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It’s Diet Cig’s party and they’ll cry if they want to

There are few things more exciting than a female-fronted punk duo. New York’s Diet Cig have been around since 2014, but are finally getting up to releasing their first album

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Blakey emits tragic euphoria on ‘Prism of Love’

Silky, synth-heavy ballads have become an overwhelming trend in contemporary music. From Bon Iver’s 22, A Million to Sampha’s critically acclaimed debut album, there’s a noticeable movement from the tradition

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Review: Ed Sheeran’s ‘Divide’ a testament to his raw talent

From the moment Ed Sheeran released the first two singles off his new album, Divide, it was clear that the identity of the album was going to remain unclear until the entire album

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“Red Lipstick Murders” is a solid start for the hard rock trio Seven Day Sleep

On Feb. 20, Seven Day Sleep released their debut single, “Red Lipstick Murders.” This trio is a Los Angeles-based hard rock band, with members from the United States, Switzerland and

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Daisy Jopling mixes violin playing with classical and rock inclinations in ‘Awakening’ [review]

Daisy Jopling has a particular blend of violin playing– mixing classical and rock inclination. On Feb. 3, Daisy Jopling released her eighth album, Awakening. Born in London, Jopling is now

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LANY announce debut album, premiere new single ‘Good Girls’

LANY kicked off a new era today with the announcement of their debut self-titled album, out this summer on Polydor Records. If the lead single “Good Girls” is any indication,

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Lorde is back with electric new single ‘Green Light’

After a grueling three years, New Zealand’s gothic pop princess has finally made her triumphant return with her fluorescent, ambitious new single “Green Light.” Lorde announced the first single off

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Mumford & Sons ‘Live from South Africa: Dust and Thunder’ DVD review

On Feb. 3, Eagle Vision USA released Mumford & Sons’ new concert film, Live from South Africa: Dust and Thunder on DVD and Blu-ray. The set truly shows their versatility

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Review: ‘How Can I Compete’ by the Magic Gang

The Magic Gang are back and better than ever with their latest single, “How Can I Compete,” out now on Yala! Records. Fans of fellow U.K. dream-pop idols like Swim

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Def Leppard ‘And There Will Be a Next Time … Live from Detroit’ Blu-ray review

On Feb. 10, Eagle Rock Entertainment released Def Leppard’s And There Will Be a Next Time … Live from Detroit on Blu-ray/CD and DVD/CD combo packs. While still producing an

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