Archive for May 20th, 2014

Benji And Joel Madden (Good Charlotte) Announce New Band

Benji and Joel Madden of Good Charlotte will soon be embarking on a new musical adventure. Aptly titled The Madden Brothers, the siblings’ new band will release their debut album, Greetings From California…, on October 7 through Capitol Records. The outfit will unveil their first single, “We Are Done,” on June 2; it will be […]

ScHoolBoy Q Shares “Hoover Street” Music Video

ScHoolboy Q has refused to slow his roll since the release of his stellar full-length, Oxymoron, which dropped this past February via Top Dawg Entertainment/Interscope Records. Earlier today, the 27-year-old rapper continued to showcase his cutting-edge wordplay by sharing a new music video for his track, “Hoover Street,” which details his harsh upbringing on the […]

Stream Bad Luck’s Latest Track, “King of the Ring ’98”

Bad Luck have gained a lot of traction within the punk community since the release of their (shall we say, refreshing?) full-length, Cold Bones, back in October. So much to the point that they’ve gone on to sign with Tragic Hero Records to re-release an overhauled version of the album that includes new and re-recorded tracks. […]

Island Of Skylines Sign To Imminence Records

Earlier today Imminence Records welcomed yet another up and coming artist to their roster. Their latest addition is a post hardcore outfit by the name of Island Of Skylines. The band plans on reissuing their Fight Your Fears EP through the label later this year, which will include some new tracks as well as a […]


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 Myq Kaplan’s comedy career. If you or your comedy troupe would like to be featured on Stand-Up Tuesdays, please email […]

The Matches Announce Second Reunion Show

After tickets for their first reunion show quickly sold out, The Matches have announced a second show slated for Nov. 7 at Slim’s in San Francisco. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. PST Sunday, May 25. They can be purchased by going to Fans that missed out on tickets for the original show should be […]

Stream Bonus Tracks From Coldplay’s New Album

Coldplay released their new album, Ghost Stories, today, but if nine new songs of intimate indie rock aren’t enough for you, there’s more where those came from. Two bonus tracks from the album can be streamed after the break. Like the rest of the new album, “All Your Friends” and “Ghost Story” are products of […]

‘Happy Christmas’ Trailer: Because It Is Never Too Early To Be Depressed About The Holidays

Joe Swanberg is a filmmaking machine, and for his latest work he’s using a formula similar to last year’s indie hit Drinking Buddies, only this time with more of a holiday theme. Anna Kendrick stars in Happy Christmas as a twenty-something who has reached a crossroads in her life. Her longterm relationship recently ended, and […]

EP Stream: I Can See Mountains – ‘Gone Beachy’

If you are scratching your head right now because you thought I Can See Mountains called it quits at the end of 2013 you are not alone. The band, who released two albums prior to their initial leave of absence, have been almost entirely silent since announcing plans to disband at the end of last […]

Vanna Kick Ass And Take Names With “Piss Up A Rope”

The Boston based post-hardcore kings known as Vanna have released a second promotional single off their upcoming studio album. “Piss Up A Rope” is the kind of no holds barred, punch your momma in the face if she steps out of line track that has become a staple of Vanna’s recent releases. From the moment […]

Required Listening: Morrissey – “Istanbul”

The man we treat like a deity who goes by the name Morrissey has released a new song that further solidifies our undying devotion to everything he creates. Arriving online a week after the title track to World Peace Is None Of Your Business surfaced, “Istanbul” finds Morrissey channeling his funk influences through a groovy […]

Watch M.I.A.’s Flashy “Double Bubble Trouble” Music Video

Remember the end of last year when M.I.A. was discussing politics and performed “Y.A.L.A.” on The Colbert Report without going too too far? Oh, what a thing of the past. In her new music video, M.I.A. has gone full Tumblr on us and created a flashy, blurred out, GIF-ready music video for “Double Bubble Trouble” off […]