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Music I've been Liking *Not on a Monday!*

Since I’ve gone to post this at least 10 times since I started it, I thought I should add this:

This was started a while back, and every time I went back to finish it I would lose steam. 2,699 more words


Angry Orchard Rock the Roots: Sublime w/Rome, Lupe Fiasco, New Politics at the Concord Pavilion

Angry Orchard Rock the Roots: Sublime w/Rome, Lupe Fiasco, New Politics

Aug 04, 2018 Sat 2:00 PM PDT TICKETS

Concord Pavilion in Concord, Ca

Hip Hop Shows

BMW Ad: Get Your Own

In this short film, a man steals a BMW from an unsuspecting victim. He knocks the individual out and puts the guy in the trunk. He then drives off in his vehicle…like he stole it. 17 more words


The Wrecks open up for New Politics Lost in Translation Tour (review, photos, video)

New Politics has devoted fans that hold them up literally.

Covering two concerts in two days in Silver Spring, Maryland; Monday night, I found myself , The Only Black Kid – amongst an audience of 600 headbangers as Danish rock band New Politics played The Fillmore Silver Spring – which has a 3,000 max capacity – in part of their “Lost In Translation” tour which is to promote their latest album release of the same title. 281 more words

Concert Review

Photos: New Politics, Dreamers @ Mod Club

Photos by: Theo Rallis –

Danish alternative rock band New Politics, who released their fourth album, Lost In Translation, on October 6th, 2017 via Warner Bros., which featured the singles “One Of Us”, “CIA”, “Color Green”, “Madeleine”, and “Lifeboat”, performed at the Mod Club in Toronto last night (April 1st) with indie rock band Dreamers, who released their debut album, This Album Does Not Exist, on August 26th, 2016 via Fairfax Recordings.  226 more words


Contest: Win 2 Tickets to New Politics in Toronto!

Date: April 1st – 7pm
Venue: Mod Club
Buy tickets here.

You can enter only once via one of the following entry methods: 182 more words


Music Monday! New Politics: Yeah, Yeah, Yeah

This is my favorite song by this band that is originally from Denmark but is now based in NYC. This is a very catchy, danceable tune. 47 more words

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