Issue #46: April 2015

Featuring Keegan Allen, Ciara Bravo, Sam Palladio, Lennon & Maisy, Malese Jow, Love and Theft, Calum Worthy, Joey Graceffa, Amanda Steele, Striking Matches, Frankie Ballard, Alexander Koch, Flor, Rahul Kohli

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    Eyes Wide Open – Sabrina Carpenter

    It’d be easy to write Sabrina Carpenter off as just another Disney girl with a voice, but that would be denying yourself the beautiful songs this upcoming indie-pop songstresses has collected over the past year. Her debut album, Eyes Wide Open, is as innocent as it is edgy, and worth every penny. The album opener, “Eyes Wide… Read more »

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    The Where It All Began Tour – Sayreville, NJ

    It was only a little over a year ago that Dan + Shay released their debut album, Where It All Began. In that year they have won the hearts of country fans across the country and have become one of the genre’s hottest young duos. Currently on the second leg of their first headlining tour, Dan… Read more »

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    The Come Alive Tour – New York, NY

    It’s only been a year since Jack Antonoff released his first single with Bleachers, and what a year it has been. From playing Music Hall of Williamsburg, to Webster Hall, to now Terminal 5, Bleachers’ story is a successful one. The Come Alive Tour sold out across the country, ending in Jack’s hometown of New York… Read more »

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    Misterwives – Brooklyn, NY

    After releasing one of the years most anticipated records, Misterwives hit the road for their first headlining tour. They made their way home to New York for a sold out show at Music Hall of Williamsburg and their city sure made noise for them. The band performed songs off their debut full-length, Our Own House, and… Read more »

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    All Time Low (Acoustic) – Brooklyn, NY

    All Time Low released their fifth studio album on Tuesday and celebrated with an intimate, acoustic performance at Rough Trade in Brooklyn. Fans piled into the record store/venue and despite the record only being a few hours old, knew all the words to the new songs. The band will kick-off their U.S. tour in Massachusetts… Read more »

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    Cody Simpson – New York, NY

    Since parting with his label late last year, Cody Simpson has been treating fans to new songs every chance he gets. His first single as an independent artist, “Flower”, became a fan-favorite immediately and paved the way for Cody to pursue a different type of music than what he was releasing on Atlantic Records. He… Read more »

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    All Time Low’s Empire State Building Appearance – New York, NY

    In anticipation for their fifth studio album, Future Hearts, All Time Low made their way to the 86th Floor Observatory at the Empire State Building for a special acoustic performance. Tourists were treated to quite the surprise as All Time Low performed their new single “Something’s Gotta Give” at the iconic location. Check out some photos… Read more »

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    Song Premiere: “Virginia Avenue” – Sam Lewis

    “The front porch is a special place. It’s nothing like the back porch. My grandparents on my father’s side didn’t have much of either so I found myself more often than not in the front yard or at one of the neighbor’s. Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Bean and Preston Sale are all real people that lived… Read more »