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SHOW REVIEW: Boston Calling, September

In its second triumph, Boston Calling has returned to dazzle music fans with a lavish mix of indie rock, hip-hop, EDM, and everything in between in a two-day takeover of City Hall Plaza. As I enter the grounds, the setup is already worlds better than it was this past May. The process is quick, easy, and painless, with the added perk of a separate entrance for media and a setup that puts the two stages directly across from each other, allowing fans to easily migrate from one to the next without…

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Blur’s Alex James Makes Film Directing Debut

While visiting LA for Coachella Music Festival last month, Blur frontman, Alex James directed a short film that he is calling “Life Is Short.” James made the film to help promote “Virgin Media Shorts,” a competition that provides underground British filmmakers with the opportunity to have their work shown in theatres as well as online and on TV. The film features a new solo track from James called, “Superordinator.” Speaking of the film, James had this to say: Please follow and like us:

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Album Review: “Dead Language” – Moonlight Bridge

Dead Language by Moonlight Bridge is a moody affair. It relishes in its melancholy atmosphere with slow and dirge-like pianos, soft acoustic guitars and heart-felt vocals by frontman Justin Giles.  Like Latin (itself a dead language) Dead Language seems to come from a forgotten and lost time.  Almost immediately the listener is transported into the backwoods of the Appalachian Mountains. This type of music may no longer be ground-breaking, but like Latin it still proves to be vital. Individual songs don’t jump out from the speakers and scream “instant classic”….

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