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Badflower’s Josh Katz, Ashnikko, K.Flay and more give 2022 music recommendations
Badflower’s Josh Katz, Ashnikko, K.Flay and more give 2022 music recommendations
As we come to the end of 2021, we're also concluding Alternative Press’ end-of-the-year celebration. We asked each artist we interviewed for our December 2021 issue to answer two specific questions: What was the best thing you heard in 2021, and who should we look out for in 2022? This...
Artists to watch in 2022: Suggestions from chloe moriondo, DE’WAYNE and more
Artists to watch in 2022: Suggestions from chloe moriondo, DE’WAYNE and more
Alternative Press is back again with our end-of-the-year celebration. Hopefully you know the drill already, but if you haven’t heard, we asked each artist we interviewed for our December 2021 issue to answer two specific questions: what was the best thing you heard in 2021, and who should we look out for in 2022? This...
Bring Me The Horizon, beabadoobee and more share their favorite music from 2021
Bring Me The Horizon, beabadoobee and more share their favorite music from 2021
Are the winter blues getting you down? Don’t worry, Alternative Press’ end-of-the-year celebration is here to bring you some holiday cheer. If you haven’t heard already, we asked each artist we interviewed for our December 2021 issue of AltPress magazine to answer two specific questions: what was the best thing you heard in 2021, and who should we look out for in 2022? We’ve compiled t... Read Mor
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...
41 women empowerment anthems that should be played as loud as possible
41 women empowerment anthems that should be played as loud as possible
With Women’s History Month coming to a close today, it’s vital to carry these messages of intersectional feminism and empowerment throughout every day to come. These musicians aren’t only wonderful leaders in the music industry spanning over decades—they’re using their platform to spread messages of self-love and growth as well as sharing stories of hardship and navigating mistakes, which every yo
QUIZ: Which color should you dye your hair based on your music taste?
QUIZ: Which color should you dye your hair based on your music taste?
For everyone in the scene, changing your hair color and style is a fact of life. It’s as commonplace as wanting to express yourself through tattoos, piercings, makeup and nails. There are so many options for achieving the perfect emo look, whether you like spray-on dye or semi-permanent color from Hayley Williams’ Good Dye Young brand.  Read mor...
The Voodoo Children explore broken human spirits in “Caroline” video
The Voodoo Children explore broken human spirits in “Caroline” video
The Voodoo Children have a lot of heart and soul in their music by exploring the darker side of humanity and adulthood in their new music video. Today, the indie sextet are premiering “Caroline” exclusively with AltPress. Airy vocals and unique elements such as the harmonica make this a mind-bending indie-rock experience, leaving listeners on the edge of their seats in anticipation of their debut
The 50 best albums of 2019 in alternative, punk, alt-pop and beyond
The 50 best albums of 2019 in alternative, punk, alt-pop and beyond
The time has come for the collective internet to narrow down their favorite albums of 2019. With more releases than we can count dropping in any given year, from DIY garage bands to the biggest of pop artists, the task is large. This year kept our attention with a slew of choices, so here’s what stood out. Chec...
K.Flay is over climate change inaction in “Not In California” video
K.Flay is over climate change inaction in “Not In California” video
K.Flay has been releasing vibrant videos for singles from her third album, Solutions, over the past few months. Now, she’s tying it all together with the third installment, “Not In California.” Released the same day the United Nations Climate Action Summit kicks off in New York City, the vocalist used the clip to shine a light on climate change inaction. Read more: Six ... Read More ...
PVRIS embrace their new music: “We’ve always kind of been a pop act”
PVRIS embrace their new music: “We’ve always kind of been a pop act”
Earlier today, pop-seared darkwave enthusiasts PVRIS released "Hallucinations," their second new tune in as many months. As with the band's previous single, “Death Of Me,” the dynamic song is full of tiny sonic detailing—oscillating guitars, wobbly electronic effects, shimmering percussion—and an explosive chorus, from which deep dance grooves and propulsive beats rain down like confetti
The Driver Era bring you into their world where freedom is job one
The Driver Era bring you into their world where freedom is job one
In their relatively brief time on Earth, Rocky and Ross Lynch, the navigators of THE DRIVER ERA, have seen a lot. You may remember them as members of the pop band R5; if not, you’re most assuredly familiar with Ross’ high-profile acting career in things both commercial (as Harvey Kinkle in the Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina) and decidedly fringe (as the titular serial killer in the 2017 indie film
K.Flay drops new video and other news you might have missed today
K.Flay drops new video and other news you might have missed today
Sleepy Tom and Lights dropped a new music video—plus, don’t miss Judah & The Lion on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Check out the news you might have missed today below! 1. Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival announces expanded offerings Proud to partner with @caduceuscellars, @officialFYE, Heavy Tiki, @TheMusicXP and Island Noodles during Sonic Temple Festival! Relax with a glass...

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