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Boston Manor Announces New Album ‘Sundiver,’ Releases Single “Heat Me Up”

Ahead of their fifth studio album, Boston Manor has released the lead single “HEAT ME UP” to generate excitement for their forthcoming full-length Sundiver. The single is dark and mysterious but carries a certain warm familiarity to it. Accompanied by two earlier releases, “Container” and “Sliding Doors,” the album carries resounding themes of understanding and second chances. In discussing the album, frontman Henry Cox says, “Going into the pandemic, we knew our next record would be a double album released in two parts. The first a short shadowy-noiry electronic record set over one night and the second a sprawling rock… Read more »


7 Female Punk Artists Leading The Genre

As we commemorate International Women’s Month, it is essential to recognize and appreciate women’s remarkable talent and invaluable contributions to the punk music scene. Women-led punk bands have been making waves for years, but their impact has been particularly significant in recent times, owing to their exceptional musical prowess, electrifying live performances, and inspiring lyrical messages. Women have proven that they are more than capable of holding their own in a predominantly male-dominated genre and have, in many cases, surpassed many of their male counterparts in terms of creativity, originality, and musical skill. It is high time that we give… Read more »


New Years Day Unleashes Fierce New Single, “Half Black Heart”

Following the release of their singles “Hurts Like Hell” in 2022, as well as “Vampyre” and “Secrets” in 2023, and the recent drop of “I Still Believe” at the top of 2024, New Years Day is back with a tantalizing glimpse into their forthcoming fifth studio album, Half Black Heart. Today, the group has unleashed the titular track, a powerful soundscape enriched by an infusion of guitar and drum-heavy industrial instrumentation. Frontwoman Ash Costello‘s unmistakable talent ignites the new song ablaze, delivering a scorching performance that grips listeners as she utters the opening lines, “Who died and made you king?/Who… Read more »


DEAR-GOD Drops Satirical Emo Hyperpop Album “The Punchline”

DEAR-GOD mixes so many genres together it is honestly impressive how well it all works. Ranging from modern hyperpop, to soundcloud emo-rap, to alternative punk, the entire sonic experience is still somehow rooted in heavy rock. It’s weird, aggressive, and undeniably unique. It is also very cool. This week DEAR-GOD released his debut full-length album, The Punchline via Dine Alone Records. On his most recent track, DEAR-GOD shares: My latest track, “Good Person,” is about moral authority and pacifism. When I have a serious issue with someone due to their harmful actions, I try to seek a just punishment. Some… Read more »


Greta Van Fleet Announce Massive World Tour

Today Greta Van Fleet have announced a world tour kicking off this May and running through September 2024 to support new music. Earlier this month, the band announced their highly-anticipated new album, Starcatcher, and dropped the lead single “Meeting The Master“. The new album is set to release July 21st via Lava/Republic/EMI. The album was recorded in Nashville by the band and Grammy-winning producer Dave Cobb (Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell) over sessions that guitarist Jake Kiszka described in a statement as “very instinctual.” You can pre-order the new album here. Just days after the album drops, the North American leg… Read more »

News Flashes 06.23.22: Dune 2 Cast, FDA Bans Juul, and Twitter Changes

Today we talk about the cast for Dune 2, the FDA banning Juul in the United States, and Twitter’s potential new feature. Dune 2 Cast Fans are excited as we get new details on the sequel to Dune. Yesterday they revealed more of the cast for the upcoming series. Christopher Walken is taking on Shaddam IV, Florence Pugh will be Princess Irulan, and Austin Butler has been cast as Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen. As if the Dune cast wasn’t already stacked, we now have a movie legend with Walken and some of the biggest names in the past few years with Pugh… Read more »


Ruben Studdard Confronted By Rabid Claymates At Tour Stop – Review

“American Idol” Ruben Studdard is lucky he has a healthy ego. Not only is “Idol” runner-up Clay Aiken beating the champ on the Billboard singles charts, but on the fifth stop of the “Idol” summer tour, the spiky-haired crooner proved that he’s winning the battle for the hearts and minds of “Idol” fans across the country. Even before the nine “Idol” finalists took the stage at U.S. Bank Arena Sunday night to perform a nearly two-and-a-half-hour medley of covers, the mere sight of Clay’s face on the two Jumbotron screens flanking the massive neon ballroom set was enough to elicit… Read more »


Despite New Top-10 Record, Kurupt Looking Ahead To Next Disc

“She’s Kobe, and I’m Shaq,” Kurupt said of himself and his fiancée, Blaque’s Natina Reed, on the heels of the Lakers’ championship series win last month. The lovebirds can currently be caught trading verses, Crip-walking and courting each other in the video for Kurupt’s “It’s Over.” The L.A. by way of Philly rapper may be on to something – their duet helped him debut at #10 on the latest Billboard 200 albums chart with Space Boogie: Smoke Oddessey. It was just a year ago that the longtime buddies fell in love. As to who made the first move, we’ll probably… Read more »

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