Archive for May 6th, 2014

Stream Closure In Moscow’s New Album, ‘Pink Lemonade’

Closure In Moscow’s long awaited new LP, Pink Lemonade, is now streaming over at Tone Deaf. After a five year wait, fans of the band can now dive into the fresh, schizophrenic sounds of Pink Lemonade. An eccentric collection of songs, the earlier post-hardcore inspired sound has been elevated into a new groove oriented explosion. […]

Three ‘Star Wars’ Spin-Offs In Development, ‘Episode VII’ Title Possibly Leaked

In a quarterly stockholders meeting, Disney CEO Bob Iger said that there are at least three Star Wars spin-off films in development, to be released along with the newly planned trilogy. While nothing has been confirmed yet, speculation has surfaced between origin films for Han Solo and Boba Fett. But, up until this point, it […]

Conor Oberst Adds U.S. Dates To 2014 Tour

Ahead of the release of his latest solo album, Bright Eyes’ mastermind Conor Oberst has unveiled a new leg of North American tour dates that promise to keep the folk singer on the road until the end of September. Announced this afternoon, just two weeks before Upside Down Mountain is expected in stores, the latest […]

‘Beverly Hills Cop 4’ Has A Release Date

Eddie Murphy still has a few tricks up his sleeve. At least, that is Paramount’s hope. Deadline is reporting that Beverly Hills Cop 4 has finally been given a theatrical release date of March 25, 2016. That is less than two years from this very moment, and as far as we know there has been […]

Anberlin Reveal Final Album Title, Track List, And Cover Art

Anberlin have announced that their final studio album will be titled Lowborn. The album cover art and track list can be found at the end of this post. Set for release on June 23 through Tooth And Nail Records, the band’s original label, Lowborn will feature 10 final tracks from Florida’s finest musical export. Instead […]

Listen to Yoni Wolf’s New Rap Mixtape

There’s a reason Yoni Wolf is awesome, and there’s no time like right now to learn why. This year marks 10 years since WHY? formed back in Berkeley, CA and won people over with their alternative hip hop. Now the band’s frontman just shared a new rap mixtape. Cue anniversary swooning. Yoni Wolf is going on […]

Netflix Releases ‘Derek’ Season 2 Trailer

Streaming juggernaut Netflix has released a trailer for season 2 of Derek ahead of the series’ May 30 return. Starring Ricky Gervais in the title role, Derek follows a big-hearted and fiercely loyal nursing home caretaker who, along with his quirky co-workers, struggle against prejudice and shrinking budgets to care for their elderly residents. The […]

Hear Camera Shy’s First Single “Spin Me” Featuring Members of Whirr and Nothing

Sometimes dreams do come true. Nick Bassett of Whirr and Nothing has joined up with Alexandra Morte, the former vocalist of Whirr, to form Camera Shy. The band have shared their first single and it’s the kind of giddy, bright, well-timed music you want for summer. Hallelujah. Shout out to Noisey for premiering their single. The single, […]

Manchester Orchestra

Watch Manchester Orchestra Cover Weezer’s “Tired of Sex” and “Say It Ain’t So”

In West Hollywood, California, Manchester Orchestra got the chance to surprise the crowd with two Weezer covers. Not only did they treat them to “Tired Of Sex” (the opening track off Pinkerton) and “Say It Ain’t So” (taken from The Blue Album), but they did so with original Weezer bassist Matt Sharp beside them. Watch […]

Watch First Aid Kit’s “Cedar Lane” Video

Stockholm’s First Aid Kit have already given fans one track off their upcoming album, and “Cedar Lane” marks number two. There’s even a video to go along with it. “Cedar Lane” is the second single off Stay Gold, which Columbia Records is dropping June 10. It’s coming a couple years after First Aid Kit’s last […]

Courtney Love Crashes And Shines In Video For “You Know My Name”

Do you wonder if Courtney Love came out about that letter found in Kurt Cobain’s pocket just so her name would stay afloat long enough to put some steam behind her new video for “You Know My Name?” Whether or not it was a marketing plan, Love’s new video is out and it’s what you’d […]

Wretched Stream First ‘Cannibal’ Cut, “Morsel”

To follow up 2012’s Son Of Perdition, North Carolina’s Wretched will be releasing their fourth full-length, titled Cannibal, on June 10 through their career-long label, Victory Records. Today, the band has premiered the first single from the record over at Lambgoat, and as it essentially sounds like more of the same from the deathcore quintet, […]