Archive for January 19th, 2015

Punchline Releasing New Music In 2015

Punchline are true legends in the pop-punk genre, sticking around for nearly two decades and releasing nine studio albums and various EPs in their time as a band. 2015 doesn’t look like the end for Punchline, as they have released a video on their Facebook page teasing a new release titled Thrilled. Thrilled is most likely the […]

All Get Out Teasing New Music

All Get Out have certainly taken their time in releasing a follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut record The Season, but that looks like it will all be changing in 2015. The band has released a fifteen-second clip of a new song via their social media, possibly indicating that their new record is nearing completion. […]

Good Luck Varsity Release Second Track From Final Album

When Good Luck Varsity was white-hot, they entered the studio to record their first full-length record. Countless EPs and years of progress led to that point and fans’ mouths were watering at the thought. Unfortunately, the band announced their split and the record was shelved for quite a while. Meanwhile, guitarist/vocalists Evan Baker and Ryan […]

Shapes & Colors Announce New EP, Release “Rise” Music Video

After a successful crowdfunding campaign, the Michigan band Shapes & Colors took off to record their upcoming release with producer Aaron Sprinkle. Months later, the band has returned with a brand new music video from the EP, as well as a release date. On Display will arrive on March 3, and meanwhile, fans can check […]

Stream Like Pacific’s New Self-Titled EP

Pure Noise Records’ new band Like Pacific are dropping their their self-titled EP tomorrow, January 20, but is available for streaming now on Alternative Press. This taste of Like Pacific’s sound is jam-packed with explosive pop-punk sounds and unforgettable energy. Stream the EP below and let us know what you think. If you enjoy what […]

Hear Quarterbacks’ New Jangly, Catchy and Quick “Not In Luv”

New Paltz, NY based indie rock outfit Quarterbacks are releasing a self-titled album on Conor Oberst-founded Team Love and Double Double Whammy on February 10. They’ve already given us a taste of what’s to come with “Pool” and “Center,” and after listening to their similarly infectious and fun “Not In Luv,” it solidifies their self-titled […]

Modest Mouse Offer Scenic Video For Low-Key Single, “Coyotes”

On the eve of No Cities To Love‘s much-lauded release, Modest Mouse has taken another step toward ending an album dry spell less than two years shorter than Sleater-Kinney’s own. The second single off new full-length Strangers To Ourselves – as melancholy a song as you’d expect on an album with that title – has debuted. Premiering on Interstate-8 […]

Mew Stream “Satellites,” Announce New Album ‘+ -‘

The most important Danish band of the last decade has broken their nearly five-year silence. And that broken silence comes in the form of a new single as well as an album announcement. Mew, who put out one killer record in 2009 entitled No More Stories Are Told Today, I’m Sorry They Washed Away // […]

TLC Are Trying To Raise $150,000 For ‘Final’ Studio Album

Following a career that has spanned more than two decades and 65 million album sales, TLC have turned to Kickstarter in order to fund what they claim will be their ‘final’ studio album. Yes, you read that right. TLC’s remaining members, T Boz and Chili, have launched a Kickstarter campaign seeking $150,000 so that the […]

The Smashing Pumpkins Share Video for “Being Beige”

After the release of a new album, Monuments To An Elegy, in the last quarter of 2014, The Smashing Pumpkins have finally released a video for the first single on the record, “Being Beige.” This video is nothing really to write home about, but it does have some cool concepts as well as neat shots […]

Nina Corcoran’s ‘Best of 2014’ in Music

If there’s anything to be certain of when it comes to music, it’s that you can’t control when it strikes you. In a year filled with violence, racism, disease, and political stumblings, our brains were in overdrive trying to do the right thing. For most, music serves as an escape. It articulates emotions and brings […]

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Wedding Ringer’ Runs On Fumes

Film: The Wedding Ringer Starring: Kevin Hart, Josh Gad Directed by: Jeremy Garelick Another January, another hit-and-miss comedy from Kevin Hart that was largely ruined by an ad campaign that showed far too much. Returning to theaters with his third starring role since last January’s Ride Along, Kevin Hart has blended buddy comedy staples with […]