Archive for February 12th, 2015

Never Shout Never Announce Details For New Album

Earlier today Never Shout Never teamed up with Alternative Press to announce details for a new album, titled Recycled Youth (Volume One). The album itself may be new, but the songs will be familiar to fans. All nine tracks are re-invented versions of various singles the group has had over the years. According to frontman […]

Crown The Empire Release Music Video For Cover of Ellie Goulding’s “Burn”

The recent release of Pop Goes Punk Vol. 6 has left a lot of bands with successful covers of mainstream pop songs, including Crown The Empire‘s rendition of Ellie Goulding’s “Burn.” This usually poppy and electronic tune derives a more slow, ambient rock and roll sound when in the hand of Crown The Empire, and now […]

Florence + The Machine Announce New Album, Unveil First Official Single

In case you missed it, Grammy-nominated indie outfit Florence + The Machine are finally showering us with new music in the form of their upcoming record entitled How Big How Blue How Beautiful. Florence Welch and her band have just officially announced that their third album is slated for a June 1 release date in the U.K. […]

Hostage Calm Announce Supporting Bands For Farewell Shows

When news broke out that Connecticut rockers Hostage Calm were unexpectedly calling it quits, the punk rock world’s collective heart shattered. But before riding off into the sunset, the band had to say goodbye the right way by announcing some farewell shows to show gratitude for their fans who have supported them throughout their seven-year […]

PUP Release Live Music Video For “Back Against The Wall”

PUP is one of the most impressive punk acts to take on the world in the past two years. From releasing their incredible debut self-titled album via SideOneDummy Records, to endlessly touring throughout the world, and releasing great music videos such as “Mabu” and “Guilt Trip” (to name just a couple), the band is definitely […]

Action Bronson Hops On Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk” Remix

If you have been anywhere near a radio in the past month you have no doubt heard Mark Ronson‘s smash hit, “Uptown Funk.” The Bruno Mars assisted pop hit has been the most played song at radio thus far in 2015, and early this morning we got a sneak peak at the official remix. Appearing […]

Dance Gavin Dance Continue To Impress With “On The Run”

Adding to an already acclaimed catalog of intricate rock goodness, Dance Gavin Dance have reaffirmed their unique presence in the world of alternative music with the release of “On The Run.” The first song to surface from the band’s forthcoming album, which is scheduled for release this spring through Rise Records, “On The Run” offers […]

MUSIC VIDEO: The Drake Equation – “Phoenix”

The Drake Equation have dropped a music video for their new single, titled “Phoenix.” You can check out the video below. Fans of the band will notice the group’s sound is different from what it was in their Variables EP. Their sound is more developed, and there is definitely an improvement in the overall quality […]

Action Bronson Shares ‘Mr. Wonderful’ Art, Streams Two Songs

With just over a month to go before his long-awaited new album drops, Action Bronson has revealed the official cover art for Mr. Wonderful. First shared across Twitter early Thursday morning, February 12, the cover art for Mr. Wonderful features a cartoon Bronson doing the splits and flipping people the bird. You might think that […]

Drake Shares New Short Film, ‘Jungle’

Amidst a flurry of rumors regarding his plans to release new music, Drake has shared a gorgeous and incredibly intimate short film titled Jungle with the world. Released through the OVO blog early Thursday morning, Jungle offers glimpses of Drake’s life. We begin in the present, with Aubrey discussing the state of hip-hop and his […]

Jack White Streams Cover Of “Blue Light, Red Light (Someone’s There)”

Later this month Jack White is releasing a 7″ single titled That Black Bat Licorice. The vinyl includes a b-side off White’s recent full-length, Lazaretto, which is a Harry Connick Jr. cover. The song is titled “Blue Light, Red Light (Someone’s There),” and it’s available to stream below. If you like what you hear, That […]