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Album Review: Born To Die - Lana Del Rey

With a stage name and persona that has come to embody her and all she stands for, Lana Del Rey is much like Halsey – not only does she use a stage name as well, but both singers are mysterious and unique. 507 more words

Album Reviews

Beirut makes sandcastles out of trash in the new video for "Gibraltar" -- watch

Back in June, Beirut released the video for “No No No”, a goofy clip that saw the band use baguettes and skunks as instruments. In the group’s latest visual for “Gibraltar” (also directed by Brother Willis), Zach Condon & co. 49 more words


Matt Rock premieres new single "Gimme a Sign" -- listen

Photo​ ​by​ ​James Pearson​ ​Howes

Matt Rock has all but erased his public identity. Three years ago, he cut himself free of most of what tethered him to others, both professionally and personally. 290 more words

New Music

Tune Of The Day

High By The Beach by QUEEN Lana Del Rey

We’re sinking into the sand.

Album Review: Florence + The Machine - Ceremonials

Florence + The machine is an indie rock band that formed in London in 2007, with the lead singer and her backup musician members: Florence Welch (lead vocals), Isabella Summers (pianist and mixer), Tom Monger (harp), Rob Ackroyd (guitar and strings), Mark Saunders (Bass and drums), and “Rusty” (Keyboard) and Christopher Lloyd-Hayden (drums). 423 more words

Album Reviews

All Boy / All Girl: "Someone" (Song Post)

Earlier this year, I reviewed the debut EP from Brooklyn’s All Boy / All Girl (that EP is called Trophy) and was quite smitten by it. 222 more words

Indie Rock