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“Are you an angel,” one audience member asked in the dead silence after humble Irish singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow performed “Red Dust,” his (at the time) unreleased song. I remember two years ago seeing Dublin native, James Vincent McMorrow, play in Milwaukee, WI – the lights were dim and impeccable guitar, piano, and soulful falsetto […]

Unreleased Drake video finds its way online

Drake’s songs are entertaining, his albums are well-thought-out, and his music is great. There’s no questioning any of that, but his music videos can always be better. Last week, Mikael Columbu released the visuals intended for Drake’s song “We’ll Be Fine.” The song is from Drake’s Take Care album, which was released back in 2011. Columbu is known for his […]

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Pharrell’s song “Happy” is the happiest video of all time, and if you don’t feel that way the first couple of hours than just keep watching. The music video is 24-hours long. Yes, 24-hours long. It’s an interactive music video that loops the four minute song over and over for 24 hours. It can be […]

February may have just dumped two feet of snow on Boston, but that’s not all the month has to offer. It’s barely a week in and already there’s tons of great new music to jam to. James Blake’s haunting trance music makes a return to our ears with “Retrograde,” which was accompanied by this delightfully […]

GROUPLOVE has one of the strangest stories I have researched. They are an indie rock band that formed in 2010 within the five friends. Where did they meet? Oh, I don’t know… Crete. Crete, as in Greece, as in not even here. On a commune. They met on a commune and made music. What? But […]

Credits to the title go to my punny boyfriend, who is just as crazy about this band as I am. I’ve got to say that I am disappointed in myself for being a week late with this post. Yes, I wrote about Kimbra, my audio fixation for the past couple of months, but my allegiance is always […]

 had her believing it was always something that she’d done. But I don’t wanna live that way, and you shouldn’t either. Kimbra is widely known for her American debut in the Gotye song Somebody That I Used To Know. Now, I am not here to debate whether the song is great or not; I personally […]