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This week Pop Shots takes a look at the charts, & some potential songs of the fall. #music #pop  
Welcome to your weekly dose of pop world musings. Covering all things pop culture, this week Pop Shots is hitting you with some Billboard singles chart analysis. The summer is almost over, and right now there are a handful of songs that are gearing up to potentially rule the fall.
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My latest NYC indie music column does it live, as I cover five acts I've recently seen in concert.
I'm always encouraging people to go out and see live music. With that in mind, I decided to dedicate this week's NYC Scene Report to some of the acts I've recently seen live in the city. This includes rock bands theSHIFT, and Station, singer-songwriter pop artist Stef Lang, and hip-hop acts ...
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This week Pop Shots has shots on Gwen Stefani & Selena Gomez teaming up, J.Lo's reward for a contest winner, & more.
Welcome to your weekly dose of pop world musings. Covering all things pop culture, this week Pop Shots is hitting you with thoughts on everything from Gwen Stefani and Selena Gomez teaming up, to Zayn Malik and Calvin Harris having a war of words on Twitter, to J.Lo adding a new dancer to her ...
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In a band hitting the road? My latest Sonicbids​ column lets you know what you DON'T need to take with you.
If you're heading out on your first tour, learn from these musicians' mistakes and resist the temptation to bring too much of these three items. Your bandmates (and back) will thank you.
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My latest NYC indie music news column is up!
This week's NYC Scene Report features the chilled out indie pop of ACES, pop punk / indie rock from American Pinup, a hip-hop collaboration between P.SO the Earth Tone King and 2 Hungry Bros., and some fast paced synthy goodness from Oliver Ralli. * Brooklyn duo ACES, with their chilled out ...
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My latest Sonicbids column is up!
If you're heading out on tour, make sure you're not forgetting these seven items. Trust us, you'll regret it.
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Album Premiere: Check out Chaser Eight's new acoustic EP, Naked, in full at Adam's World! #acoustic #rockmusic #premiere  
When I first saw CT hard rockers Chaser Eight they blew me away with an ass kicking performance that was absolutely fearless. Lead singer, Audra, came to the stage with a megaphone, a la Stone Temple Pilots, and Rage Against The Machine, and instantly drew my, and everyone else's, attention.
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What do John Lee Hooker, Billy Joel, & Sizzla have in common? They've all influenced #hiphop artist B. Dolan...
B. Dolan's Musical Roots Author: Adam Bernard Great hip-hop artists can be incredibly multifaceted individuals. In fact, they have to be. If a hip-hop artist is going to make a name for himself, or herself, they have to stand out from the crowd, and one such artist who has always stood out from ...
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My latest NYC indie music column is up!
This week's NYC Scene Report features the trap-pop of Baeb Rxxth, hard rockers Safety losing their minds, a dream pop offering from New Jersey's Long Beard, and the indie chamber pop of Green and Glass. * I first wrote about Brooklyn based singer-songwriter-producer Nasimiyu Murumba back in 2013 ...
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This week Pop Shots has shots on the return of JoJo, Xtina gettin "Dirrty," & a giant bug joining Little Mix on stage.
Welcome to your weekly dose of pop world musings. Covering all things pop culture, this week Pop Shots is hitting you with thoughts on everything from the reemergence of JoJo, to Xtina getting “Dirrty” again, to Meghan Trainor's return to the disabled list, and since it's Pop Shots you know ...
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This week Pop Shots has shots on the Spice Girls' 20th anny, a dad's One Direction tattoo, & more.
Welcome to your weekly dose of pop world musings. Covering all things pop culture, this week Pop Shots is hitting you with thoughts on everything from the rumors of a possible Spice Girls reunion, to new ownership for legendary teen magazine Tiger Beat, to Demi Lovato getting “cool” with the WWE ...
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My latest NYC indie music column is up!
This week's NYC Scene Report features the organic indie rock of The Yellow Letter, some dream-pop from Monogold, a dance pop offering from Skylar Spence, and something noisy by post-punk rockers Uniform that will knock you right off of your seat. * Back in 2011, after a number of years with the ...
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Lover of good music, fringe movies, day baseball, and chicken shawarma.

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    American Studies, 2010 - 2011
  • Hofstra University
    Journalism, 1996 - 2000
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About Me. Name: Adam Bernard Home: Fairfield, Connecticut, United States About Me: Entertainment journalist w/ over a decade of experience.

I stayed at the Farmer’s Daughter last week and have been raving about it ever since. The place is beautiful, the staff is fantastic, they have a whiskey happy hour (which gave me quite the education on the spirit!), and there’s a great restaurant and bar attached that has a wild brunch. If you’re the least bit athletic you’ll be able to walk to quite a few Hollywood hot spots from the hotel. First of all, the Farmer’s Market, and The Grove, are right across the street. In the span of four days I ate Brazilian BBQ, fantastic Mexican, and one of the best burgers I’ve ever had in my life. (FYI - If you get up early, and hit up The Grove before the majority of the stores open, it’s pretty awesome to walk around the nearly empty outdoor mall, see the fountains, and hear the music, which the day I went was Sinatra, playing through the speakers) There’s also a 24 hour CVS down the street, which came in handy when I needed an energy drink at a random hour. I walked to the El Rey Theatre (1.5 miles) for a show, the route to which had me pass right by LACMA. Melrose, and all its quirky shops (and my friend’s art galleries) is also only 1.5 miles away. Amoeba Music is a bit more of a haul at around 3 miles away, but that’s still not bad being that most days are beautiful. Also, less than half a mile up from Melrose is Hollywood Boulevard, which you want to walk down anyway. The hotel’s whiskey happy hour is a brilliant idea, as it allows a variety of folks staying at the Farmer’s Daughter to meet, making us less strangers, and more friends, while staying there. Overall, my experience at the Farmer’s Daughter was fantastic, and I plan on staying there again the next time I hit LA. Pro Tip: If you’re getting there from the airport during peak traffic hours, Uber has a flat rate of $65 for the ride (if a friend has an Uber promo code you can knock $20 off of that). If, however, your ride will be during off hours (like my ride to the airport at 7:45am on a Sunday), ask the hotel to call you a cab the day before. It will only be around $45 for the ride.
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