There may not be something rotten in Denmark, but there must be something strange in the air when it comes to their cultural relationship with America. At least it seems that way when you look at some of the country’s most interesting exports. Just last month, Toronto was treated to a screening of Lars Von Trier’s new film, Dogville, and a concert in support of The Raveonettes’ new album, Chain Gang Of Love. Both were about America. Although The Raveonettes have admitted to being influenced by Von Trier’s Dogma 95 films, their opinions on The States couldn’t be more different.… Read more »
It has been over three years since The All-American Rejects’ less-than-stellar release of When The World Comes Down, and theyâ€™ve finally offered fans a sign of redemption. An outstanding blend of traditional Rejects alternative style with a touch of experimental flair, Kids in the Street is bound to be a hit among new and old fans alike.
What do emo-rockers and child actors have in common? It turns out that The Get Up Kids and Macaulay Culkin share the same taste in drinking establishments. The Kansas City quintet recently encountered Mr. Home Alone in a New York City bar and had the following to say about it. “It was hilarious,” says bassist Rob Pope. “It was us in this downstairs bar [with] The Strokes and Macaulay Culkin and some people from Saturday Night Live. We were just really drunk and we were like, ‘What’s going on here? Where are we?’ So we sat down and talked to… Read more »
The Queen of Pop hath spoken. Or at least she did. In an all-new interview with idobi Radio’s Gunz for The Gunz Show, special guest Tyson Ritter of The All-American Rejects and Now More Than Ever sat down to discuss AAR’s storied career, extensive discography, and more. During the interview where the pair sat down in Nashville, TN, to chat, Gunz thoughtfully questions Ritter, “What song do you wish made it bigger or people loved it more than it got the attention or recognition for that you’ve written?” As Ritter drifts into the recesses of his memory of AAR’s catalog… Read more »
This week, Basslines and Protest Signs looks at the reaction to this year’s inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, iand why every one of them is valid and deserved.
Legendary goth-rock band, The Cure, have once again added on to their lengthy tour of North America this year. The band joked that this would be the “final last show” added to the run. They have added an extra date in San Francisco on May 29th at the Shoreline Amphitheatre as their appearance at the same spot on May 27th is completely sold out. Tickets for this additional date will go on sale this Friday, April 28th at 10am. Earlier this month the band announced the expansion of the “Songs of a Lost World” tour by four additional cities, including… Read more »
The Cure are hitting the road again for the first time since 2016 with a full North American Headline Tour. Today the band announced the expansion of the “Songs of a Lost World” tour by four additional cities, including San Diego, Atlanta, Portland, and Montreal. Frontman Robert Smith has also hinted that concerts in Mexico and South America will be revealed later this month. The iconic goth-rock group will be joined by The Twilight Sad. Check out the full dates below. Read More: PVRIS & Poppy Announce US Co-Headline Tour The band has unfortunately been struggling to combat scalpers during… Read more »
It’s been nearly a decade since The All-American Rejects have toured and we have been crying in our cars to “Dirty Little Secret” patiently awaiting their return to the stage. All of that changed today with the announcement of the “Wet Hot All American Summer” tour. As if it wasn’t awesome enough to have The Rejects back, they really put the cherry on top with the support line up. New Found Glory, The Starting Line, Motion City Soundtrack and The Get Up Kids will be joining to make all of our nostalgic emo dreams come true. The band took to… Read more »
The guys discuss participation ribbons in porno, dressing your kids backwards, and talk with Stacy Jones.
Holy sh!t, season 2 is a wild one.