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ALBUM REVIEW: Glass Animals ‘ZABA’

On June 9th, English band Glass Animals will release their debut album, ZABA, for the world to hear. The unique sound that Glass Animals encompasses – said to be both indie rock and trip hop – is something I find incredibly refreshing, as well as one that is quite challenging to put into words (but don’t worry, I’ll try my best!). With fantastic beats and intriguing lyrics to boot, I absolutely encourage everyone to give Glass Animals’ ZABA a listen. Please follow and like us:

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LIVE REVIEW: First City Festival

The second annual First City Festival in Monterey, California, was the perfect way to close the summer.  The festival gets its name from Monterey’s claim of being the first capital of the Golden State.  In its second year, the festival added a day and became a full on two-day carnival extravaganza. Yet, even though the festival featured an extensive line-up, there was plenty of room in the crowd. Even those of us who usually watch the show from the sidelines were able to find room merely feet away from center stage,…

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We The Kings ‘Summer Fest’ Behind The Scenes Video

Ever wanted to see the behind-the-scenes on a national rock tour? Charles Trippy, bassist for the major rock band, We The Kings, provides viewers with an exclusive look through his YouTube channel, CTFxC. The vlogs, short for video logs, show the band throughout their Summer Fest 2013 tour performing for sold-out crowds all over America at night and playing everyday activities such as wiffle ball during the day. Buy concert tickets here before they’re all sold out. If We The Kings isn’t coming to your city, purchase a CD here…

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Arctic Monkeys “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?” Music Video

British indie-rockers, Arctic Monkeys, have released the third installment from their forthcoming album, AM, in the form of a music video for their song, “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?” The video was directed by Nabil (who has previously done work with Kanye West, Bon Iver, and Frank Ocean) and follows around a drugged up  Alex Turner (Arctic Monkeys’s frontman) as he simultaneously battles with hallucinations and an unsuccessful late night booty call. Watch the trippy music video for “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?” and check…

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