This weekend, Green Day played the greatest halftime show of the year, and no, it wasn’t at an American football game. The “Basket Case” artists headed to Hamilton, Ontario to play during the Canadian Football League (CFL) championship game, otherwise known as the Grey Cup. As the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Montreal Alouettes took a quick break from the game, Green Day took to the stage to play hits new and old for the football fans. They kicked off their four-song set with new single “The American Dream Is Killing Me,” followed by “Basket Case,” “Boulevard Of Broken Dreams,” and… Read more »
The energetic vocalist of Magnolia Park, Joshua Roberts, has announced his debut solo EP Good For You. It comes out on December 15 courtesy of Epitaph. His latest single, “Darkness” gives us a taste of what to expect from the upcoming release. Embarking on an exciting musical path, Roberts’ newest venture experiments with alternative R&B. The seamless transition from vibrant pop-punk to this new sound showcases the versatility of his voice and craft. Keeping it in the Mag Park family, he produced and wrote the single with Vince Ernst. Roberts says, “‘Darkness’ came about when Vince and I learned that… Read more »
It’s officially Halloween weekend, and you know what that means: scary movies, last-minute trips to the costume shop, and eating your way through all of the trick-or-treat candy. Lucky for us, this weekend also means new music from Magnolia Park, who just released their sophomore record, Halloween Mixtape II. Taking inspiration from the season’s spooky imagery, the alt-rock powerhouse explores the heavier aspects of their sound while weaving in pop, hip-hop, and theatre-emo musical stylings through Halloween Mixtape II. Yet, the diversity of Magnolia Park’s sound never feels disjointed or disingenuous. It’s heavy and dark while maintaining the band’s signature… Read more »
While fans eagerly anticipated blink-182 to debut their aptly titled new single “WHEN WE WERE YOUNG” during the trio’s first headlining performance at When We Were Young Fest, patience is still the name of the game. An opportunity to close out the festival during tomorrow night’s headlining performance with the track? We’re keeping our fingers crossed! Yet, the iconic trio did not disappoint as they delivered an electrifying performance, showcasing a medley of hits from their storied 20+ year career, along with fresh tracks from their recently released full-length album, ONE MORE TIME… The crowd erupted in excitement as blink-182… Read more »
Mike Shinoda has kickstarted a new era with a song called “Already Over”, a piece of music he admits has some of Linkin Park’s DNA within it.
Following the release of their album ‘Heavener’ earlier this year, Invent Animate have now released the title track as a standalone.
The Front Bottoms have shared a beautifully cinematic visual for their track “Paris” today. The visual created by Dad Filmed It, follows a stunning montage of the band from their recent performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Combining both live shots and behind-the-scene footage from backstage, it encapsulates The Front Bottoms in a way that feels comforting and familiar, while also larger than life. Commenting on the video, the band shared, “This was a very special night for us. Album release show at the legendary Red Rocks. For those that weren’t at the show we hope you enjoy this video as much as we do. Shot by our friends Dad Filmed… Read more »
Magnolia Park are on their weird shit and it is more than awesome. Today the band dropped their brand new single “Animal” and it is what we have been waiting for. Magnolia Park has proved themselves as frontrunners of the scene over the last few years. Dominating the pop-punk scene with single after single, they are unstoppable. However, it was time for them to take the next step. A group that oozes the talent and skill of a mainstay act, they showcase their ability to push outside of the box on this new release. Magnolia Park celebrate the new track… Read more »
Magnolia Park paid a visit to idobi Studios for a session, and pulled out a spine-tingling cover of Bring Me The Horizon’s “Drown”.
Just a few years ago, Magnolia Park was an up-and-coming pop punk band from Florida making small but impactful waves in their local scene. It didn’t take a rocket scientist to see that the group was destined for success. They have it all: the music, the look, the passion, and the ability to connect and relate to a large community of like-minded individuals. They quickly became absolutely inescapable on TikTok and Reels. Their videos were going viral seemingly every day. It can be argued that the second verse of their track “10 For 10” was the first to hit incredible… Read more »