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Sloppy Jane Releases My Chemical Romance Cover Of “Cancer”

Sloppy Jane has unveiled a soul-stirring rendition of My Chemical Romance’s 2006 fan-favorite, “Cancer,” enriched with additional strings and haunting backing vocals that weave an exaggerated anguish through the track. The release of this cover is not the first time that Sloppy Jane has delivered this heartwrenching ballad with her fans as she performed the track at the 2022 Kilby Block Party in Salt Lake City, UT. The striking cover arrives via Phoebe Bridgers’ label imprint, Saddest Factory Records, as Sloppy Jane’s first release since her 2021 full-length Madison. While faithfully capturing the heart-rendering and profound essence of the original,… Read more »


Wednesday Release Brand New Album “Rat Saw God”

Wednesday have released their newest full-length album Rat Saw God today via Dead Oceans. To celebrate the release, the band have also dropped a music video for their somber yet catchy track “Quarry“. The new album is deeply empathetic, a patchwork of portraits of the American South. It contains half-funny and half-tragic autobiographical tales of a band from North Carolina drenched in the skuzz of nineties shoe gaze and country twang. Featuring tracks like “Bull Believer” and “Chosen to Deserve“, the album is sure to stick with you. Check out the track list and cover art below. Read More: What’s… Read more »


In Appreciation Of: Albums Turning 10 and 20 in 2023 and How They’re Refueling Festival Season

Music festival season is just on the horizon and, while we wait for the gloomy weather to pass, we can revel in the flood of music news typical of this time of year. A majority of the music festival lineups are announced in January and the festival posters set the landscape for the year in live music, foreshadowing larger tours from bands, new album cycles, and even resurgences of genres and legacy bands that might be past their peak of popularity. Pop-punk is fresh off a massive re-emergence, showcased by the success of the When We Were Young Festival in… Read more »


Not A Toy Face “Grown Folk Problems”

Are you ready to discover your new favorite band? Up-and-coming band Not A Toy is ready to introduce themselves to listeners across the United States this fall as the opening act for Beauty School Dropout. The 26-date run kicks off October 15 in Phoenix, AZ, and goes all the way to the East Coast before ending on December 9 in San Francisco, CA.  Recently signing to Fearless Records this year, Not A Toy is ready to get on the road and allow their fans to experience their recently dropped album PRBLMS in a live setting..  “We’re so excited to be… Read more »

Concert Reviews

The Night I Sang With The Rocket Summer

“I won’t settle down, won’t settle down.” These are lyrics that I’ve held close to my heart since discovering The Rocket Summer in early 2022. I’m late to the party, I know, but better late than never. Listening to his song “200,000,” about a million times last year, it ended up reaching the top of my Apple Music Year In Review and remains a staple on my everyday playlist. There’s something about the intimate lyrics and staccato piano hits that make me feel like I’m in a coming-of-age movie.  That is why I was so excited to see The Rocket… Read more »


Indigo De Souza Shares Empowering New Track, “You Can Be Mean”

While we’re still on the edge of our seats waiting for Indigo De Souza’s sophomore album All of This Will End due April 25, De Souza has given us a new earworm to keep us occupied. The 25-year-old indie rock artist has delivered “You Can Be Mean” with an accompanying self-directed music video. The spunky, DIY video is a parody of a real-life toxic relationship that De Souza found herself in. “I wrote ‘You Can Be Mean’ about a brief toxic experience I had with a manipulative and abusive LA model fuckboy,” De Souza explains. “However brief, it had a

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