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Waterparks Deliver “SNEAKING OUT OF HEAVEN” Music Video

Wake up, Parxies! Waterparks just dropped a vivid music video for their new single “SNEAKING OUT OF HEAVEN.” Staying true to their love of experimental imagery and primary colors, it is a fantastical visual pairing to the song’s synth-pop sensibility. Marking their first single and music video release since their LP, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, the trio proves that they are continuing to put the utmost attention to detail into their creative vision and branding.  From sped-up and stop-motion performance clips to close-ups of Awsten Knight in the grass and lit by a uniquely colored sunset, it feels like the viewer is… Read more »


Are Cobra Starship And Waterparks Teasing A Collab?

Cobra Starship lead singer Gabe Saporta is busy at work with TAG Music at Atlantic Records, while God’s Favorite Boy Band, Waterparks, are getting ready to tour Europe and the UK throughout the fall. During their busy schedules, both artists still have time to tease what seems to be a new collab. We know we shouldn’t be getting our hopes up, but… Via Twitter/X, Cobra Starship shared a video clip of a short audio burst of what sounds like vocalist Awsten Knight. The caption reads, “I looked up my twitter password just to post this. @waterparks @awten (let me know… Read more »


Zeph Announces Debut Album, Releases New Single

Emerging starlet Zeph has ignited excitement among fans with the announcement of her highly anticipated debut album, character development, accompanied by the release of a mesmerizing new single titled “you don’t like me like that.” This 11-track album is scheduled to make its grand entrance on June 16, courtesy of Hopeless Records. Zeph‘s latest, “you don’t like me like that,” unveils her unique musical style, seamlessly blending elements of alternative and pop while enveloping her ethereal vocals. The song delves deep into the complexities of unrequited love, resonating with listeners through its poignant portrayal of the frustration that accompanies feeling… Read more »


Cameron Hurley Issues Second Round Of blink-182 ‘Dude Ranch’ Covers

Last week, Cameron Hurley—who found fame with We Are The In Crowd in 2009 and became a staple on Warped Tour—released the first three installments to his complete cover album of blink-182’s 1997 album Dude Ranch.  Under the recording name new.wav, Hurley first issued “Pathetic,” “Voyour,” and “Dammit” covers, which exude the same high energy performance level as blink-182’s 2000 live album,  The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show. To date, Hurley has released two of the five installments that will eventually make up a full cover album of blink-182’s Dude Ranch. The 1997 album, which includes tracks such as “Dammit”… Read more »


Musicians Supporting Black Lives Matter

We are all looking for ways to support the Black Lives Matter movement (find a list of resources here) and that includes artists and creatives. It’s incredible to see people you admire taking a stand, using their platforms to amplify black voices and advocate for change, and doing what they can to stand on the right side of humanity. Here’s a list of some artists making their voices heard: Lizzo Lizzo has been posting videos on Instagram to spread awareness, educate, and provide information on where you can go to make a change. She’s remained vocal and has used her… Read more »

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