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ALBUM REVIEW: Ghost Town ‘The After Party’

High energy and a haunting theme is what you’ll find from electronic rock band Ghost Town’s new album, The After Party, out June 17th. Called an “audio and visual movement ahead of its time” on their Facebook page, as well as said to “[cater] to the young generation of today while keeping true to the underground scene they come from,” The After Party was definitely an interesting album as a first time Ghost Town listener. From what people would call a sort of “emo” sound that the band encompasses, to…

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Riot Fest Announces More Dates

Riot Fest has announced that they will be in Toronto on September 6 and 7, Denver on September 19-21, in addition to the September 12-14 Chicago stop. This year will be the fest’s ten year anniversary. This year’s line up has yet to be announced but past years included Rise Against, Blink 182 and Violent Femmes. Who would you want to see? Personally, I’m dying to see Rise Against on stage since they’ll have a new album coming out later this year. You can buy concert tickets here once sale…

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Listen To New Empire Of The Sun Single “Alive”

Australian electro-pop duo Empire of the Sun has just released the first single “Alive” off their forthcoming album Ice On The Dune, due in June. Give “Alive” a listen and check out where they will be touring after the jump! Please follow and like us:

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Mark McGrath’s ’90s Nostalgia Cruise A Bust

  Sugar Ray singer Mark McGrath was forced to cancel an all-star ’90s rocker cruise due to the recent Carnival Triumph disaster last month. Dubbed the “Mark McGrath and Friends Cruise,” it was set to include iconic ’90s bands such as Gin Blossoms, Spin Doctors, and Smash Mouth. McGrath apologized on Twitter, while also revealing that he has just recently gotten into Mad Men.(Maybe if he wasn’t stuck in the ’90s he would have heard about the AMC show a few years back.) Please follow and like us:

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