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Alli Klein: Family of Noise writesVideo World Premiere: “Comfort Service” by So Pretty

When was the last time you lived the lavish hotel lifestyle? Now's your chance for the next 3:07 anyway...

Feast your eyes on this fresh new video from local Chicago group So Pretty for their song “Comfort Service” out now on their latest release Suck It Up from Bernice Records &Tapes. Suck It Up wears many musical genre hats over the course of the record, and "Comfort Service" sounds like a long lost B-52s B side you didn't know you were missing.

So Pretty gives a 5 star performance at their 5 star hotel make shift set. You might just get your bell rung in the pit when the kids start moshing to this one.

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Clarence Ewing: The Million Year Trip writesThe Eternal Question: Beatles or Stones?

1960s England produced arguably the two biggest and most successful Rock and Roll bands in history.

One of them, although they were only together for ten years, created a catalog (28 studio albums) whose influence is still being felt in all corners of music. The other one, after 55 years of performing and 30 studio albums, became Rock’s ultimate survivors while drawing a map of how Blues-based guitar Rock combined with decades of genre experimentation can lead to immortality.

Is it Sgt. Peppers or Exile on Main St.? Let It Bleed or Revolver? The White Album or Some Girls? It’s a simple question, yet one that resonates through the ages - Beatles or Stones? Vote here, and Explain Yourself in the comments.

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Josh Friedberg: Music Historian's Corner writesBook Reivew: “MJ: The Genius of Michael Jackson” by Steve Knoppler

by Josh Friedberg

For such an icon, Michael Jackson can be a polarizing figure for biographers—and for pop culture fans in general. Some works focus on his musical accomplishments, while others focus on his tabloid-worthy plastic surgeries and alleged pedophilia.

Rolling Stone contributing editor Steve Knopper’s 2015 book MJ: The Genius of Michael Jackson may sound like a fan’s testament to an exceptional artist and superstar, but the title is somewhat misleading. This is a biography of Jackson that moves briskly while still giving comprehensive coverage to key moments in Jackson’s life and career.

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