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My Chemical Romance Post Cryptic Video

my chemical romanceA few years ago, My Chemical Romance shocked fans when they announced that they would be headed in different musical directions. Since then, we’ve seen plenty of solo works, musical projects, etc.

Today, the band released a cryptic video showing a white flag with a black cross waving in the wind to the soft piano notes we all know so well.

Sending shockwaves, fans have been speculating what the video, which you can see below, actually means. Many believe that the only thing that “makes sense” is the Black Parade 10 year reunion tour.

Check out the video below and let us know what you think!



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Back-To-School Playlist 2015

3-11-all-time-low-2Back-to-school is a crazy busy time, and we know a ton of you are headed back this Monday.

So welcome back early mornings, long classes, and, of course, homework.

Don’t worry, we’ve got the perfect playlist to get you pumped up for your first day back…and maybe even as a soundtrack for your first walk back down the hall. Check it out below!

  1. “Homecoming” by Hey Monday, Hold On Tight (2008)
  2. “Teenagers” by My Chemical Romance, Welcome To The Black Parade (2007)
  3. “All The Small Things” by Blink-182, (2000)
  4. “Paper Chase” by The Academy Is…, Fast Times At Barrington High (2008)
  5. “Oxford Comma” by Vampire Weekend, Vampire Weekend (2008)
  6. “Art School Girl” by Stone Temple Pilots, Tiny Music…Songs From The Vatican Gift Shop(1996)
  7. “Phoenix” by Fall Out Boy, Save Rock and Roll (2013)
  8. “Scandalous Scholastics” by Gym Class Heroes, As Cruel as School Children (2006)
  9. “crushcrushcrush” by Paramore, Riot! (2007)
  10. “What I Go To School For” by Busted, Busted (2002)
  11. “The Middle” by Jimmy Eat World, Bleed American (2001)
  12. “Coffee Shop Soundtrack” by All Time Low, Put Up Or Shut Up (2006)
  13. “STAT-60” by MC Lars, The Laptop EP (2004)
  14. “Billy S.” by Skye Sweetnam, Noise From The Basement (2004)
  15. “Smells Like Teen Spirit” by Nirvana, Nevermind (1991)
  16. “Shake It Off” by Taylor Swift, 1989 (2014)
  17. “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars, Uptown Special (2015)
  18. “Congratulations (ft. Matty Mullins)” by Sleeping With Sirens, Feel (2013)
  19. “Hands Down” by Dashboard Confessional, So Impossible (2001)
  20. “High School Never Ends” by Bowling For Soup, The Great Burrito Extortion (2006)
  21. “If You C Jordan” by Something Corporate, Leaving Through The Window (2002)
  22. “Four Years” by Jon McLaughlin, OK Now (2008)


“Fat Lip” by Sum41, All Fill No Kill (2001)

“Ocean Avenue” by Yellowcard, Ocean Avenue (2003)

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Hayley Williams and Gerard Way Defend Frances Bean Cobain

Frances Bean

At the premiere of the new Kurt Cobain documentary, Montage Of Heck, Tuesday night, Frances Bean Cobain, who normally avoids the limelight, stepped up to give an admirable speech.

“The reason I’ve been able to watch it six times is because of the film [director Brett Morgen] made,” Cobain said. “I didn’t know Kurt … He was a human being and I think that’s been lost within the romanticism and the myth of him and his story. What this movie will provide, hopefully, is a real understanding of who he was. And I feel like he’d be really proud to have this movie made about him. So I’d like to thank Brett a lot.”

However, instead of commending her speech, many tabloids decided to show more interested in the 22-year-old executive producer’s appearance at the event, leaving Cobain to respond via Twitter, saying, “Apparently, I’m not well because I dressed like morticia Addams last night and am pale? Okay media spin cycle, okay. #slownewsday.”

Many prominent figures and artists stood up for Cobain on Twitter, including Paramore front woman Hayley Williams and Gerard Way (ex-My Chemical Romance), who chimed in with a rock and roll, “F the media and the sun.”

Williams tweeted out her support for Cobain, saying, “I get psyched every time people don’t understand how I dress. It’s like they’re congratulating you for being your own! Go you.”

