Archive for September 5th, 2014

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Tigers On Trains Reveal “Broken Darts” From New Album ‘Antarctica In Color’

After releasing a small teaser a few days ago, Tigers on Trains are ready to premiere the first track from their new album Antarctica In Color, titled “Broken Darts.” Premiering over at AbsolutePunk, “Broken Darts” is a soft experience, featuring a wide array of musical instruments all providing the back drop for the stunning vocals […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Possession Of Michael King’ Is Thoroughly Unsettling

Film: The Possession Of Michael King Starring: Shane Johnson, Ella Anderson Directed by: David Jung If you have seen one movie with a title that begins with The Possession Of… then you have seen them all, right? If you had asked me that very question a week ago I might have agreed without a second […]

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STREAM: The Architects (U.S.) Release Rock ‘N’ Roll Sequel With “Border Wars Episode II”

The second installment of the five-part Border Wars series from Kansas City’s The Architects began streaming exclusively via Alternative Press today. The band known for melding riffs so rock ‘n’ roll that you get punched in the gut and melodies so infectious you get your heart stolen has done it again with the second edition […]

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Riot Fest Release Chicago and Denver Set Times

The moment is finally here — we can all start budgeting and planning our weekends for Chicago and Denver Riot Fest stops. The greatest punk rock show in North America, Riot Fest has a stacked lineup at both festivals including the likes of The Cure, Slayer, The National, The Flaming Lips, Weezer, Say Anything, Taking […]

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HOLY SH!T: Atreyu Drop New Track, “So Others May Live”

Just when you think today is a normal Friday for new music, one of the most buzzed-about reunions of 2014 hit you with a brand new track. That’s right, post-hardcore legends Atreyu have dropped a new tune and it’s one of the band’s heaviest numbers in recent memory. The track, “So Others May Live,” is […]

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STREAM: Karen O’s Lo-Fi Solo Effort, ‘Crush Songs’

One of rock ‘n’ roll’s finest frontwomen, Karen O, is streaming her brand new solo record, Crush Songs, now. The album, which is due out Sept 9 on Julian Casablancas‘ imprint label Cult Records, is a slew of lo-fi and mysical numbers written and recorded between 2006 and 2007 but held for release until now. […]

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Stream American Hi-Fi’s Blistering New Record, ‘Blood & Lemonade’ Now

American Hi-Fi, the band best known for bringing us the infectious single “Flavor of the Weak,” is streaming its brand new record, Blood & Lemonade, now via Redbull Music. The record, which is the band’s first in four years, is a rejuvenating and dynamic listen from a band clearly getting better with age. Songs like […]

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Former Beatle To Be Honored At Star-Studded Tribute Concert

George Harrison, former Beatle and globally celebrated musician, will be honored later this month in a one-night tribute concert. According to Consequence of Sound, artists the likes of The Killers’ Brandon Flowers, members of Weezer, “Weird” Al Yankovic, Brian Wilson, Norah Jones, members of The Strokes, Cold War Kids, Spoon’s Britt Daniel, and members of […]

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New ‘Horrible Bosses 2’ Trailer Introduces Chris Pine To A Life Of Crime

We have been talking a lot about the fast-approaching movie awards season and the many films that will debut in coming months as a result, but the fall will also host a slew of new comedies that hope to save the genre’s lackluster 2014 box office performance. Dumb and Dumber To is arguably the most […]

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Sounds Of The (Down) Underground Vol. 2: Five More Australian Acts You Should Be Listening To

Australia has a proud history of punching above its weight, musically speaking. This is particularly true when it comes to acts operating in the heavier music spectrum. With the seemingly endless advances in streaming and social media technologies making the ears of the world more accessible than ever, the Australian independent scene is thriving. The […]

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‘Spring’ Trailer: The Girl Of Your Dreams Is More Than Meets The Eye

Death has a funny way of making the living realize everything they are doing in their own lives is probably a mistake. Maybe it’s the fact that the death of anyone reminds us of our own impending doom, or maybe it’s because we suddenly understand how precious time actually is, but whatever the case death […]

The Longest Week Movie Review 2014

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Longest Week’ Is A Wes Anderson Film Without The Whimsy

Film: The Longest Week Starring: Jason Bateman, Billy Crudup Directed by: Peter Glanz While watching this oft-times lifeless tale about the bourgeoisie never growing up, I imagined a universe in which Wes Anderson and author Jonathan Ames may have met and collaborated. Anderson being the indie favorite director of such visually delectable films as The […]