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Rocked: Neon Trees – Pop Psychology

Utah’s pop-rock sensation Neon Trees release their new album and in turn continue what they’ve already been bringing up to the table.  Can Pop Psychology be as upbeat as their wardrobe and hairstyles are? …yes.  It can.   FOLLOW Rocked on Twitter here = http://bit.ly/YZilwb

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Ashley Lewis – Captivated – Review

Ashley Lewis has garnered a lot of interest and support of late. Her new album, Captivated, sees her take on a variety of original songs and standards, accompanying herself on mandolin, along with a cast of great players. From the dobro of Andy Hall, bass from Dennis Crouch, Jimmy Mattingly’s …

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Various Artists – Cure U Roadtrip – Review

CURE International is a large-scale health provider, specialising in reconstructive surgery for disabled children. Cure U is its university program, focusing on connecting students with its activities and message. This Spring, Cure U have been on tour at over 20 colleges, promoting the CURE U Roadtrip, a compilation featuring tracks …

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Echosmith – Talking Dreams

Breaking through the indie-pop music world is American band Echosmith.  From Southern California, this four piece sibling band is making a name for themselves quickly. Causing major notice at the 2013 Vans Warped Tour, Echosmith’s debut album Talking Dreams falls nothing short of perfection. Led by Sydney Sierota on vocals, …

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Tonight Alive: The Other Side Review

Tonight Alive, A band I don’t really listen to, it’s nothing against them I’ve just never have had an affection for female fronts in rock bands. Well after tonight that might have to change. I started listening to this album almost backwards, for some reason my computer opened the last …

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