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COWBOY BOY explore idealized romance in power-pop song “INCONVENIENT”
COWBOY BOY explore idealized romance in power-pop song “INCONVENIENT”
Following their bright power-pop track "PET," L.A.-based duo COWBOY BOY are back with their second grunge-laced track, "INCONVENIENT," from their upcoming EP, GOOD GIRL. Featuring vocalist Olivia Maria and Mike Nevin on bass, guitar and drums, the duo offer a completely raw, unabashedly honest look at relationships that have gone awry with a huge sound, urgent guitar riffs and
Watch Machine Gun Kelly freestyle lines by the Used, Post Malone, more
Watch Machine Gun Kelly freestyle lines by the Used, Post Malone, more
Machine Gun Kelly has been a master of lyricism through his rapid-fire bars but Elle put his word association skills to the test in a video where he plays their Song Association game. Basically, they feed him a word and he needs to sing lyrics to a song from another artist containing the word leading him to lyrics from the Used, Limp Bizkit, Post Malone, Carly Rae Jepsen and more.
Coachella 2020 lineup has Rage Against The Machine, YUNGBLUD, more
Coachella 2020 lineup has Rage Against The Machine, YUNGBLUD, more
Earlier this week, reports came rolling in of those rumored to be playing Coachella in 2020 including My Chemical Romance. While MCR aren’t on the final reveal, several of the speculated artists including Rage Against The Machine (who previously teased it themselves), Frank Ocean and Travis Scott have now been confirmed as headliners. A...
Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump remixed a Carly Rae Jepsen song—listen
Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump remixed a Carly Rae Jepsen song—listen
Pop goddess Carly Rae Jepsen has enlisted Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump to remix one of her tracks, "Run Away With Me." Check out the result below, and be sure to leave a comment with your thoughts. Read more: Patrick Stump performs with Elton John "Run Away With Me" comes from Jepsen's latest album Emotion. Watch m... Read More ...
Under The Covers: Enter Shikari vs. fun.
Under The Covers: Enter Shikari vs. fun.
You think it’s hard to write an original song? Try finding a cover song that hasn’t been done before—it’s harder than you think. That’s why we bring you Under The Covers: Each week, we’ll pit two bands who have covered the same source material against one another, and it’s up to you to decide who comes out on top. SOURCE MATERIAL: Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" F...

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