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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
10 Joan Jett-inspired artists who are breaking boundaries just like her
10 Joan Jett-inspired artists who are breaking boundaries just like her
“Joan Jett doesn’t play rock ’n’ roll,” I wrote two years back, reviewing her SXSW showcase for The Austin Chronicle. “She is rock ’n’ roll.” It’s true. The individual born Joan Marie Larkin in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, embodies the music and spirit better than anyone this side of Keith Richards. As Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong put it in Magnolia Pic...
Ultimate Vinyl Guide: 12 essential 2020 releases every collection needs
Ultimate Vinyl Guide: 12 essential 2020 releases every collection needs
As we enter the 2020 holiday season, we’re all eagerly searching for that perfect gift for the music lover in our lives. Concert tickets are obviously out of the question unless you want to plan far in advance. And merch can be hit or miss, especially if you aren’t too sure of your loved one’s personal style. Luckily, with th...
See Laura Jane Grace’s twist on horror and fear in her new music video
See Laura Jane Grace’s twist on horror and fear in her new music video
Against Me! leader Laura Jane Grace is unveiling a brand new music video for the track "The Swimming Pool Song" released earlier this year. The track is from her latest solo album Stay Alive which was surprise-released in October after being recorded amid the ongoing pandemic. Read more: Dance ... Read More ...
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...
20 LGBTQIA+ artists giving the world a big middle finger right now
20 LGBTQIA+ artists giving the world a big middle finger right now
It’s an election year, the world is in the middle of a pandemic and the importance of fighting for the rights of underserved and marginalized people is bigger than ever. One thing we can be grateful for is punk rock. Be it in sound or spirit, punk is a driving force we need to keep us informed, energized, inspired and sometimes to just provide the kind of humor that keeps us sane. Here... Read Mor
NOFX announce lineup for their first-ever livestream in Fat Mike’s backyard
NOFX announce lineup for their first-ever livestream in Fat Mike’s backyard
NOFX have announced the stacked lineup for their upcoming Weekend At Fatty's livestream. The event kicks off virtually on Sept. 19 at 2 P.M. PST. Read more: Trevor Project supports LGBTQ+ community with ‘Animal Crossing’ clothes Obviously, due to coronavirus, live gigs have been postponed and canceled indefinitely. Due to thi...
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...
10 full concerts you can watch on YouTube to get the live experience
10 full concerts you can watch on YouTube to get the live experience
Whether you’re publicly lamenting or quietly sulking about not being able to attend shows indefinitely, coronavirus is a massive blow to the music industry. With festivals and gigs getting either postponed or canceled all together, fans suddenly have a ton of time to kill at home because they can’t go to the bars or movie theaters. Naturally,...

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