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Lil Nas X INDUSTRY BABY

Lil Nas X unveils new song “INDUSTRY BABY” featuring Jack Harlow—watch

If Lil Nas X hasn’t done more than enough to solidify his position as the king of expertly choreographed, provocative music videos, his latest...
oasis

10 reasons why Oasis are the most influential Britpop band of all time

Britpop was the sound of England taking back rock ‘n’ roll after American grunge and alt rock had annexed the world’s airwaves and charts...
switchfoot the bones of us

Switchfoot look toward a brighter future in “the bones of us”—watch

Switchfoot reflect on their past and future in a new video for “the bones of us,” exclusively premiering with Alternative Press. Released earlier this July,...
softcult AP&R

Meet twin duo Softcult and hear their brand-new track “Spit It Out”

Mercedes and Phoenix Arn-Horn are the yin and yang to one another—and it has absolutely nothing to do with their coincidentally dark and light...
curtis waters psycho icon

Curtis Waters deep-dives into “BAD MOOD” and “PSYCHO ICON”

Viral musician Curtis Waters, aka Abhinav Bastakoti, just launched his latest EP, PLASTIC WORLD. The release includes "BAD MOOD" featuring Brevin Kim, which seamlessly...
black widow

11 ‘Black Widow’ Easter eggs that connect the Marvel Cinematic Universe

If there’s one thing Marvel fans have come to expect from the franchise, it’s their keen ability to incorporate hints and connections throughout their...
best 90s punk rock singers kathleen hanna billie joe armstrong

11 singers who helped define the vocal style of punk rock in the ‘90s

The ‘90s: the decade punk went mainstream. First, SoundScan made radio safe for Nirvana and the grunge-ified hordes. Then Green Day and other pop-punk...
The Linda Lindas "Oh!"

The Linda Lindas release single “Oh!” with energetic new visual–watch

Los Angeles riot grrrl band the Linda Lindas have completely solidified their place as one of the most unstoppable up-and-coming artists. Now, they have...
Coheed And Cambria Shoulders

Coheed And Cambria drop new single “Shoulders” with sci-fi visual–watch

Coheed And Cambria have released “Shoulders,” the progressive-rock band’s first proper studio release in nearly three years. Along with the track comes a sci-fi-filled visualizer,...
JAWNY press photo

JAWNY takes viewers on a whirlwind trip in “Tombstone Grey”–watch

Fresh off the release of his EP The Story Of Hugo, indie star JAWNY is sharing a brand-new music video for "Tombstone Grey" exclusively...