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BottleRock Launches 2018 Festival Season with a Blast

BottleRock Napa Valley provides a tantalizing "first taste of summer" with three days of rock, pop, and craft booze.

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Uncool Britannia: Radiohead's 'The Bends' vs. Britpop in a Battle for the Soul of Britain

The successors to Radiohead and The Bends are a generation who liked how the film started, but lost the script halfway through.

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Guessing the 2014 Grammys

Predictions and behind-the-scenes info on who will win the 2014 Grammys in ten major categories.

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Guessing the 2013 Grammys

It’s the Super Bowl of music, and we’re guessing who will be the MVPs.

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Muse: The 2nd Law

The grand irony for Muse is that the entropic metaphor of The 2nd Law reflects the major flaws in their sonic choices, not some important fact of the human condition.

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Muse - "Panic Station" (video)

Muse showed off their new song, "Panic", at a gig this past week in Cologne, Germany. That tune and several others from their upcoming new LP, The 2nd Law were played at the show.

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The Pop Fan's Most-Anticipated Albums of 2012?

Here’s a look at what might be taking space in your CD collection or filling up your MP3 player this year.

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The 2011 Outside Lands Music Festival: San Francisco

With a wide variety of music coming from five different stages in one of the nation's most beautiful locations, the only problem was trying to catch as many bands as possible.

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Rewinding the 53rd Annual Grammys

Performance-filled show often gave excellent tributes to music greats, but barely passed out any awards. This is going to be a long post!

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Voodoo Experience: 2010 - New Orleans

With a recent contract being signed to keep Voodoo in New Orleans through 2019, fans can expect the event to continue to grow and be a fitting close to each year’s music festival season.

Daniel Boczarski
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Erosion Nearly Complete, Music Industry Begins Reconstruction at SXSW 2010

SXSW conference attendees took a workmanlike “how-to” approach to discussing new revenue streams, replacing the “what do we do now?” tone of recent years.

Dennis Shin
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Muse: Under Review

Thanks to the involvement of key insiders like former manager Safta Jaffrey and producer John Leckie, this documentary is better than most, favoring historical information over speculative posturing.

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Muse: 8.March.2010 - Toronto

In the show’s most epic, and theatrical, moments Muse could exude Queen, Radiohead, or even Supertramp.

Dave MacIntyre
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Muse: H.A.A.R.P.

Muse wows on headphones, but live, the band occupies rarified air, and HAARP is among the greatest shows on Earth.

Jarrett Berman
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Muse: HAARP

In the 90,000 capacity Wembley Stadium, Muse may finally have found a venue big enough for them.

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Muse: Black Holes & Revelations

Muse impresses, and continues to impress on Black Holes, not only because they have the Romantic classical harmony-fueled huge stadium sound down pat, but in the details that show a band mature and talented.

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Muse: Absolution

Ari Levenfeld
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Muse: Absolution

Richard T. Williams
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