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CONCERT REVIEW: EMMY THE GREAT AT CAFE 939: 2/23/16

review by Michael McCarthy all photos by Joshua Bernard and may not be reproduced without his permission Last night our resident Love is Pop photographer, Joshua Bernard, and I headed into Beantown (that’s Boston) to catch Emmy The Great’s show at Cafe 939 at Berklee (the famous music college).  It proved to be...
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CONCERT REVIEW: KACEY MUSGRAVES AT MOHEGAN SUN: 2/21/16

This past Sunday, the 21st of February, I was treated to an invitation-only Kacey Musgraves concert at Mohegan Sun Casino in CT. I’m not sure how I got invited, as I’m far from being a high roller, but needless to say that I’m quite happy that I was. Especially since the concert was...
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An Exclusive Interview with Nathan James of Inglorious

by Michael McCarthy all photos courtesy of Frontiers Records Today, February 19th, sees the release of the self-titled debut album by the UK’s hottest new hard rock band, Inglorious. But don’t let their name fool you; their sound is indeed very glorious. These guys kick some major ass. Frontman Nathan James is like...
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RED HOT VIDEO: DUA LIPA: “LAST DANCE”


The insanely talented, rising pop star Dua Lipa follows up her hit single "Be The One" with "Last Dance," a punchy tune that would be equally at home on the radio and in the clubs. "Way too soon to feel so strong / Way too young to...
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Emmy The Great: Exclusive Interview 2016

On March 11th the much beloved singer/songwriter Emmy The Great will release her gorgeous third album, Second Love (her debut was called First Love, Virtue her second).  It’s her first album in five years and it was well worth the wait, each song like a poetic love letter that goes straight to your...
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REVIEW: KANYE WEST: THE LIFE OF PABLO

Sometimes even the best artists lose their mojo. Sometimes even the best artists fall prey to their big egos. Sadly, Kanye West has done both with his new album, The Life of Pablo. But did we really need a new album to learn these things about Kanye? Probably not. It was pretty obvious...
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Dave Pirner of Soul Asylum: Exclusive Interview 2016

Soul Asylum will release their brand new, 2016 studio album Change of Fortune on March 18th and it’s one of their best in years, right up there with Grave Dancer’s Union (1992) and Let Your Dim Light Shine (1995). It is not an attempt to rehash those albums, though. On the contrary, today’s...
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