ock trio Sleater-Kinney has signed with venerable Seattle label Sub Pop Records after releasing its past four albums for fellow indie Kill Rock Stars. The group will begin recording its Sub Pop debut Thursday with producer Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips, Mercury Rev) in upstate New York, with an eye on a May release. “We instigated it because we wanted to do something different,” vocalist/guitarist Corin Tucker told Billboard.com. “We really like the team that’s at Sub Pop now. There are people there who are really enthusiastic and putting out really good music. We’ve done a lot of records with Kill… Read more »
Alt-rock newcomer JULES IS DEAD has unleashed her cut-throat new single “Red Is My Favorite Color.” The venomous track marks the 17-year-old’s label debut through Atlantic Records in partnership with TAG Music, the new record label founded by musician/entrepreneur Gabe Saporta of Cobra Starship and Midtown fame. Per a Variety Magazine report, the joint venture partnership between Atlantic Records and TAG Music was announced on March 30 with the signing of JULES IS DEAD and Sophie Powers. Read more: Against The Current Dazzle On New Single “good guy” “’Red Is My Favorite Color’ is about giving your all to someone… Read more »
What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from KennyHoopla, Bowling For Soup, Weezer, and more.
The Riot grrrl movement began in the early 1990’s at the forefront of feminism, punk music, and political commentary. It was a genre built out of anger, frustration, and rage entirely crafted by badass women. These women aimed to express emotions considered acceptable for male songwriters at the time, but far less common for women. Growing out of the Pacific Northwest but quickly spreading across the country, acts like Bikini Kill and Sleater-Kinney paved the way for many bands to come in the future. Speaking on topics like sexual assault, domestic abuse, anarchism, and female empowerment, the movement was much… Read more »
— Today we talk about Magnolia Park’s new album, Bandcamp’s compliation to support safe abortion access, and Yungblud’s teaser. — Magnolia Park’s New Album Magnolia Park has been rising to the top since 2019 and they aren’t stopping anytime soon. The band announced that they’ll be dropping their debut album, Baku’s Revenge, on November 4th. Bassist Jared Kay said, “I think when [listening] to the messages in our songs and seeing the videos, you see that we’re more than a playful pop-punk band. We can have a good time and be silly, but we also show that there’s some serious… Read more »
Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week talks about the return of the riot grrrls.
What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from The Maine, All Time Low, Sum 41, and more.
For decades some of the most talented drummers in the music industry have been the women. These drummers were born with the beat, taking their talents and their empowerment and spreading them across the industry. They’ve changed the way things are done with big banging beats and the indomitable spirits that go along with them. Jess Bowen We could only start this list off with our favorite drummer: Jess Bowen. She absolutely kills it in every project. Jess most famously played for The Summer Set and NEKOKAT and joined 3OH!3 for the entirety of the last Warped Tour. Now she’s… Read more »
What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from Kim Petras, CHVRCHES, Halsey, and more.
What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from Waterparks, WhoHurtYou, PVRIS, and more.