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Photo Courtesy of NME Story by Ashley Barrientos/Contributing Writer Bittersweet hues of loneliness, regret, heartbreak and wistfulness are gently colored in between the stanzas of Lana Del Rey’s debut poetry book, “Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass,” which released on September 29. Del Rey is primarily recognized as an American singer-songwriter whose musical style is …

Photo courtesy of Den of Geek Story by John Cantor/Contributing Writer “Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band” is the journey of a group of musicians that went on to mean a lot more than just another backing band striking out on their own; A group so important in the musical and cultural lexicon …

From the very first track, Kesha’s comeback album “Rainbow” is clearly different from anything she’s made before. At first glance, one might assume that intro track “Bastards” will be some punchy, confident song about boys, self-love or all-nighters like “Your Love Is My Drug,” “Cannibal” and “Warrior,” the songs that introduced her last three releases, …

It’s not going to be long before Christmas music hits us in full force, so Sidelines has compiled a list of Thanksgiving tunes to savour this last week of November. Listen to this 27-track playlist at your disposal, whether it’s at your friendsgiving gatherings, on your drive home for the holiday or in the background …

Photos by John Connor Coulston On the evening of Feb. 14, 1966, Bob Dylan arrived at Columbia’s historic Studio A in Nashville, Tennessee–after a delayed flight and weeks of unsuccessful recording time in New York City–to lay down one of his greatest rock albums to date: Blonde on Blonde. Dylan’s Nashville studio time not only helped others see …