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Upcoming Albums | Best Upcoming Album Releases of 2018Because we love to be the bearers of good news, we’re here to let you know about some upcoming album releases in 2018 that we are very excited about. In the near future, fans will finally be treated to new offerings from Nine Inch Nails, Christina Aguilera, and Nicki Minaj. And, keep in mind, new albums typically mean upcoming tour dates as well. So, without further adieu, here are some of the artists who will be dropping albums in 2018. We’ve only picked our favorites, so check out … Read More →
Upcoming EDM Concerts in 2016 | The Best DJs, Tours, & MoreEDM music has successfully made its way into just about every city, big multi-genre music festival, radio station, and nightclub. Sure, there aren’t any instruments involved at a Calvin Harris or Bassnectar show, but that’s not what the EDM concert experience is about. EDM concerts are about visually and audibly captivating the audience, matching the biggest drops with the best light shows, and tapping into that instinct to dance. The EDM genre has a huge range—from trance to dubstep—and some shows are not for … Read More →
Concerts in NYC, May 2014 | 15 Concerts You Shouldn’t MissOk, so we know we said a few weeks ago that the second half of April was the best two weeks for concerts we’d seen this year…But that was before we saw the first two weeks of May. You can still catch some of those end-of-April shows, so feel free to peruse that ol’ blog if you choose, but if you’ve already got ants in your pants for Spring (and we do), take a look at our rundown for the … Read More →