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Lil Lotus And MOD SUN Go Acoustic On Their Song “blame me for everything”

Lil Lotus releases an acoustic version of “blame me for everything,” and taps MOD SUN for guest vocals. The reimagined track comes from his upcoming album, Nosebleeder (Deluxe), which arrives on March 22 via Epitaph Records. This will extend his 2023 sophomore LP and include five stripped-down songs. The emo rapper is known for energetic, provocative lyrics in his music. Partnered with booming beats and roaring guitars, it’s in-your-face and abrasive in a good way. This pivot to something softer somberizes the message, imbuing it with an almost defeated tone. “Sometimes your love is a loaded gun/You can blame me… Read more »


BABYMETAL Doesn’t “Leave It All Behind” In New Song Featuring F. Hero & Bodyslam

BABYMETAL are back with their new single, “Leave It All Behind.” The track features Thai artists F. Hero and Bodyslam to create an intricately interesting new path sonically for the Japanese trio. Read more: Bayside Needs A “Miracle” On New Single The track is a mix of pop-rock with nu-metal undertones, partnered with signature metal guitars, which generates a unique outcome. It’s a curveball that metal fans might not anticipate, but it highlights the genre’s new versatility through the collaborations. BABYMETAL isn’t new to partnering with other acts, either. Last year they were featured on Lil Uzi Vert’s album, Pink… Read more »


10 Black Pop-Punk & Alt-Rock Acts Everyone Should Know

From rock n’ roll godmother Sister Rosetta Tharpe to grunge singer Tina Bell, there have always been Black rock music artists. Pop-punk and alternative rock are no different. To celebrate Black History Month and the kickass contributions of Black rock artists, here are 10 Black pop-punk and alt-rock artists you should listen to year-round. Fefe Dobson The Canadian pop-punk singer Fefe Dobson released her self-titled debut album in 2003, which spawned hits that included “Take Me Away,” “Bye Bye Boyfriend,” and “Everything.” She would follow that album with 2006’s Sunday Love and 2010’s Joy. The latter was especially notable for… Read more »


Coachella Launches 2024 Lineup Featuring No Doubt Reunion

Everybody stay cool…No Doubt will officially be reuniting at the 2024 Coachella. This morning, the Indio, CA mainstay festival unveiled its upcoming 2024 lineup. The roster features the likes of The Aquabats, The Japanese House, late night drive home, Militarie Gun, and Taking Back Sunday. Adding to the excitement of the back-to-back weekend festivities, ska-punk legends No Doubt will be reuniting after nearly 10 years since performing a full set at KAABOO Festival in 2015. The weekend will be headlined by Lana Del Rey, Tyler, The Creator, and Doja Cat. In Coachella’s usual fashion, the festival will take place across two… Read more »


poptropicaslutz! Have A ‘Face For The Radio’ In Exclusive Album Breakdown

Meet the duo that are taking over the alternative scene one glitched-out, catchy chorus at a time. This month, poptropicaslutz! dropped their highly-anticipated debut album Face For The Radio via Epitaph Records and it is loaded with hits from start to finish. After dropping a slew of exciting singles this year including popular tracks “Catastrophe” featuring Magnolia Park, “Upside Down“, and “What Would You Do To Get Ahead(line)?“, the record’s B-sides are just as great. “Wind Back” and “Sierra Echo X-Ray” for example, are totally stand-out tracks. The group explore many genres across the record, including nods to early 2000’s… Read more »

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