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Desert Island Thursday • OK Computer

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… I hate that I’m even saying this considering how much they’ve prostituted themselves over the years … 1997 was the year for Radiohead, was it not? Radiohead was a band that people who liked music happened to gravitate towards almost immediately. Radiohead released their debut album, 1993’s Pablo Honey[…]

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D’NT • Live From Shea Stadium!

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D’NT came to Shea Stadium… and rocked my face with their brand of rock again! I’ve been looking forward to this past Thursday for weeks. One of my new favorite bands, D’NT (Aaron Lazar and Mitchell King) first came into my life back in March at a different show, and[…]

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Local H Fire It Up At Mercury!!

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We as fans of The Rock (the genre, not the shitty juiced up wrestler turned actor) need a band like Local H to visit us to refuel our longing for a genre that they made better just by being in it. Hello my fellow kilSters! So I’ve been hyping this[…]

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Desert Island Thursday • Pretty Hate Machine

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It bothers me. I say that NIИ released “their” debut album, but really it was just Trent Reznor who did/does it all. Today we know him as Oscar winning composer for the film, The Social Network, but back on October 20, 1989, Trent Reznor was still the mastermind behind Nine[…]

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Got You Cover’d Monday • Lovesong

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311 took The Cure’s “Lovesong“… and gave it new life, 311 style. Now who doesn’t love The Cure? Even those people who say that they can’t stand The Cure, can more often than not, groove out to one of their tunes, if, let’s say a song of theirs were to[…]

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Desert Island Thursday • Superunknown

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I woke up this morning with Chris Cornell‘s voice screeching in my head. Happy Thursday, y’all! So here we are once again, and I don’t know what to tell you. I’ve been going through an alternative 90’s kick since April 5th. I swear, I woke up this morning with Chris[…]

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Say Yes To D’NT!

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D’NT is like Irish coffee with a dash of gasoline added to the mix. March 23rd doesn’t seem so long ago, but for me, it feels like it’s been forever since I first saw D’NT live at The Grand Victory. Why am I so hooked on this band? Was it[…]

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Lounge Act • The Spirit Of Nirvana Is Alive!

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Saturday, April 5th was, as we all know, the 20 year anniversary of Kurt Cobain‘s death. Exactly a week prior to the anniversary, kilScene.com was invited to come down to the Parkside Lounge in New York City to witness on Kurt’s D-day, Lounge Act, a band who pays tribute to[…]

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