Archive for August 20th, 2015

The Wonder Years 2015

The Wonder Years Share “I Don’t Like Who I Was Then”

We are now barreling headlong towards the release of The Wonder Years‘ fifth full-length album, No Closer To Heaven. Thus far, we’ve been given two very promising glimpses of the outfit’s latest studio effort, and earlier today, we were graced with a third. “I Don’t Like Who I Was Then” plays out like a prototypical […]

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Coheed And Cambria Battle High School In “You Got Spirit, Kid” Music Video

Coheed and Cambria have long built a fanbase around the convoluted, fictional tale their seven-album career tells. Fans of comic book-influenced narrative and prog music have come together for well over a decade to celebrate the band’s highly-conceptual universe, but their upcoming eighth LP might be their most daring yet; The Color Before The Sun removes all mentions […]

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The Neon Hot Streak Continues: RiFF RAFF And Danny Brown Share Video For “Wetter Than Tsunami”

Whether you know him as Jody Highroller, the Peach Panther, or Neon Icon, 2015 is, without question, the year of Riff Raff. The illustrious Texas rapper is taking the hip-hop community by storm this year, and with several singles, features, and a full stint on the Vans Warped Tour, he’s getting hard to ignore. Check out […]

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Trivium May Be Preparing To Release Their Best Album Yet

Here’s a harsh truth that is tough for any industry professional to accept: Lasting more than five years in music today is an accomplishment for artists in any genre, but managing to stay relevant while changing your sound is something only a select few ever pull off. Trivium, for better or worse, have done exactly […]

Julia-Nunes

Julia Nunes Mends Broken Hearts With “Something Bad”

Julia Nunes is the kind of musical sensation that can only exist in the new millennium. You may not be familiar with her music, but if that’s true it’s likely due more to the amount of time you’ve spent on YouTube than her marketing efforts. Nunes leveraged the world’s largest video platform to build an […]

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Bare Bones Keep Aussie Punk Alive With “White Knuckles Black Tar”

One of the cool things about punk music is that it largely sounds the same no matter where in the world you happen to travel. The chords and lyrics will change, but the energy and passion that serve as cornerstones for the genre are always present. There is something embedded in that raw display of […]

Cousin-Stizz

Boston’s Cousin Stizz Should Be Your New Favorite Rapper

Our love for the creative minds of New England is as old as this site, but we’ll be the first to admit that Boston has only been home to a handful of notable rappers. Blame it on the “Dirty Water” or perhaps the legendary blue collar workforce, but far more great rock bands have hailed […]

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Beach House Stream Fifth Studio Album, ‘Depression Cherry’

Baltimore dream-pop duo Beach House are currently streaming their upcoming fifth LP, titled Depression Cherry, a full week ahead of its official release via Sub Pop Records. You can listen to the hypnotic new effort below courtesy of NPR. In a press release, Beach House explain the direction on their newest release: “In general, this […]