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The Postal Service & Death Cab For Cutie Extend 20th Anniversary Tour

No one’s going to Give Up on The Postal Service, especially not Death Cab For Cutie’s Ben Gibbard.  Gibbard is pulling double duty with the show line-up as he’s the vocalist of both popular groups. The electrifying show is a testament to the indie-rock and pop genre that ushered in a new phase for underground artists that still keeps The Postal Service and Death Cab For Cutie as scene icons of inspiration. With the success of the initial, sold-out tour run, fans will get another chance to experience their energetic and nostalgic performance on stage in 2024. The Give Up… Read more »


Trash Boat Drops Surprise New Single “Liar Liar”

Trash Boat has surprised fans with their new single “Liar Liar,” via Hopeless Records. It’s a screaming, hard-hitting anthem about the issues stemming from certain new media that cause problems in society. The messaging coincides heavily with their only other release of the year “Delusions Of Grandeur,” which was released in February and discusses overindulgence in life and how we need to detach from it. The band is currently on tour with Don Broco in the UK through December. Singer Tobi Duncan says the song came together through, “frustration surrounding modern ‘podcast bro’ culture.” He elaborated that, “People that talk… Read more »


The Amity Affliction Drops Remix Single “Show Me Your God”

Mixing EDM and metalcore is on the rise. The Amity Affliction is the most recent artist to jump on this trend and has reimagined their song “Show Me Your God” with DJ PROBLM CHLD. The bouncy trance, sometimes dubstep-esqe beat, is a different way to listen to the Australian act. Earlier this year, the group also dropped their new album, Not Without My Ghosts, which includes features from phem and posthumous rapper Louie Knuxx. With reworked songs, sometimes it can take time to get used to new sounds, flow, and even sometimes fewer vocals. But guitarist Dan Brown says, “I… Read more »


Ghost Atlas Releases New Single “Lesser God,” Announces Album

Last week, Jesse Cash, the mastermind behind Ghost Atlas, celebrated the six year anniversary of his 2017 full-length album, All Is In Sync, And There’s Nothing Left To Sing About. Amidst celebrations of the release, Cash shared on Instagram, “I haven’t released a full-length album as Ghost Atlas since, which is nuts. But, I wrote and recorded a new one, and it’s about time to hand it over to you.” He continued, “So much has changed about myself and my approach to songwriting since making this, and it’s been fun to listen back today and reflect on that. After all… Read more »


Olivia Rodrigo To Paramore: 10 Albums senses Loved In 2023

In the dynamic soundscape of 2023, pop-rock trio senses—comprised of frontwoman Madison Taylor, guitarist Josh Bissell, and drummer Nick Sampson—has emerged as a powerhouse on stage in 2023. As we bid farewell to this year, senses invite us into their vibrant sonic universe, unveiling their carefully curated list of the top 10 albums that have left an indelible mark on their musical journey. This thoughtfully crafted selection offers a window into the diverse influences shaping the creative minds of the trio. Standout picks include Pierce The Veil‘s transcendent masterpiece, The Jaws Of Life, a raw and emotionally charged exploration that… Read more »


Lauryn Macfarlane

Welcome Lauryn Macfarlane to the show! Lauryn is a genre-defying songwriter making waves with her catchy tunes and diverse sound. Hailing from Canada, Lauryn has a knack for crafting music that seamlessly blends emotive lyrics with captivating melodies. This week, we discuss her latest single, “Dive,” what music inspires here, how to cultivate self-love, and much 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 »


blink-182 Drops Surprise “ANTHEM PART 3” Live Music Video

blink-182 is still keeping us on our toes and dropping new surprises for fans following the October release of their ninth studio album ONE MORE TIME…. Today, the trio shared a new live music video for the track “ANTHEM PART 3.” If you remember blink’s Denny’s meme moment, they played this song for a crowd at the diner, as well. Filmed across the span of multiple tour dates, the live performance video sees concertgoers crowd-surfing, fans in Enema Of The State nurse costumes, and even Mark Hoppus flipping off a car and Tom DeLonge poking Travis Barker‘s butt. Classic. Check… Read more »


15 Songs We Can’t Wait To Hear At When We Were Young 2024

When We Were Young Fest is ready for another run. With the announcements of next year’s dates on October 19 and 20, the stacked lineup has fans excited with the number of acts performing iconic albums. From Cobra Starship, Hey Monday, Millionaires to Fall Out Boy, 3OH!3, and more, there will be a ton of tunes that audiences are stoked to hear live (maybe even for the first time!) Here are 15 songs we’re dying to hear at When We Were Young 2024.  1. The Sharpest Lives — My Chemical Romance With a noticeable opening heavy bass line, the fourth… Read more »

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