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Review: Bleachers - Gone Now

There is a sharp juxtaposition between the title of Bleachers’ second full-length album Gone Now and its content. In fact, the lyrics across the album’s 12 tracks seem to long for things left behind – safety, familiarity, memories – before slowly drawing us back home. 592 more words


Fun. They Used To Be Better

They Used To Be Better


I first listened to Fun. in Winter of 2010.  Sitting in my college dorm room, I came across the music video for… 350 more words

Aim And Ignite


Today I want to talk with you about the band Fun.

As you probably know, Fun. is a rock band from the United States, consisting of Nate Ruess (lead singer), Jack Antonoff (lead guitarist) and Andrew Dost (multi-instrumentalist). 348 more words



Hey, I’m Douwe.
I’m a 18 years old kid from the Netherlands.
What’s this about, you ask?
Music. I love music. I don’t play an instrument and I can’t sing, but damn, I love music. 417 more words


Song of the Day, kind of

So my “Song of the Day” was going to be Nate Ruess’s tribute to Prince from FestivALTAZ. Because what else could I possibly post on the one-year anniversary of Prince’s passing? 331 more words

Song Of The Day

Anne Hathaway & Jimmy Fallon Sing Translated P!nk, Weeknd Songs

By Rami Abou-Sabe

Anne Hathaway and Jimmy Fallon teamed up on Fallon’s Late Show to butcher chopped up versions of popular hits. For a bit called Google Translate Songs, Fallon had Hathaway sing lyrics that have been translated into a foreign language, and converted back to English. 115 more words


This Is Me At My Darkest

Standing in the middle of a sold out crowd for Underoath’s Farewell Tour on a Friday night in Atlanta in 2013, my cousin Kelsey coughs next to me. 1,450 more words