Archive for June 17th, 2014

Melt Your Brain With OK Go’s Latest Music Video, “The Writing’s on the Wall”

OK Go are irrefutably masters of their trade. Aside from possessing the ability to string together a radio-ready hook in the blink of an eye, the Chicago four-piece have also found a unique way to market themselves in the form of exceptionally creative, low-budget music videos. Take for example the outfit’s breakout single, “Here It […]

Riff Raff Streams “Lava Glaciers” Featuring Childish Gambino

The build up to Neon Icon continues this evening with the release of another new song from Riff Raff. “Lava Glaciers” is the latest in a long line of promotional singles to be released by Riff Raff in recent weeks. The Neon Icon cut features trippy production from Harry Fraud and a killer guest appearance […]

Glass Cloud Loses Two Members, Will Not Miss Any Tour Dates

Glass Cloud have been the crown jewel of Equal Vision’s heavier side for the last few years, but in all that time they have never had an update as big as the one released just a short time ago. Writing to fans on Facebook, Glass Cloud announced the departure of bassist Travis Sykes and drummer […]


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

Atreyu Still Teasing…Something?

Exactly one week after the brief #atreyu promotional video appeared on the band’s official YouTube channel, another cryptic video has surfaced. The video continues on with the same style as the last video to surface — being 15 seconds in length and containing a montage of sporadic footage from the band. What could Atreyu possibly […]

A$AP Ferg Streams “How To Rob The Mob”

Self-proclaimed ‘Hood Pope’ A$AP Ferg has shared a new promotional single with fans titled “How To Rob The Mob.” Going in over the Wu-Tang Clan’s “Tearz,” Ferg uses the verses of “How To Rob The Mob” to remind fans why he has spent the last year sitting on your favorite blog’s buzzworthy list. It’s not […]

Are You Ready For A ‘Scooby-Doo’ Reboot?

I swear the time between when a film debuts and when its reboot is first announced shrinks by the week. Deadline is reporting that Warner Bros. is in the very early stages of developing a new Scooby-Doo reboot. This is not a rumor or an alleged title, but rather a full fledged project with a […]

Dikembe Stream “Gets Harder”

Need a little angst with your afternoon commute? Fear not. Dikembe have delivered a heavy-yet-melodic take on their signature punk sound that is sure to delight. “Gets Harder” is the second song to surface off Dikembe’s upcoming album, which is currently slated for release this August via Tiny Engines (pre-order it here). The song feels […]

Jack & The Bear Inks Deal With The Arbor Agency And North Star Media

Today, The Arbor Agency has announced Jack & The Bear as its third signing to their Michigan-based management company. Hailing from the city of Bolles Harbor, MI, Jack is a bug-eyed, cocker spaniel, influential figure and diddly derider. The Bear, an acronym for the first four founding members of the band: Brandon, Evan, Adam and Reggie. […]

Busdriver Called In Danny Brown And Aesop Rock, Dropped A Killer Track

Busdriver, a west coast emcee with rapid-fire verses and fantastic references, is dropping a new record on September 9. It’s called Perfect Hair, it’s coming out on Big Dada, and it’s probably going to be great. The first cut is the Jeremiah Jae-produced “Ego Death,” and he’s enlisted Danny Brown (“the rap Marilyn Manson”) and Aesop Rock to […]

Lana Del Rey Releases “Shades Of Cool” Music Video

Keeping headline writers busy on the day her new album drops, Lana Del Rey has released the official video for “Shades Of Cool.” Featuring performance sequences, floral overlays, and a sleek classic car moving fast under city lights, “Shades Of Cool” hits every stereotypical point on the Lana Del Rey music video check list. It’s […]

Pinback Announce ‘Summer In Abaddon’ 10th Anniversary Tour Dates With Tera Melos

Indie rock got a prog update when Pinback first hit the scene in 1998. Fast forward to today and the San Diego dudes are still running fast, most recently having dropped the bright, upbeat Information Retrieved in 2012. Arguably their best album, however, is 2004’s Summer In Abaddon, an excellent showcase of Rob Crow’s distinct vocals and Armistead Burwell Smith […]