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Carter, Connick do their home work in New Orleans

As former President Jimmy Carter nailed down the front porch of a home under construction Wednesday, singer Harry Connick Jr. gave an update on the progress being made in the Upper 9th Ward, an area slow to recover from Hurricane Katrina. The two are supporters of Habitat for Humanity, and both expressed their excitement about the organization’s construction of houses in this section of the city, where block after block of flooded-out homes still sit vacant on lots with overgrown grass. “To be part of this rebuild is thrilling,” said Connick, who took his 12-year-old daughter, Georgia, to the construction… Read more »


Mike’s Dead Releases New Song “WAR” Focused On Mental Health

Mike’s Dead has dropped his new track, “WAR,” via Hopeless Records. It’s a gritty metal mix that addresses the struggles of mental health through high energy and raw emotion. This one will surely get fans ready to open up the mosh pit. The metal act says that the song is about working through tough times. “Screaming ‘I want war/ Give me more’ was a call out for harder battles, more challenges, and to become the best version of myself I can be.” He continues, “I believe this song will resonate deeply for those who struggle with mental health and want… Read more »


YUNGBLUD Leads “Future Of Alternative And Hip-Hop” On New Lil Yachty Collab

YUNGBLUD has already been leading a revolutionary musical movement spanning across generations, and now he’s aiming to inspire “the future of alternative and hip-hop.” Today, the UK artist has unleashed the collaborative single, “When We Die (Can We Still Get High?),” featuring rapper/hip-hop superstar Lil Yachty. The track unfolds with an artful array of graceful guitar strums that captures a 90s Britpop/alternative rock sound, ushering in a slow-burn, toned-down vocal delivery courtesy of YUNGBLUD. In the quiet recesses of introspection, he asks, “Does heaven have a dealer?/Do they sell the love cheaper than in Hollywood?” As the notes weave together,… Read more »


The Plot In You Seeks “Closure” On New Track And Music Video

The Plot In You has returned with a new single and accompanying music video for the raw, earnest track “Closure.” The song precedes the band’s forthcoming EP Vol. 2, which will arrive on May 3 via Fearless Records. Pre-orders are available here. On January 12, the band released the Vol. 1 EP featuring the likes of the metamorphic “Left Behind” and grueling “Forgotten.” You can order the EP on vinyl here. The Plot In You‘s latest release sees the band at one of their most vulnerable moments. “I know it’s falling apart/There’s nothing left of us/I guess I’m here because/I… Read more »


8 Alternative Performances On Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve

Whether you loved 2023 or loathed it entirely, it’s time to say goodbye to this year and hello to a new one. Of course, it’s tradition to celebrate New Year’s Eve morphing into New Year’s Day donning sparkling dresses and numbered glasses that are trying too hard to look wearable. Plus, what holiday is complete without a bit of bubbly or fancy cocktails/mocktails? Aside from these New Year’s party additions, it is basically a necessity to watch the Times Square Ball Drop via Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve special. Now hosted by Ryan Seacrest, this year’s 2024 musical special… Read more »


Laura Jane Grace Spills Her Guts On New Single “Cuffing Season”

Arriving as the third preview to her forthcoming full-length album, Laura Jane Grace has issued her hypnotizing and melancholy new single, “Cuffing Season.” The new single, as well as “Dysphoria Hoodie” and the titular track, will appear on Grace’s new record, Hole In My Head, set to drop on February 16, 2024. “Cuffing Season” opens with the soft, melodic strumming of an acoustic guitar, setting the stage for Grace’s commanding and distinctive vocals to pierce through the music with precision. Delving into the depths of existentialism, the passage of time as you get older, heartbreak, and the raw pain of… Read more »


IDLES Announces Huge 2024 World Tour, New LP ‘TANGK’

Bristol-based post-punkers IDLES are going on a major international tour in 2024, including plentiful stops in North America. Beginning on February 29, the band will kick off a long run of European shows in Portugal, and conclude on March 23 in Frankfurt. Then, the group will begin their North American tour on May 3 in Vancouver before heading down into the United States and also hitting venues in Mexico. Of course, the British band will finish out the extensive tour at shows in the UK and Ireland. In October, the rock quintet announced their forthcoming fifth album TANGK, and released… Read more »


Laura Jane Grace Announces Forthcoming New LP ‘Hole In My Head’ & Shares New Music Video

Laura Jane Grace, founder of Against Me!, just announced she’s releasing a new solo record, Hole In My Head. It might be her birthday today, but she is definitely the one giving fans a gift, as she is also heading out on a tour beginning in March and dropped a brand-new music video for the album’s title track. The album will be out on February 16, 2024, via Polyvinyl Record Co. and can be pre-ordered here. Depicting a traditional, monotonous 9-5 job, the music video sees the main character breaking outside of a normal routine, literally. Over uplifting guitar strums,… Read more »


Beauty School Dropout Is ‘READY TO EAT’ On New Album

Los Angeles pop-rock trio Beauty School Dropout stole our heart as the blink-182 North American tour opener, and are blessing our Friday with their brand new album READY TO EAT. Across the nine tracks including hit single “beautiful waste,” the band reveals their modern alternative prowess, setting the stage for the genre’s future. “READY TO EAT is the culmination of our high highs, low lows and everything in between,” says the band. “The album is a sonic spiral through our personal struggles with addiction, relationships and love (or lack thereof). The album is meant to be a reflection of our… Read more »

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