Archive for December 16th, 2013

You Blew It! 2012

Listen To “House Address” From You Blew It!

You Blew It! have released another new track from their upcoming album, Keep Doing What You’re Doing. “House Address” is a powerhouse mid-tempo track that brings polish and clarity, something that I found was lacking from Grow Up, Dude. More defined, much prettier, and a larger atmosphere, I think “House Address” is my favorite track […]


The Republic Of Wolves Stream ‘No Matter How Narrow’

Long Island, NY indie rockers The Republic Of Wolves will release their new album, No Matter How Narrow, tomorrow, but you can stream it in full right now over at AbsolutePunk. Three years removed from their previous full-length, Varuna, the band takes a much lighter and more melodic turn on No Matter How Narrow, and […]


Production For ‘Batman Vs. Superman’ Will Be The Largest To Take Place In Michigan

As we near the beginning of production for the tentatively titled Man of Steel sequel, Batman vs. Superman, we have found out that the shooting will be the largest the state of Michigan has ever seen. The Detroit Free Press says that the “Michigan Motion Picture Studios in Pontiac will play a key role in […]

State Faults 2012

State Faults Release Music Video For “Wildfires”

Resonate/Desperate, the sophomore LP from California’s State Faults is an unrelenting mix of post-hardcore and spastic screamo, but their new music video for “Wildfires” shows a lighter side of the band. Composed primarily of footage from recent tours, the clip includes beaches, desert hikes, and substantially more smiles than you might expect to accompany a […]


Beyoncé Releases Videos For “Drunk In Love” And “XO”

As you may have heard, Beyoncé dropped a surprise album on Thursday night. It’s self-titled, contains 14 tracks and 17 videos, and has been, by all accounts, an instant success. Reactions and reviews have been rapturous, and the sales numbers have been impressive. Beyoncé was already a pop superstar. After this, we need to consider a […]


First ’22 Jump Street’ Trailer Leads Us To Believe The Best Is Still To Come

After months of only hearing bits and pieces from set, the first trailer for 22 Jump Street has debuted online. Not much time has passed in the universe where 21 Jump Street took place. After making their way through high school (twice), big changes are in store for officers Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing […]


Chiwetel Ejiofor, Casey Affleck, And Michael B. Jordan Join ‘Triple Nine’

As reported by Slashfilm, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Casey Affleck, and Michael B. Jordan have joined Cate Blanchett and Christoph Waltz in the long-gestating crime drama Triple Nine.  Triple Nine, which is scheduled for release in 2015, will be directed by John Hillcoat and scripted by Matt Cook, for whom Triple Nine will be by far the biggest credit yet. Hillcoat directed […]


The Child Of Lov Dead At 26

Cole Williams, the Belgium born singer known to the music world as The Child of Lov, passed away last week at the age of 26 due to complications from a surgery. His manager confirmed in a statement to NME, “On behalf of the family and as his manager I must announce that Martijn Teerlinck, aka […]


This Could Get Ugly: Miramax Working On ‘Shakespeare In Love’ And ‘Rounders’ Sequels

Oh, Hollywood. When will you learn that not every great film must be followed with a needless sequel? It may only be Monday, but Deadline is reporting that Miramax is making the most of the week before Christmas this morning by announcing a new alliance with Colony Capital to exploit – errr, I mean further […]


Josh Scogin (ex-The Chariot) Premieres New Project

Well it didn’t take long for this to happen. Within less than a month of the final The Chariot show in Douglasville, Georgia, it looks as if the band’s former frontman, Josh Scogin, has already made steps towards new musical avenues with his new project, ’68. This news broke out via live performance video that […]

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Dave Matthews, Jakob Dylan Form New Band

Dave Matthews and Jakob Dylan (the son of Bob Dylan and vocalist for The Wallflowers) have joined forces to create the supergroup The Nauts. Also in the band are Bob Dylan guitarist Charlie Sexton, his brother Will Sexton, and Brady Blade (who has accompanied Matthews on drums in the past). The band has recently recorded […]


Tyler Hanan’s ‘Best Of 2013’ In Music

Personal year end lists are a beautiful thing, regardless of feelings towards the “best of” list’s annual, suffocating December deluge. Amalgamated and popular vote-based lists may filter out any releases that are remotely different, unknown, or unhip, but personal lists from trusted sources are a treasure trove of goodness, a ready-made shopping cart that can […]