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Forever the Sickest Kids’ ‘J.A.C.K.’

Forever the Sickest Kids (FTSK), a pop punk quartet, has released their third album, “J.A.C.K.” on June 25. This was their first album off of Fearless Records. It is what

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Noah and the Whale’s ‘Heart of Nowhere’

London-based Noah and the Whale are known for switching up their style every now and again. In four albums, the band has evolved from modern folk, to upbeat pseudo-electronic and

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Forever the Sickest Kids’ ‘J.A.C.K.’ album review

Forever the Sickest Kids’ album J.A.C.K lets fans know that after experimenting with different sounds and themes they finally defined their pop-punk sound. FTSK released their first album Underdog Alma

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The Neighbourhood ‘West Coast’ and ‘No Grey’

With their debut album I Love You, The Neighbourhood has reached success on the Billboard Alternative list with the song “Sweater Weather.” Their album follows up two EPs called Thank

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Mucca Pazza’s ‘Safety Fifth’ album review [video]

Mucca Pazza’s Safety Fifth is a delightful combination of spunky brass instruments and punk rock attitude is ideal revenge for band nerds everywhere. The self-described “30-piece Circus Punk Marching band”

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Hanson’s ‘Anthem’

All-Around Good Record Holds Up

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Demi Lovato releases ‘Made in the USA’

Demi Lovato has released yet another single off of her album, Demi. Lovato’s single, “Made in the USA,” is showcasing Lovato’s new musical sound. “Made in the USA,” takes the

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Attila’s “About That Life”

Attila will release their fifth album, “About That Life” off of Artery Recordings Tuesday June 25. The five-member metal band from Atlanta, GA, is currently streaming the album on YouTube

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Kelly Rowland’s ‘Talk a Good Game’

After premiering “Dirty Laundry,” a personal song that made headlines, Kelly Rowland had more to say in her new album, Talk A Good Game, just not as deep and emotional

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Jagwar Ma’s ‘Howlin’

In their first album, Howlin, Jagwar Ma, a duo from Australia, experiments with odd noises and electronic ambiances that slow down and lose quality halfway through the album. The lyrics

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