Archive for October 13th, 2009

Bob Dylan’s Christmas Album Drops Today

Bob Dylan’s new Christmas album is available today! You can purchase it in a number of formats HERE

Enter Shikari get “Zzzonked!”

Oh look, another new music video:

The All American Rejects “Wanna”

Check out the new AAR video for “I Wanna.”

New Alexisonfire music video:

Canadian Rock > American Rock.

A Special Day To Remember

Look below for a quick peak at the packaging for the upcoming deluxe edition of A Day To Remember’s Homesick, out later this month via Victory Records. Look what came into the office today! from VicTorV TV on Vimeo.

This Time Next Year: album streaming

Starting today, This Time Next Year’s debut album Road Maps and Heart Attacks is streaming on their Purevolume profile. Listen to the whole album for free all week long! Preorder the CD for only $7.99, or wait until October 20th when it will be available in stores, or through any digital retailer. This Time Next […]

Five Iron Frenzy DVD update

No need for words, just watch the awesome happen:

Pavement Reunion: what to expect

Courtesy: Pitchfork In the press release announcing Pavement’s reunion last month, there was a line that stood out: “This tour is not a prelude to additional jaunts and/or a permanent reunion.” Now band member Bob Nastanovich has confirmed the “one time only” nature of the upcoming gigs in a Quietus interview. When asked if the […]

The Summer Set release video for “Chelsea”

The next big pop rock sensation? The Summer Set – ChelseaThe Summer Set (Love Like This OUT NOW!) | MySpace Music Videos

Swift and Jackson Dominate

Courtesy: Todd Martens, Los Angeles Times A fast-rising country superstar and a fallen pop icon dominate the nominees for the 2009 American Music Awards. Taylor Swift, who was the bestselling artist of 2008, leads all nominees for the fan-voted gala with six, including recognition in the artist of the year field. Yet in major categories […]

Jack White and Bono consider Rock’s future

Courtesy: Los Angeles Times, Robert Hilburn (see citation below) Former Times pop music critic Robert Hilburn writes in his new book “Corn Flakes With John Lennon (and Other Tales From a Rock ‘n’ Roll Life)” that after John Lennon’s death in 1980, he focused on artists who carried on in Lennon’s tradition, including Bob Dylan, […]

Rain Machine to Open for Pixies

Courtesy: Pitchfork After a triumphant run in Europe, the Pixies’ Doolittle tour is finally making its way to the U.S. on November 4. And now there’s another reason to look forward to these classic-LP gigs: TV on the Radio’s Kyp Malone will open select Doolittle dates with his solo project Rain Machine. If you’re unfamiliar […]