Archive for March 25th, 2014

Elvis Costello Announces North American Tour Dates

Elvis Costello has a very busy schedule thanks to the huge tour he has planned for 2014. Those in the Midwest and South should be excited since he hasn’t toured in that part of the US since 1999. Before he hits the road in the states, he’ll spend April in Australia with his band The […]

Watch Jake Johnson’s ‘Let’s Be Cops’ Trailer

Was there a lack of buddy cop movies in Hollywood? There must’ve been because Let’s Be Cops was made and the trailer is out now. While it might not be as great as the 21 Jump Street reboot, it does star New Girl’s Jake Johnson and Damon Waynes Jr. so at least there’s already great […]

Stick To Your Guns Discuss Upcoming Album, Debut New Cover Track

This week is shaping up to be pretty kick-ass for fans of Orange County’s Stick To Your Guns. Over the last few days, the outfit has joined forces with Alternative Press to debut two extremely in-depth interviews in which they revealed that their fifth album, presently unnamed, will likely hit shelves this coming fall. On […]

Sumerian Records Releasing ‘Sumerian Ceremonials’ Compilation

Sumerian Records announced that a number of artists currently on their roster will be a part of an upcoming Florence + The Machine compilation. What is that, you ask? Well, each artist has recorded a reimagined version of one track off Florence’s Ceremonials album. The contributors include Ben Bruce of Asking Alexandria, City In The […]


Stand-Up Tuesdays is a weekly comedy spotlight written by the wonderfully talented Angie Frissore. Covering both known and unknown comics, Stand-up Tuesdays is your new source for all things funny. This week, Angie puts a spotlight on Hari Kondabolu’s comedy career. If you or your comedy troupe would like to be featured on Stand-Up Tuesdays, please email […]

Unreleased Nas Song “I’m a Villain” Surfaces

In just a few weeks, Queens rapper Nas‘ monumental debut album, Illmatic, will turn 20. To celebrate, a special double reissue titled Illmatic XX will be released and Nas will tour in support of the record. One of the discs features rare remixes, unreleased demos, and freestyles, one of which surfaced today. The song, titled “I’m a Villain,” […]

Pixies Announce New Album ‘Indie Cindy’

In June of last year, Pixies put out their first new material in almost ten years. After swapping bassists, tossing out new EPs, and kickin’ it around the world on tour, the band is ready to release a brand new album. Titled Indie Cindy, the album was recorded back in October of 2012 when they teamed […]

Chance The Rapper Drops Impromptu Track “Home Studio (Back Up In This Bitch)”

In celebration of his new home studio, the red hot Chance the Rapper dropped a new song for #homestudio-tweeting fans last night. It’s a brief track, two minutes of two slick, Yogi Bear and Ableton-referencing verses with a lot of Chance celebrating being back in the studio. Also, don’t forget that Chance apparently moved in […]

Banks Announces 2014 US Tour Dates

The Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Banks has announced a set of US tour dates ranging from March 26 to July 18. The tour includes appearances at Sasquatch! Festival, Governor’s Ball and Bonnaroo. Banks’ music first made waves when it was featured in a Victoria’s Secret commercial, and then was cemented into the R&B scene when she […]

Check Out Fucked Up’s 18-Minute Single “Year Of The Dragon,” Along With Its B-Sides

The biggest news for Fucked Up fans was the recent announcement of Glass Boys, the band’s summer follow-up to the momentous David Comes To Life. Matador isn’t unleashing that beast until June 3, though. The Year of the Dragon dawns much sooner. The wily Canadians’ annual-ish Zodiac releases continue to trickle out, with Year of the Dragon set […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Chiodos – “Looking For A Tornado”

In just one week, Chiodos will release their long-awaited fourth album, Devil. The Michigan-based group have been steadily premiering new songs over the past few weeks, and today’s glimpse at Devil comes in the form of a music video for “Looking For A Tornado.” The track is one of the album’s lighter numbers, beginning with […]

Stream S. Carey’s Gorgeous New LP, ‘Range of Light’

S. Carey’s Range of Light has been on my iPod for the past few weeks now, and I am more than happy for the rest of the world to share in its beauty with me. In what is my favorite release from the year thus far, Range of Light is an incredible journey that demands […]