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Mischa Barton Is Back On The Market

September 22nd, 2010 11:39am EDT
Mischa Barton
Mischa Barton is single again after reportedly splitting from her latest boyfriend, British DJ Ali Love.

The O.C. star has endured a series of failed relationships in recent years, including a broken romance with The Kooks singer Luke Pritchard and Rooney star Taylor Locke. Barton looked to have found happiness again when she struck up a romance with Love over the summer, but the relationship has now fizzled out, according to Britain's Heat magazine.

A source tells the publication, "(Love) wasn't ready to be a celebrity. He was expecting they'd get some attention, but he never imagined ...
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The Learning Curve: 5 Bands You Most Likely Never Heard Of

January 8th, 2009 4:17pm EST
Chris Nathan
'The Learning Curve,' is a weekly column that showcases five unsigned or indie bands that normal music fans would otherwise never hear off. This week is one of the better crops of new and unheard bands I have put together. You will get a heavy dose of the rock and even some straight metal for your earholes to enjoy.

It's like a good old fashioned tag team match. It is the rock team of Deepfield and Shamans Harvest vs. the metal team of Sighlo and Carnifex, and I guess that Chris Nathan is the ref. Who wins you ask?

Well, I'm not sure because this, unlike pro wrestling, this is r...
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Locksley To Re-Release 2007 Debut, 'Don't Make Me Wait'

July 11th, 2008 7:00am EDT
Locksley
Feature Records announced the re-issue of Locksley's self-released debut album Don't Make Me Wait which will contain two exclusive new bonus tracks. The record will hit the streets via Fontana Distribution on September 9, 2008.

The re-issue of Don't Make Me Wait is a true testament to the band s longevity. Self-released in 2007, the band took the true D.I.Y approach and were able to land highly coveted spots on Late Night with Conan O Brien and Jimmy Kimmel Live as well as placement of their hit single "My Kind Of Lover" in J.J. Abrams' Cloverfield.

Without the support of a ma...
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Graham Colton's 'Here Right Now' Hits Stores Oct. 30

October 15th, 2007 6:30pm EDT
Graham Colton
"I've never felt more like myself than I have on this album. I found myself, and I finally found my voice," the singer, songwriter and guitarist Graham Colton says of his forthcoming CD, 'Here Right Now.'

Don't call it a simple return. Call it a metamorphosis, a deep progression, an inspired evolution or - perhaps most fitting - a rewarding exercise in self-actualization. Stepping into his own in order to connect to his heart and artistic vision, Graham Colton has emerged with a stunning collection of pop-rock melodies, lyrics and emotions in 12 tracks that swing between love and hear...
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Filter Magazine and American Rag Cie present 'Ragged' Issue #3; Win A Prize Pack

August 28th, 2007 8:00pm EDT
Ragged
(LOS ANGELES, Calif.) The innovative minds behind Filter Magazine and American Rag Cie clothing cooperatively have released the third installment of Ragged, the guide devoted to bringing the worlds of music and fashion together through print and photography. Ragged includes articles on bands from the up-and-coming underground as well as familiar favorites, continuing Filter's renowned tradition of bringing good, unique music to the masses. In addition, American Rag Cie lends its passion and eye for style to the magazine by showcasing its exclusive clothing line on the artists themselves.

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The Jonas Brothers To Release Sophomore Disc August 7

July 2nd, 2007 1:11pm EDT
The Jonas Brothers
The highly anticipated follow-up to the New Jersey siblings' 2006 debut—which featured the TRL hit "Mandy"—The Jonas Brothers is sure to make good on the band's goal: It's a high-energy pop-punk disc overflowing with insanely catchy hooks, muscular guitar fuzz and mature songwriting that reveals just how much growing up the boys have done since we last heard from them.

Ask the Jonas Brothers who they're hoping to turn into fans with their new self-titled CD and they won't say "everybody." But that's precisely what they'll mean. "We're aiming for people our age," says 17-year-old Joe. ...
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