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Artist Update: Mac Miller

One of my favorite up and coming indie artists, who I discovered a year ago, is the one and only Mac Miller. The 19 year old Pittsburgh native MC is one of today’s greatest success stories. He is among a crop of this generation’s greatest rising stars, many of whom are under 21. I’m referring […]

Video Of The Week: Gross Magic “Sweetest Touch”

As we get ready to kick off our coverage of CMJ 2011, how could we pick any other video than anything related to CMJ? However, instead of choosing the video of an artist performing there, I chose instead one that can’t. Gross Magic is one of my newest discoveries, and one that I am really […]

Festival Choices: Rare Finds Festival

Thought I’d share for any Aussie readers we may have… Learn more about Rare Finds 2011 or buy Tix

Interview: Unknown Mortal Orchestra

***PARENTAL ADVISORY*** The only musical decade better than the 1960’s or 1970’s is without doubt the 1990’s. I can’t tell you how many people I have talked to, or how many times I have heard: “I wish I had been alive then”, or “the best music was from back then”. What is so amazing about […]

Sunday’s Best: Blink-182

Back in the day, when this place was crawling with forums and chats about random acts of music, we used to poll ourselves. Which album not only set the artist atop of the industry, but stapled them in as musical gods. Vote on all of our Sunday’s Best It’s still hard to believe this trio […]

Honda Civic Tour Review: Blink-182, MCR, Matt & Kim

Photos by Michelle Pelissero Fall is in the air as of late. It’s a time of change, and a time to reflect on past memories. And whether you have just headed back to classes or got back from vacation, the reality of responsibility has set in. Then it’s no wonder so many people decided to […]

Video Of The Week: Stepkids “Wonderfox”

The Stepkids are futuristic electro soul recorded on a reel-to-reel; soaring harmonies sung by three singer/songwriters; Kandinsky-esque visuals that make for enigmatic live performances.   “A lot of what excites us about this band is this band itself,” says bassist and keyboardist Dan Edinberg.   “It’s not either of us; it’s about creating an entity where the […]

Kurt Vile New EP: So Outta Reach

Philadelphia rocker and stoner vibe creator Kurt Vile is scheduled to release a new EP this month called So Outta Reach. This will be a follow up to his highly successful LP Smoke Ring for My Halo, released earlier this year. Listed here are 2 tracks, “Creature“, and “Life’s A Beach“. Also included on the […]

Neon Indian And Kreayshawn On Tour

Dell And Intel Present The First-Ever Noisey.com College Tour Co-Starring Neon Indian And Kreayshawn VICE, in concert with Dell and Intel, is pleased to announce the first-ever Noisey College Tour, a two-week, ten-city music tour co-starring chillwave indie rock darling Neon Indian and video hitmaker/rapper Kreayshawn. Noisey was launched with the mission of creating an […]

Sunday’s Best: Green Day

Back in the day, when this place was crawling with forums and chats about random acts of music, we used to poll ourselves. Which album not only set the artist atop of the industry, but stapled them in as musical gods. Vote on all of our Sunday’s Best It’s still hard to believe this trio […]

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