Archive for May 1st, 2013

EDITORIAL: Pryde and Prejudice. A Morals and Orals Quarrel

Noisey columnist, Kitty Pryde, has taken the stand in defense of her friend and current tour mate, Danny Brown, on account of “The Thing,” an incident that took place on stage at one of their shows in Minneapolis on Friday, April 26. Danny Brown reportedly had his pants pulled down by a woman in the […]

The Color Morale Stream Acoustic Cover Of “Too Close”

Members of The Color Morale recently sat down with Hot Topic to perform an acoustic cover of Alex Clare’s “Too Close” for an episode of Hot Sessions. You can stream that cover by taking a look below the jump. The band is currently on tour and will be on the road for the month of […]

Cartel Announce Headlining Tour Dates

Cartel have announced that they will be headlining some of the tour dates they have this coming June. You can check out a list of those dates by taking a look below the jump. Before that tour, they will be on the road with bands like New Found Glory, State Champs, Fireworks and Veara. You […]

STREAM: Stickup Kid – “The Depths Of Me”

Stickup Kid partnered up with Alternative Press to stream their brand new single, “The Depths Of Me.” The song will be featured on their upcoming album, Future Fire, which is currently set to hit stores July 9 via Adeline Records. You can check out the new song by taking a look below the jump. If […]

James Blake

WATCH: James Blake Performs “Retrograde” Live in Studio

James Blake recently stopped by the KCRW studios in Santa Monica, California to perform a few songs for a group of lucky individuals. If you live in the area and didn’t make the guest list, don’t sweat it. KRCW and NPR was nice enough to record Blake’s appearance, and deliver us a live version of […]

WATCH: Phoenix – Live On Letterman (Full Set)

Every now and then, David Letterman is kind enough to do more than just be our least favorite talk show host and let some (usually) cool bands play full length sets for his audience. The Foo Fighters in suits come to mind (complete with their rad performance of “Stacked Actors,” which may be my favorite […]

Tyler, The Creator Gets His Mountain Dew Ad Pulled For Racism

Corporate racism is an interesting beast to tackle, because so much of it is subtle that you wonder if it’s actual racism. Certain prejudices and stereotypes are so deep rooted in our culture that a lot of people don’t even notice them, or understand the struggle, so that some will end up sitting around asking […]

Light Years Announce Debut Album ‘I Won’t Hold This Against You’

Pop punk outfit, Light Years, have announced plans to release their debut full length, I Won’t Hold This Against You, on June 11 through Paper + Plastick. Pre-orders for I Won’t Hold This Against You launched today alongside the album announcement. P+P are handling the vinyl pressing. A CD release in the US will come […]

FOR THE LOVE OF FILM: The Man With The Iron Fists

For The Love Of Film is a weekly column from film nerd and lover of all movies Justin Proper. Sometimes you need some help to figure out how to enjoy movies, and we are here to help! No longer will you need to fear movie night because your friends have no taste in film. With this […]

Antique Records To Release The Front Bottoms’ New Album On Limited Edition Cassette

Boston’s Antique Records have partnered with Bar/None to release a limited edition pressing of The Front Bottoms’ new album, Talon Of The Hawk, on cassette. The release is limited to 100 copies split between 3 variants (red, white, and blue). Pre-orders for the album launched at noon today and have been going extremely fast, with […]

STREAM: Giraffes? Giraffes! / Goddard 10″ Split

File this under a split I love just as much as the Pianos Become The Teeth / Touche Amore split. Massachusetts rock band Goddard and famed math rockers Giraffes? Giraffes! have digitally released their new 10″ split (which appears to be aptly titled 10″), with two new songs from Goddard and one from G?G!. The […]

Lil Wayne Issues Apology to Emmett Till’s Family

Lil Wayne has issued a direct apology to the family of slain Chicago teenager Emmett Till for using insensitive lyrics in Future’s song “Karate Chop (Remix).” Read the statement to Till’s family and comment if you think changing the lyrics was the right thing to do. Wayne acknowledging the family’s feelings on the matter was […]