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Anti-Microwave ft. Rax and Li


Ding Ding, Stoners! Help us in welcoming our new friends Rax and Li on The way Highway as we sit down to talk about pocketing lighters in a cipher, cool and improvised pipes, and tasting boujee dog food! [smart_track_playerurl=”https://p.ido.bi/thewayhighway/TWH.251.mp3″ title=”Anti-Microwave ft. Rax and Li” artist=”The Way Highway” image=”http://i.ido.bi/assets/show/2018/09/WayHighway_LOGO_Square2.jpg” social=”true” social_twitter=”true” social_facebook=”true” social_gplus=”true” ]

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Microwave Unleashes Frank Ocean-Inspired “Huperzine Dreams”


Ahead of their fourth studio album, Let’s Start Degeneracy, which is slated to drop on April 26 via Pure Noise Records, Microwave has unleashed a piano-laden, Frank Ocean-inspired new offering, “Huperzine Dreams.” The track appears as the closing track of their forthcoming full-length and also acts as the second preview of the release following the arrival of “Bored Of Being Sad.” Across their latest single, the band enlisted the collaborative talents of longtime friend Joe Hertler of Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers, who added his expertise on piano and other production elements. Nathan Hardy‘s vocals and guitar work, influenced… Read more »

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Microwave Issues “Bored Of Being Sad,” Announces Fourth Album


Following the excitement they generated earlier this month with their massive tour announcement this spring, Microwave has returned with their electrifying, anthemic new single, “Bored Of Being Sad.” The new release arrives alongside an accompanying music video and the announcement of their fourth studio album, Let’s Start Degeneracy, which is slated to drop on April 26. “Bored Of Being Sad” sees Microwave at their best—having sharpened their prowess and vocalist/guitarist Nathan Hardy has honed his songwriting with a raw honesty. The chorus emerges as a rallying cry against romanticized sadness, with Hardy belting, “And I’m so bored of being sad/It’s… Read more »

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Microwave Announces Tour With Origami Angel, Heart Attack Man, & Carpool Tunnel


Microwave has announced a full U.S. headlining tour, scheduled to kick off following their performances at ​​the Roundabout Festival in Detroit, MI, on March 30 and the Shaky Knees Festival in their hometown of Atlanta, GA, on May 4.  Across the 23-show run, Microwave will be joined by Origami Angel, Heart Attack Man, and Carpool Tunnel. The tour will officially kick off on May 7 in Buffalo, NY, and conclude on June 8 in Philadelphia, PA. Tickets for the tour will go on sale this Friday, February 9, and will be available here. Ahead of their U.S. headlining tour, Microwave… Read more »

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Fenix TX, Microwave


The Gunz Show is prepped and ready to invade your speakers once again. This week, tune in to hear Gunz interview Fenix TX and Microwave.

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In Frequency – Interview with Microwave


This week on In Frequency, Eleanor Grace is joined by Nathan Hardy and Tyler Hill of Microwave for a deep dive into their upcoming sophomore record Much Love, due out September 30th on SideOneDummy.

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Pool Kids, Queen Of Jeans, More Added To No Earbuds Fest Lineup


In celebration of five years of No Earbuds, the music PR firm run by industry veteran Jamie Coletta, the inaugural No Earbuds Fest is on its way. The day-long punk music-lovers dream show takes place on June 15 at Pomona, California’s The Glasshouse. Early in the spring, No Earbuds released their first wave of artists, which included Glass Beach, We Are The Union, Jhariah, Dollar Signs, Teens In Trouble, J.R. Slayer, and La Fonda. Today, the full No Earbuds Fest lineup finally dropped. Pool Kids are also set to headline along with performances from Queen Of Jeans, talker, Grave Secrets,… Read more »

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