Archive for November 20th, 2013


Incubus Teaming Up With RYOT To Raise Money For The Philippines

Since the typhoon hit the Philippines, tons of support has been pouring in from all over the world. The latest group to step up to offer their help is the rock outfit known as Incubus. The band will be offering up memorabilia items to those who decide to donate. The band is hoping to raise […]

Enter Shikari

Enter Shikari Hibernating For A “Long Winter”

Enter Shikari have been on the road constantly over the last year or so, and now it looks like they will be taking a break from touring for a period of time. The frontman of the group, Rou Reynolds, has posted a blog post indicating that the band will be hibernating for the winter. Judging […]


Springsteen to Release Album in 2014

According to both Billboard and Rolling Stone, Bruce Springsteen is prepping his 18th studio album to be released in early 2014. This will be Springsteen’s first record since 2012’s Wrecking Ball. “High Hopes,” a single from the upcoming album, will be released on November 25. It was recently confirmed that Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom […]

Warped Tour

Warped Tour 2014 Routing Revealed

Is it that time already? The routing for the 2014 Vans Warped Tour has officially been announced. Take a look below the jump for a full list of the US Warped dates, then be sure to mark your calendars. The exact venues have not been announced yet, and considering the venues can sometimes change year […]


LISTEN: The Hood Internet – “Infinite Starts” (Drake x Baauer x RL Grime)

As if Baauer and RL Grime’s “Infinite Daps” collaboration wasn’t enough of an absolute banger, The Hood Internet have taken the honor of turning it into an even more potent beast by mashing it up with Drake’s oh-so inspiring, rags-to-riches anthem, “Started From The Bottom.” The resulting track is begging to be dropped at shows […]

Title Fight 2013

WATCH: Title Fight – “Be A Toy”

Title Fight have released a video for their track, “Be A Toy,” off of their latest release, EP Spring Songs. I reviewed Spring Songs a few weeks back, and absolutely loved it, and think you will as well. You can check out my review for it, here. The video was shot by friend of the […]

Rick Burch, Jimmy Eat World

Jimmy Eat World Bassist To Open Microdistillery

In the coming months, Rick Burch, bassist of the world-renowned emo quartet Jimmy Eat World, will be teaming up with his long-time chums John Miller and Jeff Barlow to open a microdistillery in the band’s home state of Arizona. You can view a personal message from the creators at the bottom of this post, following […]


Cayetana Announce Tour with Waxahatchee and All Dogs

Cayetana has announced a small east coast tour with Waxahatchee and All Dogs set for January 2014. Tour dates after the jump. Earlier this year Cayetana signed to Tiny Engines. Their first LP will be recorded and released some time in 2014. Along with the news of their tour dates, the band also announced that […]

G Eazy

G-Eazy Releases “Far Alone” Video Featuring Jay Ant

Have you ever been laying in bed, smoking a blunt with your girl, when her angry Harley riding father runs into the room? This probably caused you to jump out of a window. G-Eazy knows that feeling all too well. G-Eazy just released his new video for “Far Alone” featuring Jay Ant. You can see […]


The Menzingers Announce Winter Tour Dates

The Menzingers will be hitting the road this winter with Off With Their Heads. Broadway Calls and Elway will also be along for the ride on selected dates. Click through to see the band’s upcoming dates.

Billie Joe Norah

Stream Billie Joe Armstong & Norah Jones’ Cover Album, ‘Foreverly’

Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones‘ upcoming duet LP, Foreverly, will officially hit stores on November 25. In case you missed the news before, the two of them partnered up to release a tribute album for The Everly Brothers. They’ve premiered the LP early though, and it can be streamed in full almost a week […]


Morrissey: ‘The World Won’t Listen’

Our friend Morrissey has had no trouble in the past speaking his mind when he dislikes someone. A great example is when he penned an op-ed about the late Margaret Thatcher shortly after she passed. He made it very clear she was hated, and he was not the only one who shared that feeling. Today, […]