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Interview: Nick DeLouise of Pinelands Music Festival

The Pinelands Music Festival is set to rock New Jersey on August 15th. Its inaugural year will include The Early November, The Spill Canvas, and more, and will take its attendees out to the forest for a day of go karts, food trucks, and most importantly, incredible music.


Movements Are “Afraid To Die” On New Single/Video

Following the success of their recently released full-length RUCKUS! in late 2023, Movements have unveiled their new candid single, “Afraid To Die.” The new track arrives with an accompanying music video in which the band are seen running away from death through a series of dreams. “With “Afraid to Die,’ we were able to take the energy that was in RUCKUS! and fine-tune it by exploring different realms of what this band can be and what our music can sound like, and I think we did a good job of that with this song,” vocalist Patrick Miranda shares. “Sonically, it’s… Read more »


Hot Mulligan Releases “End Eric Sparrow And The Life Of Him” Single/Video

Following the release of their chaotic single “Stickers Of Brian,” which arrived via Wax Bodega Records earlier this year, Hot Mulligan has issued their latest offering, “End Eric Sparrow And The Life Of Him,” along with an accompanying music video. Clocking in at just shy of 3 minutes, “End Eric Sparrow And The Life Of Him” shares the intensity and brevity of “Stickers Of Brian.” The track’s foundation opens with a groovy guitar riff that sets the stage for the building frustration conveyed through both the vocal delivery and the increasingly urgent instrumentation. As the song progresses, the layered vocals… Read more »


Turnover Announces New Tour Dates With Glare And Glixen

Turnover is staying booked and busy all summer and fall long throughout the UK and North America. Today, the Myself In The Way artists announced more September and October tour dates. Back in May, Turnover announced they were hitting the road alongside Movements and Queen Of Jeans beginning on September 4 in Baltimore. Fans can now catch Turnover in additional cities with Glare and Glixen as support. The new tour dates kick off on September 30 in Boise, Indiana, and wrap up on October 7 in Huntington, West Virginia. Tour Dates:


Movements Announce Fall Tour With Turnover & Queen Of Jeans

Movements are bringing their RUCKUS! on the road this fall! Accompanied by Turnover and Queen Of Jeans as support, the four-piece is set to embark on a North American headline tour kicking off on September 4 in Baltimore, MD. The tour is scheduled to run through Septemeber before the band appears at the Austin City Limits Festival and When We Were Young Fest. General on-sale tickets for the tour will be available beginning this Friday at 10 AM local time, while VIP packages and tickets are currently available. The band’s full touring schedule, including overseas dates, is below, and you… Read more »


The Devil Wears Prada Taps LØLØ For “Reasons” Reissue

Following the original release of “Reasons,” which arrived in April 2023 alongside electronic artists Excision and Wooli, The Devil Wears Prada has reissued the collaborative single. Only this time, they have tapped Hopeless Records artist LØLØ to lend her talents to the track. “I was really excited when TDWP asked me to feature on this track,” LØLØ shares in a press release. “I’ve always thought they were so awesome but never thought I’d end up collaborating on a track with them. I think I probably just got a lot cooler.” “When we made ‘Reasons’ with Excision and Wooli, we knew… Read more »


Hawthorne Heights, Saosin, & More To Headline 20 Years Of Tears Tour

Elder emos rejoice! Hawthorne Heights frontman JT Woodruff has announced the 20 Years Of Tears Tour. The Ohio natives will bring along Saosin, Thursday, Anberlin, Armor For Sleep, and Emery for support across various dates. Plus, fans can see I See Stars, Cartel, This Wild Life, Stick To Your Guns, and more perform on select dates. Tickets go on sale this Friday, April 19, at 10 AM local time, with pre-sales starting tomorrow, Wednesday, April 17. The tour is a celebration of the Myspace generation and the impact these scene staples have had, and continue to have, in the alternative… Read more »


KennyHoopla Offers Laid-back Indie Sound On “keep a window open//”

Pop-punk rising star KennyHoopla is back with an eclectic new single “keep a window open//.” This track is preceded by the July release of his three-song EP BLINK AND YOU’LL MISS IT// featuring none other than frequent collaborator blink-182’s Travis Barker. The two even shared their official music video for the stand-out track “MARRY KILL F*CK//.” Departing from the raw punk rock sounds of the EP, this new single sees more indie elements at play with mellow, ethereal vocals. “‘keep a window open//’ is a song that is an ode to my roots and day one inspirations,” KennyHoopla says of… Read more »


The Story So Far Return With Triumphant New Single, “Big Blind”

Calling all devoted fans of The Story So Far, the moment you’ve been eagerly awaiting has arrived! Following a hiatus since 2018’s full-length Proper Dose release, the quartet makes an exultant return with their latest gem, “Big Blind,” via Pure Noise Records. From the opening notes, the unmistakable pop-punk prowess that defines The Story So Far takes center stage on “Big Blind.” This resounding track radiates a sense of familiarity while infusing it with newfound vitality. The interplay of instruments and the emotive vocals of Parker Cannon echo the very essence of the band’s trademark sound, presenting a captivating fusion… Read more »


KennyHoopla Drops “MARRY KILL F*CK//” Video Ft. Travis Barker

Following the release of KennyHoopla’s 3-track capsule project with frequent collaborator and friend, Travis Barker, the emerging artist has issued the official music video for the project’s standout single, “MARRY KILL F*CK//.” “MARRY KILL F*CK//” captures the very essence of KennyHoopla‘s unbridled energy and contagious punk-rock spirit. With clever references and innuendos scattered throughout, the song playfully nods to Barker’s bandmate Tom DeLonge with the line, “And everyone is recommending me their therapist/They believe in God/But don’t believe in aliens.” This song truly exemplifies KennyHoopla‘s uninhibited and electrifying musical style, making it a must-listen for fans of the genre. Read… Read more »

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