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REVIEW: The Fall Of Troy rip and shred through ‘OK’ with purpose

Artist: The Fall Of Troy Album: OK Genre: Screamo/Hardcore Label: Self-Released I know it’s cliche, but ignorance is bliss. Truthfully. Especially when it comes to music. Ignorance from hype and expectation. Without both of those mindsets, you’re allowed to listen to a new song or record in the most pure form. Now, obviously this is […]

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Diarrhea Planet “Let It Out” with new single from ‘Turn To Gold’

Diarrhea Planet is currently running loose all over America in preparation for their sophomore release, Turn To Gold. With great pleasure, we have a new song that will appear on that record, called “Let It Out.” In a short two and a half minutes, Diarrhea Planet does exactly that, by showing exactly what its made […]

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Stream Polyenso’s new record ‘Pure In The Plastic’ now

Before you get totally exhausted with electronic R&B, please stop and listen to Polyenso‘s new record. Formally known as Oceana, the Florida trio is here to destroy our boredom with a genre that has been dominated by bands like Glass Animals and Alt-J, and worn out by so many others. With its first album under […]

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Saosin share first new single from comeback album with Anthony Green

Since the first mention of Saosin moving forward once again with Anthony Green at the helm for Skate & Surf nearly two years ago, the questions have remained: Will we hear new music? And when? Well, sure, I remember hearing some new cuts at Riot Fest two years ago. Well, now they’ve shared the video […]

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Drake & Future To Release Their Collaborative Album Tonight

The wait is almost over, everyone. The Six God has blessed us once more. After much rumor and speculation, Drake confirmed early Saturday afternoon that he has completed a collaborative album with DS2 mastermind Future. What A Time To Be Alive will be released tonight, September 20, at 8PM EST. You can view the artwork, […]

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Stream The New Album from Strung Out, ‘Transmission.Alpha.Delta’

The new album from punk rock veterans Strung Out is finally upon us. It has been nearly six years since the release of Agents of the Underground, and now we are able to check out the follow-up, Transmission.Alpha.Delta. Don’t expect any pulled punches from this band – they know what they’re good at, and this […]

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Blur Share “Lonesome Street” From ‘The Magic Whip’

The creativity of Damon Alburn never ends. This time around, his breakout band, Blur, is finally releasing new material. And so far, since the announcement, we’ve heard two new songs, and it has done nothing but increase our level of excitement. The third song, and apparently the last that will be shared prior to the […]

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REVIEW: Modest Mouse – ‘Strangers to Ourselves’

Artist: Modest Mouse Title: Strangers to Ourselves Label: Epic Records Genre: Alternative, Indie At this point in the career of Modest Mouse, any new music comes with some unfortunate but fair expectations. It’s nearly impossible to listen to a new album and not think about past work. But that doesn’t mean we can’t welcome change […]

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Incubus “Trust Fall” Into Us With a Lyric Video

So Incubus is back, and without mercy. Just the other day, the band shared their first new song in years, titled “Absolute Calling.” The song was no shock and awe, as it seemed to be a continuance of the most recent work from the band. But this time, with the release of the second song, […]

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Mikal Cronin Shares “ii) Gold”

This week has been killer, with new tracks from some great acts. The routine continues, as Mikal Cronin shares another track from his forthcoming LP MCIII. “ii) Gold” carries the fuzz and buzz on its shoulders, not unlike Ty Segall, whom Mikal has worked with a few times in the past, and it’s one helluva […]

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STREAM: Surfer Blood – “I Can’t Explain”

The lo-fi indie outfit known as Surfer Blood are back with their first official single off the forthcoming LP, entitled 1000 Palms. The new song, “I Can’t Explain,” really cuts back from the band’s traditional sound, slows it down big time, but still contains the feel-good vibes that are relentless from the group. The band […]

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Mew Share “Water Slides”

One of my most anticipated albums of this year is +- from the Danish group, Mew. It will be the band’s first album since 2009. A few weeks ago, they gave us the first track from the album, “Satellites,” and shorty after a video. Now, as a little pre-SXSW gift from the band, we have […]