Archive for December 5th, 2013

Jay-Z Ranks His Own Discography From Best To Worst

Jay-Z, newly enlightened vegan, has decided to rank his own discography from best to worst. What prompted him to do so? We’re not really sure, but nonetheless the short annotations he provided for each album is entertaining enough to check out the list. It’s not every day that we see musicians critique their own work, […]

WATCH: David Bowie – “I’d Rather Be High (Venetian Mix)”

David Bowie released his twenty-fourth studio album in March of this year, titled The Next Day. Eight months later he released an expanded collector’s edition of the album, which included seventeen new songs (if you’re not counting that some of them were on the deluxe edition of the album). One of the songs featured on […]

Andrew Lloyd Webber Says A ‘Cats’ Movie Is On The Way

With Les Misérables being not only a box office hit but a big winner at awards shows this year, it’s no surprise Universal is looking to do another movie based on a beloved musical. According to Andrew Lloyd Webber Cats will be getting a movie makeover soon. Webber recently did an interview with The Daily […]

Bryan Singer Hints At ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Film In 2016

For those of you who are nerdy enough to know the names of at least a handful of villains should easily know who Apocalypse is. For those of you who are unaware, allow me to introduce him. He is one of the top ranking villains in the Marvel universe, and first made his appearance in […]

We The Kings Debut ‘Somewhere Somehow’ Cover Art

After debuting a new cover song only this morning, We The Kings have additionally released the album artwork for their upcoming album, Somewhere Somehow, which is due out December 16. You can check it out by following the jump. The album, which until recently was titled Vitam Regum, is a product of the group’s incredibly […]

Typhoon Release Mesmerizing Video For “Young Fathers”

When you come across a band that has 11 members, you can expect their sound to either be incredibly unique and refreshing or reminiscent of 11 children throwing instruments against an aluminum wall. Luckily for Portland, Oregon’s Typhoon, it’s very much the former. White Lighter is hands down one of 2013’s best releases and the […]

Anti-Flag Stream Unreleased Track From First Demo

In twenty-plus years of playing punk rock, you’re bound to end up with a fairly hefty catalog of unreleased material. That’s certainly the case for Anti-Flag, and now the Pittsburgh punks are starting to make some of that material available to fans. One of these tracks, “I Hate People Like You,” is streaming now over […]

Nine Inch Nails Stream 77-Minute Concert Film

Nine Inch Nails are widely regarded as one of the best live bands in rock music. If you haven’t had the chance to experience the intensity of the industrial rock icons’ live show, you can at least get a taste of it with Tension. The 77-minute film features fourteen songs from the band’s November 8 […]

LISTEN: Arctic Monkeys Release New B-Side

As a B-side to “One For The Road,” the England-based band has released the track “You’re So Dark.” Mixing the band’s R&B influence with frontman Alex Turner’s sultry voice, the track is an excellent companion to the previously released AM. This new track is no surprise, as Arctic Monkeys have already treated fans to two previously […]

Tarynn's White Girl Dance Corner Featured

White Girl Dance Corner

Hello, and I hope you had a great Thanksgiving! #WGDC took a bit of a break for the holiday. I’m Tarynn Law, and this is a weekly column I’ll be writing that spotlights some up and coming indie pop/alternative/hipster/hype/buzz bands/you-get-the-idea groups that you should be checking out before they become massive. I mean, we all want […]

Into It. Over It. Confirm Support For Winter Tour

Into It. Over It. will be heading out on a full band tour in the Winter with support from The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die and A Great Big Pile Of Leaves. The tour spans from late January through early March 2014. Needless to say, this is […]

Shocker: Rick Ross Delays ‘Mastermind’

Rick Ross began teasing plans to release a new album titled Mastermind in January of this year. We knew it likely wouldn’t hit stores until fall, but it dawned on us last week that with only four weeks left in the year a proper release from the MMG mastermind was highly unlikely. Today he confirmed […]