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Tim Riley (Souvenirs)

Souvenirs is back with an all-new album, Love For The Lack Of It, out this Friday, October 23! This week I caught up with frontman Tim Riley to share how the album took shape and the lessons learned in the process. It was a blast to connect with him and hear his passion for the new 10-track album. Enjoy and share this episode with a friend. 

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Boots Riley, Sorry to Bother You

Sorry to Bother You…but there’s a new movie you need to see. Sherin sat down in the Chat Lounge with dircetor Boots Riley to discuss what went into making this film + more, then Sherin and Julian Lytle break the movie down.


DNA Interviews #14: Juan Garcia of Evildead!

On this episode of DNA Interviews: The Metal DNA Podcast, Shawn is joined by Juan Garcia of evildead to talk old school Thrash, Riley Gale, and their sick new record Toxic Grace, out now! Catch Metal DNA live Saturdays @ 8pmEST on idobi Howl! Follow Metal DNA on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram!


Foo Fighters Debut “Unconditional” At Manchester, UK Show

On June 13, Foo Fighters premiered “Unconditional” for lucky attendees of their Emirates Old Trafford show in Manchester, England. However, the song is, by no means, “new.” In fact, it’s an unreleased demo that was never fully realized. A band representative noted, “The band’s rediscovery of ‘Unconditional’ happened in true spontaneous Foo Fighters fashion. The song came up in conversation during rehearsals for the UK tour, and all it took was one run-through. The decision was made instantly to share it with everyone in the same way — live.” Check out the live performance of “Unconditional” below, courtesy of @foofighterslive… Read more »


The Home Team Issues Double Single, “Roommates” and “Overtime”

After announcing their forthcoming third studio album, The Crucible Of Life, earlier this week, The Home Team have launched a double feature music video for their new singles “Roommates” and “Overtime.”  “‘Roommates’ and ‘Overtime’ are two sides of the same coin,” vocalist Brian Butcher shares. “I’m not super into astrology, but I do admit that I identify pretty heavily with the descriptions of my sign of Gemini in that I flip flop between two sides of myself. These songs are a conversation between those two sides. ‘Roommates’ is from the perspective of a driven, organized and motivated side of me,… Read more »


The Home Team Announces New Album, ‘The Crucible Of Life’

The Home Team has announced their third album, The Crucible Of Life. The LP is set to be released on July 12 via Thriller Records and will feature Broadside and Intervals each on a track. The album will also include the band’s previously released singles: “Brag,” “Loud,” and “Hell.”  Dedicated listeners of the heavy pop act can choose between a black vinyl pressing and an orange “whispy smoke” variant or collect them all, including a special edition white vinyl option, in a bundle. For those who prefer to keep it old school, cassettes and CDs are also available to pre-order.… Read more »


Wallows Release Music Video For Their Single, “Calling After Me”

Hello? Wallows are calling with their fresh music video for their latest single, “Calling After Me.” The release comes ahead of their incoming album, Model, which arrives on May 24 via Atlantic Records. With a single that’s going to land on everyone’s summer playlist, the bouncy yet sad track flexes on what the trio does best. Read more: Riley! Drops “Bad Boys Boxing Club” Ahead Of ‘Keep Your Cool’ Album Release The video is a summery white-out room with the band solemnly performing. As the song progresses, they let their emotions show through a literal whirlwind destroying their living room… Read more »


The Home Team Drops Animated Odyssey For New Single, “Hell”

The Home Team has issued their irresistibly catchy new single, “Hell,” along with an exhilarating animated music video. The latest track from the four-piece exudes their trademark prowess, charisma, and tenacity, consistent with their previous releases, “Brag” and “Loud.” “‘Hell’ is a big ‘ol’ whopping leap into songwriting territory that we’re very familiar with, but in a completely new package,” vocalist Brian Butcher explains of the band’s new release. “This is one of those songs that we didn’t really set out to make but just came together in a great way. We had plenty of ‘Aha!’ moments during the process,… Read more »


The Vince Staples Show + Black Absurdism

Our Rioters were so busy getting down with Usher during the Super Bowl that they only managed to squeeze in one new segment all about The Vince Staples Show, before throwing it back to our other conversations about Black absurdism.

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