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The Maine and AltPress team up for limited-edition heart-shaped flexi disc
The Maine and AltPress team up for limited-edition heart-shaped flexi disc
Being a band for 15 years is no small feat. The Maine, however, have planned out the legacy they’ll leave behind since their inception. We’re ecstatic to announce that the five-piece are on the cover of our April issue (#405), featured alongside Denzel Curry, Stand Atlantic, Orville Peck, Bloc Party, Ghost and many more. Check out ...
The Maine discuss the making of ‘XOXO: From Love & Anxiety In Real Time’
The Maine discuss the making of ‘XOXO: From Love & Anxiety In Real Time’
It’s fair to say that the Maine prove there’s always room to grow and experiment sonically, all while staying true to your sound and following your gut.  On their eighth studio album, XOXO: From Love & Anxiety In Real Time, the quintet reached new heights after over a decade since their inception, including their first radio hit with lead single “Sticky.” Lead vocalist Joh...
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...
See Grayscale perform the final track from their new reworked EP
See Grayscale perform the final track from their new reworked EP
On Wednesday, Grayscale released their highly-anticipated reworked EP Live From The Barber Shop Studios. In celebration of its release, Grayscale have shared an acoustic performance of the reimagined "What's On Your Mind." Read more: ‘Riverdale’ star Bernadette Beck says the show fails its Black characters Grayscale put out their last full-length album Nella Vita back in September. Altho
See Mayday Parade, the Maine and Dan Lambton cover the Beatles
See Mayday Parade, the Maine and Dan Lambton cover the Beatles
It looks like Mayday Parade have been taking advantage of their extra time while in quarantine. On Tuesday, the band debuted their latest cover of the Beatles' "I Want To Hold Your Hand" with a cleverly filmed socially-distant video. Alongside Mayday Parade, members of the Maine, We The Kings, Grayscale and Knuckle Puck also took part in the cover...

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