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Author archive for ALEX NAGORSKI

  • David Bazan

    PopBytes talks with David Bazan

    It’s been eight years since rockers Pedro The Lion released their last full-length album. A band that was known for…

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  • ZZ Ward

    PopBytes talks with ZZ Ward

    Last month, Oregon-raised singer/songwriter ZZ Ward released her premiere album, Til The Casket Drops. Distributed via Hollywood Records, the record…

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  • Chris Stedman - Faitheist

    Interview: Author Chris Stedman

    In stores this week, Faitheist details author Chris Stedman’s tumultuous and ultimately inspiring journey with religion. In his late childhood,…

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  • Solange

    Review: Solange’s “Losing You”

    In 2008, Solange released her masterful and criminally underrated album, Sol-Angel And The Hadley Street Dreams. On the record’s opening…

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  • ZZ Ward

    ZZ Ward showcases her debut album in NYC!

    In 2004, producer Danger Mouse gained notoriety when he decided to release a free viral album that married contemporary hip-hop…

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  • Erin McCarley - My Stadium Electric

    Review: Erin McCarley’s ‘My Stadium Electric’

    It’s been nearly four full years since Nashville singer/songwriter Erin McCarley released her debut album, Love, Save The Empty. A…

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  • Bat for Lashes / Natasha Khan / The Haunted Man

    Exclusive: PopBytes talks with Bat for Lashes

    Bat For Lashes’ Natasha Khan is ready to expose herself to the world. The October release of the singer’s third…

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  • Iggy Azalea

    Exclusive: Talking with Iggy Azalea

    22-year-old Australian rapper Iggy Azalea may not have an album out yet, but she’s easily one of the busiest players…

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  • Our Lady / James Fluhr

    Talking ‘Our Lady’ with James Fluhr

    It was a moment that changed Boston University senior James Fluhr’s life forever. Christmas was just one week away and…

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  • Celeste and Jesse Forever (Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg)

    Talking with ‘Celeste and Jesse Forever’

    Over the past few years, deconstructing the romantic comedy has become somewhat of a standard practice amongst art house films.…

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