Paramore’s bassist, Jeremy Davis, will not be playing on their holiday tour. You can read the announcement here. The band stated that Jeremy will not be attending the tour because he is More »
The ever-popular Boston Calling Music Festival announced that they will be adding a Friday date to the third installment of the festival in May. Along with adding one more date, they are More »
Nobody wants to be a one trick pony. On the other hand, nobody wants to be referred to as Jack of all trades, master of none. But having a few things that you do More »
We Are The In Crowd has just released a new single, “The Best Thing (That Never Happened).” It comes off their anticipated second album Weird Kids which drops February 18th via Hopeless More »
You can read the announcement here. The band stated that Jeremy will not be attending the tour because he is expecting his first child with wife, Kathryn.
The announcement also said that Justin Meldal-Johnsen will be playing the shows in replace of Davis.
You can buy concert tickets or purchase a CD here.
I can’t help but immediately compare artists to Dave Grohl and the first Foo Fighters’ demo when I find an album in which one person does just about all of the work; however, when that album is a 3-track EP of Christmas cover songs, the Grohlishness starts to fade away. Zachary Russell’s Hello, Xmas is really nothing new in the grand scheme of things, but when looked at on a much closer level, the individuality of these three songs comes forth.
Russell is clearly a skilled musician; he takes on four instruments and performs well with each of them. However, his genius comes through by emphasizing the supporting instruments rather than just the lead and rhythm guitars. Most notably in his first track, “Deck the Halls,” Russell demonstrates his skills with a drum set. The drums are consistently in an ironically controlled uproar, thus giving off the “punk” vibe rather than another Christmas rock cover sugar-coated with John Bonham triplets.
We The Kings will be releasing a new album on Dec. 16. The band has changed the title of their fourth studio album and the record will be called Somewhere Somehow. You can purchase a CD here and check out the album artwork after the jump.
You can buy concert tickets here for any upcoming tour dates.
Best Coast have released a brand new video for their track “This Lonely Morning.” Streaming lyrics across tennis balls (yes, we said tennis balls) this new clip is technically a lyric video, but with all the quirkiness you’d expect from Best Coast. Check it out after the jump, and purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here.
The ever-popular Boston Calling Music Festival announced that they will be adding a Friday date to the third installment of the festival in May. Along with adding one more date, they are also offering a December Holiday pre-sale of 3-day passes. These pre-sale packages go on sale this Friday, December 6, at 10 a.m. EST. General admission passes will be $130 and VIP passes will be $300. Note that these passes are very limited in quantity, so be sure to snag them up as soon as possible. The bands that will be performing, however, will not be announced until early next year. Past headliners include Fun., Kendrick Lamar, Of Mice and Men, Passion Pit, The National, and Vampire Weekend.
The festival is scheduled for May 23, 24 and 25, 2014. For more information on the festival or to buy tickets when they go on sale, visit the Boston Calling website here.
It’s no secret that we kinda sorta like Aussie rockers, The Vernons. I mean, they do have that whole The Black Keys vibe going on, (and we really like The Black Keys). So when we heard they just released a new music video for “White Wine,” we had to show it to you. Check it out after the jump, and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.
Check out the full online photo gallery from Nonpoint Boston, MA date on Dec 1st 2013 after the jump and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here
All photos by: Kristopher Lincoln
Check out the full online photo gallery from Flyleaf”s San Antonio, TX date on Nov 15th 2013 after the jump and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here
Photos by: Ashley Altus
For fans of Cursive and Modest Mouse, we’ve got a bit of a treat for you today. Flannel Mouth (SwitchBitch Records) have released a brand new song called “Oh, Bastard.” Check out the new music after the jump and purchase a CD of their debut EP or buy concert tickets here.
Frontman Alex Gaskarth posted a short video of their studio time and some of the equipment they will be using to record. Check it out right here.
You can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.
Lorde has released the video for her newest single, “Team.” The video was directed by Young Replicant, of The xx, in Brooklyn’s Red Hook district and features a society of outcast teenagers living in abandoned wear-houses.
Lorde explained in a Facebook post that she got the concept for the video from a dream.
“Team” is the second single, following “Royals,” from Lorde’s debut LP, Pure Heroine, which was produced by Joel Little and released via Universal.
The fresh single comes from the band’s album Cavalier Youth, which still does not have a U.S. release date but will be out in the U.K on Jan. 27th.
Stream the video after the jump, and purchase a CD or buy You Me At Six concert tickets here.