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ALBUM REVIEW: The Maine ‘Imaginary Numbers’

The Maine have this wonderful way of illustrating mundane events, or just breathing life into a moment. “Raining In Paris” is the painting hung up in the museum, where all of the colors of this lonely street seem to bounce back at you, almost photo-real, and a lone person walks along. For a moment, you sympathize with this person. Every soft melody of this beautiful track makes the heartbreak real; a love that’s lost, a love that was never had, or even just getting used to being on your own….

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Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeroes “Better Days” Stream, Track List

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes recently released their new single entitled “Better Days.” The new single is not unlike the typical sunshine infused folk anthem that Edward Sharpe has become synonymous with. Reverb infused harmonies, catchy lyrics and a beat you dance to make this perfect for hot summer days. It will be the first song released off of their forthcoming self-titled release out July 23rd on Vagrant Records. You can buy concert tickets and view concert dates here. Head below to listen to “Better Days” and view the track list….

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ALBUM REVIEW: David & Olivia ‘On The Sea’

Setting sail with their debut Night Owl Recorders EP, David Rosales and Olivia May, known simply as David & Olivia, come together to bring us On The Sea, a collection of sad but sweet modern day Americana love songs. Taking no chances straight away, the album begins slow and soft with Rosales’ surprisingly gritty voice declaring that every now and then he could use a friend, akin to the stylings of a “Who’s Loving You” in its classic sounding down-tempo waltz, giving you the feeling of comfort in something familiar,…

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Gerard Way Reflects On ‘Danger Days’

Gerard Way recently reflected on My Chemical Romance’s Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys. Check out what he had to say after the jump and buy concert tickets for New Found Glory’s current tour here! Please follow and like us:

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Feldspar “The Flat and Paper Sky Vol II” Album Review

It takes a lot of balls to have the first song on your EP void of instruments.  “The Flat and Paper Sky” that opens Feldspar’s The Flat and Paper Sky Vol II features just multi-tracked harmonies that wouldn’t feel out of place on a Fleet Foxes album.   It’s a bold move that works, in part because the voices sound angelic. It’s the voice that carries Feldspar.  On the next track “Bright Blue Eyes”, the band amps it up a bit with some bluesy and reverbed guitar.  It’s equal parts Ten-era…

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