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Top 15 Albums of 2014 (Liv’s List)

This year has been a whirlwind for music releases; week after week, new albums have appeared left and right. Some have been amazing, and some…well, some could have been better (but we won’t name names). Anyway, here are my picks for TOP 14 Best albums of 2014 (in no particular order).


15. Lowborn by Anberlin, released on July 22nd, 2014, via Tooth & Nail Records.


What a fantastic final album; it’s bittersweet, but such a work of art. It’s emotionally charged, with stunningly well-written lyrics, not that I’d ever expect anything less from Anberlin.

14. Cavalier Youth by You Me At Six, released on January 26th, 2014, via Virgin Records.

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The band’s fourth studio album is every bit of fresh, original, and entrancing as their first. You Me At Six seem to get more personal on the album, and approach a more pop-rock sound than on their previous releases.

13. Restoring Force by Of Mice & Men, released on January 28th, 2014, via Rise Records.

restoring force of mice and men

You know an album is good when a band goes the extra mile and records an acoustic version of it in its entirety. There is a raw power throughout Restoring Force, and the brilliance behind it is impossible to ignore. The departure from the modern standard brings ripples to the scene overall, but also showcases the growth and artistic development of each member in Of Mice & Men.

12. Head Or Heart by Christina Perri, released on April 1st, 2014, via Atlantic Records.


Personally, I adore this album. Not as much as her Ocean Way Sessions album, but it’s definitely up there as far as favorites go. There is so much vulnerability, personality, and vocal power on this album, it demands to be replayed.

11. Vessels by Stellar Young, released on December 16th, 2014.


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As said in my review, “Vessels has a sound that I could only imagine the musical lovechild between Anberlin and fun. would. Stellar Young prove to be a wildly talented group, not that there was ever any doubt about that. The album is beautifully executed, with a powerhouse presence and an undoubtable quality to it. ”

10. In The Lonely Hour by Sam Smith, released on May 26th, 2014, via Capitol Records.


There is so much beauty and power displayed on this album. Every song is enchanting in its own right, launching Sam Smith into the limelight as the true star he is. Finally, the soul has been brought back to pop music!

9. 1989 by Taylor Swift, released on , 2014 via Big Machine Records.


As someone who has followed Taylor Swift’s career from the beginning, it amazes me to see the personal growth of the songstress, typically known for tearing down her exes and writing every girl’s breakup anthem. On 1989, Swift shows a more mature, poetic approach, with an original artistic flare. There’s something on this album for everyone, including some of the catchiest lines…and the best misheard lyric of 2014. “Gotta love those Starbucks lovers…”

8. Bloom & Breathe by Gates, released on October 21st, 2014, via Pure Noise Records.


Wow. A debut album that has a cinematic, sophisticated sound to it, and is genuinely a work of art. Throughout the album, the band’s dedication to their craft, and their limitless talent, is obvious. I’m expecting a lot from these guys!

7. Imaginary Enemy by The Used, released on April 1st, 2014, via Hopeless Records.


If you didn’t rock out to “Cry” at some point this year (especially you Octane Radio listeners/gym rats!), you’re lying to yourself. That single set the spark for this album, and once I listened, I couldn’t get enough. I daresay I’ve played this album more than I should have, but it was worth it.

6. May Death Never Stop You by My Chemical Romance, released on March 25th, 2014 on Reprise Records.


Another bittersweet listen in 2014; it was brilliant in its musicality and as an overall summary of an amazing band’s career, but so hard to listen to knowing it was the last MCR release. As far as “greatest hits” albums go, I’m voting this as one of the best. “Fake Your Death” is such an anthemic, brilliant new track, and I love delving into my nostalgic side through the older tracks.

5. Forever Halloween (Deluxe Edition) by The Maine, released on June 17th, 2014, via Universal.


Forever Halloween was amazing; the deluxe edition? INCREDIBLE. As I said in my review for Infectious Magazine, “While Forever Halloween was near-perfect as it was, it is difficult to imagine the album without these extra songs now that they’ve been heard. The Maine continue to show growth and excellence as the years wear on.”

4. Duality by Set It Off, released on October 14th, 2014, via Equal Vision Records.


Brilliant, catchy tracks, all decorated with the originality of Set It Off. This reminds me of a heavier version of The Cab’s Symphony Soldier in that I just want to play the whole album again and again and again.

