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Wild & Free – A Rocket To The Moon

Switching genres is always a risky move, especially for an established band. Fans of A Rocket to the Moon’s 2009 release On Your Side, their catchy (almost painfully cutesy) looking-for-the-right-girl pop-rock album, may wonder why the guys decided to trade in their complementary Warped Tour Vans sneakers for cowboy boots.

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VH1 You Oughta Know Tour – New York, NY

Ed Sheeran brought his talent to Terminal 5 in New York City for a sold out show this past Friday night. Ed played a 14 song set, including Lego House, The A Team and more! Opening up for the British star was Selah Sue and Passenger. Check out some photos from the concert!

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North – Matchbox Twenty

We all remember the good old days when Matchbox Twenty meant classic ’90s post-grunge complete with throaty lyrics and long, stressed vowels. But let’s face it — it’s not the ’90s anymore. When we heard Matchbox Twenty are making another go of it after a second hiatus in 2007, and who could forget Rob Thomas’… Read more »

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The Papercut Chronicles II – Gym Class Heroes

In a day and age where bands like My Chemical Romance are going full-on ’05 “The Bravery” style discopop, it’s interesting to see the varying directions being taken by the bands from the former frontline of teen music culture. Some bands, and indeed, pop acts (I’m looking at you, B.E.P.) have fully embraced the chic stylistic wrappings… Read more »