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Friendly Fires: A Reason To Dance

Indie-dance band Friendly Fires has been lighting up dance floors all over the world. Believe it or not, the trio responsible for creating melodic-electro hits “Jump In The Pool,” “Skeleton Boy” and “Paris” in ...
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Dead To Me: Three’s Company

For the fans of Dead To Me, Off With Their Heads and Riverboat Gamblers, it is now your chance to grab a special, limited time seven-inch colored vinyl only available on the Dead To Me Tour. The three-song viny...
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Brighton Bar: Party Time

Bruce Springsteen, Chris Vrenna of Marilyn Manson and Three Doors Down have all performed at Brighton Bar and now your band can too. Brighton Bar will be offering two new weekly events that will take part every...

Band Of Beards: Fuerteventura

Unsure of where they are going or what they will do next is the Band Of Beards, reaching out from Trenton, diving into the hearts of beard enthusiasts with Fuerteventura. The eight-track record begins with ...
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Marissa Nadler: Dreamy Estate

Marissa Nadler, dropped her self-titled album last month from her own Box of Cedar Records. Her recordings were financed with help from Kickstarter, a campaign that enables fans to donate money to an artist to ...

Dropkick Murphys: Rowdy Hooligans

Dropkick Murphys are on the road supporting their newest release, Going Out In Style, which debuted number six on the Billboard 200, their highest charting debut to date. The album kicks leprechaun arse with th...

ZZ Top: Live In Germany 1980

In April 1980, ZZ Top packed up their Texas-shaped stage, embarking on their first ever European tour. The band was filmed live for their very first night performing for the German music television show Roc...

Diamond Rings: Special Affections

Since being a member of the Canadian indie rock quartet The D’Urbervilles, lead singer John O’Regan decided in the summer of 2008 it was time to create his own project: Diamond Rings. In the fall of 2010, M...

Bad Company: Live At Wembley DVD

The show begins with flashing red strobes as blue lights beam in the background. White LEDs that spell out “Bad Co” vertically shine on the video wall, as members of the band take the stage and start playin...