3. Talking In Your Sleep by The Cinema, released on December 16th, 2014 [independently released].

the cinema

I have so much respect for this album. First off, because it comes from the minds of two very talented men, but also because the album took two years to make, and was accomplished while they both worked on different coasts. Just…wow. It’s an incredible group of songs, and, best of all, it’s another release that avoided the cursed “sophomore slump.”

2. Slow Me Down by Sara Evans, released on March 11th, 2014, via RCA Nashville.

slow me down

Catchy as hell, with a poppy, uptempo tone that is impossible not to love. It’s a perfect driving/car-aoke record; I promise, you’ll sing your heart out to basically every song.

1. Heart On My Sleeve by Mary Lambert, released on October 14th, 2014, via Capitol Records.

mary lambert

Mary Lambert can do no wrong. The songstress has crowds enchanted with her stunning vocals and her fearless way of tackling subjects people don’t want to talk about. With songs like “Secrets,” Lambert has resonated with listeners, and opened up a beautiful story.





House of Mercury by Ship Captain Crew

Fictionist by Fictionist

All That Gold by James and the Drifters

High Noon by Arkells

Get Hurt by The Gaslight Anthem


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frnkiero andthe cellabration Announce First Headlining Tour


frnkiero andthe cellabration (ex-My Chemical Romance) will be heading out on their very first headlining tour from February through to April. The band will be joined by The Homeless Gospel Choir and Modern Chemistry. You can view dates below:

02/18 – New York, NY @ The Studio at Webster Hall
02/19 – Cambridge, MA @ The Middle East Upstairs
02/20 – Albany, NY @ The Hollow Bar + Kitchen
02/21 – Buffalo, NY @ The Waiting Room
02/24 – Montreal, QC @ Underworld
02/25 – Toronto, ON @ Sneaky Dee’s
02/26 – Millvale, PA @ Mr. Small’s Theatre
02/27 – Cleveland Heights, OH @ Grog Shop
02/28 – Detroit, MI @ The Magic Stick
03/01 – Chicago, IL @ Reggie’s Rock Club
03/03 – Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
03/04 – Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews
03/05 – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre
03/06 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court Gallery
03/07 – Boise, ID @ Shredder
03/10 – Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile
03/12 – San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill
03/13 – Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
03/14 – West Hollywood, CA @ Troubadour
03/16 – Scottsdale, AZ @ Pub Rock Live
03/24 – Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits
03/25 – Orlando, FL @ The Social
03/26 – Tallahassee, FL @ Pug’s Live
03/27 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
03/28 – Chapel Hill, NC @ Local 506
03/30 – Vienna, VA @ Jammin’ Java
03/31 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Barbary
04/01 – Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus
04/02 – Asbury Park, NJ @ The Stone Pony

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Mikey Way (ex-MCR) on Addiction & Getting Clean



Earlier this year, Mikey Way debuted his new band, Electric Century, but has since fallen silent. But now Way has released a statement on the band’s webpage, revealing a long-standing struggle with addiction and his rehabilitation. Below, you can read his full statement.


“It’s been a minute since the last time we talked. There’s something I have needed to get off of my chest for quite some time – Because most of you have stuck by my side and supported me for over a decade now and you deserve the truth. The program is about brutal honesty, not only with your self but with others too.

I can’t tell you how many times I have opened Twitter or Instagram over the past 7 months to see someone asking about Electric Century and what is next for the band. I want you all to know why I went dark earlier this year and why I haven’t addressed any of your questions about the band up until this point.

In February of this year, I flew to the East Coast to finish up the EC record. Upon my arrival, I was told “you aren’t here to record” and I instantly knew what was going on. I was going to rehab. I felt an odd sense of comfort and thanked my friends for doing this for me. In the months prior I had come to realize that my addiction was far past me being able to beat it alone. In all honesty, at that point I was lucky to be alive. I have talked about sobriety in the past but frankly it was all just wishful thinking, I could talk with the best of them but now it’s time to do the real work or as they say in the program, “walk the walk”.

Physically entering the rehab facility was one of the most terrifying yet rewarding things I have ever done. Getting onstage and playing in front of tens of thousands of people used to be the most frightening thing for me, but getting the help I knew I needed made that look relaxing. During my 31 plus days of treatment, I learned a lot about myself and a lot about what I needed to do to never go back down that path I had been stumbling upon.

