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WATCH: Mini Mansions “Vertigo” Music Video Feat. Alex Turner (Arctic Monkeys)

A very thin line exists between well done avant garde surrealism and trashy, on the verge of soft core, porn. Mini Mansions almost crossed it, but not quite. The music video for “Vertigo” is like a modern day Un Chien Andalou, if there were topless women throughout the film. Scenes morph into each other and nonsensical acts take place. In an interview, drummer and guitarist. Michael Shuman said that each scene was taken from different types of films creating a video that just kind of exists in time a space….

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LIVE REVIEW: Neon Trees, Smallpools, Nightmare And The Cat Detroit, MI

The Fillmore with its elaborate décor, definitely lends itself to a theatrical show. The Pop Psychology Tour definitely lives up to this. Nightmare and the Cat, the first opening band, completely control the stage. Lead singer Django Stewart, comes out in heeled boots, eyeliner, mascara and glittery eye shadow, making me do a quick double take to make sure David Bowie hasn’t had a second coming. He moves fluidly through each song like a ballet dancer or aerial artist. Both Django and his brother, Samuel Stewart, (guitar) hail from London…

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4 Side Projects That Should Reunite And Make A Comeback

Musicians can be restless souls—uninhibited even by mountains of platinum records and awards. For these individuals, a side project can be the proper outlet to channel one’s overflowing creative energy. While the results vary, side projects can be a wonderful endeavor—offering up a new musical setting for both artists and consumers. Here’s a list of four side projects that should reunite and come back for another go around. Please follow and like us:

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Arctic Monkeys “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?” Music Video

British indie-rockers, Arctic Monkeys, have released the third installment from their forthcoming album, AM, in the form of a music video for their song, “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?” The video was directed by Nabil (who has previously done work with Kanye West, Bon Iver, and Frank Ocean) and follows around a drugged up  Alex Turner (Arctic Monkeys’s frontman) as he simultaneously battles with hallucinations and an unsuccessful late night booty call. Watch the trippy music video for “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?” and check…

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Arctic Monkeys Reveal Artwork For New Album ‘AM’

Arctic Monkeys have revealed the artwork for their new album AM, out September 9th. This will be the fifth studio album from the band. You can purchase a CD here and buy concert tickets here. Check out the album art after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Arctic Monkeys Call Glastonbury “Best Gig Ever”

The Arctic Monkeys recently played the Glastonbury Festival in the UK calling it one of their “best gigs ever.” Alex Turner was quoted in saying “It’s one of the best gigs we’ve ever done. Ever! Just because it’s… Glastonbury. It wasn’t raining, and… it’s Glastonbury!” To watch the show from Glastonbury, and view more of what the band had to say head to after the drop! You can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets HERE! Please follow and like us:

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