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WATCH: Danny Worsnop, “High”

Danny Worsnop may be busy tearing across stages with his Asking Alexandria bandmates, but he also recently released a solo album despite his busy schedule, titled The Long Road Home.  The first single “Mexico” already received the music video treatment. Now, another cut from the album, “High,” has as well. It is a somber clip that illustrates the song’s theme – having it all and losing it – very well. Check it out after the jump! For more Danny Worsnop, you can purchase a concert ticket here or buy a CD…

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Danny Worsnop Teases New Music

When it comes to Danny Worsnop, there are all kinds of sounds to expect from him. Whether it is a track from his forthcoming solo country album, The Long Road Home, a heavy Asking Alexandria tune, or some hard-rocking We Are Harlot vibes, the man is always bringing new content to the table. Recently, Worsnop posted a sound clip to his Instagram. Captioned with a lone middle finger emoji, the clip is furious, heavy, and energetic. All signs point to this being a preview of an Asking Alexandria tune – after all,…

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PLAYLIST: Axeon Cycling Team

The Axeon Cycling Team is a team for the next generation of cyclists in the world. Our main goal is to develop youth cyclists and get them up to the Pro Tour. In 7 years we have sent 19 riders up to the professional ranks. Our team is comprised of 12 riders all under the age of 23 years old. Being a youth based team, we definitely rely heavily on music to pass the time. Whether we are on the trainer, traveling, or in a long van transfer…music is always…

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News Pop 

WATCH: Taylor Swift “Style” Music Video

Taylor Swift has released a music video for single “Style.”The track is taken from the pop star’s most recent album 1989. Check out the music video below the jump and let us know your thoughts. 1989 was named the best-selling album of 2014, selling 3.66 million copies, despite only being on sale for nine weeks. Earlier this week, Kanye West announced that he and Swift will be heading to the studio to record together. In the meantime, you can purchase a CD here. Taylor is heading out on her 1989 World Tour this May. To check out…

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More 2015 Grammy Performers Announced

Joining Madonna as performing artists for the 2015 Grammy Awards are Ed Sheeran, Ariana Grande, Eric Church, and AC/DC. This little-bit-of-everything lineup features multiple nominees in categories including best album, best country song, and more. The Grammys will air on CBS on February 8th. Who are you excited to see perform at the Grammys this year? Are you going to be tuning in to the show this year? If you are looking to hear more from any of these artists, You can purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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REVIEW: Kyle Cox “The Plan, The Mess”

“I Ain’t Been Lonely, Until I Met You” kicks off Kyle Cox’s The Plan, The Mess, and is, quite admittedly, a perfect love song. The track tells the story of someone who has been stone-hearted and not needed anybody else until they meet this one person that really brings everything into perspective. With folksy, country edge, this will charm the socks off of anyone that listens to it (see also “Never Looking Back”). Guaranteed. Gentlemen, please take notes: this is what your girlfriend wants to hear. If you’re looking for…

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Madden Brothers ‘Greetings From California…”

If you are looking for the Good Charlotte sound, you will not find it in this journey through the beach cities of California. Joel and Benji Madden leave their beloved pop punk sound behind. Instead embracing alternative rock, country and pop. Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: Nick Santino ‘Big Skies’

Nick Santino exhibits a strong sense of musicianship in his debut LP album Big Skies. On the one hand he has a few songs on the album that share the pop-rock sensibility of his former band, A Rocket to the Moon. On the other hand, towards the middle of the album, his arrangement displays more of a country- western sound. Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Golden Sounds ‘Waiting On The Birds’

Music from The Golden Sounds is just exactly what you believe it would be based on their name: golden melodies and tunes in unique combinations that have the potential to almost play with your emotions. Fortunately for all us indie fans, these Nashville musicians recently released what is actually their fifth full-length album, Waiting On The Birds. Their sound has been called dream pop or “walking the line between lo-fi and a lush band feel,” but despite being compared to the stylings of The Flaming Lips, Iron and Wine, and…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Conor Oberst ‘Upside Down Mountain’

I’ll just come right out and say it: I have never listened to Bright Eyes before. *Gasp!* I know, what kind of music fan am I, right?! Before this year, I had no idea what kind of music Bright Eyes played or who Conor Oberst was, but to redeem myself, I had heard of both. With the release of the Bright Eyes frontman’s new solo album, I took the opportunity to finally grace my ears with the magnificent voice of Conor Oberst. And as I expected, I was not disappointed…

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