Archive for May 15th, 2015

Earl Sweatshirt Announces Monstrous Headlining Tour

Still flying high off the release of his latest surprise album, I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside, Odd Future MC Earl Sweatshirt has unveiled a slew of new tour dates that will effectively keep him on the road through September. The massive four-month run, which will visit over 45 cities and span three […]

Broadside, Old Again Announce Album Release Tour Dates

The guys in Broadside and Old Again have announced new tour dates that coincide with the releases of each of their new records. The tour, sponsored by Amerrickan Clothing Company, runs from late June through mid July and hits a large portion of the Eastern United States. There’s a good chance these guys will be hitting your […]

Sorority Noise Stream “Art School Wannabe”

Sorority Noise have begun streaming the lead single off their upcoming Topshelf debut, Joy, Departed. Bubbly and accessible, “Art School Wannabe” finds the Connecticut four-piece stretching their creative muscles, resulting in what is quite possibly their most concrete undertaking to date. The hooks are huge, the songwriting is top notch, and Modern Baseball’s Jacob Ewald […]

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UTG PREMIERE: Life Lessons – ‘What The Silence Meant’ EP

Oklahoma-based pop-punk band Life Lessons flourishes with their brand new EP, What The Silence Meant. The record has moments, like leadoff track “Hang Your Head,” where the band is utterly abrasive and emotional — the music jumps out from the speakers and pierces through you with every transparent vibration. And then there are moments on […]

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Demolishes Expectations, Elicits Yelps Of Joy

Film: Mad Max: Fury Road Starring: Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult Directed By: George Miller Every once in a blue moon a summer blockbuster comes and demolishes everything that lay in its path. Mad Max: Fury Road is the film that eviscerates the history of large-scale action films. It throws the gauntlet down at […]

Save Face Release “Brain” From Upcoming Split

New Jersey’s Save Face announced a split with Maryland acoustic act My Heart, My Anchor last week, and they’re back again today with a new track called “Brain.” The song, with accompanying music video, is streaming exclusively over at Absolutepunk. Unquestionably a guitar-led track, “Brain” gives us a peek at a four-piece iteration of the band, […]

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BB King, Legendary Blues Musician, Dies At 89

BB King, one of the greatest blues musicians of any era, died yesterday in Las Vegas. He had been in hospice care after suffering a heart attack earlier this year. The singer and guitarist, a Mississippi native, delivered over six decades of irrplaceable blues music; including Lucille, Live at the Regal, and his collaborative album […]