Archive for December 12th, 2014

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Long Read: 9 Songs From 2014 That Changed My Life

We’re getting fairly deep into December at this point, which means every publication and internet personality who considers themselves someone of influence are doing their best to craft clickbait worthy lists of the best things 2014 had to offer. Most of these features are crafted by a team of people pouring over scores and arguing […]

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Fort Rock Festival 2015 Tickets On Sale Today

The biggest rock and roll festival in Southern Florida will be back April 25, 2015 in Ft. Myers. Since the announcement of Fort Rock Festival 2015’s lineup consisting of heavy rock outfits like Slipknot, Godsmack, and Breaking Benjamin, fans have been patiently waiting to grab their tickets, and now they have the chance. General admission […]

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Patrick Stump to Fill In For Ben Folds On NBC’s ‘The Sing Off’

Since its creation in 2009, NBC’s The Sing Off has rostered some pretty well-known musical judges to officiate, and occasionally participate, in the show’s a cappella performances. To date, the list of celebrity judges is as follows: Ben Folds, Shawn Stockman (Boyz 2 Men), Sara Bareilles, Nicole Scherzinger, and Jewel. Now, NBC can add Fall […]

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Beyonce Unveils New Short Film, ‘Yours And Mine’

Recently hailed as the most nominated female artist in Grammy Award history (bagging a total of 47 as of date), Beyonce has once again gone above and beyond to provide her fans with more surprises this year. The icon recently released the deluxe version of her last record, and now, to celebrate the one-year anniversary […]

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Alkaline Trio To Continue ‘Past Live’ Tour in 2015

Back in October, Alkaline Trio announced a string of shows that had them play all eight of their studio albums in four nights in three cities, which included Los Angeles, Chicago and Brooklyn. But don’t fear, Trio fans, the band will be doing it again in 2015. The band announced today that ‘Past Live’ will […]

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Speak Low If You Speak Love Signs to Pure Noise Records

Earlier today, Pure Noise Records welcomed Speak Low If You Speak Love (Ryan Scott Graham of State Champs) to its ever-growing roster of rockers. The label will re-release the Michigan crooner’s debut full-length, Everything But What You Need, this coming spring, along with four brand new tracks. Painfully honest and unyielding from start to finish, fans of […]

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STREAM: A Skylit Drive – “Rise” (Acoustic)

​A Skylit Drive‘s acoustic album, Rise: Ascension, will hit stores a little less than a month from now. Over the last few weeks they have released the acoustic versions of “Pendulum” and “Shadows,” and now they have dropped a third single. “Rise” is the title track off the band’s previous release, and now its reimagined […]

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Meredith Graves (Perfect Pussy) And Kevin Devine To Release 7″ Split Next Year

​Split EPs are one of my favorite things. It’s a great way for artists to create more music without having to commit to a full album, or even a five or six track EP. It’s also an opportunity for them to collaborate with artists they may have never worked with before. It’s not even the […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Top Five’ Is The Funniest Film of 2014

Film: Top Five Starring: Chris Rock, Rosario Dawson Directed by: Chris Rock Taking filmmaking cues from everyone who has previously captured NYC and relationships with unflinching honesty, Chris Rock has crafted one hell of a comedic feature with Top Five. It’s a story about love, both for others and yourself, as well as a satirical […]

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No One Can Deny Chela’s “Handful Of Gold”

Our friends at Noisey are great at having their thumb on the pulse of what will soon become the ‘next big thing,’ and earlier today they did the world a favor by sharing the amazing new video and infectious single from Chela. If you don’t know Chela yet, don’t worry. There is still time to […]

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‘Tracers’ Trailer: Taylor Lautner Learns Parkour

Just when you thought the reign of cinema terror caused by Twilight Saga star Taylor Lautner was a thing of the past, Mongkol Major pictures has given the Michigan native another shot at the big time. This morning, the first international trailer for Daniel Benmayor’s Tracers found its way online. The film follows a NYC bike […]

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UTG Video Premiere: Wasted Wine – “The Post Office”

Fridays are typically slow days for music news, but thanks to our friends in Wasted Wine today is actually quite exciting. The band, which hails from South Carolina, has partnered with UTG to share the world premiere of their latest music. “The Post Office” is the first song off Wasted Wine’s upcoming 2015 release, Wasted […]