Archive for February 15th, 2011

Review: The Sound Of Dubstep 2

The Ministry Of Sound have returned with their latest dubstep compilation. Unfortunately, the near inescapable exposure the genre has received over the past year makes the need for releases such as this almost non-existent…Or does it? Click through to find out!

Stream a new Human Abstract song

The Human Abstract are currently premiering a new song entitled, “Complex Terms,” here. How do you think this release will compare to the band’s prior work?

Chelsea Grin reveal album title

Chelsea Grin have announced they will release My Damnation later this year through Artery Recordings/Razor & Tie. Very little additional information has been released, but details are expected to surface soon.

Music video: Hoodie Allen

Love discovering new hip hop talent? Click through to check out Hoodie Allen’s video for “You Are Not A Robot” and discover your next musical obsession!

Lil’ Kim desperately decapitates Nicki Minaj

In an attempt to make kids Google her to find out the last time she was relevant, Lil’ Kim has released the cover her upcoming mixtape, Black Friday. Why is this news you ask? Because Kim’s cover depicts her beheading Nicki Minaj. Check it out, after the jump!

Architects tour diary

Check out some clips from Architects‘ tour diary of their recent European tour run with Bring Me The Horizon and The Devil Wears Prada. Watch it by clicking past the jump.

Sum 41 release live video

Sum 41 released their viral video for their title track Screaming Bloody Murder that will hit stores on March 29th. This video shows footage from the group’s live performances, goofing around and backstage. Watch it after the jump.

‘Vices & Virtues’ released date moved

Panic! At The Disco has announced that they will release Vices & Virtues a week earlier now. The album will be available on March 22nd now. You can still pre-order the album on their website

Deerhunter live performance on iTunes

Deerhunter stopped by the Soho Apple Store to do an in-store performance on September 28, 2010 that is now available for purchase on iTunes. Check out the group’s latest music video for “Helicopter” by clicking past the jump.

LCD Soundsystem on The Colbert Report

LCD Soundsystem stopped by The Colbert Report to perform their song “I Can Change” along with an interview they did with Steven Colbert. Watch them both after the jump!

Interview: Beady Eye

Check out the latest interview with Beady Eye by simply clicking past the jump.

Live: Theophilus London on Letterman

Watch Theophilus London‘s performance of his song “Why Even Try” featuring Sara Quin of Tegan and Sara on David Letterman by clicking past the jump.