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Jump Clubb (Anonymous Band From Beverly Hills) FREE Mixtape Featuring Passion Pit, Peter Bjorn & John, Wolfmother and More!

There’s a lot of suspense building to the mysterious band Jump Clubb (Anonymous Band From Beverly Hills). Although their not revealing their personalities just yet, they’re putting out some sultry-electro hotness fit to make you fall in love with their debut album “The Love of Dance.” The goods drop Oct. 6, but until then Jump […]

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Jump Clubb (Anonymous Band From Beverly Hills) – Release Title Track The Love Of No Dance

Who the hell is Jump Clubb (Anonymous Band From Beverly Hills)? Not quite sure myself yet, but their new album “The Love of Dance” is sounding all sorts of sexy-electro hotness. The goods drop Oct. 6 so stay tuned for an album review in the coming weeks. Combining dance, disco, and electronic styles with indie […]

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Don't Knock it Till I Rock It! New Album Releases!

This week brings us a slew of fresh tunes. Check out what’s hot and what’s not! “Live From Home” by Shudder to Think Apparently its been more than 20 years since Shudder to Think released their first single. I can honestly say I’ve never listened to this band hailing from the post-hardcore days of punk. […]

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Jump Clubb (Anonymous Band From Beverly Hills)

I’m definitely not a fan of over-privileged kids born with a golden spoon in their mouths who try to become successful (respected) musicians. It’s like Paris Hilton trying to make a name for herself as a pop singer when in reality, all she has to show for is her rich blood and D-grade internet porn. […]

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“Falling” by 2020Soundsystem – Album Review

Drenched with endless trance beats and layers of ambient instrumentation, 2020Soundsystem’s new album “Falling” will either put you under a hypnotic spell of hedonistic bliss, or lay your sweet ass straight to sleep. Considering they’re a live electronic band, I was surprised to hear a small variety of instrumentals in “Falling”. It’s way more mellow […]

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“Red” by Datarock – Album Review

Immediately, the robotic intro of the first track “The Blog” reminds me of a scene in “Revenge of the Nerds.” It’s an interesting song filled with interview samples and fuzzy broadcasts, somewhat an ode to viral marketing and the effects of social media on the music industry. I definitely heard a lil Miami Vice in […]

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Treasure Island Music Festival Night Shows

Going off at the Independent you won’t want to miss these killer Treasure Island Music Festival night shows! Get the party started the Thursday, Oct. 15, before the dance madness ensues with Pretty Lights and DJ Rootz. You can purchase $20 advance tickets or pay $22 day of the event. Close up your Treasure Island […]

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Jay Reatard at Alex’s Bar in Long Beach

If you have yet to hear about Jay Reatard, I highly suggest you get with it. The dude just slays live! Him, his bassist and drummer, all three make for some killer garage punk. The sound’s very reminiscent of mid 70’s punk, performed with enough energy to burn a hole through the roof! Not to […]

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Midnight Juggernauts Drop Highly Anticipated new Album Dystopia

Damn I love Australians! Not only are the Midnight Juggernauts playing Coachella end of this month, but their new album is about to drop on May 27th. However, you can also get it online as early as April 15th. My eldest brother got me into this group and I just can’t seem to get enough […]

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