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  • Incan Abraham: Teddy Cafaro, Spencer Mandel, Giuliano Pizzulo, Andrew Clinco
    In The Indie Apr 03, 2014 EDT

    Incan Abraham Talks West Coast Stereotypes, Peruvian Soda and Debut Album, 'Tolerance'

    It's no longer freezing in New York after months of snow and gloomy weather. Could the members of Incan Abraham have brought some Los Angeles warmth with them? As they sit on a bench outside of The Brooklyn Bowl, they speak of their upcoming album, Tolerance, as a "tombstone" of sorts. It's the band's debut LP, but they describe it as quite literally a record of the years they've worked leading up to this point.

  • 'Honest' by Future
    In The Hip Hop/R&B Apr 22, 2014 EDT

    Junk Mail: Future's 'Honest' Album Review...Performed Via Email

    Music Times writers share an office area of roughly 45 sq. ft, which makes having face-to-face conversations totally impossible. Junk Mail is these millenials' attempt to discuss and review the week's hottest album releases... without needing to look at each other.

  • John Darnielle of The Mountain Goats
    In The Rock Apr 23, 2014 EDT

    5 Artists Whose Lyrics Are Better Than Their Music

    When talking about his songwriting, Kurt Cobain was once said “music comes first and lyrics come second.” Most songwriters and music fans place the importance of a song’s music over its lyrical content, but there are some singers whose lyrics are actually the best parts of their songs. Here are five artists whose lyrics are better than their music.

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    In The Rock Apr 22, 2014 EDT

    Kings Of Leon Announce Fall North American Tour

    Kings Of Leon may have just wrapped up one leg of its Mechanical Bull Tour on April 11, but the "Temple" rockers are already planning ahead. Yesterday (April 21), KOL announced an extensive international tour for this summer and fall, including over 30 dates in North America following its headlining set at Lollapalooza this August.Read more »

    In The Pop Apr 22, 2014 EDT

    Lorde Postpones Australian Tour

    Lorde's health is forcing the 17-year-old to take a little break from dominating the music scene and postpone her upcoming Australian tour. Yesterday (April 21), the "Team" singer announced that because of a chest infection, she'll have to return to her home country of New Zealand and recover as soon as possible.Read more »

    In The Pop Apr 22, 2014 EDT

    Austin City Limits Releases Lineup

    Austin City Limits, the last of the American mega festivals to release its lineup for the 2014 season, has finally dropped its lineup for both weekends of the event, which will go down between October 3 and 5, plus between October 10 and 12.Read more »

    In The Hip Hop/R&B Apr 22, 2014 EDT

    Chris Brown Trial Postponed

    Chris Brown's D.C. assault trial has been postponed.Read more »

    In The Pop Apr 21, 2014 EDT

    iHeartRadio Music Awards Announce Performance Lineup

    When the radio juggernaut that is iHeartRadio does an awards show, it does it big. After enlisting musical juggernauts like Justin Timberlake, Rihanna and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis as nominees for its inaugural show, today (April 21), iHeartRadio announced its lineup of performers, and it's pretty big.Read more »

    In The Pop Apr 21, 2014 EDT

    Little Mix Announces Salute Tour Dates

    Last month, rising girl group Little Mix teased its first-ever headlining North American tour with a paltry three dates. But now, the Salute Tour has come to full fruition. Today (April 21), Little Mix announced 16 tour dates for fall 2014.Read more »

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