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#NewMusicAlert – New Music Picks on Spotify to Get You Through The Weekend

Follow our Curated #NewMusicAlert Spotify playlist and play us on shuffle! We introduce high quality unsigned artists to listeners alongside major acts. #NewMusicAlert focuses on Pop Music, Hip Hop Music, Alternative Music, EDM Music, Metal Music and Experimental Music.   1 Quartered – Russian Circles 2 Psycho – slowthai 3 Best Life – Danny Brown...

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Iggy Pop: Live Free or Die

Iggy Pop once again brandishes his freedom on his eighteenth album with the help of mystic maestros Noveller and Leron Thomas.   Iggy Pop. What can be said about this enigmatic agent of id that hasn’t been said before? If you don’t know of his background, catalog, and litany of outlandish and infamous appearances, this...

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PUNK Docuseries on EPIX

Is the new “PUNK” TV Series Worth Watching? YES. If You Get Punk.

For someone like myself who grew up with a healthy respect and understanding, affinity even, with punk music, the inclusivity of punk scenes, the roaring passion from the artists, their fearlessness in performance, intelligence in expression, birthing of social movements, the wild, charismatic characters…it was a thrill to hear the words and see footage of...

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From ‘Chocolate Chip Trip’ to ‘Babushka Boi’, the Best New Music this Weekend

New releases on Spotify this week (and other recents): Tool – Fear Inoculum Prog Metal quartet Tool return, surprisingly to some, in fine form on new album ‘Fear Inoculum’. Read our review here and listen below. IGGY POP – Sonali Dark, ambient tune from Iggy’s new album ‘Freedom’. METZ – I’m a Bug Wondrous oddity...

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5 of the Year’s Best Albums

2016 was a huge year for new music. Mainstream headliners like Red Hot Chili Peppers, Wilco, Blink 182, Green Day and Metallica returned for another gasp. Years-in-hype releases from Radiohead, Kanye West, Solange, Frank Ocean and Drake finally came forward. Neil Young put out two albums while Iggy Pop, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie and...

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Iggy Pop Sweats & Burns on Post Pop Depression

Iggy Pop is the last old gnarled tree standing in the empty field of rock and roll. The flesh on his bones splits like aging oak. His low-lying bellow comes deep from the root. Last month Pop released Post Pop Depression, his seventeenth album. On it he teams up with Josh Homme from Queens of the...

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Iggy And The Stooges Release Fun But Mixed Offering With “Ready To Die”

Iggy and the Stooges “Ready to Die” has to be one of the most anticipated rock releases of 2013, and the reuniting of Iggy Pop and guitarist James Williamson has been much talked about. The album is meant to be more of a snapshot for where the group is right now as opposed to any...

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Rick Shaffer delivers near perfect rock album with “Idiot Flats”

As a lifelong rock n’ roll fan, I can honestly say that I’ve explored and re-explored a wide range of what the genre has to offer. Coming across the work of Rick Shaffer recently, though, made me wonder if I’ve really been paying close enough attention. His new CD “Idiot Flats” is a joyous mix...

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