The Eagles’ Greatest Hits, Volume II received the Recording Industry Association of America’s Diamond Award on Tuesday, marking sales of more than ten million copies. The album marks the band’s third Diamond album, along with Hotel California, which just reached sales of 16 million and Their Greatest Hits: 1971-75, which according to the RIAA is the best-selling album of all-time with sales of 27 million copies. The new round of certifications pushes the Eagles’ total sales to 83.5 million, making them the third highest certified band, behind only the Beatles and Led Zeppelin, and the fifth highest certified artist overall.… Read more »
Magnolia Park‘s second performance at When We Were Young Fest 2023 became an unforgettable highlight when they welcomed pop-punkers Arrows In Action to the stage for a sensational cover of Fall Out Boy‘s 2005 classic “Sugar, We’re Goin Down.” The moment was nothing short of a sonic journey, taking the audience on a nostalgia-fueled ride back to the mid-aughts when the original song became an anthem for the emo/scene generation. Any elder emos in the house? As the two bands merged their talents on the Ghost Stage, the energy in the crowd reached a fever pitch. With impeccable harmonies and… Read more »
Scene Queen, “bimbocore” royalty, just dropped a new song and corresponding music video for “Pink Push-Up Bra” via Hopeless Records. The music video follows the vocalist decked out in pink à la Elle Woods of ‘Legally Blonde,’ and it even features a perfect pup Chico The Chihuahua. Scene Queen began teasing the track in early September, sharing snippets of the heavy metal-infused track. “I made a song for women to take their power back,” she shared on Instagram. Check out the full “Pink Push-Up Bra” video below. The music video, which also has cameos from TX2 and members of Honey… Read more »
Rick Astley covered “Everlong” by Foo Fighters at a festival this weekend, and it was a brilliant celebration of timeless music.
Our favorite Arizona band, The Maine have shared an incredible cover of “Cruel Summer” from Taylor Swift’s Lover album. The cover starts with soft, roomy guitars before pushing forward into a synth-driven chorus. John O’Callaghans vocals are somber and beautiful as always. This is a cover we never knew we needed, but are so grateful for. The Maine have also recently announced that they will be re-recording their sophomore album, Black & White. In true Taylor Swift inspired fashion, they are doing this in order to re-claim the record, as it was their only major label release. The Maine’s vocalist John… Read more »
Punk Rock Factory have today (March 31st) released their new album It’s Just A Stage We’re Going Through, a collection of songs taken from the world’s biggest musicals. And to celebrate, they’ve given their take on an ABBA classic. That is “Mamma Mia”, the title track from the wonderful, life-affirming musical based on the music of the Swedish pop legends, and the band have transformed it into something truly special. Taking the iconic melodies and beats and pushing them through a chaotic pop-punk mesh, they’ve turned it into a total pit anthem. There’s even a breakdown. And with a video… Read more »
I started Punk Goes Pride as my effort to connect more trans people, queer people and women making waves in this music scene. It might not change the world, but it’s something and it’s a start. It’s what I can do. What can you do?
Canadian electronic and art-pop duo Purity Ring wrapped up a two-night NYC run on Sunday, June 26th, at Bushwick’s Brooklyn Steel.
Black joy is in the house and it sings!
Life is about growth and pushing your own boundaries, which is something Ohio’s Overgrow took to heart on their new EP Hear Your Voice Again.