I had been self medicating for more than half my life. And as the band grew, so did the introduction of more drugs and more alcohol. Each time I thought I had hit rock bottom I really hadn’t seen the worst yet. When the band broke up, my using had intensified and I fell into total darkness. In the true form of an addict, I disconnected from everyone I knew and pushed away every one I loved. At that point in my life, I was not only lost but in complete self-destruction mode. In February, I was told I should never have woken up.

Electric Century started because I still had something I wanted to share with the world. I wanted it to be a special project that showed another side of me, and told a story I had wanted to tell for quite some time. During my stay in rehab, I was finally ready to admit something I hadn’t said out loud yet – Touring was just not something I was ready for or wanting to do. I was going along with everything up to that point because that is what I had always done. But, I no longer want to be that person, and I am trying to learn to say no and to put myself, and my mental health first. Will I ever tour with EC… maybe? Where I am in life right now, I want to continue to create and release music. For now, I am letting the chips fall where they may and I am hoping to get this music to all of you as soon as humanly possible.

You don’t really believe them when they warn you about the difficult road ahead. You think it will be easier than it really is. They were right. A few months ago, I was afraid to leave my apartment, afraid to drive my car- afraid of absolutely everything.

But now I can say it’s getting better every day and for the first time in my life I am saying that in all honesty. 8 months in I have more clarity than I have had in decades.

The only thing I am still working on getting past are the decisions I made when I wasn’t me. I still have to own up and take responsibility for these things. I lost friends and I lost time, but those closest to me have accepted my apologies are still by my side and that means so much to me. There are still friendships I am mending to this day, but that is all part of this new life I am creating for myself. You can’t un-ring the bell, but you can always learn to ring it better.

I learned through all of this that it’s okay to ask for help. So for all of you struggling – seek help. Tell someone close to you that you are struggling and allow the program to do it’s work. It saved my life and I am eternally grateful for that. You will be hearing much more from me and EC in the coming months, that I can promise you. Here is to the next chapter in my life and to taking things one day at a time…because that is all we really have.”


Way had previously alluded to his addiction, when, three months ago, he posted a picture of a token that signifies six months’ progress.

Planet Stereo would like to take this moment to say good luck to Mikey Way, and to use this time to say that if you or anyone you know are struggling with addiction, please reach out for help, whether it is professional or just a friend.

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NIKOS kick starts their self-titled EP perfectly with the melodic, energetic, “Illusions.” Filled with stunning imagery, rich instrumentals, vocal harmonies, and an alternative rock edge, the track is an incredible showcase of the band’s talents from the opening notes. Nikos Klimentos’s vocals are almost shockingly powerful, with a true grit to them that add depth and character to every line.

“Another Sunday Morning” continues to explore the heavier sounds of rock mixed with the catchy tone of a good pop anthem. Matt Beach’s guitar playing is hard to rival throughout the track, sounding as though influence was drawn from some of the better pop-punk records of the last ten years. With a carefully orchestrated instrumental, the song transitions through several tones and emotions without ever slipping into the “What-The-Hell-Are-They-Doing” Crack. Similarly, “Dancing With The Dead” manages to explore a darker lyrical style while maintaining a catchy tone overall, oozing with originality and accomplishing the task of putting out a love song of sorts without coming off as overly mushy.

Melodic, wealthy in instrumental prowess, building choruses, and an almost indescribable talent behind it, “The Chase” is a standout track on an already perfect EP. Reminiscent of the vocal power of Thirty Seconds To Mars, the musicality of We The Kings and/or Every Avenue, NIKOS have produced a powerhouse of a single that will leave listeners completely entranced and desperate for more. Lyrically, musically, and even technically, this is the perfect track. Put this on your Must Have For Fall supply list. However, while “The Chase” is the standout, “Step, Step” is the surprise. With a soft, vulnerable, acoustic quality, it is by far the most emotionally powerful song, with an explosion of sound coming seemingly out of nowhere as it builds at the bridge. When Mark Recca’s steady drumming slows, and an almost a cappella moment occurs, the song takes your breath away.

