Archive for September 23rd, 2013


Dystopian Novel ‘The Giver’ Gets A Film Adaptation, Release Date

One of recent history’s most beloved young adult novels, The Giver, has been given the go ahead for a screen adaptation and subsequent release date. The Giver from The Weinstein Company will release August 15, 2014. The film, already stacked with a powerhouse cast, will star Jeff Bridges at the titular character (better known as […]


The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne Gets Kicked Off Instagram (Surprise)

Keith Moon got kicked out of hotels. Brian Wilson got kicked out of The Beach Boys. The Beatles were kicked out of Israel eternally… and The Flaming Lips‘ Wayne Coyne gets kicked off Instagram. Coyne gets 50 gold stars (if Jack Black were his teacher) for his use of social media. Even if you don’t follow […]


MUSIC VIDEO: Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin – “Nightwater Girlfriend”

Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin have a crush on their hometown, and their music video for “Nightwater Girlfriend” is proof. Let the 417 represent as Midwest’s own Branson, Missouri gets the spotlight. SSLYBY are from Springfield, a 30 minute car ride from Branson, but they’ve been longtime fans of the town due to its charming […]

Kevin Devine

Stream Kevin Devine’s New Single “Bloodhound”

One of modern day’s most gifted redheads has just shared a new single and it’s more upbeat than you may imagine. Brooklyn songwriter Kevin Devine has released a new song from Bubblegum called “Bloodhound.” Stream it below after the jump. “Bloodhound” is, I’ll admit, not his most complicated songwriting. Known for some seriously articulate lyrics […]


MUSIC VIDEO: Frank Turner – “Oh Brother”

Folk punk hero Frank Turner is throwing out new videos left and right (like “Polaroid Picture” a few days ago), and his newest curveball is the retro “Oh Brother” music video that came out today. We’re not talking wigs-and-faded-film retro, but real footage from Turner’s past retro. Like, cassette-era stuff. You remember those, right? The […]

against me! 2013

Against Me! To Release New Album Next Year

In a recent interview with Elle, Against Me! vocalist Laura Jane Grace confirmed that the group’s sixth studio album, Transgender Dysphoria Blues, will be released in early 2014. You can catch the singer’s quote in question below: “Yes. It’s done. It’s mastered. We’re finishing artwork. It’s hard to keep in perspective that, “Okay, the time […]

Katey Sagal

Katey Sagal Signs To eOne Music, Announces New Album

Katey Sagal, who’s a well-known actress and songwriter, has signed to eOne Music, and announced her first album in nine years. According to the press release, the songs on the album will be covers of some other famous musicians. The album will be aptly titled Covered, and it’s currently set to hit stores November 12. […]

balance and composure

WATCH: Balance & Composure – “Reflection”

Balance & Composure are one of the kings of the scene this year. Their album, The Things We Think We’re Missing, was hardly missed by critics or fans alike as it’s made its way into the mainstream, being featured on bigger and bigger press outlets and selling out several thousand vinyl in advance. One of […]


WATCH: Zedd featuring Hayley Williams of Paramore – “Stay The Night”

Many people everywhere aspire to have Hayley Williams appear in their music and their videos, but Zedd is luckier than most of us to actually have had it happen. The Interscope electro house star released the video for their shared song, “Stay The Night,” today, with the song set to be on the reissue of […]

Atoms For Peace performing in Los Angeles.

Watch Justin Timberlake Cover The Jacksons’ “Shake Your Body Down (To The Ground)”

Justin Timberlake continued on his path towards owning every heart in the world by performing at the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge. He did his own hits, but even tossed in a cover of The Jacksons’ “Shake Your Body Down (To The Ground).” It seems everywhere you turn there’s Timberlake. Of course all these spots […]


REVIEW: Drake – Nothing Was The Same

Artist: Drake Album: Nothing Was The Same Genre: Hip Hop Label: OVO Sound For the last five years Drake has more or less been in a league all his own. So Far Gone catapulted him to the forefront of the pop-rap movement at the tail-end of the 2000’s with a sound many would soon imitate, and not long […]


A Day To Remember Launch ‘Common Courtesy’ Preorders, Warn Album May Be Delayed

The tale of A Day To Remember’s journey to becoming independent once more continues this afternoon as the band has just launched preorders for their highly-anticipated new album, Common Courtesy, in spite of not yet receiving clearance to release the album on its scheduled release date. Last week, our friends at PropertyOfZack ran a story […]