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Music Review: “Rollercoaster” by Bleachers

December 2, 2014

Even as winter approaches, the warm sense of nostalgia and intense energy in Bleachers’ latest single, “Rollercoaster,” are bound to transport you back to your favorite summer memories. Bleachers is the most recent project of […]

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This Week in Music History: Kashmir

November 20, 2014

This week in music history — Nov. 19, 1973, rock band Led Zeppelin began recording the song originally titled “Driving to Kashmir,” which was eventually shortened to “Kashmir” when released as a track on the […]

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Taylor Swift “1989” Review

November 18, 2014

Taylor Swift is back with her fifth studio album “1989” and she’s got a brand new sound that draws from pop, alternative, and rock. Swift doesn’t need much of an introduction. She’s gone from country […]

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Top Ten Covers (That Rival the Originals)

November 13, 2014

Bon Iver: I Can’t Make You Love Me/Nick of Time The piano introduction is beautiful and much simpler than the Bonnie Raitt original. Singer Justin Vernon’s falsetto vocals add so much feeling to this already […]

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Album Review: The Death of Pop — “Fifths”

November 9, 2014

Album Rating: 8/10 The Death of Pop recently released their forthcoming EP “Fifths,” which soon will gain positive recognition in the indie musicsphere. The London-based quintet identifies with dream pop, but coined the genre “janglegaze” […]

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Top 10 Songs to Lift Your Spirits

November 6, 2014

Whether it’s because of a bad grade, a break-up or dreary weather, everyone has a rough day here and there. If you’re ever feeling low, these songs are sure to brighten your outlook and keep […]