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News Flashes 04.19.22: Outside Lands Line Up, Mexican Pizza Returns, and The Four Chord Music Festival


Today we talk about the Outside Lands Festival lineup, Doja Cat bringing back Taco Bell’s Mexican Pizza, and The Four Chord Music Festival in PA. Outside Lands Lineup Announced Before Coachella is even totally over, you can snag your tickets to another major festival. Outside Lands, which made its return last year during Halloween weekend, announced their lineup for this year’s festival. This time they are holding the event August 5–7 at the Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. The headliners are: Green Day, Post Malone, and SZA. Other artists include: Weezer, Phoebe Bridgers, Jack Harlow, Dominic Fike, Kennyhoopla, and… Read more »

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Four Reasons You Need To Go To The Four Chords Music Festival


It’s that time of the year, when snow flies, cities are covered in Christmas cheer, and music festivals are nothing but a distant memory of summer–but wait, what’s this? A saving grace to our poor mosh pit free hearts? Four Chords Music Festival is set and ready to rock your minds on December 13th, so you can log one music fueled party into your 2015 journal. Equip your tires with snow chains, and hit the road to Pittsburgh for sets from Yellowcard, Hit The Lights, Patent Pending and more. Need more than more? Here are four reasons you need to… Read more »

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Magnolia Park’s New Music Has Us “Dizzy”


Time and time again, Magnolia Park proves to the music world that they are one of the major players in a new generation of pop-punk. They gave more evidence to that today with the release of two new songs as part of their deluxe edition of their debut album, Baku’s Revenge. “Complicated” and “Dizzy” are the perfect additions to the other tracks previously on the album. They’re full of heartbreak, matched with a catchy beat.  “Complicated” starts off with a slow burn that ends up combusting a little over an minute in. The trap beat has elements of hip hop and… Read more »

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In Appreciation Of: Albums Turning 10 and 20 in 2023 and How They’re Refueling Festival Season


Music festival season is just on the horizon and, while we wait for the gloomy weather to pass, we can revel in the flood of music news typical of this time of year. A majority of the music festival lineups are announced in January and the festival posters set the landscape for the year in live music, foreshadowing larger tours from bands, new album cycles, and even resurgences of genres and legacy bands that might be past their peak of popularity. Pop-punk is fresh off a massive re-emergence, showcased by the success of the When We Were Young Festival in… Read more »

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Taking Back Sunday Return To Roots At Intimate House Show


In the midst of their summer tour leading up to Four Chord Music Festival, Taking Back Sunday surprised fans with an incredibly special and beautifully intimate house show this past weekend. In a backyard in their hometown of Long Island, NY, the band performed to a small but insanely rowdy crowd. Videos have been circulating the internet for the last few days, racking up literally millions of views across different social media platforms. It is turning into somewhat of a phenomenon. Are house shows back? Did they ever go away? There are certainly smaller, up-and-coming bands playing in living rooms,… Read more »

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M.A.G.S. Releases Explosive New Album ‘DESTROYER’


Today M.A.G.S. has shared his cathartic and emotional new album, DESTROYER. Exploring self-realization and turbulence, the album slithers through the dichotomy between achieving growth and the need to suffer to get to the other side. With songs like the title track, “Destroyer” and “Sins” battling a reflective approach, this new album is sure to make you look in the mirror. However, there is a light at the end of the tunnel and M.A.G.S. is working his way there. Diving into the creation and mindset of the album, M.A.G.S. shares: “I started therapy last year, and while it was helpful for… Read more »

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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 »

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Magnolia Park Announce Shows With Broadside & 408


The world’s favorite pop-punk group, Magnolia Park have announced a run of headline shows around their appearance at Four Chord Music Festival today. The band will be joined by Broadside and 408 as supporting acts. This line-up makes total sense, as Magnolia Park and 408 have taken to TikTok and Instagram in the last two weeks to promote and tease and upcoming collaboration track. They posted a humorous video showcasing 408 saying the now meme-worthy phrase, “Did we just write the pop punk song of the summer?” before cutting to MagPark responding with “No, WE just wrote the pop punk… Read more »

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