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Daya Shows NYC Who’s Boss at Irving Plaza For Headlining ‘Sit Still, Look Pretty’ Tour

There’s just something about an artist on the rise that excites the hardcore music fan. Maybe it’s possibility; the potential lying in whomever you discovered. Maybe it’s watching them go from a small following to a sold out crowd to winning a Grammy to having one of the hottest songs on Top 40. Unfortunately, those… More »


Review: Bridgit Mendler – ‘Nemesis’

When we first got a taste of Bridgit Mendler’s singing chops on her 2012 debut, Hello, My Name Is…, the world had heard nothing yet. From Disney pop princess to her transition to a full-blown bonafide artist, Mendler has epically carved her name into the music world with new four-track EP, Nemesis, out today! A… More »


Album Review: Banks – ‘The Altar’

When Banks first exploded onto the scene in late 2013, fans were hooked on the singer’s ethereal dark-pop & R&B sound with tell-tale lyrics that by the time her debut full-length, Goddess, was released a year later, the excitement of having a collection of empowering anthems was palpable throughout the blogosphere. Now, the singer returns… More »



Halsey Makes Madison Square Garden Her Kingdom For Final Installment Of Badlands Tour

When you think of the name Halsey, for some, she might be an enigma but for her millions of adoring fans, she’s just Ashley – the one who burst onto the scene in 2014 and pretty much stole our hearts immediately. Then, of course, the word massive comes to mind and that’s what the night… More »


Coasts Bring The Beach to NY’s Gramercy Theatre

When I first discovered Coasts back in the spring of 2013, I was in love with the vision that these five gentlemen from Bristol, UK brought to life with their beachy soundscapes and vibrant lyrics. A lot can change in three years but my love for this band remains the same, if not stronger, than… More »


LIGHTS Dazzles at New York’s Irving Plaza

 

 

When you’re a music geek like me, experiencing live music isn’t just “seeing a show,” it’s more like a therapy session. As much as I try to…



Haerts Delight with Their Self-Titled Debut

I have never been more proud to live in Brooklyn than I do right now. We have some of the best breakout bands making their…


Album Review: Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’

 

 

Every two years, Taylor Swift graces us with a brand new album, and her newly released pop masterpiece, 1989, is a tour de…


Traineeship Day 4: Talking About Music & Low

Today was a little bit different from the first three but at the same time interesting, inspiring and useful.

I called my tutor around midday for asking him…



Mimi K’s Album Review: Tokio Hotel’s Kings Of Suburbia

Hello my dear Buzzneters,

here I am with my review on Tokio Hotel’s new album Kings Of Suburbia that I’m listening to Spotify since yesterday morning, no-stop, meanwhile I…


Run Wild Live Free Love Strong: New Music

 

I wanted to share…


Reviewed: Banks ‘Goddess’

Pop/R&B songstress, Banks, has that chills-down-your-spine-factor, and she definitely brings it on hardcore on her highly-anticipated debut, Goddess.

With bewitching bass lines and sweet…



REVIEW: Echosmith’s ‘Acoustic Dreams’ EP


Ahhh, the acoustic album: where your favorite songs are stripped down and made to sound how they originally were created. Not only are acoustic…


Album Review: Neon Trees ‘Pop Psychology’


Neon Trees released their third album, Pop Psychology, today and I just want to hold it in my arms forever. I purposely…


The Colourist Shine Bright In Self-Titled Debut

It’s always a glorious feeling whenever a band you’ve been obsessing over for quite a while finally releases that anticipated debut album. The…



Katelyn’s Book Shelf: Before I Go to Sleep by S.J. Watson

You are what you remember. So what if you lost everything you remember every night when you go to sleep? Depending only on the stories you are told about what your…


Within Temptation Presents Their New Single & ‘Hydra’ Reaches #1

Whole World Is Watching” is the new Within Temptation’s single, released in two versions, from their new upcoming album “Hydra

One with Dave Pirner from US band Soul…


REVIEW: X Ambassadors ‘The Reason’ EP

There are many bands hailing from Brooklyn these days but none of them measure up to the respect I have for X Ambassadors



Britney Spears’ “Britney Jean” Album Track By Track [Reviewed By Me]

I was thinking for a while about this and I told myself: “Why not?” I felt inspired by Yong Yi gallery where she was writing about Adam Lambert’s album track by track and since the day I checked her posts about this project I thought to do the same when Britney Spears and Tokio Hotel… More »


Katelyn’s Book Shelf: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

A book that has been receiving a large amount of hype the past year is “


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