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Paramore Named As 2024 Record Store Day Ambassadors

On February 10, Paramore announced that they have been named as Ambassadors for Record Store Day 2024. “The discovery of music was always meant to be romantic. Indie record shops are some of the only spaces we’ve at that offer tangible, tactile experience of music discovery,” the band said in an Instagram post. “In this world that feels more disconnected and hostile than ever, it feels important to remain in touch (literally) with what inspires us, empowers us. or simply brings us joy. Thankfully, for all our sakes, there still survives among the chaos, the purity and radical simplicity of… Read more »


Paramore Talks Their Favorite Records In New Interview

Everyone has their favorite record, song, and artists they live for. That also includes the Grammy-winning trio Paramore. BrooklynVegan interviewed the 2024 Record Store Day Ambassadors about what they love listening to. As emo staples, it completely makes sense that one of the first records vocalist Hayley Williams bought was from another iconic act. “Thursday’s Full Collapse, on white vinyl,” she explains in the interview. Drummer Zac Farro jumps in that while he doesn’t fully remember what his first vinyl purchase was and says it might’ve been one of many albums from The Beatles. He also recalls what CD he… Read more »


Thursday Ten: Ten Times We Forgot It Was 2014

2014 was a wonderful year for music, but it was also a wonderful year for forgetting that it was 2014. With so many of this year’s releases wearing their nostalgia for musical eras past on their sleeves, it seemed easier than ever to pick up a record that immediately whisked you back to the decade of your choosing despite being less than twelve months old.


Paramore’s “Hard Times” To Be Covered By Talking Heads’ David Byrne

There’s nothing to “Decode” with Paramore. The trio have announced that they will be releasing a double-sided single with Talking Heads’ David Byrne for Record Store Day. Hayley Williams and co. covered “Burning Down The House” by the iconic indie group, with Byrne covering the After Laughter track “Hard Times.” “The band told me that their song ‘Hard Times’ was inspired by Talking Heads,” Byrne said in a Twitter post. “So I learned and recorded my version of their great song with a horn section.” This follows the pop-punker’s take on Byrne’s classic track, which they covered last month in… Read more »


David Byrne Reimagines Paramore’s “Hard Times” With Jazzy Twist

After teasing the cover, David Byrne has finally released his reimagination of Paramore‘s “Hard Times.” This follows the band’s take on Byrne’s classic track “Burning Down The House,” which they covered as part of the Talking Heads tribute album Everyone’s Getting Involved: A Tribute to Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense via A24 Music. Both tracks will be out on April 20 for Record Store Day on a limited 12″ LP. “The band told me that their song ‘Hard Times’ was inspired by Talking Heads,” Byrne said in a Twitter post. “So I learned and recorded my version of their great song with a horn section.” Fascinatingly, this arrives… Read more »


Destiny's Child 'Fulfilled' by New Album

Los Angeles – After a three-year hiatus, Destiny’s Child is picking up where it left off: at the top. “Lose My Breath,” the first single from the R&B trio’s hotly anticipated album “Destiny Fulfilled,” quickly marched its way to No. 3 on The Billboard Hot 100. Now industry observers are handicapping how the group’s sales destiny will be fulfilled following the release of its first album since 2001’s “Survivor.” The Sony Urban Music/Columbia album debuted this week at No. 19 on the Billboard 200, based on only three days of sales in the week ended Nov. 14. It officially went… Read more »

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