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An ironically late analysis of Arcade Fire’s Everything Now album – because great albums take time to process.

If anyone from the band reads this, I hope you like it. Thank you for your music. <3 Oh, and nothing would make me happier than some free tickets to your Denver show next week. 

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The Black Parade is DEAD! Long Live My Chemical Romance.

It’s one of those things in my life I’ll never forget. I was going through a bit of a rough patch when it happened.

I went to quite the working class school, where a lot of my peers were so stereotypical you could easily slot them into labelled boxes and be done with it. 1,572 more words


DIAMOND BLACK release video for debut single 'Sorrow'

UK rock band, Diamond Black (feat. The Sisters Of MercyGuitarist Ben Christo), have released their debut single and music video for the song ‘ 257 more words


#Rocktober Week 1 with Jano Band, Dark Suburbs, In Oath, and Taxi Violence

Last week I teased, this week we’re diving right in.

Obviously, there are some really great African bands you should be listening to, if you haven’t already. 561 more words

The Legacy of the Brill Building Sound

(Brill Building lobby, New York)

When Rock ‘n’ Roll First Grew Up

By Steven Rosen  |  PASTE MAGAZINE / August 30, 2005

When Don McLean’s “American Pie” was released in late 1971, everyone tried to analyze what he meant by “the day the music died.” McLean was likely referring to Feb. 2,254 more words

'Astral Weeks' in Camden Town

If your name isn’t Van Morrison, it takes some kind of courage to tackle Astral Weeks, one of the sacred texts of the late ’60s. 433 more words


RECOMMENDATION: Masseduction by St Vincent (music LP)

So this was my first serious listen to St. Vincent and I did not regret it! This album is part of what I think of as a deliciously unholy trinity with Melodrama by Lorde and Anti by Rihanna. 127 more words