Archive for January 26th, 2014

Check Out The Bots’ Music Video for “No One Knows”

This summer I got the chance to see a slew of artists I hadn’t heard of but fell in love with instantly when seeing them perform at Barcelona’s Primavera Sound Festival. It’s a time when you’re allowed to be genuinely stunned by a new sound, a new face, and a new name. One of them, […]

Azealia Banks Begs Universal to Drop Her

Azealia Banks isn’t one to stay quiet. She picks fights with everyone. She lies and retracts her statements. Hell, how many months now have we been waiting for her album Broke With Expensive Taste after she’s set numerous release dates? Now she’s taken to Twitter once more to bash — and possibly ditch — her label, Universal. […]

FREE MP3: Migos – “Flexin”

Migos have made new, free music a common occurrence over the last year, and they have done it once again today with the release of “Flexin.” Infectious repetition is key for Migos’ success. It’s what made “Versace” the song to remix in summer 2013, and it has powered every hyped track the outfit have released […]

Memphis May Fire To Release ‘Unconditional’ On March 25

Dallas, Texas rock band Memphis May Fire have announced that their fourth full-length album will be titled Unconditional, and it will see a release March 25 on Rise Records. The quintet recently wrapped up production on the album in Phoenix, Arizona, where they recorded with producer Cameron Mizzell, who also worked on the band’s 2012 […]

Waxahatchee Announces New Tour Dates

Waxahatchee (Katie Crutchfield) has announced a new set of tour dates (in addition to her already set ones) in support of her latest release, Cerulean Salt, which was released in March of 2013. Crutchfield will be joined on tour (for selected dates) by Superchunk, among others. You can view Waxahatchee’s tour dates below. 1/22 – […]

‘I, Frankenstein’ Falls Short To ‘Ride Along’

For a second consecutive week, Ride Along has dominated the box office. As of now, the comedy is estimated to earn about 21.2 million by the end of this weekend, and right behind it come the same films that came in second and third last week, The Lone Survivor, which saw 12.6 million, and The […]

The National Perform “Don’t Swallow The Cap” On ‘CBS This Morning’

In promotion of their new record Trouble Will Find Me, The National took to the Saturday Sessions stage of CBS This Morning to perform “Don’t Swallow The Cap.” You can stream the performance after the jump, courtesy of CBS. The National have been nominated in the Best Alternative Music Album category for the 56th Annual […]

BEST NEWS: RX Bandits Say, “we will indeed be making a new album.”

Oh, how I was awaiting this news! We all hoped it’d come in due time and we had a feeling that it would, especially after they more or less hinted at it last year. RX Bandits finally revealed on Saturday that they would in fact be releasing a new album as a follow-up to their […]

Prince Suing Bootleggers For $22 Million

Bootlegging nowadays is incredibly easy to do. You just need a decent camera and a steady hand, and you’re good to go. Most people don’t think twice about sharing videos shot at a live music performance, but it’s something that can still get you into a lot of trouble. While a lot of artists have […]

Stream A New Track From Prawn & Joie De Vivre’s Upcoming Split

The indie/emo artists Prawn and Joie De Vivre have announced that they will be releasing a 7″ split via Topshelf and Count Your Lucky Stars Records next month. The split will be released February 11, and you can grab a pre-order from either Topshelf or Count Your Lucky Stars. You can get a glimpse of […]

Kasum Remixes Yellowcard’s “Ocean Avenue”

Kasum is a New York based EDM artist who cuts his teeth putting together remixes of popular songs including music from artists like Smash Mouth, Green Day, The Fray and more. His latest project is a remixed version of Yellowcard’s “Ocean Avenue.” He added some heavy bass and electronic beats to the song to make […]