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10 TikToks that prove being emo is not a phase, it’s a lifestyle
10 TikToks that prove being emo is not a phase, it’s a lifestyle
Thanks to TikTok users such as @yungricepatty and an amazing Dominos driver, Sage Glassett, “Dear Maria, Count Me In” by All Time Low is blowing up on the app. Like @yungricepatty’s original video, Glassett began belting out the tune while on a drive and shared, “It’s not a phase, it’s a lifestyle!” His post was accompanied by several ha...
Here’s what Dallon Weekes of iDKHOW considers his favorite 1981 tracks
Here’s what Dallon Weekes of iDKHOW considers his favorite 1981 tracks
Super-duo iDKHOW pride themselves on their influences, and there’s one in particular that fans of ’80s classics may be familiar with. Men At Work’s “Who Can It Be Now?”—the iconic track with an even more iconic saxophone lick—actually inspired Alternative Press’ digital cover stars Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman to give sax solos a try of their own. The result: Razzmatazz’s October single, “Ligh...
iDKHOW aren’t anybody’s lowest common denominator with ‘Razzmatazz’
iDKHOW aren’t anybody’s lowest common denominator with ‘Razzmatazz’
In real life, it is indeed true that time flies when you’re having fun. But sometimes in your head, it runs painfully slow, like medical procedures, governmental policy changes and living in a pandemic. Ever since Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman of I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME landed on the cover of Alternative Press in January 2019 (AP 366), we’ve been wait...hang on.....
10 artists who love performing covers as much as their own songs
10 artists who love performing covers as much as their own songs
While we’ll never complain about hearing live music ever again, there’s something special about getting to watch an artist you love cover a song by another musician. Whether it's during a concert or impromptu at a karaoke bar, some of our favorite artists have proven over the years that they’re never afraid to belt out a cover on a whim.  Some have done it...
19 scene albums from 2005 you probably still have on repeat
19 scene albums from 2005 you probably still have on repeat
In 2005, an unexpected but revolutionary wave of scene music hit the mainstream. It was the year Myspace rose in the online ranks social media and became the most popular of its kind. It gave bands new avenues to introduce their unique sounds to the masses and familiarize the world with the classic scenester selfie pose: brutally teased hair, one eye hidden behind bangs and a kissy face to match..
15 ‘From Under The Cork Tree’ Easter eggs you probably missed
15 ‘From Under The Cork Tree’ Easter eggs you probably missed
Fall Out Boy’s From Under The Cork Tree is the gift that keeps on giving. The pop-punk icons’ unforgettable 2005 output is jam-packed with Easter eggs we either didn’t notice before or completely forgot in the years since. From movie quotes and emo cameos to its unusual artwork, there’s a detail hiding in every corner. To celebrate their ...
10 scene song lyrics that probably wouldn’t have been sung in 2020
10 scene song lyrics that probably wouldn’t have been sung in 2020
There’s nothing better than taking a walk down memory lane on Spotify or putting an old mix CD in your car. Hearing familiar lyrics will take you back to your youth or evoke a happy time in your life. But you’d be lying if you said you weren’t a little shocked by some of the controversial lyrics. Over the last...
Can you ace this Panic! At The Disco ‘Death Of A Bachelor’ quiz?
Can you ace this Panic! At The Disco ‘Death Of A Bachelor’ quiz?
Panic! At The Disco released their Grammy-nominated fifth album Death Of A Bachelor Jan. 15, 2016, which means the Brendon Urie-created masterpiece is officially 4 years old.  From “Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time” to “The Good, The Bad And The Dirty,” Death Of A Bachelor marked another astounding album from the act. Prove your Death Of A Bachelor kn...

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