To close out the EP, the hauntingly brilliant “Anthem” blasts through the speakers, with heavy bass undertones (courtesy of Jeff Motekaitis), pounding rhythm, MCR Black Parade worthy tempo, and bittersweet lyrics, it’s impossible to resist.

I would be a liar if I said I found NIKOS’s self-titled EP to be anything short of perfection. As an introduction to the band, it is a wonderful preview at where they are headed, and how certain they are in their sound already. Yet another band to watch and anticipate great things from.

You can purchase the EP digitally HERE.

Watch the lyric video for “The Chase” below:


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Motivation Monday Playlist 3


Mondays can be scary! But they don’t have to be! With the right music, let Planet Stereo help get you in the tight mindset to dominate this week…and every one after it.

“Eye of The Tiger” – Survivor

  “Let’s Go” – Calvin Harris (ft. Ne-yo)

  “Looking Up” – Paramore

  “Don’t Stop Believin'” – Journey

  “Keep On Keeping On” – Travie McCoy ft. Brendon Urie

  “To Be Loved” – Papa Roach

  “The Shake (Awful Feeling)” – My American Heart

  “SING” – My Chemical Romance

  “Paper and Ink” – National Product

  “What Are You Waiting For?” – My Favorite Highway

    For more, click onto the Motivational Monday page!

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The Used & Taking Back Sunday 10″ Split Out September 9th

To celebrate the final leg of their North American co-headlining tour together this fall, The Used have announced that they will release a limited edition 10″ Split with Taking Back Sunday on September 9th. It is available for pre-order now here: http://bit.ly/splitpreorder.

This special release features a single and rare b-side from each band. It includes The Used’s “Revolution” off Imaginary Enemy and b-side “Money Monster” as well as Taking Back Sunday’s “Flicker, Fade” off Happiness Is and b-side “How I Met Your Mother.”





Only 1000 copies are available on two vinyl variants:

–       500 black and dark blue half and half vinyl (webstore/tour exclusive)

–       500 on black vinyl (retail)

Limited copies are available for pre-order now in the Hopeless Records webstore here: http://bit.ly/splitpreorder. The remaining copies will be available from select retailers in the US and directly from the band on their upcoming tour dates.

Split track listing:


1. Taking Back Sunday – Flicker, Fade
2. The Used – Revolution
3. Taking Back Sunday – How I Met Your Mother
4. The Used – Money Monster



Heart and Panther Etching


The Used’s North American co-headlining tour with Taking Back Sunday and frnkiero andthe cellabration (Frank Iero of My Chemical Romance) kicks off on September 8 at LC Pavilion in Columbus, OH. The band will also hit the Chicago and Denver stops of RIOT FEST before wrapping up their fall touring with two special shows with letlive in Tucson, AZ and Las Vegas, NV in October. Purchase tickets now at www.theused.net/tour.




All dates with Taking Back Sunday and frnkiero andthe cellabration unless noted

* with Taking Back Sunday only

^ with letlive


AUG 21                      HQ                                                  Adelaide, AU *

AUG 22                      Eatons Hill Hotel                             Brisbane, AU *

AUG 23                      UNSW Roundhouse                       Sydney, AU * SOLD OUT

AUG 25                      170 Russell                                    Melbourne, AU * SOLD OUT

AUG 26                      170 Russell                                    Melbourne, AU * SOLD OUT

AUG 30                      Bazooka Rocks                              Quezon City, PH *

SEP 08                      LC Pavilion                                      Columbus, OH

SEP 10                      Stage AE                                         Pittsburgh, PA

SEP 12                      Orbit Room                                      Grand Rapids, MI

SEP 13                      RIOT FEST                                      Chicago, IL

SEP 14                      Egyptian Room                                Indianapolis, IN

SEP 16                      The Myth                                          St. Paul, MN

SEP 17                      The District                                       Sioux Falls, SD

SEP 19                      KC Live! (FREE)                              Kansas City, MO

SEP 20                      RIOT FEST                                      Denver, CO

SEP 21                      Shrine Auditorium                            Billings, MT

SEP 23                      Idaho Falls Civic Auditorium            Idaho Falls, ID

SEP 25                      Showbox Sodo                                Seattle, WA

SEP 26                      Roseland Theater                            Portland, OR

