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Bad Suns play an unforgettable secret show in Los Angeles—live review
Bad Suns play an unforgettable secret show in Los Angeles—live review
On Tuesday at a secret location, tucked away in the hills of Los Angeles, Bad Suns performed an intimate set for a select group of their die-hard fans and industry peers in celebration of their fourth studio album, Apocalypse Whenever.  The event was organized and presented by Rock Night Out, Epitaph Records and Alternative Press. Addition...
Bad Omens announce new album ‘THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND,’ drop title track
Bad Omens announce new album ‘THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND,’ drop title track
Bad Omens have announced their latest album, THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND, which is set for release Feb. 25 via Sumerian Records. Alongside the announcement, the group dropped the record’s title track and a visual to go with it. Read more: Bad Omens made their album to help others “feel in control and powerful” “Making the record changed us as songwriters and musicians,” the band say in a press rele
Holy Wars detail the making of their new synth-heavy single “GET MINE”
Holy Wars detail the making of their new synth-heavy single “GET MINE”
Holy Wars have released a new music video for their latest single “GET MINE.” The new track is just a taste of what is to come from their highly anticipated debut full-length, EAT IT UP/SPIT IT OUT, which drops in early 2022.  Read more: Fall Out Boy release 'Evening Out With Your Girlfriend' for streaming Holy Wars are the project of Kat Leon (vocals) and Nick Perez (guitar/production). The group
Watch the Aubreys play ‘Karaoke Alone’ hits on their upcoming livestream
Watch the Aubreys play ‘Karaoke Alone’ hits on their upcoming livestream
Ahead of their upcoming album Karaoke Alone, the Aubreys have partnered with Veeps to put on a stripped-down livestream show featuring brand-new songs from the record. Earlier this year, the duo of Finn Wolfhard and Malcolm Craig confirmed that their debut full-length was done and would be released soon. Re...
Dave Grohl says Nandi Bushell shows “the true meaning of rock ‘n’ roll”
Dave Grohl says Nandi Bushell shows “the true meaning of rock ‘n’ roll”
Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl is giving drumming wonder-child Nandi Bushell the praise she deserves, calling her drumming “the true meaning of rock ‘n’ roll.” The connection between the two drummers began back in August 2020 when Bushell challenged the frontman to a drumming battle at the beginning of her cover of Foo Fighters’ 1997 single “Everlong.”  In the video’s description, Bus...
YUNGMORPHEUS and Eyedress drop collab album ‘Affable With Pointed Teeth’
YUNGMORPHEUS and Eyedress drop collab album ‘Affable With Pointed Teeth’
Rapper YUNGMORPHEUS and musician/producer Eyedress have dropped their long-awaited collaborative album, Affable With Pointed Teeth. The new project with the “Jealous” hitmaker marks the third album the rapper released in 2021, followed by States Of Precarity and Thumbing Thru Foliage with lo-fi hip-hop producer ewonee. Read more...
Sunshine Boysclub releases debut full-length ‘Hut On The Hill’—listen
Sunshine Boysclub releases debut full-length ‘Hut On The Hill’—listen
Los Angeles-based Sam Martin, going by the moniker Sunshine Boysclub, has released his debut solo album, Hut On The Hill. Sunshine Boysclub breathes in the uncertainties of the world and exhales exuberant optimism on Hut On The Hill. The funky synths create little bursts of light that cut through gooey guitar riffs...
M.A.G.S. celebrates ‘Say Things That Matter’ drop with “Wait” video—watch
M.A.G.S. celebrates ‘Say Things That Matter’ drop with “Wait” video—watch
L.A.-based M.A.G.S. has finally released his debut album, Say Things That Matter, via Take This To Heart Records and ONErpm. The album is a collection of 14 indie-rock-inspired tracks that glide seamlessly through genre, featuring everything from fuzzy guitar riffs to lo-fi beats accompanying the artist’s magnetic vocals. T...
Kid Congo Powers is the most outside insider in all of punk rock
Kid Congo Powers is the most outside insider in all of punk rock
Kid Congo Powers has been one of punk rock’s most valuable players since 1979. That was the moment when boho poet/Slash journalist/Blondie fan club president Jeffrey Lee Pierce handed an open-tuned electric guitar to the Ramones fan club president, who’d previously been one of the suburban teenage habitues of influential local DJ Rodney Bingenheimer’s storefront glam palace, the English Disco. Sho

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