Archive for March 25th, 2016

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Blink-182 confirm new single is coming in April, tease forthcoming album details

Blink-182 will soon return with new music. The band will push a new radio single—their first featuring Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba in place of Tom Delonge—in April, according to a new report from KROQ. Maybe April 26? [thinking man emoji] Lisa Worden, KROQ’s Music Director who has heard eight new Blink songs, teased some details […]

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Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties return with new EP, release “’67, Cherry Red”

Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties, the solo project of The Wonder Years frontman Dan Campbell, is back. You can listen to a new Aaron West track titled “’67, Cherry Red” below. The song is track one on Aaron West’s upcoming EP, Bittersweet. Judging by the narrative in “’67, Cherry Red,” it seems like Campbell is […]

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A$AP Ferg drops killer single and video for “Let It Bang” feat. Schoolboy Q

We’re less than a month away from Always Strive and Prosper, A$AP Ferg‘s second studio release. We’ve already been eagerly awaiting the album, and today’s release of “Let It Bang,” a collaboration with Schoolboy Q, has pushed our anticipation to a whole new level. “Let It Bang” finds Ferg and Q rapping about what them […]

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‘War Dogs’ trailer finds Jonah Hill and Miles Teller selling guns, trading barbs

It’s fair to say that most of us would love to make millions of dollars while we’re still in our 20s. Arms dealing probably didn’t cross your mind when it comes to jobs for getting rich, but that’s exactly what Jonah Hill and Miles Teller do in the newly released trailer for War Dogs. The […]

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You’ll need a hug (or two) after watching I The Mighty’s new video for “Slow Dancing Forever”

There’s nothing like a good cry. Until that cry turns into a sob. And then that sob turns into a bawl… I The Mighty have managed to take their already heartbreaking song, “Slow Dancing Forever” – one that’s only two-and-a-half minutes long, no less – and paired it with an even more heartbreaking and perfectly […]

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RYDER stuns on “Fade Away”

With vocals powerful enough to dominate a Billboard-charting single, it’s only a matter of time before RYDER becomes a household name. Case and point: “Fade Away.” A swelling epic that never climaxes in a traditional sense, the indie-pop artist’s first release of 2016 makes the transition from moody, contemplative slow-jam to lighter-raising, electro anthem with an infectious […]

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ is flat out bad

Film: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Directed by: Zack Snyder Starring: Henry Cavill, Jesse Eisenberg, Ben Affleck If I were to take Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’s text verbatim, then I’d be led to believe that a group of people with supernatural capabilities hold the power to defending the world from annihilation. Well, […]

REVIEW: O’Brother – ‘Endless Light’

Artist: O’Brother Album: Endless Light Label: Triple Crown Genre: Rock Get your ice packs ready, because you’re about to headbang relentlessly into the night. O’Brother return with their third LP, Endless Light, an album that is toned down from the abrupt heaviness of Disillusion and mixed with a little more light and air to make […]

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7fields releases stripped-down cover of The Strokes’ “Heart In A Cage”

Under the moniker of 7fields, Wolfgang Schrödl, ex-singer/guitarist in the now-defunct, German rock band Liquido, has released a cover of The Strokes’ “Heart In A Cage,” taken from the band’s 2006 release, First Impressions of Earth. In a wildly different interpretation of the Julian Casablancas-penned single, Schrödl strips the rocking source material down to an […]

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Enea shares video for new single, “21”

Opposite his debut solo mixtape, Detroit rapper Enea has released a video for “21,” a standalone single that’s dropped 13 years after Enea began rapping at the age of 8. The visual accompaniment to the single features Enea performing the song along with two acoustic guitarists (and a lot of They Live-related art on the […]

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Thrice return with gritty new track, “Blood On The Sand”

Thrice have returned, and it is fantastic. The band introduce us to their long-awaited ninth LP, To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere, with lead single “Blood On The Sand,” a gritty powerhouse that takes us from Major/Minor all the way back to The Artist In The Ambulance. Being the first taste of new material […]