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9 uncredited guest vocals you might have missed in your favorite songs
9 uncredited guest vocals you might have missed in your favorite songs
Is there any better surprise than listening to a song and getting hit by a cameo from a familiar vocalist? Aside from adding to the dynamics of the track, these uncredited guest vocals are great Easter eggs for any fan.  While it's not uncommon for these collaborations to go unnoted on streaming platforms, Google will often confirm your suspicions. We’...
See Travis Clark play every instrument for a reimagined We The Kings song
See Travis Clark play every instrument for a reimagined We The Kings song
Just weeks after We The Kings dropped their pre-quarantine-reminiscent single “These Nights,” Travis Clark has reimagined the song in a new acoustic video, which you can exclusively see first on Alternative Press.  In a stunning display of his branching musical talents, Clark performs the track with a piano and acoustic guitar. The resulting “...
10 artists who love performing covers as much as their own songs
10 artists who love performing covers as much as their own songs
While we’ll never complain about hearing live music ever again, there’s something special about getting to watch an artist you love cover a song by another musician. Whether it's during a concert or impromptu at a karaoke bar, some of our favorite artists have proven over the years that they’re never afraid to belt out a cover on a whim.  Some have done it...
QUIZ: Can you name the original artist behind these popular cover songs?
QUIZ: Can you name the original artist behind these popular cover songs?
One thing is for sure: Punk and rock artists know how to make amazing covers. Take the many volumes of Punk Goes... (including Punk Goes Christmas and Punk Goes Classic Rock) as an example.  Even Brendon Urie loves to play covers such as Billy Joel’s “Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song)” and Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” in Panic! At The Disco sets.   Read more: Mikey Way knew he ... Read More ...
How ‘Perks Of Being A Wallflower’ inspired Goldfinger’s surprise single
How ‘Perks Of Being A Wallflower’ inspired Goldfinger’s surprise single
Surprise! Ska-punk legends Goldfinger just dropped their first new piece of music since 2017 in the form of an unexpected single called “Wallflower.” The track packs a third-wave punch for all ages and will be a welcome Easter egg for ardent GF superfans who have been rewatching the band’s amazing recent quarantine videos over and over.  The single i...
19 scene albums from 2008 you’re probably still blasting in your car
19 scene albums from 2008 you’re probably still blasting in your car
As legendary bands in the scene continued to mature musically and grow away from the genres that they became known for, newly established musicians were creating blends that sparked new categories for scene music. In 2008, Fall Out Boy released their last album before their hiatus, and I Set My Friends On Fire popularized crunkcore...
Hear the recorded audio a Christian author says is the voice of Satan
Hear the recorded audio a Christian author says is the voice of Satan
Christian author Roderick Millington claims he has recorded the "first-ever" audio of the voice of Satan. Millington shared the apparent audio on his website while, of course, promoting his new book The Devil's Playground. Read more: A reworked version of Motionless In White’s “Another Life” is on its way According to his website, Millington is a journalist with an "open-minded"
Here are all of the collabs on Taylor Swift’s surprise album ‘Folklore’
Here are all of the collabs on Taylor Swift’s surprise album ‘Folklore’
Surprise, Taylor Swift is dropping her eighth studio album Folklore on July 24. Not only are there 16 tracks on the standard edition of the LP, but Folklore also features loads of collaborations. Read more: Demi Lovato gets engaged to actor Max Ehrich with a beach proposal Swift's previous studio album Lover was released just last year...
These 10 artists’ hilarious posts really make us wish Vine still existed
These 10 artists’ hilarious posts really make us wish Vine still existed
Is there anybody who's not on TikTok? (OK, maybe you know some people in government who aren't.) But before you go raving about how great that platform is, we'd like to pause and discuss Vine. Remember that social media portal? You had six seconds to film yourself in the most entertaining way and send it out into the world...
10 musicians’ posts that prove Vine was the best thing on the internet
10 musicians’ posts that prove Vine was the best thing on the internet
Many of you know the tragic story about the death of Vine. One day it was here, and the next day it was gone forever in 2017. Comedy lovers around the world feared there would be no more videos to join the ranks of “Hi, welcome to Chili’s” or “Look at all those chickens.” Other apps tried to r...
19 scene albums from 2005 you probably still have on repeat
19 scene albums from 2005 you probably still have on repeat
In 2005, an unexpected but revolutionary wave of scene music hit the mainstream. It was the year Myspace rose in the online ranks social media and became the most popular of its kind. It gave bands new avenues to introduce their unique sounds to the masses and familiarize the world with the classic scenester selfie pose: brutally teased hair, one eye hidden behind bangs and a kissy face to match..

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