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Record Store Day 2021 drops include iDKHOW, FFTL, K.Flay and more
Record Store Day 2021 drops include iDKHOW, FFTL, K.Flay and more
Record Store Day 2021 is quickly approaching, and the annual event has finally released its list of exclusive and limited vinyl. I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME, From First To Last, K.Flay, twenty one pilots and Linkin Park are among the lengthy list of RSD selections that includes more than 400 releases for the two-day event being held on June 12 and July 17...
Architects highlight the most important number in the world
Architects highlight the most important number in the world
Architects’ ninth studio album, For Those That Wish To Exist, was the Brighton band’s opportunity for rebirth. With the release of their latest collection of work looming over the evolving genre of metal and the future of touring, For Those That Wish To Exist offers a boisterous tracklisting designed to pulsate through speakers in arenas and stadiums. While it m...
10 women and non-binary pop-punk bands who are taking over the genre
10 women and non-binary pop-punk bands who are taking over the genre
Despite being heralded as a widely inclusive space, the pop-punk scene has been historically male-dominated. It's an uncomfortable reality for many, but as iconic artists such as Hayley Williams drag it, kicking and screaming, into the forefront of discussion, we maintain hope that marginalized artists might one day not be regarded as anomalies...
guccihighwaters digs up the past in video for nothing,nowhere. collab—watch
guccihighwaters digs up the past in video for nothing,nowhere. collab—watch
Following the release of his sophomore album, joke's on you, guccihighwaters has shared a new music video for “rock bottom.” The blackbear-produced track samples an iconic Vine we all know and love. Featuring nothing,nowhere., the song centers around two people who can’t give up their toxic relationship and don’t want to admit they have problems. “rock bottom” opens...
Architects’ fiery “Meteor” video lets you live through an apocalypse—watch
Architects’ fiery “Meteor” video lets you live through an apocalypse—watch
We are less than a week away from the release of Architects' new album For Those That Wish To Exist. Now, the band are helping fans count down the days until Friday, Feb. 26 with their powerful new video for "Meteor." Read more: blink-182’s next album has collabs with Grimes, Lil Uzi Vert and Pharrell Earlier this month, Architects debuted "Meteor," the fourth new song to be re
20 scene closing album tracks that you should always skip to first
20 scene closing album tracks that you should always skip to first
Sometimes you have to finish before you start. While streaming and playlists have killed the album experience for some, there are plenty of other music fans who still clamor for the full record. The bands below found creative and inspiring ways to end their LPs with a song so strong, it remains the perfect closing statement to their batch of standout tracks...
iDKHOW aren’t anybody’s lowest common denominator with ‘Razzmatazz’
iDKHOW aren’t anybody’s lowest common denominator with ‘Razzmatazz’
In real life, it is indeed true that time flies when you’re having fun. But sometimes in your head, it runs painfully slow, like medical procedures, governmental policy changes and living in a pandemic. Ever since Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman of I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME landed on the cover of Alternative Press in January 2019 (AP 366), we’ve been wait...hang on.....
19 of the best debut albums to come out of the scene
19 of the best debut albums to come out of the scene
They say you have your entire life to create your debut album, but they’re usually pretty terrible. However, these scene acts went above and beyond the call of duty, making bona fide masterpieces from the very start. There’s hardly any filler on these records, and many of the albums mentioned here are fan favorites to this day, many years and albums later. Just don’t...
These are 19 of the best music videos to come out of the scene
These are 19 of the best music videos to come out of the scene
MTV launched Aug. 1, 1981, and eventually took over the planet as a youth authority and a music video jukebox that had the power to catapult an artist’s career to the stratosphere. As YouTube and other streaming platforms took flight in 2005, MTV slowly started becoming more obsolete and less meaningful as a video network, and other stations suffered as well. Some...
This is how Brian Baker ended up in Bad Religion over 25 years ago
This is how Brian Baker ended up in Bad Religion over 25 years ago
If there was a punk-rock hall of fame, Bad Religion would certainly belong in it. The long-running California punk outfit have maintained a positive agenda while creating some classic songs. But if the band drove up to the front door of said punk building, they'd probably look through the glass door, look at each other and then drive away...

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