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STREAM: Ed Sheeran “Don’t”

Remember how in this post we predicted we were listening to a snippet of one of Ed Sheeran’s new songs called “Don’t” which was featured in the new Beats commercial? Seems like we were right. Ed released the new track on YouTube today. Check it out after the jump! The track is from his sophomore album x (pronounced multiply). It’s set to be released on June 23. Are you convinced to buy it yet? Ed’s been showing us a different side than what we’re used to. First with “Sing” now with “Don’t” and…

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WATCH: Ed Sheeran Debuts New Single In Beats By Dre Commercial

You can find Ed Sheeran starring in a Beats by Dre ad, but the real star just might be his new single “Don’t.” The song depicts a relationship gone wrong due to infidelity, and according to Sheeran it’s true. The song can be found on the Brit’s upcoming album ‘x.’ You can purchase a CD here and buy concert tickets here. Be sure to check out the advert after the jump! Please follow and like us:

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PHOTOS OF THE WEEK #26 + Streaming Platforms Chart

Get your warm weather playlists ready because Spring has sprung! Why not start off the season with a new way discover music? Have you tried Pandora and Spotify but are still not in love with your listening experience? TIME has written and article, and provided a chart (seen after the jump), that compares the info you may take into consideration when joining a new streaming service. Join the conversation and tell us your go-to streaming platform in the comments below. Now onto our photos of the week…If you missed last…

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Information Society's 'Land of the Blind' album Album Reviews Indie News Reviews Rock 

ALBUM REVIEW: Information Society ‘Land of the Blind’

Information Society’s new EP, Land of the Blind, is unlike anything out there. How, you might ask? Well, do you know of any other 6-song album that is essentially multiple different versions of the same song? Land of the Blind marks the reunion of the original Information Society founding members (from 1982), and with an album like this, it looks like they’re taking things slow to get back into the swing of things. Land of the Blind was released March 4, and  is, however, meant to be a teaser for…

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Album Review: The Material ‘Everything I Want to Say’

In an industry that is, truthfully, dominated by males, it’s always fun to come across a girl-fronted band. Often when that happens, there are comparisons to Hayley Williams of Paramore, Amy Lee of Evanescence, et cetera. While comparisons as such are never a bad thing, no one could do that to The Material or its powerhouse vocalist Colleen D’Agostino. The band has a sound all t Please follow and like us:

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Album Review: The Bronx ‘The Bronx (IV)’

The Bronx’s new album IV blurs the line between later era punk and metal. Each track is filled with serious lyrics that reflect on the chaos that exists in the world today. The lyrics are simple and catchy, but they also tell a story much like the rest of their discography, where each of their albums is named in chronological order. Paired with catchy backdrops, each track is re-defined from the one before it, and is just the right length, ripe with fast paced chords and beats that make you…

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Album Review: The Swellers “Running Out Of Places To Go”

Do The Swellers ever disappoint? Once you’ve had the chance to listen to their latest EP, Running Out Of Places To Go, you’ll be able to answer that pretty quickly. Never. With attention spans diminishing, and the industry getting tighter, strong openings are everything. So when The Swellers dive into their EP, paving the path for the catchy beats and powerful vocals of “Hands,” I’m hooked. In truth, the rest of the EP follows suit, as The Swellers fly through one memorable track after another. While “Making Waves” brings me…

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