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News Flashes 08.17.22: Andrew McMahon’s New Single, The Teaser Trailer for Wednesday, and a blink-182 Reunion

Today we talk about the new Andrew McMahon single, a teaser trailer for Netflix’s Wednesday, and a tiny blink-182 reunion. — Andrew McMahon Has us in the Stars Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness released a brand new single called “Stars” along with a music video this morning. The all around talented artist gave us a song with beautiful sentiment about loving someone as they are. It has a dreamy and joyful tone. “Stars” is the first bit of music McMahon has released this year and it comes right as he’s in the middle of touring with Dashboard Confessional.  When talking… Read more »

News Flashes 02.23.21: UK Music Industry Calls for Govt Support, New Blink-182 on the way, Coca-Cola’s Racism Seminar, Honoring COVID-19 Victims

[Bottom Left: Photo by REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst, Bottom Right: Photo via Boris Johnson Twitter] Today UK music industry call for economic support, new Blink-182 on the way, Coca-Cola’s Racism Seminar, and honoring the lives lost to COVID-19. Pay Up, Boris: Music Industry Calls For Economic Support  The music and entertainment industry have received little to no support throughout the pandemic. After Boris Johnson revealed his plans for coming out of lockdown, UK music industry figures had some words about it. The prime minister shared that the goal is to have everything “back to normal” by June 21st and to “remove all… Read more »

blink-182 is Inevitable

WOO HOO! blink-182 just released “Blame It On My Youth”. If this song doesn’t make you lace up your Vans and grab a skateboard I can’t help you. When Mark Hoppus sings “You can never kill my high / I’m the ink and you’re the headline” You can feel it, a passionate declaration of pop-punk survival. Travis Barker is powerful and exacting as ever, as always, more like a machine gun than a metronome. Big Love for Matt Skiba. Always a fan of his guitar skills and songwriting, after their album California and this new song it’s hard to call… Read more »

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