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Vinyl (at Hard Rock)

Genre-wise, Stephen Fasano is as all over the place as a longhauling cab.

The Magician is master of the mystic art of earworm jams

June 7th, 2018

Genre-wise, Stephen Fasano is as all over the place as a longhauling cab.

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    Also: The Breeders return, Alanis adds a second show and Method Man & Redman hit Brooklyn Bowl.

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    “Imagine New Edition and Paramore collaborating. We’re singing R&B songs with guitars.”

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    Six-song EP Signal Received is due out February 16.

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    Sonically, Bad Cop/Bad Cop delivers a modern spin on the abrasive, rambunctious days of pioneers of the genre like the Descendents.

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    Also: Hollywood Undead, Bayside and Theresa Caputo.

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    Also: Ruff Ryders, Metal Alliance Tour and Viva Ras Vegas weekender.

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    “Jesus Loves You” from the current album is about as good a tune lyrically as you’ll find, combining great storytelling and humor.

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    Also: Junefest, Matchbox Twenty, Rodney Atkins ... and Corey Feldman.

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    He changed costumes often, but it would have been a fun set even with my eyes closed.

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    "We're here to forget about all of the nonsense."

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    The band's poignant lyrics fell on ears like razorblades, emboldened by the band’s sonic fluidity.

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    Just like on their albums, the set was peppered with brief interludes of classic breaks and pocket-sized bits of flavor.

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    Mash up some country, a little surf-rock and a helping of swing, blend them at the highest speed possible and you have a good idea ...

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    Where else could a bunch of dudes dress up as McDonald’s characters and sing Black Sabbath covers about hamburgers and make money doing it?

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    Hold on. There’s meat here, and it’s treated well.

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    Blending cultures and cuisines has always been at the heart of what he does.

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