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Nirvana’s ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ In A Major Key Sounds Pretty Crazy

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Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” perfectly captured the teenage angst of the early ’90s, a dark and moody grunge track track that helped propel the band from cult fandom to mainstream success.

The song was originally written in minor key (which is sad, bleak and eerie by definition), but a group called Sleep Good decided to take their signature hit and pitch-shift it to a major key, completely changing the tone of the song and turning it into a happy-go-lucky pop punk hit that’s surprisingly catchy.

While I know I should hate it on principal alone, I can’t stop listening to Nirvirna – Teen Sprite for whatever reason. Maybe it’s because it reminds me of Everclear, Weezer, and other bands from the 90’s..

Give it a listen and let us know what you think of it.

[H/T: Reddit]

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Dustin Hensley May Be A Country Boy, But His Music Is Anything But!

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Dustin Hensley - Ships

Looking for some new tunes to jam out to? Then you’ve got to check out Dustin Hensley‘s latest EP, Ships. For those of you unfamiliar with Hensley, he’s a “good ole southern boy” from Tennessee who is putting out music like nothing you’ve ever heard before. His music is full of pure country story telling, but mixed in with great dance and pop sensibilities, creating a genre all his own.

“At the end of the day, I’m a lot of different things and a lot of different sounds,” said Hensley. “And I’ve decided to throw all of them—pop, R&B, country, classic rock, southern gospel—into my music. Call it whatever you want. If you think it’s pop, great. If you think it’s country, awesome. No matter what, it’s me telling stories. My life and my truth.”

While I’m not really a fan of country music, there’s just something about Hensley’s music that has me rocking out to it. I’ve been listing to Ships ever since it dropped last week, and I can’t get enough of it!

You can listen to all five tracks in their entirety at www.dustinhensleymusic.com, so give them a listen and let us know what you think!

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Britney Spears Is Back With A Seriously Sexy New Music Video

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Britney Spears just unveiled a seriously sexy music video for her new single Make Me, which features Britney and some friends holding auditions to find Brit’s on-screen love interest for the “Make Me” video, and ordering a number of men to strip down for an impromptu, naughty casting session.

But don’t worry, the focus goes back to Britney when the chorus hits, where we see her dancing in a white-lit hallway in lacy black underwear, looking absolutely incredible.. Seriously, this 30-something mother of two looks every bit as hot as she did back in her Hit Me Baby One More Time days..

“Make me oooh” indeed!

The video is hot as hell, but apparently there was an even racier version (shot by Dave LaChapelle) that got scrapped for being “too hot for TV”.. If you’re curious what the original video looked like, there’s a low-res version floating around the web.

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Check Your Ticketmaster Account, You Probably Have Free Tickets Waiting

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Ticketmaster Settlement

Last month, Ticketmaster finally settled a $400 million class action lawsuit over its exorbitant fees, and they’re paying out the suit in the form of discount codes and free ticket vouchers.

So if you were one of the 50 million people who bought tickets from Ticketmaster’s website between October 21st, 1999 and February 27th, 2013, you’ve probably got some free ticket vouchers or discount codes waiting for you in your Ticketmaster account.

To see if you qualify, simply log in to your Ticketmaster account, go to “My Account” and then scroll down and click on “Active Vouchers” to find out if you have any offers in your account. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I logged into my account (which I haven’t used since 2008) and saw 17 free ticket vouchers waiting for me, along with a slew of $2.25 discount codes and a few $5.00 UPS shipping credits.

The vouchers are for two free general admission tickets, but they will only be valid for eligible events — which Ticketmaster is still finalizing. Once the events have been picked, Ticketmaster will be updating its website with a list of eligible shows. Still, free is free, so I’ll gladly go and take in a few free concerts.

EDIT: The list of free concerts is up and can be seen here.

How many free tickets did you get? Shout out in the comments below!

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