Archive for October 26th, 2009

Los Campesinos!: New Lp

Courtesy: Pitchfork We’ve already heard two songs from the new Los Campesinos! LP: the Best New Track’d “The Sea Is a Good Place to Think of the Future” and new single “There Are Listed Buildings”. Now, we’ve got the title, Romance Is Boring, and the release date, January 26 in North America on Arts&Crafts and […]

U2 announces yet another colossal World Tour

Courtesy: Pitchfork This past weekend, U2 let the world catch a free glimpse of their 360° Tour when YouTube streamed their show at the Rose Bowl live. This year’s leg of that tour will wrap up this week in Vancouver, but if you liked what you saw on the YouTube broadcast, you’ll get another chance […]

Morrissey Collapses During Show

Morrissey collapsed onstage on October 24th, just one song into his performance at Swindon, England’s Oasis Leisure Centre. The singer reportedly had trouble breathing during the concert, according to the Times Online, and he fell to his knees after completing the first song. Band members carried an unconscious Morrissey off the stage and paramedics were […]

3oh3! and Katy Perry are StarStrukk

…And tweens around the world go nuts…

Free Hellogoodbye MINI-EP!

If you visit their WEBSITE, Hellogoodbye has some free music for you!

Blinkumentary Trailer

The trailer for the upcoming Blink 182 documentary is now online:

City and Colour announce US Tour/Preseale

From Myspace: USA tour announcement (January 2010): PRESALE info We are excited to announce that City and Colour will be returning to the USA for a headlining tour in January 2010. (check out the dates at the bottom of this message) For the first time, City and Colour will be offering a members only PRESALE. […]

Sublime returns with new singer, despite controversies

Courtesy: Rolling Stone They weren’t billed as headliners on Saturday’s SmokeOut Festival, which rolled out pot-friendly acts like Method Man and Redman, Cheech & Chong, Kottonmouth Kings and hosts Cypress Hill, but there’s no doubt Sublime, featuring surviving members Eric Wilson and Bud Gaugh — with 21-year-old Rome Ramirez positioned where the late Brad Nowell […]

Them Crooked Vultures Album Release Date

The burning question that’s lingered since Them Crooked Vultures made their live debut August 9th at Chicago’s Metro has finally been answered: Rock’s newest supergroup announced today that they’ll released their self-produced and self-titled album on November 17th, a week and three months after the band of Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme, Foo […]

The end of NeverShoutNever?

Christofer Drew may be dropping the name NeverShoutNever! for his upcoming releases, but he wants your opinion on the subject. Tell him what you think and read an explanation from Drew, HERE.

REVIEW: A Rocket To The Moon – On Your Side

Artist: A Rocket To The Moon Album: On Your Side Genre: Pop Rock Label: Fueled By Ramen Every now and then a release catches you by surprise. When I first heard and heard of A Rocket To The Moon earlier this year, I quickly wrote them/him off as another Myspace sensation with a guitar, GarageBand, […]