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10 covers Paramore could do to hold us over until their next album
10 covers Paramore could do to hold us over until their next album
We’re all anxiously awaiting the release of Paramore’s next album, but the band have warned us not to get too ready just yet. On the bright side, Hayley Williams hasn’t left us wanting in the solo department. Recently, she had a fan release her newest broody track “My Limb,” followed up by her second solo album, Flowers For Vases/descansos, all shortly after Williams’ haunting cover of “Teardrop”
Chris Carrabba is stoked for new Chamberlain music and here’s why
Chris Carrabba is stoked for new Chamberlain music and here’s why
Anybody who claims to be well-versed in emo culture knows how crucial Chamberlain are to the genre. The Indianapolis, Indiana, outfit started as Split Lip, a hardcore band with bigger musical visions than their contemporaries. Their desire to add everything from melodic singing to acoustic guitars helped build the foundation of the post-hardcore genre...
These 12 B-side tracks from the ’90s were good enough to be A-sides
These 12 B-side tracks from the ’90s were good enough to be A-sides
Ever get into a conversation about a great song from the ’90s, only to be told it was never actually a single but a B-side instead? You’re flabbergasted and immediately begin pointing out that the band in question play the song live all the time, which is a clear indicator that if it wasn’t, at the very least, released as a single, then it’s absolutely a fan favorite that was included on one of th
These 20 songs from the ’80s left a lasting mark in the underground
These 20 songs from the ’80s left a lasting mark in the underground
The ’80s are usually looked upon in two different mindsets. The first is usually through the prism of mass-culture nostalgia from those who were there. The other school of thought was that the ’80s were a hotbed for creativity. Forget the songs that you were playing when your mom met your dad. How about ...
These 10 bands’ performances defined the legacy of ‘MTV Unplugged’
These 10 bands’ performances defined the legacy of ‘MTV Unplugged’
When the first episode of MTV Unplugged was broadcast, nobody knew how it was going to be received. Let's face it, Americans like their rock 'n' roll served with all the decibels possible. But with a run that started in 1989 and continued in different installments for 30 years, "unplugged" became part of the music business nomenclature...
This is what’s being released for Record Store Day 2020’s three-date event
This is what’s being released for Record Store Day 2020’s three-date event
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Record Store Day has had to change a number of details for this year's event. A few months ago, RSD announced that the original date of April 18 had been moved to later this year. Instead of just a one-day event, RSD 2020 is happening over three days in August, September and October...
10 incredible women who directed some of your favorite music videos
10 incredible women who directed some of your favorite music videos
There are more than a few artists who’ve released videos throughout their career without ever working with a director who's a woman. It’s an unfortunate truth, especially when you consider the iconic and era-defining videos that directors such as Hannah Lux Davis, Roxana Baldovin, Melina Matsoukas and more are creating with artists who are actively diversifying their collaborative pool. Here’s...

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