New Found Glory Premiere ’90s-Influenced Music Video For “Stubborn”

Pop-punk legends New Found Glory have been around for almost a decade and a half, putting their first record out back in 1999 (Nothing Gold Can Stay). During the era of their inception, music videos were huge on television, specifically on MTV, with programs that would air them in long blocks. To pay homage, the […]


Stream Braid’s First Album in 16 Years, ‘No Coast’

The Midwestern emo scene was not only one of the most important waves in the ’90s, but one of the most important waves to this day. Chicago got lucky when Braid started up back then, and we are similarly lucky to have them making a return to the scene today. No Coast, their first full-length album […]

Mark Hoppus

Mark Hoppus Announces New Side Project With Producer Chris Holmes

Generation Y rejoice! This afternoon, everyone’s favorite punk Mark Hoppus took to Twitter to announce a new side project called Nothing and Nobody. Rounded out by engineer/producer Chris Holmes, the duo has joined forces with Purevolume to unveil their first track, a rip-roaring remix of Nova Rockafeller‘s “1990s.” According to Hoppus’ tweets, Nothing and Nobody […]


‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Sequel in the Works

It’s been two decades since the 1993 hit Mrs. Doubtfire first hit screens, and now, seemingly out of nowhere, it’s going to get a sequel. Director Chris Columbus and Robin Williams will return and Elf writer David Berenbaum will be penning the script. The original film saw Williams, a struggling actor and newly divorced father, take on the persona […]


K’s Choice To Release Album, Tour In 2013 and Cover Damien Rice’s Cannonball

No 90’s revival would be complete without a reunion from the often overlooked K’s Choice. As of September 18, Little Echoes and Echo Mountain have been released in the United States. (Both can be found on ITunes). This marks the first new material available in the states in over a decade. The band’s website and […]