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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”
See how these musicians are using their voices on Election Day
See how these musicians are using their voices on Election Day
Today marks Election Day in the United States, where Democratic candidate Joe Biden and Republican incumbent Donald Trump are hoping to obtain or retain The White House. This election is unlike any other in many ways. Not only are we living through a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic, but we have also seen the current POTUS show signs of authoritarianism and emboldening white supremacists...
19 of the best debut albums to come out of the scene
19 of the best debut albums to come out of the scene
They say you have your entire life to create your debut album, but they’re usually pretty terrible. However, these scene acts went above and beyond the call of duty, making bona fide masterpieces from the very start. There’s hardly any filler on these records, and many of the albums mentioned here are fan favorites to this day, many years and albums later. Just don’t...
These 18 singers from the 2000s will forever define the scene
These 18 singers from the 2000s will forever define the scene
Leave it to us to create a video for a list that was bound to fuel some fire. This APTV installment salutes singers from the 2000s whose voices shaped the scene. It was a pivotal time in youth culture. The combined tidal waves of annoying pop stars and nu-metal dudes in funny pants were giving entire continents massive ear fatigue...
Riot Fest postpones until 2021 and reveals the first wave of the lineup
Riot Fest postpones until 2021 and reveals the first wave of the lineup
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Riot Fest 2020 has been postponed until 2021. The festival announced the new dates and first lineup announcement on June 16. The Chicago-based festival follows a long list of other festivals that have been postponed this year including Lollapalooza, Glastonbury, Coachella and Reading and Leeds...
See why Motionless In White’s first photo shoot was so awkward
See why Motionless In White’s first photo shoot was so awkward
Motionless In White are one of the more recent bands to be impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Last month, they postponed their upcoming tour with Knocked Loose that was set to kick off this month. Despite the setback Motionless In White have faced, vocalist Chris Motionless is hoping to lift some spirits during this difficult time with his latest social media post...
10 Gerard Way collabs every My Chemical Romance fan needs to hear
10 Gerard Way collabs every My Chemical Romance fan needs to hear
Gerard Way, the ever-iconic face of My Chemical Romance, has participated in a number of musical collaborations. With the relentlessly rising popularity of his comic book series The Umbrella Academy and a successful solo career under his belt, he’s somehow found plenty of spare time to contribute to other artists’ works over the years. In cele...
Here’s what musicians think about Bernie Sanders’ campaign suspension
Here’s what musicians think about Bernie Sanders’ campaign suspension
Bernie Sanders just suspended his presidential campaign. This essentially paves the way for Joe Biden to grab the Democratic nomination. That being said, musicians are expressing their concerns on social media.  While some are simply lamenting the fact that four more years of Donald Trump may be more likely, others are thanking Sanders for everything he has accomplished and attempted thus far.  R.

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