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And The Nominees For The 2016 APMAs Are…

Every 30 minutes for the past six hours today, Alternative Press has gradually revealed, via Instagram video, this year’s nominees for the Journeys Alternative Press Music Awards fueled by Monster Energy. Set It Off‘s Cody Carson and Jenna McDougall from Tonight Alive were the magazine’s emcees. Leading the charge with nominations are All Time Low, August Burns Red and Sleeping with Sirens, all of whom are in the running for Album of the Year. Want to vote? Click here. Find out who wins on July 18. You can see the full list…

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Of Monsters And Men UK Tour Dates

Of Monsters And Men will embark on a UK tour this autumn (fall, ha), following the release of their second studio album, Beneath The Skin. It is set to come out on June 8, so there will be plenty of time to get learning the words. You can pre-order it on various formats here! The English-speaking Icelandic Indie-Folk five-piece (that’s a mouthful, we know) will also be promoting the release of the new album with show at London’s Forum on June 16. Tickets go on sale Friday May 8 and will be…

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Of Monsters And Men Release New Single, Announce New Album And World Tour

Of Monsters and Men are back, and after releasing little new music since their 2011 album My Head Is An Animal, fans should be more than satisfied with this batch of news. The band has released a brand new single, titled “Crystals”, which you can stream below the jump. The band also announced that the album that they had been working on the last couple of years, untitled until today, would be released June 9th as Beneath The Skin. The band earlier revealed that they had finished recording the album and they…

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5 Montreal Bands You Should Listen To Now

This month marks an important date in the realm of music: the tenth anniversary of Arcade Fire’s Funeral—an album that would go on to define a new era of suburban dwelling and independent rock, while also shining the limelight onto one of the most overlooked and vibrant music scenes in North America. Here’s a list of five up-and-coming Montreal acts you should check out. Please follow and like us:

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5 Songs That Should Have Played At Your Prom

It’s that time of year again. Florists are making corsages, limos are being rented and tuxedos laundered. No, those teenage girls running across town in strapless dresses probably didn’t rob a Macy’s (but maybe they did). It’s just prom season. Even if prom seems like ancient history, some memories can’t be forgotten, no matter how hard you try to repress them. Chances are good that your prom sound track was composed mainly of whatever was playing on the radio at the time. But what would a playlist that actually reflected…

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Music lovers rejoice! Tomorrow marks the third Saturday in April which only means one thing – Record Store Day! If you didn’t know Record Store Day is observed internationally and purpose is to recognize independent record stores still in business. Tomorrow is great day to head to your local store, purchase some sweet vinyls and chat with other fans. Many stores across the US are celebrating with in-store events and performances. Check out the official website here for more information. Now onto our photos of the week! The following photos…

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Boston Calling To Return Memorial Day Weekend 2014

After a tremendous return this past weekend, Boston Calling has announced it will return next year on Memorial Day weekend, May 24 & 25, 2014 at City Hall Plaza. Although a lineup has not been announced, Boston music fans can purchase early bird tickets for $75 per weekend pass beginning September 12 at 10amEST. You can buy concert tickets here.   Please follow and like us:

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PHOTOS: Fitz & The Tantrums

Check out the full online photo gallery from Fitz and the Tantrums’ set on August 25, 2013 after the jump and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. You can read our show review here, and check out their setlist here. All photos by Ryan Scott. Please follow and like us:

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SHOW REVIEW: Fitz & The Tantrums, Pensacola, FL

I don’t exactly remember how it was that I first stumbled upon Fitz and The Tantrums. But what I do know is that ever since that first time hearing them, their name has always lingered around in the chaotic library of music I have built within the confines of my mind. While I never dug too deep into their discography, I had enough sense to know that when I saw the promo poster for their concert at Vinyl Music Hall, I would make it a point to be at this…

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GUEST BLOG: In Defense Of The Rock Duet

The first rock duet I experienced was the epic “Summer Nights,” sung by rebel-turned-romantic Danny Zuko and good-girl-gone-(eventually) bad Sandy Olsson  in the movie Grease. In my 8-year-old mind, Danny was just all right (I found Kenickie’s scrappy-thug vibe much more intriguing) and Rizzo was WAY cooler than Sandy (I’m a natural brunette…and I’m Italian). But that duet had (cue Travolta/Newton-John “oh”) something special, a dreaminess and a longing that even Rizzo’s brassy, indomitable solo couldn’t achieve.  Later, “You’re The One That I Want” had Sandy and Danny at the carnival in…

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