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Owl City fans flock to the Paradise

Following in the trend of attaining fame through the Internet – literally overnight on sites like MySpace.com – Owl City launched its first national tour this fall in celebration of the recent release of their new album Ocean Eyes.

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Autolux in Transit at the Paradise

Autolux are a very economical band. Chords and riffs are often used sparingly and repetitively with some of the most rigid and propulsive drumming in modern rock, so they hit even harder when the songs climax.

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Waiting for Cassie to give us her Love

On the eve of Sunday, September 13, a seemingly ethereal creature strolled the red carpet of the MTV Video Music Awards. She stood with swagger; hair draped revealing a semi-buzz cut, her mile-long legs emerging from a Kimono-inspired mini dress.

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Datarock rock Boston

Three 80s inspired electronic bands put on great, high-energy shows at the Paradise on Monday. The bands, all hailing from overseas, each knew how to rock an electric keyboard.

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Mika: the album sure to please

Mika, the singer known for songs like ‘Love Today,’ ‘Happy Ending,’ and ‘Lollipop’ is releasing an album that is sure to be a big hit with old fans and win over new listeners.

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Catching up with Coldplay

Back in August, MUSE reporter Matt Donnelly sat down with Coldplay drummer Will Champion before they returned to Boston for their 2008/2009 Viva La Vida tour to discuss keeping energy up on tour, working with U2’s go-to producer Brian Eno and The Simpsons.

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Care to Tengo?

Yo La Tengo are back with Popular Songs, another well-rounded set of tracks and the follow up to their’ 2006 album, I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass.

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Alice unchained and wild

Seven years ago, Alice in Chains lead singer Layne Staley was found dead in his apartment of a combined heroin and cocaine overdose.’ Many believed that along with Staley, the fate of Alice in Chains lay next to him, six feet underground and without a pulse.

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Pet Shop Rock

For those under 30, it may have looked like an obscure Lady GaGa concert when the Pet Shop Boys emerged on stage at the House of Blues on Saturday night with multicolored boxes covering their heads.

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Britney hits Boston

When Britney Spears descended from the ceiling at her nearly sold-out show at the TD Garden on Saturday night, she was looking more Death Eater than ringleader.

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