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Jagwar Twin & lovelytheband Share Shimmering “tomorrow [ANGLE OF ETERNITY]”


Viral sensation Jagwar Twin is back with a thrilling new collab. The “Bad Feeling (Oompa Loompa)” singer teamed up with indie rock darlings lovelytheband to craft “tomorrow [ANGLE OF ETERNITY]” via Big Loud Rock. Jagwar Twin says, “I’ve been friends with Mitchy [Collins, lovelytheband vocalist] for many years. We grew up around the same music scene and Mitchy played me the original demo of ‘Broken’ and the first lovelytheband songs in my garage. Mitchy has always been an incredible songwriter and the whole band is so talented. It was such a pleasure to be able to do something together.” Read… Read more »

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Daisy Grenade Drops Punchy Pop-Rock Summer Hit, “Hypocrite”


The song of the summer just arrived. Daisy Grenade and their new single “Hypocrite” is a pop-rock song that feels straight out of an early aughts coming-of-age comedy movie. “Dumb, dumb, you’re acting stupid/I don’t want, don’t want to do this/Done, done, done with your bullshit/Someone’s gotta tell you, so I guess I’ll do it/H-Y-P-O-C-R-I-T-E/You’re a hypocrite,” the duo sings over punk rock riffs. Check out the punchy track and accompanying soccer-themed music video below. Coming up in July, Daisy Grenade will be heading out on Sad Summer Festival. Scene staples Mayday Parade, The Maine, The Wonder Years, We The Kings, Real Friends, and… Read more »

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Teddy Swims Taps Tiago PZK For Reimagining Of “The Door”


Following the recent April 26 release of I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy (Part 1.5), Teddy Swims is back with a reimagination of fan-favorite track “The Door” featuring Argentinian icon Tiago PZK. The “Lose Control” artist shared, “It’s been crazy seeing my music spread throughout the world, especially in Latin America. I remember when I first saw my songs being translated into Spanish – it was a surreal experience. I knew I wanted to add a new dynamic to this track and am so excited to have Tiago joining me on it.” Tiago PZK also shared more about his work on the track noting,… Read more »

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HEALTH Reimagines “ASHAMED” With CHVRCHES’ Lauren Mayberry


HEALTH is gearing up for Rat-Girl summer of their own, and they’re kicking it off with a reimagined version of “ASHAMED” from their 2023 LP RAT WARS. The LA-based noise rockers have recruited CHVRCHES‘ frontwoman Lauren Mayberry to add her unique indie pop vocals to the ethereal track. Recently, HEALTH also revealed their SELECTED WORKS album on May 13, 2024 featuring reworked tracks with guest features from Bad Omens, Poppy, Lamb Of God, and more. Check out the crossover below. Throughout the summer and fall, HEALTH is performing on myriad festival stages and headlining their own Rat-Based Warfare shows in… Read more »

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Listen To IDLES Reimagine Little Simz’s “Mood Swings”


You streamed all of TANGK, now you can get a little extra IDLES via their new Spotify Singles sessions. The Brit-rockers offered a live version of “Roy” as well as a unique cover of London rapper extraordinaire Little Simz‘s “Mood Swings” from her EP Drop 7. Check out IDLES‘ Spotify Singles offerings below. IDLES is currently working their way through North America on a massive international tour before heading back to the UK for winter shows. Check out the full 2024-2025 route below and secure tickets here. Tour Dates: Read more: idobi Radio Summer School Tour Announces Debut Lineup With… Read more »

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Lana Del Rey Claims She Invented Hair Bows, Here’s Why It Was Really The Millionaires


In April 2024, Lana Del Rey boldly claimed that she invented bows. She commented on a fan post on Instagram with the remark, and fans went wild over it.  This begs the question: did she actually invent them as a fashion staple in today’s scene? Before we dive in and discuss this, let’s clarify a few things. I am a Lana Del Rey fan and am not downplaying her legendary influence in fashion and trend-setting. This woman brought flower crowns, Waffle House, flowing dresses, Coca-Cola, and vintage Americana fashion to the forefront. She led Tumblr culture in the 2010s and… Read more »

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10 New Femme Rockers To Check Out If You Love Paramore


Since the day “Misery Business” became the anthem of a generation, it became a cliche rite of passage for female pop-rock vocalists to be compared to Hayley Williams upon entering the pop-rock scene. Whether they truly resemble the neon-haired powerhouse or not, the inevitable comparisons are unrelenting. It is simultaneously flattering and frustrating as these artists strive to create identities of their own in a brutally competitive industry.  If you are a fan of powerful vocalists and the unique flair of pop-rock, I implore you to listen to these 10 femme pop-rock artists of the modern era. Each one possesses… Read more »

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10 Times Rock Ruled At The Eurovision Song Contest 


It’s the most wonderful time of year once more. Eurovision is back, and it continues to get bigger and more prominent worldwide. Though it is known as the institution that turned ABBA into superstars and showcases the wildest and weirdest creations that Europe has to offer, there is still room for some rock ‘n’ roll in the ranks.  Over the years, pop has been the predominant genre in which countries project their entries. Though guitars have been making their way slowly but surely, they sometimes take the whole competition by storm. From masked monsters and nu-metal stalwarts to glam-rock superstars,… Read more »

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The Story So Far Drops Punchy New Single, “All This Time”


Ahead of their forthcoming full-length album, I Want To Disappear, The Story So Far has released their punchy new single, “All This Time.” This release arrives as the third single following the release of “Big Blind” and “Letterman.”  As the album’s opener, the track bursts forth with a fervent array of instrumentation. Front and center is vocalist Parker Cannon, whose commanding delivery serves as the perfect introduction to the album. Check out “All This Time” below. Drummer Ryan Torf shares of the album in a press release, “We kind of grew out of our 20s between this record and last.… Read more »

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Can’t Swim Releases Straightforward Track, “No Backbone”


Sometimes you just need to be straightforward. That’s exactly what Can’t Swim accomplishes across their new song, “No Backbone.” The track taps into a quick-paced pop-punk sound while still holding onto the New Jersey acts post-hardcore instrumentation. Singer Chris LoPorto says that the single was written quickly, but the band still went back to check their work. “Once we finished it, we went back a few times to see if we should add a part or bring more instrumentation/layers to the mix, but whatever we did seemed to take away from the song rather than add to it.” He continues,… Read more »

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