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Julia Wolf Immerses Us In ‘Twilight’-Inspired Single, “Wishbone”

Alt-pop sensation Julia Wolf has unveiled her mesmerizing new single, “Wishbone,” marking her eagerly awaited return after the successful release of her debut full-length album, Good Thing We Stayed, in January 2023. Leaning into her darker, alternative roots, “Wishbone” showcases the formidable guitar craftsmanship and production prowess of Scro. Together, the duo emerges with a sonic masterpiece that seamlessly melds haunting melodies with raw, visceral energy, leaving listeners entranced and exhilarated. In the anticipation leading up to the release, Wolf has been tantalizing her audience with audio glimpses of her latest single, cleverly interwoven with visual snippets from iconic mid-2000s… Read more »


Is ‘Twilight’ Getting Rebooted Into A TV Series?

You better hold on tight, spider monkey because it looks like ‘Twilight’ will be the next franchise to be issued a reboot. Twihard fans first fell in love with Edward Cullen and Bella Swan through author Stephenie Meyer’s debut novel ‘Twilight’ in 2005. Shortly after the book’s release, it was adapted into a film franchise of the same name with Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart at the helm of Edward and Bella’s love story. Now, 15 years after Edward and Bella made their on-screen appearance in 2008, ‘Twilight’ will be getting the reboot TV series treatment, similar to the recently


Emo-Punk: Hair Metal's Second Coming

Recently, Maureen Callahan wrote a piece for the New York Post about Crush Management, the NYC cadre that shepherds the careers of Fall Out Boy, Panic! at the Disco, the Academy Is … , Boys Like Girls and Armor for Sleep (or, as Callahan puts it, “basically any band that a 13-year-old girl with a blog and a Hot Topic habit obsesses over”). Aside from providing readers with some genuinely bananas quotes from songwriter/ rock-and-roll vampire Butch Walker about credibility (especially considering this is on his résumé), the article is excellent primarily because it floats the hypothesis that the artists… Read more »

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