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Best Songs of 2013 – Indie, Mindie, Underground & everything in between

2013 is rolling out the door, but before we kiss it goodbye we want to share with you our selections for the best songs of 2013. From mainstream artists such as Queens of the Stone Age and Daft Punk, to underground bands such as Diane Coffee and together Pangea — we’ve come up with a […]

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Mazzy Star Tour Dates Wiltern
Stream Mazzy Star’s New Album, “Seasons of Your Day”

Last week Mazzy Star announced tour dates including a headlining show at the Wiltern on Nov. 7. in celebration of their first album in 17 years,  Seasons of Your Day — out September 24 via their own label, Rhymes of an Hour. Now the entire record is available for your to stream. We’ve already given the album […]

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Stream Mayer Hawthorne’s New Album — Where Does This Door Go

Mayer Hawthorne — Where Does This Door Go The panty-dropping continues with Mayer Hawthorne’s third studio album. The soulful white-boy from Michigan continues to lay down the sexy, nice and thick with his Motown-inspired jams. EXTRA: Guest spots by Kendrick Lamar and Pharrell Williams. Release date: July 16, 2013 via Universal Records Click here to listen […]

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Stream the Entire New Lykke Li Album, Wounded Rhymes

We’re about a week away from the release of Lykke Li’s, new album Wounded Rhymes! The sophomore album to her critically acclaimed debut, Youth Novels, will be released March 1, 2011 via her won label, LL Recordings. Lykke Li also has three Los Angeles shows this March: a sold-out gig at the El Rey Theatre […]

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Them Crooked Vultures to Play Wiltern Theatre in LA!

Hell yeah! I heard they played an epic set at this year’s Austin City Limits, I can only imagine how rockin’ their show’s going to be at the Wiltern Theatre on Tuesday, Nov. 17, the same day as the release of their self-titled debut album. Tickets go on sale to the public on Halloween, Saturday, […]

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Stream The Entire Twilight New Moon Soundtrack!

Although I’m not a huge “Twilight” fan, I did read the first book last year and totally dug it. I even dragged my boyfriend at the time to see the movie. As he fell asleep, I was pretty disappointed in the big feature film. It was in no way as intense of realistic as the […]

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“Rings” by Sean Bones – Album Review

I’m usually not one for reggae. In fact, the closest I ever get to listening to it is some Clash when Strummer was fusing some of his punk tunes with reggae/dub beats. That shit was hot! But every now and then I come across a bit of the genre that tickles my fancy. “Rings” by […]

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“Horehound” by The Dead Weather – Album Review

So much hype over The Dead Weather and their new album “Horehound.” After listening to the album in all its entirety (many times), they have definitely lived up to all the hype and speculation of being the shit! With eleven tracks of shear radness, “Horehound” is killer! Whoever does their mass marketing can take it […]

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“Demonstration EP” by The Honey Brothers – Album Review

I’m usually not down for the “actor turned musician” thing, but in some cases it does tend to work (definitely not with Scarlett Johansson). Check this sweet new band out: The Honey Brothers features “Entourage” star Adrian Grenier on drums! Their new goods titled “Demonstration EP,” has a fun vibe to it with a ukulele […]

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Franz Ferdinand and "Tonight"

Yet another band with its third album underway, the good ole Scots from Glasgow, Franz Ferdinand are coming through with what sounds like an exceptionally hot album:“Tonight.” Set to titillate your ears until your body starts to move and groove, this new album is more dance inspired, than their old rocky predecessors. With their previous […]

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