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Nov 20 November 20th Is The Transgender Day of Remembrance, Listen To Zach And Kriegs “Keeping You Alive”
First of all I want tell all of the transgender community how courageous you all are for being emotionally strong […]
Posted 20 November 2014 by Ellie Lowther  Add comment
Nov 20 Ariel Pink Reviews The Top Five Pop Songs
The sleazy misogynist character wants to marry Swift and is in love with Grande, but does he really think anything of all this or is it just a series of bon mots? Does he really like Taylor Swift, or should I read again
Posted 20 November 2014 by Alyson Camus  Add comment
Nov 20 TONIGHT!!! Tunisian Protest Singer Emel Mathlouthi LIVE@365
I am, obviously, quite familiar with Arabic pop and Emel sounds less like Trip Hop goes to Palestine, and more like The Weeknd or maybe I mean Lorde with all the electronica going on, meets Fairuz and it is very very good.
Posted 20 November 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Nov 20 Listen To The Ropes’ ‘Sadness Is the Rich Man’s Drug’
The Ropes are very mysterious and they make intriguing music, on their Facebook page, they pretend to be from Antarctica (although they are really from New York city), they hide behind black hoodies, and play with paradoxical words in the titles of heir songs
Posted 20 November 2014 by Alyson Camus  Add comment
Nov 20 US Top 10 Albums 11-29-14
Now, Tay has reached 2 Million units moved she can await the topple next week when One Direction will take over the top place. In my 1D review earlier this week I claimed 300,000 units would be a hit for the band, it looks like it will be 400K. Plus, Harry is the subject matter of a certain song called “Styles”.
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Nov 20 US Top 10 Singles 11-29-14
It is topped off by Taulor Swift’s masterpiece, quite possibly the song of the. Incidentally, for the first time ever a woman has replaced her # 1 with another # 1.
Posted 20 November 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Nov 20 10 Songs: Thursday, november 20th, 2014
Social Deathplay – XTRMST – If you never much cared for AFI, don’t let that put you off this loud and rowdy metalcore band, I mean who doesn’t want to scream “antisocial” in the world’s face and be paid for it – B+
Posted 20 November 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Nov 19 Misty Huerta, rock nyc Writer Edward’s Wife, Passes On
It was with great sorrow that rock nyc learnt of Misty Huerta’s passing on Tuesday, November 18th, 2014, at the age of 40. The love of our writer, not to mention artist and Rockwood drummer, Edward Huerta’s life, she had been ill for six months and finally succumbed
Posted 19 November 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Nov 19 Glyn Johns At High Fidelity, Sunday November 16th 2014
this guy has recorded with about everybody in the music business, from The Rolling Stones to the Who, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Led Zeppelin, the Eagles, The Beatles, the Kinks, the Clash,… basically there is a great chance that the classic song stuck in your head right now, was recorded by Glyn.
Posted 19 November 2014 by Alyson Camus  Add comment
Nov 19 Lucinda Williams At Beacon Theatre, Monday, November 17th, 2014, Reviewed
Williams might not be the frontperson to pull out a set by pure willpower, but she has been doing it long enough to know how to construct a set and she constructed this one so cleverly it freed her all the way. At the Beacon Theatre Williams performed a very good two hours of Americana
Posted 19 November 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Nov 19 Bruce Springsteen Sells Live CDs (MP4s Now) Effective December 1st, 2014
Just to test run it, and because I wanted to have his cover of “Royals”, I bought the March 1st, 2014 gig in Auckland, New Zealand, and it is exactly as advertised, three hours plus of live Bruce for a tenner, so not bad. The price of lunch!
Posted 19 November 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Nov 19 Billy Brag Thinks That Taylor Swift’s Decision Is ‘A Corporate Power Play’
The Taylor Swift controversy continues, and there’s not a day that passes when Taylor and her decision to remove her […]
Posted 19 November 2014 by Alyson Camus  Add comment
Nov 19 Must See: Bette Midler, June 2015
Bette is a gay icon. The homosexual culture discovered, nurtured and then set her free. The costumes, the wigs, the uber feminine loudness, are part of a gay culture, and she has been grown it and maintained it.Midler puts on a show.
Posted 19 November 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Nov 19 Singles Going Steady: New Single Releases week Of November 17th, 2014
Third Day Of A Seven Day Binge – Marilyn Manson – Gosh, have I grown accustomed to his voice? This is a terrific brood metal track with a funny smart lyric and groaning moaning no atoning words. What’s not to like? B+
Posted 19 November 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Nov 19 10 Songs: Wednesday, November 19th, 2014
TVOR are back and aiming for the charts and might very well make it with this excellent pop soul track, as catchy as humanly possible. There most crossover song since “Golden Age”. The horn break is one of the best things you’ll hear this year – A-
Posted 19 November 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment

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Jay Z’s Made In America Festival Will Cost $170,000 To Los Angeles

Taxpayers may wind up paying about $170,000 to cover expenses associated with Made in America’, the festival organized in Los Angeles by Jay Z this summer, in parallel with the one happening in Philadelphia… How is this possible? They even had promised us it would make money!

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Spend Your Next 4th Of July With The Foo Fighters?

I am gonna say something a bit mean to Dave, don’t you think it is a bit pompous to hijack this day, because this one has already a big meaning right? Sure the Foo Fighters’ first album came out a 4th of July, but please…

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Odd Future Is Giving Away A BMW At Their Carnival!

Honestly, I had never heard of anything like this, a BMW is some kind of gift for attending a music festival! At best I have received a cardboard fan or a keychain!

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Country Musical Festival June 2015 At Randall’s Island? Great Line Up And Pros Behind It

Still, for a three day show, from June 26th to June 28th, the $225 General Admission and $599 for VIP three day passes sound reasonable to me. The way to go is VIP if you can swing it, it is really a blast to swagger up to the lip of the stage.

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BEDROCKtoberfest Curated By Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Nick Zinner, Saturday September 20th 2014

Bedrock-LA is like Disneyland for musicians, a giant 40,000 square feet music-service facility, located in the heart of Echo Park. And Bedrock has its fest, Bedrocktoberfest, which is a bit premature since we are still in September, but they probably wanted a good reason to sell good German beer

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Taste Of South Lake Pasadena 2014, A Free Food & Music Festival

It’s Pasadena’s largest culinary celebration, a food festival with free music! 25 restaurants are participating with live cooking demos done by celebrity chefs from 11 am to 2 pm, while some LA and international indie bands are scheduled to play from 11 am to 3 pm… Not a bad way to have your Saturday brunch

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How To Choose The Best Toilet At A Music Festival

At the end, these 15-minute of calculus (if you manage to watch the whole thing) will teach you that you simply have to scope out 37% of the toilets to have a good idea of the situation… after 37% you can start accepting the one that is the best so far.

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Made In America Is This Weekend And It Has Not Sold Out!

Summer is not totally over yet, and we still have one festival to go here in Los Angeles, the brand new version of Made in America which will take over downtown LA this weekend… but I am not going because the line up sucks… and I am not the only one!

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