of Modern Science
Genre: Orchestral Indie Pop
I was at a Suckers show at Piano's when I noticed John Norris standing next to me. The 10-year-old girl in my heart who spent late nights watching Sifl & Olly and the MTV news anchor in News Briefs at 10 to the hour, every hour did a little jump for joy. When Suckers finished, we somehow struck up a conversation about Wavves (oh wow) and then he introduced me to a member of the opening band, Miracles of Modern Science. Regrettably, I told the boy I had missed his set. "Oh," he said. "Well, you should download our EP. It's free."
On the road since last summer’s CD release, North Hollywood Shootout, Blues Traveler kept South Florida on its dancing feet last week. Packed into Fort Lauderdale’s Culture Room, the boys wasted no time getting their groove on. A mixed room of music lovers in their 30s and 40s danced joyously to Blues Traveler’s extended jams. The trick is old hat to the veterans from Princeton, New Jersey who got together in 1987.
AFI Crash Love
Alice In Chains Black Gives Way To Blue
Beat Circus Boy From Black Mountain
Bonerama Hard Times [EP]
Breaking Benjamin Dear Agony
Mariah Carey Memoirs Of An Imperfect Angel
Cherry Poppin’ Daddies Susquehanna
Cherry Poppin’ Daddies Skaboy JFK: The Skankin’ Hits Of The Cherry Poppin’ Daddies
Default Comes And Goes
Foreigner Can't Slow Down [Walmart exclusive]
Presale tickets for the Michael Jackson documentary, “This Is It,” are scheduled to go on sale this Sunday and fans are already waiting in line. Admirers of the late pop icon have already found their places in line in front of the Nokia Theater in L.A. to wait the final 48 hours before they can purchase their tickets. Some awaiting fans even have their children in tow for tickets to see the film’s Oct. 27 prerelease before its two week run in theaters nationwide. The first 500 presale purchases will have the privilege of receiving commemorative 3D-hologram laden tickets from Michael’s now defunct London tour designed by the artist, himself.