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Eli Hurts Creates A Wonderland Experience On New Album ‘Ouch’

Pulling inspiration from a wide variety of artists including My Chemical Romance, 100 gecs, Smashing Pumpkins, Weezer, and even Lil Peep, LA-based Eli Hurts has released his highly-anticipated debut solo album, Ouch. Arriving today via Rude Records, Ouch has been brewing in Hurts since childhood. After releasing his debut EP, Future Accountants of America, Unite in 2020, Hurts set the tone of his forward-motion career through an array of alternative, emo, pop, punk, and a dash or two of synth. The culmination of these musical influences results in a motley of songs that are meant to be played at full

Tour De Sessions

Tour de Session: Eli Hurts

Eli Hurts invites us into his world in the latest edition of Tour De Sessions. The artist has a knack for dropping tunes that we love to groove to, so he’s showing us where all the music-making magic happens. Watch as Eli gives us a tour of the “executive action” room and his portable studio before playing some sick tunes (including a Weezer cover you don’t want to miss). Plus, meet Luna the Dog, see Eli’s killer drum skills, and more. Dig in below!


New Years Day Is Determined On New Single “I Still Believe”

New Years Day is beginning their 2024 by sharing their brand-new single, “I Still Believe,” from their upcoming album Half Black Heart. The record is due out March 1 and is currently available for pre-order. Plus, the heavy rockers previously released hard-hitting singles “Secrets,” “Vampyre” and “Hurts Like Hell.” “I Still Believe” is marked by urgent, pulsing instrumentals, soaring vocal runs, and a glowing determination throughout its lyrics. Check out the new song below. Vocalist Ash Costello says, “The first song we wrote for our new album was actually ‘I Still Believe.’ It was during the summer of 2020, amidst… Read more »


FELICITY Gets Into Nu-Metal With New Single “Kill ‘Em All”

FELICITY dabbles in nu-metal on their new single “Kill ‘Em All,” featuring rap-rockers Discrepancies, and released via Zodhiac Records. The song calls out hypocrisy and deception, which is highlighted in the bridge, “You need to drag us all down/Just to feel worth/But no one ever needed you/the truth hurts.” Opening with distorted vocals and a TV static-esque sound, the track goes straight into heavy rock riffs accompanied by a rap verse. The song runs under three minutes but captures a gritty and raw essence. Stitching together these sounds along with synths to slow it down, before revving up into an… Read more »


NERIAH’s “Even If It Hurts” Will Have You Dancing Through Heartbreak

Quickly following up on her highly-praised third EP, No One Cries Forever, NERIAH has dropped her new single “Even If It Hurts.” The track is the first pulled from her forthcoming 24-track debut album, which is scheduled for release later this year. NERIAH‘s dreamy and airy vocal delivery layered over the track’s upbeat instrumentation creates a dance-in-the-kitchen-under-a-disco-ball vibe that showcases her immense talent as a singer-songwriter. The song’s significance lies in its message of making the difficult decision to leave a relationship that is no longer good for you, prioritizing your own happiness and well-being. The song encapsulates the emerging… Read more »


Latin Grammy Loss Hurts Miami's Pride, Pocketbook

Hoteliers, restaurateurs and tourism promoters mourned the loss of the $40 million bonanza that the now-decamped Latin Grammy awards show was expected to bring to the Miami area. But what really has them crying in their Cristal Roederer is the blow to the city’s image. The Latin Grammy organizers said Monday that they were moving the glitzy Sept. 11 award show to Los Angeles because of worries that protests against artists from communist Cuba could threaten the safety of performers and spectators. “The perception of Miami in the international community is greatly damaged by this,” said Leslie Zigel, vice president… Read more »


Dr. Dre Delivers The Truth…

Dr. Dre’s hip-hop empire Aftermath Entertainment, will release the first female singer/songwriter, Truth Hurts’, in October 2001. She’s not a glorified hip-hop queen; her talent delves much deeper. The St. Louis, Missouri native studied classical and opera vocals for eight years, perfected her chops singing in gospel church choirs as an adult, and has co-written songs for Eric Benet, Shanice and Monifah. If there’s anything hip-hop about her, it’s her attitude that permeates a brutal honesty that could only be honed by the likes of Dr. Dre, R Kelly, Organized Noise, DJ Quik and Tim & Bob, who all contribute… Read more »


Courtney Love Sues Grohl And Novoselic, Blocks Nirvana Rarity

Courtney Love has blocked the surviving members of Nirvana – Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic – from releasing one of the band’s final tracks, and she’s suing them for control of the group’s legacy. A Seattle judge has granted Love a preliminary injunction preventing the release of a Nirvana song called “You Know You’re Right,” which Grohl and Novoselic planned to include on a Nirvana box set due this fall. Nirvana recorded the Kurt Cobain-penned tune in January 1994, three months before his suicide. “The fight is over control of Nirvana,” said Warren Rheaume, attorney for Grohl and Novoselic. “Hopefully… Read more »

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