevant their music has been and will continue to be. With their carefree, sweet, pop instrumentals and relatable lyrics–often about love and life–the band is really hard not …

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Inked Out Names Geoff Horn (Horisaru) Artist of the Year

Geoff Horn (Horisaru) – Hole In The Sky Tatto Parlor
Woodland Park, NJ

  In 2011, I visited a brand new shop in Woodland Park, NJ called Hole In The Sky Tattoo Parlor owned by artist Geoff Horn. Since 2011, Horisaru’s shop has really flourished and his client list is through …

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Fall Out Boy: The Last Of The Real Ones

2017 has proven to be a big year for Fall Out Boy. Not only did they release “Young and Menace,” “Champion” and “Last Of The Real Ones,” but they are also heading out on tour ahead of the release of their seventh studio album, MANIA, which was (as you …

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Ian Anderson: Jethro Tull’s Early Beginnings And New Starts

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There was hardly any rock ‘n’ roll on Jethro Tull’s 1968, This Was, debut. Filled as it was with jazz and blues led by eccentric and multi-faceted, Ian Anderson, who would hop on one leg and spew out the Bach as readily as the rock. …

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Inside The “Cult Of Chucky”

Believe it or not, the Child’s Play franchise turns 30 next year and the seventh movie, Cult Of Chucky, has been unleashed on the masses. This time out, a grown up Andy Barclay (Alex Vincent, star of the first two films) lives in isolation with the severed living head …

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The Ultimate Halloween Playlist

The AQ Staff have compiled the ultimate Halloween playlist to blast this Halloween and experience all its creepy pleasures. Use it as a guideline when sorting your own, or listen to our extended version on Spotify through our site’s homepage!

  1. This Is Halloween – Marilyn Manson
  2. (Don’t Fear) The Reaper
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Geena Renee: Don’t Leave Me Here

As kids, we all have lists of things we want to be when we grow up: a doctor, a teacher, a singer. But as we age and interests change, few children end up following through on these childhood dreams. Yet since Geena Renee picked up a violin at the age …

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Kiersey Clemons: Alive and Kiersey!

One of the most respected young entertainers around, actress/musician Kiersey Clemons, has quickly become known for her versatility as well as her captivating screen presence. The in-demand actress has five films releasing over 2017 and 2018, and recently made headlines by landing the coveted female lead opposite Ezra Miller in …

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