Show Review: St. Vincent with Matthew E. White @ Vinyl Music Hall - 10/8/14



Every once in a while, there is an artist that comes along and is heavily on the rise. Well-established, having already released more than enough material to play a no covers show, that is finally getting the recognition from the public to play big shows. Some of these artists still play the small clubs between festival sets, giving an intimate setting for perhaps the final time anyone could…

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#NewMusicTuesday: Prince (x2), Weezer, Electric Wizard

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Mind blogging explosiveness hits airwaves, record players, compact disc drives, computer speakers and discontinued iPod Classics everywhere today. Let’s take a look at 4 new releases that get released or are available for streaming today:



Oh, Prince. Only you can make make breakfast sound sexy. Prince’s solo effort on this double Prince day, ART OFFICIAL AGE, complies…

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New Music Tuesday: Ryan Adams, Interpol, Death From Above 1979, Karen O., and yes, U2

Today’s New Music Tuesday is packed. Seriously. Tons of new music coming out today. There’s so much stuff to get to, so let’s dive right in!


Ryan Adams – Ryan Adams

What can you say about Ryan Adams that hasn’t already been said. He’s one of the biggest modern day rock stars today, and he has shown so much versatility in his ability to switch from alternative country sounds and hard heavy rock…

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New Music Tuesday: The Kooks, Johnny Winter

New Music Tuesday: The Kooks, Johnny Winter

By: Canaan Lamp

Okay guys, good stuff to get to this Tuesday!


The Kooks – Listen

The first new album from the UK’s The Kookssince 2011 hits the shelves today, and the album finds the band trying some experimental new sounds. The band’s sound has definitely evolved since they hit the scene back in 2006. The band steps away from their typical songwriting style…

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New Music Tuesday: J Mascis, Ty Segall, Shovels and Rope

New Music Tuesday: J Mascis, Ty Segall, Shovels and Rope

It’s Tuesday, which means lots of new releases have hit the stores today. Let’s take a look at some of the best new releases this week:

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J Mascis – Tied to a Star

The new solo album from Dinosaur Jr. shredder J Mascis, Tied to a Star, is an excellent follow up to his previous solo effort, Several Shades of Why, released in 2011. The 10-track effort shows off Mascis’ excellent craftsmanship in…

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Some more sights and smiles from the 2014 Hangout Fest

Some more sights and smiles from the 2014 Hangout Fest

We have been asking many people what their favorite performance was at this years Hangout Music Fest. It covers just about everyone but here are at least a few with some smiles in between.


Early day time set at the Boom Boom Tent by RAC



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Definitely an artists that pulled in some serious fans, Ingrid Michaelson


The 1975


Conor Oberst


One of our favorites, The Flaming Lips!

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Some Sights and Smiles from Hangout Fest 2014

Some Sights and Smiles from Hangout Fest 2014

The 2014 Hangout Fest was as rocking as ever with capacity crowds converging on the white sands of Gulf Shores, Alabama. The Lost Sandal was there to catch all of the incredible sets and music lovers all weekend. 10330296_305538442935393_4471337732963393507_n

The late afternoon set by indie favorites Modest Mouse was one of the most anticipated performances of this years Hangout Fest. They did not disappoint, surprisingly sticking with many…

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This was my first experience seeing Queens of the Stone Age and to be honest, I was not really…


This was my first experience seeing Queens of the Stone Age and to be honest, I was not really familiar with their music. Of course I knew songs like “No One Knows” and “My God is the Sun” which were both performed on Friday Night at The Hangout Beach, Music and Arts Festival, but just had never really explored deep into their catalog. But after having my face blown off with their opening song…

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Probably one of my all time favorite shows at Vinyl Music Hall, Lacuna Coil torn through a set spotlighting their latest release “Broken Crown Halo”. While the focus was on new material they played favorites from their back catalog. They were both sonically and visually stunning in their set Friday night at Vinyl Music Hall#lacunacoil #CristinaScabbia #AndreaFerro #pensacola #vinylmusichall

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