The Walking Dead (AMC Original Soundtrack) Vol. 2

by Jason Lightner April 16th, 2014
With the fourth season of AMC's incredible zombie drama behind us, fans of Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead have a lot to consider. The season finale left us with an incredible cliffhanger after an episode which even Kirkman himself described as "savage." What will become of our group? What do we have to look forward to in October? Honestly, your guess is as good as mine at this point. As a big fan of the comics, I'm just surprised at how visceral the series has become.

Undoubtedly one of the most incredible aspects of Season 4 was the
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I’m a Weirdo

by J Frazzetta April 14th, 2014 | Featured Artist
During the late 80’s and early 90’s there was a buzz in Britain for many guitar based bands to spill over to America. This phase is often referred to as Britpop and produced plenty of bands like The Stone Roses, Teenage Fanclub, Suede or My Bloody Valentine, but the two that would rule this arena for quite a while were Blur and Oasis.  Plenty of ink was being spilled about their war of words in the public view, but very few
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  • Soundtrack: Frozen
  • 5 Seconds Of Summer:She Looks So Perfect
  • Chevelle:La Gargola
  • Christina Perri:Head Or Heart
  • Shakira:Shakira
  • Dan + Shay:Where It All Began
  • Nickel Creek: A Dotted Line
  • Johnny Cash:Out Among The Stars
  • Pharrell Williams:G I R L
  • Various Artists:Now 49
  • Lake Street Dive, Bad Self Portraits, 2014

    by J Frazzetta April 11th, 2014 | Album Review
    Several weeks ago there was a bit of an uproar in my Facebook feed as a particular Boston based group was going to be playing a song on an episode of the Colbert Report.  A few were very excited to see a longtime local group take a step toward a larger audience, and on the other hand there were those that threw up their hands calling "sellout", since the band would never be as good ever again.  Up until that evening, Avid Reader, I had never heard of Lake Street Dive, so I struck out to a local
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  • Andy Mineo

    by Ronald A. Rowe April 10th, 2014 | Artist Review
    Andy Mineo is an artist on the rise. His latest release, Never Land, came out on January 28th, 2014, just nine months after his breakthrough album, Heroes for Sale. Mineo is currently  with the Roadshow Tour, a multi-artist concert headlined by Skillet and featuring some of the nation’s top Christian artists as well as some lesser-known up and comers.

    Mineo’s path to fame has taken an unusual route. He started out in the business as a teenager. He built his own studio to produce his own music but soon found he could make a lucrative business out of renting it
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