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Animals As Leaders’ Tosin Abasi on creating his own company to build the “super guitar”
Animals As Leaders’ Tosin Abasi on creating his own company to build the “super guitar”
Tosin Abasi has always taken a less than conventional approach to music, ever since he started learning guitar at the age of 12. It wasn’t his first instrument — he had played clarinet in the school orchestra — “but clarinet wasn’t cool,” he says, laughing. And so he picked up guitar because...
10 debut records from 2001 that still crush 20 years later
10 debut records from 2001 that still crush 20 years later
It's truly mind-blowing to believe that 2001 was really 20 years ago. The beginning of the 2000s was a strange time. We had the beginning of Myspace, the golden age of pop punk and plenty of questionable fashion choices. Read more: 10 vocalists who brought a unique sound to the 2000s scene It's also crazy to think about all the albums from 2001 being two decades old already...
Martin Johnson’s Night Game is the experiment going better than expected
Martin Johnson’s Night Game is the experiment going better than expected
Martin Johnson may not be a household name across the globe, but his influence in the music industry reigns supreme. Still actively a frontman for scene kings Boys Like Girls, he found success outside of live touring and produced records and wrote songs for the likes of blink-182, the Cab, Black Veil Brides, Ariana Grande, Jason Derulo and more...
10 singers whose first band will probably surprise you
10 singers whose first band will probably surprise you
Many of you are no doubt listening to the new Gwen Stefani single and thinking back to when you first heard Tragic Kingdom. Where you were, what you were doing, how long the show Beverly Hills, 90210 could possibly last. Hate to break it to you, ’90s kids, but there are a ton of teenagers listening to the song without a clue that Stefani ever fronted a band, never mind the groundbreaking, genre-fu
Dave Grohl, Billie Eilish and more sign petition to save independent venues
Dave Grohl, Billie Eilish and more sign petition to save independent venues
Business owners and employees across the world have been navigating the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic that has put many out of work. Venues are no different as shows have been canceled and postponed since March. Now, with 90% of independent venues fearing they’ll never reopen if the shutdown continues past 6 months, artists such as Dave Grohl and Billie Eilish are banding together w
10 covers we need to hear Brendon Urie take on next
10 covers we need to hear Brendon Urie take on next
The amazingly talented Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie has an impeccable vocal range and immense charm, making him capable of pulling off a wide array of hits, from the classic-rock era to modern pop tracks topping the charts.  While he’s already covered the likes of Frank Sinatra all the way to Halsey, many of us would love to see more of Urie’s skills put to work to tackle some of the
Woodstock 50 chaos confuses John Mayer who doesn’t know if he’s playing
Woodstock 50 chaos confuses John Mayer who doesn’t know if he’s playing
Woodstock 50 has sent the heads of attendees for a spin over the last few weeks after rumors of its cancellation surfaced from investment company Dentsu, only to be denied by the festival’s co-founder Michael Lang a short while later. It’s got so many people confused, even John Mayer, who was announced as part of the lineup with Dead & Company, apparently has no idea if he’ll be performing at
Carousel Kings drop song and other news you might have missed today
Carousel Kings drop song and other news you might have missed today
Wallows shared a new rendition of “Are You Bored Yet?”—plus, don’t miss a performance from Alec Benjamin and John Mayer. Check out the news you might have missed today below! 1. beabadoobee releases music video beabadoobee dropped a new music video for “Disappear,” the lead single off the vocalist’s latest EP. The video explores the hardships and hig...
Danny Worsnop warns fans to “expect the unexpected” on new solo album
Danny Worsnop warns fans to “expect the unexpected” on new solo album
For Asking Alexandria frontman Danny Worsnop, the road toward complete control hasn’t been an easy battle. However, through his solo project’s forthcoming record Shades Of Blue, Worsnop has found an outlet to experiment with themes outside of the box the music industry continually threatens to put him in. Worsno...
Aidan Gallagher explains infamous MCR date’s impact on first single release
Aidan Gallagher explains infamous MCR date’s impact on first single release
You might recognize Aidan Gallagher as the time-traveling Number Five in Gerard Way’s comic-book-turned-Netflix-series The Umbrella Academy. Or perhaps if you’re around the same demo as Frank Iero’s children, then you know Gallagher as one of four quadruplets on Nickelodeon’s Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn. While he has proven  h...