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The compact disc has been with us since the early 1980’s, and were originally only used for storage and playback of audio. Later they evolved to also store data, but they didn’t start to have major mainstream adoption by consumers until the early 1990’s. It was the CD that marked the dawn of the digital […]

Live Show Review: Memoryhouse

Review and Photos by special guest correspondent Jon Kopecky   Every now and then a concert gets announced that creates so much personal anticipation and excitement that I can barely wait until the day of show. Granted I have a slight obsession and dedicated passion to seeing live music, I still enjoy the thrill of […]

Interview: The Lonely Forest

Washington based The Lonely Forest recently got a chance to tour with Seattle’s Minus The Bear. They have also toured with Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, Margot & The Nuclear So and So’s, and of course there’s that infamous connection with Death Cab For Cutie. The 4 piece are from Anacortes, not Aberdeen, but […]

Sunday’s Best: Deftones

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.

Video Of The Week: Blip Blip Bleep “Freak You Out”

Blip Blip Bleep is a Brooklyn-based electro-pop trio. Founded by New York native Sean Han (guitar/synth/vocals/Ableton Live), Brooklyn-based electro-pop outfit Blip Blip Bleep (BBB) has made a name for itself by consistently delivering catchy hooks, intelligent songwriting and for making audiences dance. Over time the group has grown to include Kayce McGehee (synth/vocals) and Jojo […]

Music Emissions Exclusive: Blake Anderson Interview

Our FFF coverage continues. Thanks to Twitter, we knew that television star Blake Anderson would be attending the fest in Austin. We originally thought he would only be present Sunday to see Slayer until we spotted him walking around Friday. Comedy Central‘s hit show Workalcoholics‘ has been a trendsetter, and we are big fans. I […]

Fun Fun Fun Fest 2011 Day 3

FFF is officially wrapped up. What an unbelievably incredible weekend! You can read about yesterday here. The fest, in it’s sixth year, may have reached perfection. It’s got the right size crowds, one of the most diverse line ups, and hasn’t yet sold out to the corporate man yet. As we made the 3 hour […]

Fun Fun Fun Fest 2011 Day 2

Day 2 of FFF is a wrap, and we are exhausted.  You can read about it here. Lucky for us we get an extra hour of sleep with the time change tonight, we are in desperate need of it!  We spent nearly 9 hours today watching 15 acts.  Nearly everyone was talking about the Danzig […]

Fun Fun Fun Fest 2011 Day 1, Part 2

The first day of FFF is over–and what a day it was! You can read part 1 here. We took in a total of 11 acts today: Fat Tony, Mind Spiders, Cloud Nothings, Auto Body, Black Milk, Okkervil River, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Passion Pit, Four Tet, Danzig Legacy, and Public Enemy. No, we […]

Fun Fun Fun Fest 2011 Day 1, Part 1

Hey everyone we are live at Fun Fun Fun Fest 2011 in Austin! Day 1 is flying by really fast, so far we have seen 4 shows in a row: Fat Tony (hip hop from Houston), Mind Spiders (punk from Dallas/Ft. Worth), Cloud Nothings, and Black Milk (hip hop from Detroit). We weren’t planning on, […]

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