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blink-182 Close Out Day 1 Of When We Were Young With “ONE MORE TIME”

While fans eagerly anticipated blink-182 to debut their aptly titled new single “WHEN WE WERE YOUNG” during the trio’s first headlining performance at When We Were Young Fest, patience is still the name of the game. An opportunity to close out the festival during tomorrow night’s headlining performance with the track? We’re keeping our fingers crossed! Yet, the iconic trio did not disappoint as they delivered an electrifying performance, showcasing a medley of hits from their storied 20+ year career, along with fresh tracks from their recently released full-length album, ONE MORE TIME… The crowd erupted in excitement as blink-182… Read more »


9 Best Taylor Swift Covers From Alternative Stars

  God is real, and her name is Taylor Swift. Whether or not you’re on board with Swiftie mania, it’s impossible to deny that the record-breaking artist is an industry-changing champion. From country to pop and rock to indie, she defies genre and definitely has a streak of emo running through her veins, as she’s noted Pete Wentz as a major songwriting inspiration in the past. After all, her vault tracks from Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) include collaborations with Fall Out Boy and Paramore’s Hayley Williams. You also can’t forget “Two Is Better Than One” with Boys Like Girls or… Read more »


blink-182 Drop The Saddest Song Of Their Career

Twenty years is a long time to be a band. It is no surprise that there would be an incredible amount of ups and downs along the way. From success and friendship, to illness and near-death experiences, life threw a lot at blink-182. Today, the iconic pop-punk trio has returned, in their original formation, to give us a brand new song and music video. “ONE MORE TIME” is crafted from the best parts of blink-182. Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker, and Tom DeLonge ARE blink-182. This song serves as an emotionally charged recollection of everything that makes them special, for fans… Read more »


9 blink-182 Covers That Rival The Original Version

Over the past three decades, blink-182 has carved an everlasting niche in the hearts of their fans through their extensive discography, electrifying live performances, and their unapologetic live-while-you’re-young attitude. As an inseparable part of the pop-punk/punk-rock community, the trio has left an indelible mark through their music and antics. While the unmistakable sound of blink-182 is deeply ingrained in our collective consciousness, numerous artists and bands have dared to take on the challenge of covering their iconic tracks. With each cover, they breathe new life into the songs, traversing genres and showcasing their own creative flair. From the punk princess… Read more »


Cassadee Pope Returns To Roots Following Hey Monday & ‘The Voice’

From her early days as the frontwoman of pop-rock act Hey Monday to winning ‘The Voice’ and exploring the country music scene, Cassadee Pope has propelled her career forward through versatility, resilience, and her personal artistic growth.  Earlier this year, the acclaimed artist released her latest pop-punk anthem, “People That I Love Leave,” which showcases her return to her roots as well as her mature understanding of how she approaches relationships. Our very own Nick Major had the opportunity to delve into the inspiration behind the song and Pope’s illustrious evolution as an artist. Join us as we uncover the… Read more »


Magnolia Park & 408 Are “Manic” In New Blink-182 Inspired Video

Magnolia Park have once again teamed up with their fellow Florida friends, 408 to bring fans a brand new song and music video today! The visual for the new song, “Manic” is an ode to one of their collective favorite bands, blink-182. The video pays tribute to blink’s 1997 classic hit, “dammit“. There is no question that Magnolia Park and 408 carry a youthful angst in their music. They are high-energy, playful and comical in their efforts both musically and visually, reminiscent of the likes of blink-182. It makes for the perfect callback. Guitarist Tristan Torres explains that “Manic” is the “ultimate… Read more »


blink-182 Perform A Clip Of Simple Plan’s “I’d Do Anything”

The blink-182 return tour has generated tremendous excitement among fans around the globe, as the band has reconnected as a unit with the much-awaited return of Tom DeLonge alongside Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker. Since its launch on May 4, the tour has witnessed the band’s electrifying performances, leaving the audiences energized and begging for more from the band. At a recent show during their opening week of the tour, the band surprised fans with a playful nod to Taylor Swift, playing a short snippet of her hit song “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” during their performance of… Read more »


Bishop Briggs Embraces Her Own Power On “Baggage”

Marking her eagerly-awaited return and her first release in six months, Bishop Briggs has launched her empowering new single, “Baggage.” The track will be featured on a new collection of music titled, When Everything Went Dark which will arrive on June 23 via Arista Records. At its core, Briggs‘ “Baggage” is a stirring exploration of embracing life’s messiness and facing it head-on with a sense of empowerment. Through lyrics such as the track’s chorus, “I’m broken, bruised and damaged/Gave up on feeling balanced/But dammit, that’s my baggage/My heavy, heavy baggage,” the song encourages listeners to recognize the complexities of emotional… Read more »


Hot Mulligan Ask “Why Would I Watch” On Brand New Album

The wait is OVER! Hot Mulligan‘s brand new album Why Would I Watch is finally out in the world for everyone’s audible pleasures. Released via independent label Wax Bodega, their latest effort finds Hot Mulligan at their poppiest, loudest and most anthemic yet. They’ve managed to hone the different style choices from their previous releases into a perfect concoction of pop, punk, rock and emo on this album. The band have highlighted the track “No Shoes in the Coffee Shop (or Socks)” as the release day single with a lovely music video to accompany it. Check out what the group… Read more »

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