Archive for September 23rd, 2014

MUSIC VIDEO: Girl On Fire – “Reminds Me Of You”

Last September, the Seattle-based alternative rock outfit Girl On Fire released an album titled Not Broken. One of the tracks off the album is their single “Reminds Me Of You.” Earlier today the band revealed a music video for that song, which follows the band members in the aftermath of a large house party. You […]

STREAM/DOWNLOAD: Jon Bellion – ‘The Definition’

Today is the release date for Jon Bellion‘s sophomore full-length album, The Definition. We’ve been writing about it for weeks now in anticipation of its release, and now we’re happy to help spread the word about it. If you haven’t had the chance to listen to it yet, you can stream it in full below […]

Mat Kerekes of Citizen Releases Music Video For “Reach”

Early last month, Mat Kerekes, the vocalist for Michigan band Citizen, released a music video for his song “Forgiveness” from his self-titled solo debut EP, released back in June. Today, the talented frontman has released another video, this time for the third track, entitled “Reach.” You can check the music video out below. The self-titled […]

Angels & Airwaves Relaunch Website For Halloween Record Release

Earlier this year, Angels & Airwaves made a huge announcement on their Modlife website to its corresponding members regarding the band’s plans for the rest of 2014. Those plans included things like a website revamp, an ambiguous Halloween storyboard idea entitled “POET,” and highly-anticipated new music that Tom Delonge described as “a defining album of [their] […]

Damien Rice Streams “I Don’t Want To Change You”

We are still bouncing off the walls with excitement over the fact that Damien Rice is back in the music scene, and earlier today the singer/songwriter delivered a second taste of his new album that somehow managed to make our love for his signature sound grow. “I Don’t Want To Change You” is the second […]

Steven Soderbergh Rescored ‘Raiders Of The Lost Ark,’ And It’s In Black And White

Why? Because staging. The “retired” (from film, in that word’s very strictest definiton) Steven Soderbergh has been hard at work on another singular, Soderbergh-y project. He’s put the result, Raiders as you’ve never seen it, up on his website “for educational purposes only.” As a means of studying staging, Soderbergh has taken the Steven Spielberg classic (“this filmmaker forgot more […]

Microwave Release “Trash Stains” Music Video

Microwave is a funny name for a band, but the band who has that name could not be further from a joke. Hailing from Atlanta, Microwave have been a buzz band for the better part of two years, and earlier today they partnered with our friends at Absolutepunk to debut a brand new music video. […]

Listen To Four New Songs Off Trent Reznor And Atticus Ross’ ‘Gone Girl’ Soundtrack

The trio of David Fincher, Trent Reznor, and Atticus Ross is a collaborative group that has had a fair amount of success already this decade – they netted the Oscar for Best Original Score for 2010’s The Social Network. Not much has changed with their third time working together, as all three are primed for […]


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

Gerard Way Streams Debut Solo Album, ‘Hesitant Alien’

Since its announcement earlier this summer, loyal listeners everywhere have been eagerly awaiting Gerard Way’s debut solo album, Hesitant Alien. Now, on the first day of autumn, it seems that the wait is finally over. You can stream the former MCR frontman’s latest effort by clicking through the jump below. If you’d like to catch […]

REVIEW: Hail The Sun – ‘Wake’

Artist: Hail The Sun Album: Wake Genre: Post-Hardcore / Progressive Label: Blue Swan Records Here it is, the widely-anticipated new record from Hail The Sun, the progressive post-hardcore quartet that took the scene by storm with their Elephantitis EP in 2012. Since the release of Elephantitis, the band has been acquired by the up-and-coming label […]

RL Grime Takes It Slow On “Reminder” (Feat. How To Dress Well)

Henry Steinway has mainly utilized RL Grime as an outlet for his trap offerings not suited for Clockwork, but unlike the recently released “Core,” today’s release finds the producer entering completely new territory as Grime. Featuring How to Dress Well, “Reminder” is best described as a The Weeknd-esque R&B cut with sensual crooning and a […]