SEP 29                      MacEwan Hall                                 Calgary, AB

SEP 30                      Union Hall                                        Edmonton, AB                     

OCT 02                      Burton Cummings Theatre              Winnipeg, MB          

OCT 03                      The Venue                                       Fargo, ND                

OCT 04                      7 Flags Event Center                      Des Moines, IA        

OCT 06                      The Pageant                                   St. Louis, MO

OCT 08                      The Rialto Theater                          Tucson, AZ  ^

OCT 09                      Brooklyn Bowl                                 Las Vegas, NV ^  

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1001 Songs Challenge: Day Ninety-Eight

So today is Warped Tour for me and I am so excited! As I get all of my camera stuff ready to go this morning, I really just want to listen to all of my amp-up songs, but I figure I won’t have time for the challenge today unless I do it right now.

1. Ovun que proteggi – Vincio Capossela

A beautiful, Italian, piano-driven ballad. I could listen to this all day. Capossela’s voice is pure quality, with a slight rasp to it familiar to The Pogues’ frontman, Shane MacGowan. However, Capossela has a softer tone overall, which makes this track like a lullaby of sorts. It really is stunning.

2. Please Read The Letter – Robert Plant and Alison Krauss

A soft, sweet song that consists of consistent rhythm and well done vocal harmonizing. In some ways, there is an indie-country vibe going on here, which probably is the reason I find it so irresistible. Lyrically, it reads like a poetic letter itself, almost pleading for closure.

3. Crank That (Soulja Boy) – Soulja Boy

Really? This made it onto the list and Fall Out Boy, Dashboard Confessional, My Chemical Romance just vanished into thin air? Really? I didn’t like this song when it came out and was played at every middle school dance, and I don’t like it now. It’s just never appealed to me. I appreciate that Soulja Boy was sixteen and trying to make rap about having fun again, but I’m sorry, this song has always been a total miss for me.

4. My People – The Presets

The Presets are considered “electro punk,” but I think they just sound like an 80’s band with 90’s dance beats. Of course, lyrically, it has more depth, looking at Australian immigration from a new perspective. It’s not on my list of favorites from this challenge, but at least I don’t want to pull a Van Gogh.

5. Flux – Block Party

The muted guitar is probably my favorite thing about this track. It’s striking, because it works so well with the techno beat, and the vocals that sound like something from the 90s. With a definite rock-pop style, this is actually a pretty fun song to listen to.

6. My Moon My Man – Feist

Feist has such a distinct sound when it comes to her vocals. “My Moon My Man” has an instrumental brilliantly made up of multiple instruments, with the piano being the driving force. The lyrics capture a yearning feeling, which Feist delivers with nothing but excellence.

7. D.A.N.C.E. – Justice

Paying homage to Michael Jackson, Justice brought out this flashy track in 2007, and to be honest, it’s not that memorable. With a chorus of children singing alongside synth beats and bass-driven funk, it just sounds like everything else. It doesn’t stand out to me in any way.

8. re: Stacks – Bon Iver

Much more memorable than Justice’s “D.A.N.C.E.” is the first way I will compliment this song. The next is by praising the indie, soft, smooth quality of Bon Iver’s vocals. I loved this song from start to finish. It’s melodic and so well-made, it’s impossible to resist.

9. With Every Heartbeat – Robyn with Kleerup

I love how Robyn’s vocals deliver on this track. She pours her heart out on every line, which, when paired with a stunning string arrangement, make for a fantastic song. Despite it’s sad subject (a breakup) and melancholy tone, the song features an upbeat pop rhythm that makes it a song that is both nice to listen to, but still makes you bob your head.

10. Someone Great – LCD Soundsystem

Speaking of songs that are on the sadder spectrum, but still have a good dance beat, “Someone Great” easily fits that bill. The techno music and the way the lyrics fit in feel very 80’s, but it’s the lyrics that make this song what it is; something intriguing to listen to.


Okay, so I’m going to finish getting ready for Warped. Today’s playlist was decent, but I am so ready to go to Warped that listening to  these songs has left me feeling impatient. I feel like someone has given me twenty energy drinks at once and any second, I’m going to go flying through the door, leaving a me-shaped hole in it like a cartoon.


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