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Say Anything Announce ‘…Is A Real Boy’ 20th Anniversary Tour

Say Anything has announced a full US headline tour kicking off next year to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of their debut full length album, …Is A Real Boy. A record that boasted indie hits like “Alive With The Glory Of Love,” “Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too,” and “Every Man Has A Molly,” it enhanced expectations from your typical rock band in the early 2000’s. They set a new bar that has rarely been met by other acts. Say Anything stuck out like a sore thumb in the scene with their inception in a beautifully unique and transparently broken… Read more »


Have Mercy Find Themselves Stuck In The “Middle” On New Song

Ahead of their full album release, Have Mercy is sharing a bouncy new song and accompanying music video with retro visuals for “Middle.” You can catch this new track, as well as their October release “Alive” on NUMB, their full-length record arriving December 8 via Rude Records. So, if you have been waiting for new Have Mercy since their August 2022 self-titled EP, your time is almost here. In the meantime, here’s one more track to enjoy before December arrives. Check out “Middle” below. Vocalist Brian Swindle says, “‘Middle’ is about being in between two places. Knowing you want or… Read more »


blink-182 Go No. 1 On Billboard 200 With ‘ONE MORE TIME…’

In less than a month, blink-182 has hit it big with ONE MORE TIME… as the new album hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. According to Billboard, the LP started at “125,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending Oct. 26.” When sharing the news, blink-182 posted, “Thank you all for making this happen,” on Twitter/X. This marks the trio’s third No. 1 charting album alongside California (their 2016 record with Matt Skiba, sans Tom DeLonge) and 2001’s Take Off Your Pants and Jacket. This may not come as a surprise as “EDGING,” the… Read more »


When We Were Young Fest Announces 2023 Set Times

Dust off your Chucks and Vans because it is officially When We Were Young Fest week! With excitement building around the festival, particularly the highly anticipated headline performances from blink-182 and Green Day, the official When We Were Young Fest 2023 set times for this weekend’s festivities and shenanigans are here! Amidst a flurry of teasers hitting left, right, and center from artists across the lineup, one notably apt teaser has piqued our interest—a sneak peek at blink-182‘s upcoming track, “When We Were Young.” We’re crossing our fingers that they debut the song live at the festival…I mean, seriously, what… Read more »


Have Mercy Feel “Alive” On First New Music Of 2023

Marking their first new music since August 2022’s self-titled EP, Have Mercy has unveiled their soul-stirring new single, “Alive.” This captivating track is a sneak peek of what’s to come on their upcoming album, NUMB, which is scheduled to arrive via the group’s new label, Rude Records, on December 8. Embarking on a journey back to their roots, “Alive” is an examination of feeling ensnared in a toxic relationship with nowhere to turn or escape to. The song unfurls in an array of meticulously constructed drum fills and guitar work, creating a powerful backdrop for vocalist Brian Swindle’s  gut-wrenching opening… Read more »


12 Best Alternative Performances From The MTV VMAs

The MTV Video Music Awards isn’t just a superficial awards show. It’s an institution that has crafted some of pop culture’s most iconic moments. Frankly, no other awards show has created massive ripples in the cultural zeitgeist such as Miley Cryus’ famous twerking moment and Beyoncé’s baby bump reveal alongside bands such as Alien Ant Farm playing their cover of “Smooth Criminal” or Rage Against The Machine and Limp Bizkit feuding onstage in 2000. However, many viewers equate the MTV VMAs to purely celebrating the efforts of most American Top 40 artists. This could not be further from the truth.… Read more »


Blur Returns With Incendiary New Album

The absolutely iconic rock band, Blur dominated the Britpop scene in the nineties. Today they have returned to deliver an incredible new album The Ballad Of Darren. This is the group’s ninth studio album, and first official release in eight years. They teamed up with producer, James Ford in London in the spring of this year to carats ten fantastic tracks. The album was announced in May, followed by an epic show at Colchester Arts Centre. Blur then dropped an amazing new track, “The Narcissist“. Although Blur gained worldwide popularity for their famous grunge-rock track “Song 2“, dedicated fans know… Read more »


Jaret Reddick Announces Intimate Summer Tour Dates

Our very own rockstar dad, Jaret Reddick, is hitting the road to share his love of country music with fans in Texas, Colorado, and Tennessee. Kicking things off in Amarillo, TX on July 14 and closing the tour in Wichita Falls, TX on August 19, the Bowling For Soup frontman is playing songs from his solo project at some pretty intimate venues. This includes The Bluebird Cafe, one of Nashville’s most iconic spots for both up-and-coming and experienced songwriters to share their music.  Reddick shared the news with fans on Instagram yesterday with a picture of his tour flyer. “Come… Read more »


Jeff Rosenstock Feels The Chaos Of Being Alive On New Album ‘Hellmode’

Jeff Rosenstock has returned with the announcement of his ninth studio album, Hellmode. The new record is set to drop September 1st via Polyvinyl. Today, Rosenstock shared a brand new single “Doubt” along with an accompanying anime-style music video. Earlier this year, Rosenstock released another single off of the upcoming album, “Liked U Better“, making “Doubt” our second taste. The animated video was created by members of the team behind Craig of the Creek, a show that Rosenstock soundtracks. Pretty cool! Speaking on the music video for “Doubt”, Jeff Rosenstock shared: “I wanted to make an anime-inspired video that captures… Read more »

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