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Record Store Day 2021 drops include iDKHOW, FFTL, K.Flay and more
Record Store Day 2021 drops include iDKHOW, FFTL, K.Flay and more
Record Store Day 2021 is quickly approaching, and the annual event has finally released its list of exclusive and limited vinyl. I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME, From First To Last, K.Flay, twenty one pilots and Linkin Park are among the lengthy list of RSD selections that includes more than 400 releases for the two-day event being held on June 12 and July 17...
Blink-182, A Day To Remember, Sleeping With Sirens, more to soundtrack new racing video game
Blink-182, A Day To Remember, Sleeping With Sirens, more to soundtrack new racing video game
Microsoft’s Forza Horizon 3 soundtrack will be following in its predecessor’s footsteps quite nicely. The game, which will be released Sept. 27, features 150 songs across eight, in-game radio stations, including the likes of Blink-182, A Day To Remember, Sleeping With Sirens and more. (via XBOX) ...
Backtracking with Alkaline Trio: Matt Skiba tells the story of “Time To Waste”
Backtracking with Alkaline Trio: Matt Skiba tells the story of “Time To Waste”
In this recurring column, we discuss the backstories of some of the scene’s most resonant songs with the people who made them. Alkaline Trio’s Crimson just celebrated its 10th anniversary. It was a breakthrough album for the band and saw them delving into sleeker production and darker theatrics all culminating arena tours and late night talkshow performances by the end of 2005. AP caught up with v
Thrice frontman suspects the band will record new music, says touring is “very likely”
Thrice frontman suspects the band will record new music, says touring is “very likely”
Thrice, one of the band’s who will definitely influence the inevitable pop-screamo revival, have been on hiatus since 2012. But recently frontman Dustin Kensrue hosted a Reddit AMA where he revealed that the band will likely tour again and not only does he hope they will release more music—he suspects it. Check out ...
The 1975 – The 1975
The 1975 – The 1975
The 1975 The 1975 The debut album by this Manchester, U.K.-based quartet follows a series of EPs and includes re-recorded versions of several tracks (“The City,” “Sex,” “Chocolate”). Their sound is hard to pin down; while it’s primarily built around guitars, bass and drums, there are synths underpinning nearly every song, and the rhythms have a bounce lifted from urban pop—“Chocolate” has an almos
School Of Seven Bells – Put Your Sad Down EP
School Of Seven Bells – Put Your Sad Down EP
School Of Seven Bells Put Your Sad Down EP One might’ve expected a stylistic shift in School Of Seven Bells after Claudia Deheza left the band in 2010, just months after the release of their second album, Disconnect From Desire. But in recording this year’s follow-up, Ghostory, between tours the remaining duo of her twin sister Alejandra (“Alley”) Deheza and guitarist Ben Curtis (ex-Secret Machi
The Hold Steady announce more North American shows
The Hold Steady announce more North American shows
The Hold Steady has announced more dates for their summer tour of North America. Check them out below. June 14 2012 Sioux Falls, SD The Vault June 15 2012 Omaha, NE The Waiting Room June 16 2012 Minneapolis, MN Rock the Garden June 18 2012 Fargo , ND The Aquarium (Dempsey's Upstairs) June 19 2012 Winnipeg, MB Jazz Winnipeg June 21 2012 Saskatoon, SK Louis, University of Saskatchewan June
Thrice add two dates to farewell tour
Thrice add two dates to farewell tour
Thrice has added a pair of California dates to their farewell tour; the updated itinerary can be seen below. The band released Major/Minor in 2011 via Vagrant, and announced a hiatus in late November. 05/04 – San Diego, CA @ House of Blues-San Diego (SOLD OUT) 05/05 – Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock Café 05/06 – Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee 05/08 – Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom 05/09 – Dallas, TX @ T

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