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The Misfits: Undead Or Alive In Chicago


On The Misfits’ early recordings, Glenn Danzig’s voice shines. It is beautiful enough to sound out of place in the songs he wrote and recorded in the late ’70s and early ’80s, beautiful even as it sings about rape and murder, about bloodthirsty zombies and presidential assassinations. He sounds like …

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Kesha Fights For Freedom On Her ’Fuck The World’ Tour


“Nothing outside these four walls matters right now,” Kesha declared at the beginning of her sold-out show on Thursday night. “I’m talking about your rent, I’m talking about your homework, I’m talking about your shitty ex-boyfriend!” The glitter-covered crowd in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, were screaming at the top of their lungs. …

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LVL UP On God, Magic, And Return To Love


The New York band LVL UP posed a question on 2014’s Hoodwink’d: “So am I being hoodwinked to even think that I could love you?” That was two years ago, and while some of the themes on that breakthrough album — witches, hexes, original sin — are still on the …

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One Of The Chainsmokers Is Really Bad At Gravity


Music You’re only supposed to drop the beat, dude There are a few truths that keep us anchored in this sick, sad world: Tomatoes are fruits, not vegetables; for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction; Ross and Rachel were on a break; and what goes up must …

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Sky Ferreira Took Complete Creative Control Of Her Own Playboy Covers


Things have been disappointingly quiet on the Sky Ferreira music front, but it looks like that’s (finally!) about to change. The 24-year-old singer has unveiled the first “visual introduction” for her upcoming second album, Masochism, and it arrives via Playboy magazine. Yes, really. Ferreira appears on two different covers of …

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