Joey Sturgis To Host Free CreativeLive Workshop

Renowned metal producer Joey Sturgis, best known for his work behind the boards on releases from Asking Alexandria and Of Mice & Men, has revealed he will be hosting a free CreativeLive workshop. Starting on February 4 and concluding on February 6 (from 9 am to 4 pm PST each day), the online class will […]

Caleb Shomo Signs With The Artery Foundation

Former Attack Attack! frontman Caleb Shomo announced today that he has signed on with The Artery Foundation. Congratulations to Shomo on this special event! Be sure to read the message from The Artery Foundation below and watch out for more information on his projects Class/Beartooth in the near future. Check out a new stream of […]

?uestlove’s New Job: NYU Professor

Ahmir “?uestlove” Thompson, the producer and drummer most famed for being the leader of hip hop band The Roots, has a new job. In addition to being a session musician and band leader for the Philadelphia based band that doubles as Jimmy Fallon’s house band, the drummer will be teaching a class at NYU. The […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Victory Lap

2012 XXL Freshman Class star Macklemore has released his new music video for “Victory Lap,” which comes off of the XXL mixtape (hosted by DJ Whoo Kid, Diddy & T.I.), and features Ryan Lewis. Watch Macklemore take a step back in time to chronicle all the accomplishments over the years. It is truly a fun […]

Awolnation Headlining Fall Harvest Tour

Awolnation will be headlining The Fall Harvest Tour with support from Middle Class Rut and Twin Atlantic. This tour will be kicking off November 2 in Bakersfield, CA and coming to a halt on November 23. To view the list of shows and after the jump.

MOVIE REVIEW: X-Men First Class

“Taken as a whole, First Class succeeds admirably – it may not quite challenge X-2 for spectacle but it is great fun and unrelentingly entertaining. For all that the depth of its characters may have paid the forfeit of this unrelenting thrill ride, it’s a film that needs mass appeal and is better suited to excitement than analysis.”