Archive for July 19th, 2013

Vampire Weekend Cover Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”

Vampire Weekend covered one of Robin Thicke’s latest singles, “Blurred Lines,” on BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge. It sounds like they had a fun time singing it, you can take a listen to the cover by heading right here. The band has a number of tour dates coming up this month and through November. Be […]

Next Generation Fest Delayed By Four Months

The promoter for this year’s Next Generation Fest announced today that the music festival that was scheduled to kick off in Sao Paulo next week has to be postponed until December. No specific reason was given, only that the decision was made by the organizers of the festival, Web Rockers. Take a look at the […]

Norma Jean Stream “Family Bike Wreck” B-Side

Norma Jean have released a leftover from their forthcoming album to keep fans chomping at the bit for new material. If you needed a reason to go absolutely apeshit crazy, this is it. “Family Bike Wreck” joins a long line of hilariously fantastic song titles from the almighty Norma Jean. This track, which runs seventy-six […]

Vic Mensa Releases “Hollywood LA” Video

Up and coming California-bred rapper Vic Mensa has released the official video for his latest single, “Hollywood LA.” Take five seconds and think of 3 things that come to mind when someone says “Hollywood” or “LA.” If you guessed any combination money, mansions, gorgeous women, drugs, parties, beautiful views, and/or ego, you’ve probably already got […]

ALBUM STREAM: Karnivool – ‘Asymmetry’

Progressive rock outfit Karnivool are streaming their forthcoming full-length, Asymmetry, in its entirety exclusively through Guitar World over two weeks ahead of its North American release date. The record officially hits stores August 6 via Density Records, but pre-orders featuring a CD and bonus DVD are currently available here. Head over to Guitar World to […]

Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin Make “Harrison Ford” Really Pretty

We’ve been anxiously awaiting Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin‘s new album for quite some time and we’ll finally have it on September 17 via Polyvinyl, but until Fly By Wire releases, we get by easily with the tracks they’ve released thus far. “Nightwater Girlfriend” was a nice taste of the new release, but now […]

Jaymes Young Continues To Amaze Us With “Fragments”

Oh, Jaymes Young, how we love thee. The former Seattle boy, now LA-based crooner has revealed a new track entitled “Fragments” and again he makes our heart skip beats with a beautifully crafted gem (co-produced by Mike Fresh) following the previous hit, “Hold You Down.” You can stream the track via Soundcloud after the jump […]

STREAM: Glass Animals – “Black Mambo” (Zodiac Remix)

We’re still spinning the original “Black Mambo” from the elusive Oxford foursome, Glass Animals, but now this sexy remix from Toronto-based producer Zodiac gives us a new way to enjoy this silky smooth and soulful cut. Not departing too much from the source material, Zodiac adds even more atmosphere and eerie vibes to the already […]

STREAM: Arsonists Get All The Girls – “Play The Sheep”

Need some pure insanity on your Friday evening? As usual, Santa Cruz’s Arsonists Get All The Girls have you covered with some chaotic vocals and keyboard infused grindcore. “Play The Sheep” is much longer than the previously released 46-second track, “Beast Fist,” this time nearly breaching two and a half minutes. The track comes off […]

LYRIC VIDEO: Dance Gavin Dance – “The Robot With Human Hair Pt. 4”

With an insane amount of anticipation surrounding their forthcoming full-length, Acceptance Speech, Dance Gavin Dance have finally released the album’s leading single. Entitled “The Robot with Human Hair pt. 4,” the long-awaited first taste of the band’s sound with ex-Tides of Man vocalist Tilian Pearson and its accompanying lyric video can be found after the […]

Hevy Music Fest 2013 Canceled

The organizers of the annual festival known as Hevy Fest have unfortunately announced today that they will have to cancel this year’s festivities. From their announcement, it has to do with the venue change, even though they were attempting to continue the festival without areas for fans to camp. You can read the official statement […]

The Amity Affliction’s Vocalist Is Ill, Missing Multiple Warped Dates

According to the band’s official Facebook page, Joel, the lead vocalist of The Amity Affliction, has fallen ill and will be unable to perform at the next few upcoming Warped Tour dates. In his absence, Sam of Architects and Chris of Like Moths To Flames will be singing his parts. Take a look below for […]