Archive for February 19th, 2014

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WATCH: Maroon 5 and Jonah Hill Making “HJ Train”

In 2007, Jonah Hill broke out into the comedy world via films such as Superbad and Knocked Up. These titles would boost Hill into stardom and later allow him to become a “serious actor.” Before any of that happened, however, Hill made “HJ Train” a song about hand jobs. In a short clip featuring the band Maroon […]

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ALBUM STREAM: Gnarwolves – ‘The Chronicles of Gnarnia’

The Brighton-based punk act Gnarwolves are currently streaming their forthcoming release The Chronicles of Gnarnia, and you can listen to it for yourself by following the jump below. “This is a compilation of our first 3 records which the awesome dudes at Pure Noise were kind enough to put out,” read a personal statement from […]

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MUSIC VIDEO: London Grammar – “Hey Now”

The UK trio London Grammar have been steadily gaining momentum since the release of their acclaimed debut, If You Wait, last September. Earlier today, the group released a music video for their newest single, “Hey Now,” and you can view the mesmerizing clip in its entirety by following the jump. Currently, the outfit is scheduled […]

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ScHoolboy Q Debuts New Song Off ‘Oxymoron’

Yesterday, LA rapper ScHoolboy Q released yet another new track off his highly anticipated full-length, Oxymoron.  Smooth and unassuming, you can check out “Blind Threats” after the jump. On this newest effort, which is succeeded by “Man of the Year”, “Collard Greens”, and a handful of other gems, Q shares the spotlight with Raekwon, and […]

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‘Slumdog Millionaire’ And ‘127 Hours’ Trio Reuniting For Billy Jean King Biopic

Academy Award-winning director Danny Boyle, writer Simon Beaufoy, and producer Christian Colson are reteaming to tackle a biopic of tennis legend Billie Jean King. As reported by Page Six, the film will focus on King’s landmark 1973 “Battle of the Sexes” match against Bobby Riggs. Boyle unexpectedly attended a London screening of a King documentary […]

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Emarosa Announce First Show in 3 Years

As you know, Emarosa is back and rearing to go with their new vocalist, Bradley Walden. Yesterday, they announced their first tour in 3 years with Chiodos, Hands Like Houses, Our Last Night and 68. Today they’ve announced their first show in 3 years in their hometown of Lexington, KY. The band takes the stage […]

Nothing

Check Out “Endlessly” From Nothing

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of writing about a band that had just made their way to my iPod, and it has been love ever since. The Philadelphia rock outfit Nothing are a group of musicians that know how to push the limits of sonic parameters. Cranking their knobs up to eleven, […]

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Dum Dum Girls Release New Video For “Too True To Be Good”

Dum Dum Girls released an album we were quite taken with earlier this year in Too True. “Too True To Be Good,” a track off that album of similar name, has now been given a video to accompany. The video is flush flowers, which are bathed in by warm and cool colors in turn. Fireworks, lava, […]

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Big Boi Says There Is No Outkast Album; Announces Solo Mixtape

After nearly two months of rumors, Big Boi has confirmed there are currently no plans for a new Outkast album. Speaking with Revolt TV in a new interview, Big Boi explained that he and Andre 3000 are solely focused on tackling their tour plans at this point in time. They have not stepped into the […]

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Rick Ross Debuts “Nobody” Featuring French Montana

Fresh off the premiere of “War Ready” earlier this month, Maybach Music Group CEO Rick Ross has delivered the second single off his upcoming album. Produced by Diddy, “Nobody” pairs Ross with French Montana for a laid back anthem about what makes a nobody a somebody. It’s the type of track that allows emcees to […]

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Co-Founder Of Emmure Calls Band & Label Out, Threatens Lawsuits

Yesterday, Emmure announced the details for their upcoming full-length album, Eternal Enemies. The group has come under fire in the past for releasing offensive merchandise, and now they are receiving criticism for one of the song titles on the new album. This time though, the band has offended their ex-founding member, Ben Lionetti. It seems […]

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Knuckle Puck Stream New Song, “Fences”

Chicago, Illinois natives Knuckle Puck are gearing up for an exciting spring. The highlights, of course, are the band’s full US tour with English pop punk act Neck Deep, which runs from February 28 through April 5, and an accompanying split EP that will include two brand new Knuckle Puck songs. The first of those […]