Kings of Leon Perform at Madison Square Garden, NYC


Kings Of Leon performed to a sold out audience at Madison Square Garden , NYC. The Followill brothers (and cousin) were named one of the big breakout bands of 2008, even though they've been around for awhile, but I'm so glad they're finally getting some recognition! They're definitely one of those bands you either love or hate. I just happen to be on the "love" side of that spectrum. It doesn't hurt that drummer Nathan Followill once gave me some invaluable festival advice: "Make sure to bring your own 2-ply and Xanax!"

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The Sounds: ‘Something to Die For’ Review

The Sounds

Artist: The Sounds Album: Something to Die For Label: SideOneDummy The Sounds’ Something To Die For is the band’s fourth released album. The Swedish indie band changes their sound up on this newest album, replacing their previous almost folk feel with alternating tracks of pop rock and dance tunes. It is possible some could speculate that the band is just ...

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Hotcakes and Hotlinks

photo credit: Wyscan Happy Birthday Carolina Ardohain (Gunaxin) Catherine Bell: Still Making Me Come To Attention (MoonDog Sports) Advertising: The only honest business left (9 to Fried) Mila Kunis The Zombie Is Hot (The Beer Goggler) 5 Tips for Scoring an Online Date (The Bachelor Guy) Divers do it deeper: Sexy scuba chicks get wet (Observation Bubble) Adult Website Ashley ...

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Zucchini Drive release new single “Jaguar Sky” from upcoming album No Food But Lots Of Weapons

Zucchini Drive

  Zucchini Drive has a knack for cooking up surprising music from unlikely ingredients. Comprised of Marcus Graap and Tom De Geeter, the pair tackles the challenge of melding the lo-fi acoustic sounds of De Geeter and the buoyant electronic landscapes of Graap, taking their contrasting background and geographical distances to create an unparalleled energy drawing influences from progressive rock, garage ...

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Up Close and Personal: Interview with Amos Lee


This interview was originally conducted on April 2, 2007 by Jebbica that was printed in Enigma Magazine. Philly native Amos Lee has often been described as being the “male Norah Jones.” And while his songs themselves sometimes come across as demure as a Jones tune, his voice possesses a strength and soulfulness that make it easy for him to transcend ...

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John Cusack’s Stalker Emily Leatherman Arrested

Emily Leatherman mugshot

Now this is surprising…John Cusack has a stalker? Despite a restraining order barring her from  approaching the actor,  Emily Leatherman was arrested on suspicion of stalking. As deputies approached the scene they were flagged down by Cusack, who told them he recognized the woman in the cab and that she had been stalking him. Emily Leatherman, 33, was booked on ...

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New in Theaters: January 23, 2009


Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (Rhona Mitra, Michael Sheen, Bill Nighy) An origins story which reveals the cause of the centuries-old blood feud between the Death Dealers and the Lycans. Lucian (Sheen), a powerful and influential Lycan, rallies his race in an uprising against the vampire king Viktor (Nighy). Joining Lucian is his secret lover, Sonja (Mitra), a vampire who empathizes with the Lycans and looks to help free them from slavery.

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