Archive for April 22nd, 2014

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Steven Spielberg And Richard Donner To Head ‘The Goonies’ Sequel

Over the weekend, The Goonies director Richard Donner revealed to TMZ that a sequel to the 1985 classic is in the works, with Steven Spielberg once again penning the script. Peek below the jump to watch the full interview. Set in Astoria, Oregon, The Goonies centers on a group of teens who, while attempting to save […]

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Brian Marquis Releases New Song “Drink You Up”

Brian Marquis has released a new track called “Drink You Up” from his new record Blood & Spirits, due out May 13 on Equal Vision Records. Stream the new song after the jump. Reminiscent of England Keep My Bones-era Frank Turner, “Drink You Up” is an excellent, storytelling folk-punk jam. If you like songs like Frank […]

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Courtney Love Streams New Song “You Know My Name”

Courtney Love will be releasing two new songs, “You Know My Name” and “Wedding Day” on May 4 through digital retailers. You can stream “You Know My Name” after the jump. The song is just about what you’d expect from the Hole frontwoman, delivering a 3-minute grunge-rock jam with lyrics that are all too personal […]

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Go Back To The ‘80s With The ‘Ping Pong Summer’ Trailer

Michael Tully‘s Ping Pong Summer is an appropriately done coming of age film that just so happens to be set in 1985. The trailer shows it does have its comedic moments–I mean it is about a kid who gets into a ping pong competition and tries to learn breakdancing along the way–but at the same […]

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Lily Allen Shares New Track “Sheezus”

The moment we’ve all been waiting for is finally here; you can stream the title track from Lily Allen‘s upcoming record Sheezus after the jump. The song is full of name-drops and references to other pop stars including Katy Perry, Rihanna, Lorde, Lady Gaga, and obviously Kanye West, which might explain its non-radio release. While […]

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WATCH: Jack White Records, Presses, And Releases Record In One Day For Record Store Day

If you made a visit to your favorite record store on Saturday for Record Store Day 2014, you might have noticed that the lines were longer than they’ve been in years past. The vinyl fad is bigger than it has ever been before, and it shows. RSD 2014 saw artists and labels pressing crazy things like triangular […]

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Trash Talk Announce New Album ‘No Peace,’ Stream New Song

Trash Talk, everyone’s favorite Odd Future-crossover hardcore band, has announced a new record. The band will be releasing No Peace through Trash Talk Collective/Odd Future Records on May 27. The first single, “Cloudkicker,” can be streamed after the jump. If the new song is any indication, the band has taken a more focused approach to their […]

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ALBUM STREAM: Wye Oak – ‘Shriek’

We’ve been anxiously awaiting Wye Oak‘s new album, Shriek, for what feels like forever. But alas, finally, finally, it’s (almost) here. NPR has the album up for streaming in full a week before it comes out April 29 via Merge/City Slang, so go ahead and give it a listen. Shriek is the Baltimore duo’s follow up to 2011’s Civilian. Jenn Wasner […]

Minus the Bear

Minus The Bear Announce ‘They Make Beer Commercials Like This’ 10 Year Anniversary Shows

If all these anniversary shows have taught us anything, it’s that time flies. Minus The Bear will be playing a few 10 year anniversary shows in honor of They Make Beer Commercials Like This. The EP will be played in its entirety along with other Minus The Bear classics for two nights in Seattle and Portland. […]

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STAND-UP TUESDAYS: Josh Sneed

Stand-Up Tuesdays is a weekly comedy spotlight written by the wonderfully talented Angie Frissore. Covering both known and unknown comics, Stand-up Tuesdays is your new source for all things funny. This week, Angie puts a spotlight on Josh Sneed’s comedy career. If you or your comedy troupe would like to be featured on Stand-Up Tuesdays, please email utgjames@gmail.com. […]

The National 2013

The National Cancel Shows in Russia and Ukraine

The National are no strangers to the political scene. I mean, they did play at a fundraiser for President Obama’s re-election. But this time, they’re taking a stand against situations over seas, which sadly affects their international fans. They have cancelled three shows in July/August that were scheduled in Kiev, St. Petersburg and Moscow, due […]

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Saosin Announce Weekend Reunion Tour with Anthony Green

As most of you know, Anthony Green was the lead singer that helped boost Saosin to fame before they parted ways and Circa Survive was formed. After the news that he would be playing a reunion show with Saosin at Skate and Surf, the idea of a possible tour never rested in the minds of […]