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Pandora Holiday – New York, NY

If you skipped Pandora’s EPIC holiday party last night, you really missed out. The internet radio station snagged some of the biggest acts in alt-rock – The 1975, Bastille and Bishop Briggs (not pictured) for an incredible show in New York City. Returning to Pier 36, the annual concert was filled to the brim with… Read more »

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The 1975 – New York, NY

Things are only moving forward for The 1975. After the release of their second full-length, I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet So Unaware of It, the British rockers took their live show into the rooms they should have been playing this entire time: arenas. The album, which debuted at no. 1 in… Read more »

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The 1975 – New York, NY

After the release of their new single “Love Me”, the wait for The 1975’s new album felt even longer. But good news – frontman Matty Healy confirmed on stage at Terminal 5 on Friday night that their new record will be out this February. As a teaser, the band played a handful of new songs… Read more »

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The 1975 – New York, NY

It’s been one hell of a year for The 1975, and two sold out shows at New York City’s Terminal 5 is not a bad accomplishment to add to the list. The band has truly proven their worth and continue to wow audiences with songs off their debut record. But fans are definitely itching for… Read more »

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Boston Calling Festival – Boston, MA

Not even thunderstorms could stop Bostonians from swarming City Hall Plaza this weekend for this year’s Boston Calling Festival. Even after a mandatory evacuation around 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, fans stuck around to watch that night’s headliners – Lorde and Childish Gambino – play their delayed sets. Festival goers on Sunday were treated to much… Read more »

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The 1975 – New York, NY

It’s been a slow but steady climb to success for The 1975. The British rockers have made a name for themselves in the U.S. and with each tour, bigger rooms are being filled. Last night, The 1975 – fronted by Matt Healy – sold out Terminal 5 in New York City and awarded fans with… Read more »

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Weekly Album Roundup (September 7, 2013)

Strangers Only – My Ticket Home The self-dubbed “puke rock” Columbus, Ohio, group, Strangers Only, up the ante with a barrage of early 2000s nu-metal, with comparisons to Slipknot and Korn taking hold. With vocals that are more of an urgent salivary spray to the face than any subdued lyricism, Strangers Only are angry and they… Read more »