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Live Review: A Loss For Words final Rhode Island show at The Met on March 27th.

I headed up to The Met in Pawtucket, RI on Friday night with mixed emotions – happy and excited because the line up for this show was going to be great, but also with a bit of a heavy heart knowing this was probably going to be the last time I’d ever see A Loss For Words play a show. I arrived just after doors opened and didn’t need to wait long to hear some amazing music for a fitting send-off.

A local Rhode Island band called Morals played first. This band hasn’t been around for very long but you wouldn’t have known it to see them perform. Made up of former members of other local bands, they clearly knew what they were doing and made for an enjoyable listening experience setting off the show with a positive vibe.  Continue reading Live Review: A Loss For Words final Rhode Island show at The Met on March 27th.

Slam Dunk Festival Second Announcement

The second announcement for Slam Dunk festivals 2015 line-up has been revealed today. Seventeen new bands have been added to this years roster to help welcome the festival back to Millennium Square in Leeds for the first time since the first festival in 2006. With a over twenty bands still to be revealed.  Continue reading Slam Dunk Festival Second Announcement

#TBT: A Loss For Words’ “Remember The Fallen” Benefit Show and Tour Kickoff 3/28/14

Since A Loss For Words recently announced that they will be disbanding at the end of the year, I thought it would be appropriate to publish an article I wrote about them for my pop culture writing class last semester. Happy throwback Thursday!

Abington, Massachusetts looks like it belongs in a cliché romantic comedy about high school sweethearts growing up in the middle of suburbia. Even major roads are relatively quiet by the time rush hour ends, and quaint Hollywood-ready pastel-colored houses line the roads that make up the 20-minute drive through town from the Braintree stop on the Red Line. Hidden among these residential streets is a small ballroom-style space called Emerald Hall. The dark green carpeted floors are scattered with tables covered in white tablecloths, and the back wall is home to a full bar. In the center of the carpet, there’s a large hardwood dance floor with plenty of room for large crowds to dance or gather for a ceremony. It’s the kind of place a couple would hold a small wedding reception, or a sports team might hold an end-of-season banquet.  Continue reading #TBT: A Loss For Words’ “Remember The Fallen” Benefit Show and Tour Kickoff 3/28/14

Mixtape Monday for the week of 8/25

This whole playlist is a result of trying to figure out who was the female vocalist on This Wild Life’s song ‘Better With You.’ Everything you need to know about this playlist is in the title, which is ‘Player [    ] has entered the game.’ Nothing wrong with bringing in a guest vocalist or maybe seven for a certain idea turn into reality.

 

Mixtape Monday for the week of 8/11

The end of summer is approaching, which means all of us students out there are in the home stretch of attempts to get back into shape before the next school year rolls around. So, for this week’s Mixtape Monday, I decided to put together a playlist of a few of my favorite songs and artists to work out to. Check it out below and make sure to follow us on Spotify for future playlists!