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Just Passin' Thru with Grouplove

‘Just Passin’ Thru’ Studio Session With Grouplove

Check out some photos from when Grouplove stopped by Sheffield Institute for the Recording Arts for a ‘Just Passin’ Thru’ studio session.

10/02/2013

Grouplove (Photo: Faith-Ann Young)

Grouplove Debuts New Single ‘Ways To Go’

Grouplove return with a brand new single that sounds like the latest contender for summer 2013 anthem status. Tune in and see if “Ways to Go” (off their new forthcoming album ‘Spreading Rumors’) sounds like the band’s next big smash after “Tongue Tied.”

06/10/2013

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Kings Of Leon, Passion Pit, Slightly Stoopid & More To Play Hangout Fest

Kings of Leon have been announced as one of three headliners at the fourth annual Hangout Fest. Held on the Gulf of Mexico in Gulf Shores, Alabama, the festival will be held May 17-19. Hangout […]

02/15/2013

Sleigh Bells' Alexis Krauss (Charley Gallay/Getty Image)

These Leading Ladies Of Rock Will Change Music In 2013

Drummers, trumpet players, guitar heroines – the current class of women in rock go far beyond the traditional sexy lead singer role, although there are a few of those, too. With the advent of 2013, […]

01/08/2013

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Fun.’s Unreleased Song “Sight Of The Sun” Makes The Girls Soundtrack, Listen Now

Though we have to wait another week until Girls returns, you can pick up a copy of the soundtrack tomorrow. Featuring new music from fun., Grouplove and Santigold it’s enough to hold you over until […]

01/08/2013

Photo: Gabriel Olsen

2012’s 10 Must-Have Rock Albums (Plus 16 Good Enough To Download)

While the past few years have seen pop, hip-hop and even country stealing the sonic spotlight, 2012 was the year rock made a triumphant comeback with a slew of essential full-length releases, including an epic […]

12/19/2012

Photo: Gabriel Olsen

2012’s 10 Must-Have Rock Albums (Plus 16 Good Enough To Download)

Perusing the countless rock records that came down the pike in 2012, we’ve sifted through the rest to bring you the year’s ten best full-length releases, including revived ’90s rockers, new school acoustic folk heroes and a bombastic future-rock band from Britain.

12/19/2012

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