In any creative realm, inspiration often blossoms through the cross-pollination of diverse influences. Beauty School Dropout, a tenacious trio dedicated to carving out their own niche space in the rock genre, embodies this notion to create their own unique identity. Drawing from alternative, pop, and even a subtle touch of grunge and hip-hop, they’ve seamlessly woven these threads into a harmonious fusion of musings. Fresh off of the release of their sophomore full-length album, READY TO EAT, and actively on an extensive tour promoting the October 13 launch, Beauty School Dropout’s 9-track collection bursts with hit after hit of radio-ready… Read more »
With four previous studio albums each offering a fresh perspective of electrifying emo-pop, Kicksie has released their all-new record Slouch via Counter Intuitive Records. In an array of slow-burn ballads and unabashed honesty, Slouch reads more like Giuliana Mormile’s personal diary where they’re free to be who they want to be and articulate their most intimate moments. Opening with the kaleidoscope-esque track, “Closure” before blooming into the album’s third track “Boyfriend,” Slouch is an amalgamation of highs and lows that represent Mormile’s intimate journey as an artist. We had the chance to speak with Mormile, the mastermind behind Kicksie ahead… Read more »
The full lineup for this year’s Lollapalooza festival has been announced.
Say Anything are back together and have released a brand new track, “Psyche!” Today. They are a band that have always done things differently than everyone else. They stuck out like a sore thumb in the scene since their inception in a beautifully unique and transparently broken way. Max Bemis is a genius to say the least and you won’t find another project quite like his. Hell, their first full-length album, …Is A Real Boy, was intended to be a performative musical that transformed into a two-part melodic odyssey. With spoken word interludes, triumphant and drastic sonic changes within each… Read more »
— Today we talk about the Parklife Festival, Harry Styles’ new music video, and Rihanna’s new single for Wakanda Forever. — Parklife Festival Ticket Sales The UK’s Parklife Festival has announced 2023 dates and early bird ticket sales. You can attend the festival June 10–11, 2023 and if you signed up for pre-sale before now, you’ll have had the chance to snag some tickets earlier today. However, those tickets are already long gone. If you didn’t get that chance this morning, you can get general admission tickets for the early bird price tomorrow at 10am BST. There’s also a chance… Read more »
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What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from Machine Gun Kelly, Weezer, Beabadoobee, and more.
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