Review: OK Go’s “Hungry Ghosts”

OK Go is band that changes with every album. For the last decade they've been known primarily for their unique, one-take videos, but their music is also pushing boundaries. On their last album, 2010's Of The Blue Colour Of The Sky, OK Go moved away from the raw sound of Oh No and went instead…

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Review: “Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness”

Andrew McMahon is one of those artists that isn't afraid to reinvent himself. And not just once - he's transformed his sound and moniker a few times now. Early fans were lucky to see him as the pop punk leader in Something Corporate in the early 2000s; a few years later, he unveiled a new…

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Review: Amy Lee’s “Aftermath”

The moment is finally here: Amy Lee has just released her first solo album, Aftermath. The music was written for and inspired by the independent film, War Story, and as such, it is quite the departure from Amy's work with Evanescence. This record shows another side of Amy - a side that isn't afraid to experiment…

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Hear the New Green Day “American Idiot” Tribute Album

Ten years ago, in September 2004, Green Day released one of the biggest albums of the year - and the decade. American Idiot revived Green Day's career and changed the face of rock music in the years that followed. It was an instant classic, and remains an iconic album in rock music ten years later.…

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