Artists Choose Style over Substance

written by: Charlie Woodman on September 30, 2011

While some classic bands have incorporated ridiculous styles into their on-stage personas the good ones made sure it functioned as an embellishment for their stage act, not something that overshadowed their actual product.

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Black Out Birthday Summah

written by: Tyler Remmert on September 6, 2011

Which song are we talking about, Katy Perry’s “T.G.I.F.” or DOM’s “Happy Birthday Party?”

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Meet The ‘New’ Radio Boss—Same As The Old Radio Boss

written by: Craig Bechtel on August 17, 2011

Now that nobody is selling records, at least not like they used to, in the age of file sharing and music ripping, is it possible that not just alternative music, but all music radio will go extinct as well on the FM dial?

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Taking Back Sunday band portrait

The Ballad Of Adam, John and Jesse

written by: Tyler Remmert on June 28, 2011

Because these three couldn’t keep their personal drama from blatantly filling every pore of their identities, they have become relatable symbols of a movement that prides itself on having feelings—important feelings.

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Clarence Clemons Portrait

Goodbye, Big Man

written by: Tyler Remmert on June 27, 2011

Clarence Clemons was almost more important than Bruce Springsteen himself

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Cloud Listening

written by: Tyler Remmert on June 16, 2011

You no longer own your music and it no longer says anything about you. You are just a traveller in a sea, controlled by a nonexistent bank, somewhere up in the sky.

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