Meet Payday, the rising singer confronting the fleeting nature of youth & touring with Hayley Kiyoko
With rapper/singer Payday's 'Trips to Venus' EP out now and having just wrapped up a tour with Hayley Kiyoko and Lauv, we spoke to the rising recording artist about growing up in the music industry, nostalgia, and more.
The Used share venomous new single “People Are Vomit,” announce album Toxic Positivity
The Used have announced their 9th album, Toxic Positivity. Following the news, the band released the new single "People Are Vomit."
AFI reflect on creating their breakthrough hit “Girl’s Not Grey” 20 years later
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Sing The Sorrow, rock band AFI reflect on the history of making their breakthrough, hit single "Girl's Not Grey" and its music video.
Watch Hayley Williams enter a fever dream in Paramore’s new video for “Running Out Of Time”
Following the release of their sixth album 'This Is Why,' Paramore have dropped a trippy new music video for the latest single "Running Out Of Time."
Carlie Hanson wants your favorite local artist to open a show on her upcoming tour
For her first-ever headlining tour, Carlie Hanson wants you or your favorite artist to open the show for one night only in your respective city. Here's what to know.
100 gecs set the room ablaze with “Hollywood Baby”
100 gecs have dropped the fan-favorite single "Hollywood Baby," along with an explosive new video, ahead of the release of their forthcoming album '10,000 gecs.'
Touché Amoré reflect on a triumphant 15 years as a band
As the hardcore band Touché Amoré celebrates 15 years together, frontman Jeremy Bolm reflects on the group's success, their breakout album, and what's next.
5 takeaways from Josh Katz of Badflower’s Artist Friendly podcast interview
Josh Katz of Badflower joined Joel Madden on the most recent episode of the 'Artist Friendly' podcast, presented by Alternative Press. Here's what we learned.
5 Valentine’s Day albums to buy in the all-new AP shop
From Avril Lavigne to Kate Bush, these are the five best Valentine's Day albums available in the all-new AP shop, whether you're in love or in heartbreak mode.
Neck Deep return with the anti-Valentine’s Day anthem “Heartbreak Of The Century”
Pop-punk band Neck Deep have released their new single "Heartbreak Of The Century" along with a comedic music video that references several iconic romantic films. Listen to the new song now.
Josh Katz of Badflower to join Joel Madden on Ep. 5 of Artist Friendly
On this week's Artist Friendly podcast, presented by Alternative Press, Joel Madden interviews Josh Katz of the alternative band Badflower. Here's what to know about the episode.
Garageband Superstar Lauran Hibberd makes music that sounds like the 2000s again
U.K.-based '00s-pop-rock-inspired singer Lauran Hibberd captures the feeling of coming of age in your 20s on her debut album 'Garageband Superstar.' The artist discusses her influences and more.
How PLEASURES and Blur teamed up for a very Britpop-themed collection
PLEASURES co-founder Alex James explains how the LA-based streetwear brand's latest clothing collaboration with Britpop legends Blur came together.
5 takeaways from Awsten Knight’s Artist Friendly podcast interview
Awsten Knight of Waterparks joined Joel Madden on the most recent episode of the Artist Friendly podcast, presented by Alternative Press. Here's what we learned.
Jenna Ortega, Melissa Barrera, more fight off Ghostface in the new Scream 6 trailer
Sorry, Wu-Tang Clan: There’s another Ghostface “Killah” on the streets of NYC, as a brand new trailer for Paramount Picture’s highly anticipated slasher film Scream VI has been revealed ahead of the film’s official release on Mar. 10. The new visual, which wi...
How filmmaker Rhys Frake-Waterfield turned a children’s character into a killing machine in Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey
With Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey coming to theaters, writer/director Rhys Frake-Waterfield explains how he turned the beloved children's character into a horror movie.
Awsten Knight of Waterparks to join Joel Madden on Ep.4 of Artist Friendly
On this week's Artist Friendly podcast, presented by Alternative Press, Joel Madden interviews Awsten Knight of the pop-punk band Waterparks. Here's what to know about the episode.
Dana Why is genre-bending indie artist who’s building upon New Jersey’s musical legacy
Dana Yurcisin, who performs as Dana Why, talks about the process of creating his new genre-bending indie project and debut album 'The Lyre.'
6 takeaways from Carlie Hanson’s Artist Friendly podcast interview
Carlie Hanson joined Joel Madden on the most recent episode of the Artist Friendly podcast, presented by Alternative Press. Here's what we learned.
PVRIS flex on everyone with their new single “GODDESS”
PVRIS return with the new single "GODDESS," following 2022's "ANIMAL / ANYWHERE BUT HERE." Listen to the cathartic, dance-inspired song from Lynn Gunn's pop-rock project.