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Paramore Collab With Remi Wolf & More On ‘Re: This Is Why’

Get your headphones ready, Paramore fans! Our favorite trio is back with their remix album, Re: This Is Why. Putting a fresh spin on each song from their latest studio record, This Is Why, the world-dominating band invited some of their favorite artists and collaborators to participate in the release. From the opening acts of their headlining tour (The Linda Lindas, Foals, and Remi Wolf) to long-term friends in the industry (Zane Lowe, Panda Bear, Romy), each remix shows a different side of Paramore and their musical versatility.   Powerhouse frontwoman Hayley Williams shares the inspiration behind the reimagined record. “We’ve… Read more »


We’re Finally Getting A Paramore and Julien Baker Crossover on ‘Re: This Is Why’

After a whirlwind international tour and a new album cycle, Paramore is back with a new remix album of sorts, Re: This Is Why, and they announced each artist taking part in the release. The LP is set to arrive on October 6.  According to a social media post, the band says, “We’ve long wanted to recognize the connection we have with some of the artists who’ve influenced us as a band and/or who have cited our band as an influence. Re: This Is Why is almost a remix album. Some of the songs have been remixed sort of classically,… Read more »


Radiohead ruled in 2007, at any price

2007 was a year of duality for music. While the industry continued to tank, it was quietly a very good year for rock ‘n’ roll and indie music. The Boss returned with his old band, the Police actually got along and even Led Zeppelin reunited. The most exciting music was busy breaking down barriers. Arcade Fire played in intimate churches; Web site TakeAwayShows.com and the film “Once” returned music to the streets; and a certain British band eliminated a very big middle man. “In Rainbows,” Radiohead: The much-ballyhooed online release of “In Rainbows” in some ways obscured what an excellent… Read more »


Animal Collective sings alien pop tunes

They’ve been called weirdoes, freaks and Satanists. Animal Collective’s otherworldly song structures, deconstructed harmonies and tribal rhythms aren’t always met with receptive ears, but there might not be a more progressive band in indie music. With two of the best-reviewed albums of the year – the band’s new “Strawberry Jam” and the solo disc by keyboardist Panda Bear, “Person Pitch” – Animal Collective has established itself as an act wildly separate from the many retro-oriented bands that populate today’s scene. The sound of the future, the psychedelic band acknowledges, is something they seek. “That’s kind of always been a goal,… Read more »

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