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Jul 26 Katy Perry At Barclay Center, Friday, July 25th,2014, Reviewed
I went back and saw Katy again because I wanted to know how it ended, how she pulled herself out of her depression and I guess I didn’t get that, like Kanye west’s recent tour it felt like it was hidden in front of me. So I sat back and enjoyed the show and I recommend you do the same.
Posted 26 July 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Jul 26 Joyce Manor At Amoeba, Thursday July 24th 2014, Reviewed
The four Joyce Manor guys took the Amoeba stage in the most casual way, and right away started playing their punk anthems in front of an ecstatic crowd; it’s simple, the bunch of dark-haired girls behind me instantaneously morphed themselves into a choir of chanting-screaming females as soon as the band played the first note
Posted 26 July 2014 by Alyson Camus  Add comment
Jul 26 The Best of the The Kinks – Part 1
My first draft list had 25 entries, but with feedback from experts like Bill Holdship, John Kordosh, Iman Lababedi, Michael Bennett, A.C. Rhodes, and others, the list expanded to 40 and I could have easily included many others (“Powerman,” “Two Sisters,” “God’s Children,” and “Celluloid Heroes” are among the missing)
Posted 26 July 2014 by Steve Crawford  Add comment
Jul 26 Taping Of Jimmy Fallon’s “The Tonight Show”, 30 Rockefeller Center, Thursday, July 24th, 2014, Reviewed
The newly built Tonight Show has that new car smell and state of the art feel, it is all zooming cameras and wood panels and for some reason the audience was gorgeous leggy 20 something girls, who you just know are off to Happy Hour next with a change of clothes in a bag on their shoulder.
Posted 26 July 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Jul 26 Farm Aid 2014 Line UP
The event has released its 2014 line up and surprise!! Jack White is on board. The ghastly man who is the color of milk fed veal will bring his sound to Raleigh North Carolina s Walnut Creek Amphitheater on September 13th.
Posted 26 July 2014 by Helen Bach  Add comment
Jul 26 Sea Wolf At Sayers’ Club, Wednesday July 23rd 2014
a mix of old and new songs and this acoustic setting was perfectly suited for these new ones, whose quiet music could evoke still wilderness, forests covered by untouched snow or calm lakes,… I mean any kind of similar imagery would match Church’s nostalgic soundscape
Posted 26 July 2014 by Alyson Camus  Add comment
Jul 26 Tom Petty And The Heartbreaker’s “Hypnotic Eye” Reviewed
It ends with one of the worst tracks, “Shadow People” -another blues vamp with nothing much happening and another disappointment. when Petty and his band are not on their game they can be astonishingly boring. This isn’t that bad, it isn’t ;s Mojo, but it is missing a big big song to sail in on and in the end it is all a little shrugged filled.
Posted 26 July 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Jul 26 Elton Johns Biopic, In The Works
Lee Hall, whose previous work includes the mega hit Billy Elliot, is the writer of Rocketman and had tons to say to the BBC “I’ve been working on it with Elton for long time. It’s an absolutely huge, crazy technicolor affair,
Posted 26 July 2014 by Helen Bach  Add comment
Jul 26 Woody Allen’s “Magic In The Moonlight” Reviewed
In the mid-1920s, Colin Frith is Stanley Crawford, illusionist extraordinary who goes by the stage name, er, Wei Ling Soo, called to the South of France by a childhood friend and a fellow magician to help debunk clairvoyant Sophie Baker (Emma Stone) only to find he can’t debunk her, and all the years of cynicism and faith begin to be pass and it finds a magic in life again.
Posted 26 July 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Jul 26 Hey, Maybe The MP3 Wars Aren’t Over
The pitch to the vast majority of people is simple: it is the difference between owning your own house and renting your own house. Which would you prefer? If you could make the price palatable people would absolutely go back to buying, and a buying music ublic is the best thing possible for musicians.
Posted 26 July 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Jul 26 10 Songs: Saturday, July 26th, 2014
Come Get It Babe – Pharrell – The live version off the Spring Session from Webster Hall and it sounds very good indeed, saving the track from deep album obscurity plus the “heys” now sound like a Williams tic but a good tic (it is all over “Blurred Lines” as well) and the track isn’t hip hop -not even the production, it is funk – A-
Posted 26 July 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Jul 25 Action Bronson, Ab Soul, Danny Brown At Best Buy, Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014, Reviewed
t is 11pm on a Wednesday night at Best Buy and while it doesn’t say “Sold Out” for the third annual Peter Palooza, I have never seen the club busier. Peter Palooza is Hut 97′s Sunday night new rap DJ Peter Rosenberg and the birthday celebration is his, but the people want Action Bronson.
Posted 25 July 2014 by Iman Lababedi  Add comment
Jul 25 Oliver Sykes of Bring Me The Horizon Addiction Admission
Alternative Press Magazine Music Awards was the stage in which Sykes decided to let us in on his addiction. There is something about winning an award that makes people want to spill their beans. We could have done without this but hey it was all for good purpose I suppose
Posted 25 July 2014 by Helen Bach  Add comment
Jul 25 1981 – A+ List
At the # 1 spot, American artist: “Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground,” Willie Nelson. One of Willie’s best – a beautiful lyric of self-less love matched with equally inspiring guitar work. A #1 country hit.
Posted 25 July 2014 by Steve Crawford  Add comment
Jul 25 More Controversy Before Made In America Arrives In Los Angeles
You know how it works, only people who disagree protest, but if Facebook comments can be any indication of the […]
Posted 25 July 2014 by Alyson Camus  Add comment

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