Archive for March 27th, 2014

Fashion Meets Music Festival Announces Free Bands

I’m here at the Fashion Meets Music Festival announcement party in Columbus, OH. The venue is the Three-Legged Mare and the body count is high. The announcement was just made for the free bands that will be playing in the Arena District this August in Columbus. Headliners include Local Natives, Cold Wars Kids, New Found […]

The Ataris Hoping To Release New Music This Year

In a recent interview with Chicagoist, Ataris frontman Kris Roe announced that the Indiana-based quartet is hoping to release a new album by the end of the year. C: How do feel about the future of The Ataris? I know there have been a lot of setbacks and lineup changes over the years. KRISTOPHER ROE: Honestly, […]

WHY? Release “Waterlines” Music Video, Yoni Wolf Announces Solo Rap Tour

This year marks the 10 years since WHY? first formed back in 2004 in Berkeley, CA. The alternative hip hop group was started by Yoni Wolf, and today we have news regarding both. WHY?’s last album, Mumps, Etc, came out back in 2012, but today the band has shared a music video for the track “Waterlines.” […]

Little Dragon Announce US Tour

Swedish group Little Dragon are on the road for great things this year and they’re going to make sure to bring that goodness to a live setting. The trip-hop / indie-pop (no, they don’t jump rope while singing) band will be hitting up the US this spring and early summer for a short tour. It […]

CityCop Announce ‘The Hope In Forgiving’ Vinyl Reissue Pre-Orders, New EP And Summer Tour

Remember high school? Ashtabula, Ohio’s CityCop most definitely do, as shown by the lyrics to “X,” the featured track in this interview the band did with Impose Magazine. The post-hardcore outfit have announced pre-orders for their vinyl reissue of 2011’s The Hope in Forgiving and Giving Up Hope on Flannel Gurl Records. The release date for […]

Devo Announce 2014 Tour Dates

It’s been a year since Devo has played live, so those in one of the 11 cities on their upcoming tour better get out there and take it in. This mini-run is dedicated to the memory of their fallen member, guitarist Bob Casale. He passed away this past February from heart failure. The band plans […]

Watch The Trailer For Jesse Eisenberg’s Environmental Thriller, ‘Night Moves’

What happens when three radical environmentalists team up to take down a dam? Yes, this isn’t a question anyone’s ever thought of in the history of existence, but alas it’s Jesse Eisenberg’s new movie Night Moves. The Social Network star plays Josh, the leader who’s devoted to protecting mother Earth. He’ll star alongside Dakota Fanning […]

Against Me! Add Second Leg To North American Tour

Never a band to rest too long, Florida punks Against Me! have added another leg to their North American tour. The current run, which includes openers Laura Stevenson and Cheap Girls, will wrap up on April 6, and the new set of dates begins May 1. Support for the May shows will come from California’s […]

No Malice Proclaims “I am not doing another Clipse album”

In the early days of 2014 there was a rumor circling the net that Clipse had finally reunited in the studio and were hard at work on a new album with The Neptunes. Pusha T stepped forward said those claims were false, but he would not say whether or not plans existed at the time […]

Movie Review: ’13 Sins’

Film: 13 Sins Starring: Mark Webber Directed by: Daniel Stamm 13 Sins is the latest in a long line of unsettling films that prove there are very few things people are not willing to do in exchange for money. Making ends meet in 2014 is difficult for everyone I know, and that goes double (or […]

Stream Gorgeous Scores by Clint Mansell (‘Noah’) and Mica Levi (‘Under the Skin’) Now

Once tomorrow hits, there are two big films hitting theaters that could become blockbusters. Well, at least if they’re based on their gorgeous scores. First up is Clint Mansell’s score for Noah, the biblical epic directed by Darren Aronofsky. It comes out tomorrow, but the score is up on Spotify for streaming now. It doesn’t […]

Brian Marquis Signs To Equal Vision Records, Announces Debut Full Length

You may or may not know the name Brian Marquis, but chances are if you’re a fan of post hardcore you’ve heard of the band he used to be in before they disbanded. He was once in Therefore I Am, and after they broke up he continued on as a solo artist. In that time […]