Dale W. Eisinger

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Blouse Headlines a Captured Tracks Showcase at 285 Kent [PHOTOS]

The Portland, Ore. down-tempo art-pop quartet Blouse plays 285 Kent in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York on Jan. 31, 2012. It was the band’s third New York City-area show and the last U.S. stop before an extensive European tour. Blouse released a full-length record on boutique New York label Captured Tracks on Nov. 1 2011. The band has also released music with famed Seattle label Sub-Pop.

Eye of the Tiger Song Owners Seeing Red over Newt Gingrich Campaign Use

A complaint filed in Illinois federal court alleges Newt Gingrich's campaign used Eye of the Tiger by rock band Survivor for unauthorized public performances and distribution of Rude Music's copyrighted musical composition at rallies. The injunction attempt names Frank M. Sullivan III, one of Survivor's founding members and the facilitator of Rude Music.

Lana Del Rey 'Born to Die' Bombs: Is Black Metal Now More Important than Pop?

Liturgy is the sexless hive-geek counterpart to Lana Del Rey, 2011's most polarizing and polarized artists. Her just-dropped album Born to Die, has landed number 1, despite global critical condemnation. The Brooklyn black metallers (Liturgy) generated what seemed a comparable amount of criticism to the manufactured pseudo-pop darling (Del Rey) in 2011. Liturgy sold far fewer albums, proving that artistic merit and integrity do not always win out.