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Who Says There’s No Good Music Anymore? Here Are The 50 Best Albums of the 2010’s

Anyone who quips that there’s no good music anymore needs to open up and let it in. Music is more daring, experimental and free than ever, and the artists who fearlessly explore are often rewarded with appreciation from the music loving community. From edgy late-in-life releases like Bowie’s ‘blackstar’ to mind-expanding opuses like Kamasi Washington’s...

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Stream Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’s new Track “The Way It Used to Be” Taken from The Watchmen Soundtrack

Dark ambient soundtrack music’s new dynamic duo, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, have done it again on new composition “The Way It Used to Be”, a beautiful, jazz-soaked number they’ve offered for preview on Youtube. Vinyl collectors take notice, as HBO’s The Watchmen Soundtrack(s) will be available on vinyl very shortly. From Watchmen Episode 6,...

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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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Nine Inch Nails Return With Subtle Power In Hesitation Marks

Trent Reznor’s main vehicle and contribution to the music world, Nine Inch Nails, is back, but not in the form some would expect. The trouble with long-standing acts is often the various groups of fans they attract. To some, only a recreation of the original “Pretty Hate Machine” sound would be acceptable. To others, the...

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The 5 Most Significant Self-Released Albums

The goal at I.M.P. is to pull the quality musicians crawling through the muck of self-promotion up to the surface. With the Internet behemoth at full roar, sharing music, singles, experiments, full albums, is as easy as the click clack of a keyboard. An artist can record something into the head of a microphone, compress...

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Dillinger Escape Plan’s “One Of Us Is The Killer” Lights A Fire Of Inspiration

Dillinger Escape Plan are back with the newly released “One Of Us Is The Killer”, out now via Sumerian Records. They’re a band that continually evolve, and to many, their last outing “Option Paralysis” was about as good as it gets; daring, frantic, and passionate. Well, I’ve listened to the new album about 4 times...

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Oleg Prodeus – The 13 CD Review

Oleg Prodeus is a Vienna based Alternative rock musician/writer/producer with a ton of projects on the go, one of them being his solo rock album “The 13”, which is a collection of moody yet catchy industrial-tinged songs. “Savior” sets a mood similar to Muse and Interpol at the beginning, with Oleg’s very distinctive lead vocal...

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Drop Em City Records Brings The Hard Hitting Beats

Drop Em City Records focus on intense and hard hitting hip hop, dubstep, electronic and industrial music with live freestyle beat production and visual performance art. They’re one of the first collectives to mix industrial and hip hop so well – the tracks I listened to on their website sounded like an exciting blend of...

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