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13 songs that should’ve been on the ‘Tony Hawk’ video game soundtracks
13 songs that should’ve been on the ‘Tony Hawk’ video game soundtracks
The Tony Hawk skateboarding video games helped form many people’s music tastes with fantastic soundtracks, introducing old-school punk, hip-hop and metal to those who may have otherwise never discovered some great artists. Whether it was highlighting classic punk and rock icons or newer artists, the soundtracks still hold up today as solid mixes to introduce anyone to good tunes. ...
10 essential punk rock love songs to win over your Valentine
10 essential punk rock love songs to win over your Valentine
If you've ever tried to hold hands with that special someone while pogo dancing, these songs are for you! From the creepy-crooning of the Michael Graves era Misfits to Masked Intruder's ski masked, saccharine-serenades and Alkaline Trio, here are 10 essential punk rock songs that wear their hearts on the sleeves of their leather jackets and prove that punk's not dead...
Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco through the ears of Between You And Me
Green Day, Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco through the ears of Between You And Me
We already know how you feel about Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Panic! At The Disco. Which is why we put their songs through the discerning ears of Australian pop-punk quintet Between You And Me. The alt-pop band were in the States in support of their latest Hopeless Records release, Everything Is Temporary...
8 punk bands who rocked the ’70s scene alongside the Ramones
8 punk bands who rocked the ’70s scene alongside the Ramones
“HEY! HO! LET'S GO!” You know the chant well. It's been shouted at every sporting event since at least the mid-'90s. It is one of the foundational texts of punk, the Ramones' “Blitzkrieg Bop.” Of course, Australian punk drumming YouTube sensation Kye Smith has cut a skate-punk arrangement with members of Teenage Bottlerocket. It's where every punk ...
18 bands keeping punk rock alive in 2018
18 bands keeping punk rock alive in 2018
These 18 artists prove that not only is punk NOT Dead in 2018, it's very much alive and ready to fill your head with four chords and the truth. From the legendary Against Me! to the power drill of a punk band, PEARS, this list has the sweetest of sweet punk-pop and the dirtiest, noisiest bands who are currently giving you tinnitus in style and making you get sweaty in every punk club the world ove
Teenage Bottlerocket reinvent the covers disc with ‘Stealing The Covers’
Teenage Bottlerocket reinvent the covers disc with ‘Stealing The Covers’
Teenage Bottlerocket Stealing the Covers FILE UNDER: Obscure punk covers ROCKS LIKE: Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Ramones, Bracket WHAT'S DIFFERENT: For this album, Wyoming punks Teenage Bottlerocket reinvent the covers disc, taking material only from bands that they’ve personally come across during their 15 years of rockin’ out. So you’re not ...
Teenage Bottlerocket premiere punk cover from their upcoming cover album—listen
Teenage Bottlerocket premiere punk cover from their upcoming cover album—listen
Teenage Bottlerocket is back and excited to release their unique album—Stealing the Covers— on July 14th via Fat Wreck Chords. It doesn't only steal album covers, it also pays tribute to other bands with cover songs. Sitting on the project for almost a decade, the band always thought giving these smaller bands the attention they deserve was something they wanted to do.  Read more: A...
A time for radness and a time for sadness—Teenage Bottlerocket’s Ray Carlisle talks moving forward
A time for radness and a time for sadness—Teenage Bottlerocket’s Ray Carlisle talks moving forward
Ray Carlisle, co-frontman and guitarist of Teenage Bottlerocket, says what he misses most about his late twin brother Brandon is simple. “I miss talking to him,” he says. “It would drive our girlfriends and wives crazy because we’d do a tour for two-and-a-half months, we’d come home and the day after, we’d call each other to talk about the tour for two hours. And then the next day, we’d call e ...

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