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Bad Luck. Release Explosive New Single “Turn It Off”

New York punk outfit Bad Luck. surprised their fans today with their new single, “Turn It Off.” As the opening track of their upcoming EP, Books On Tape, the song opens with aggressive acoustic guitar strums and Dominick Fox’s frantic vocal delivery. This deliciously manic introduction opens up into a full-band arrangement that is just as cathartic and energetic. With a chord progression reminiscent of The Menzingers and Jimmy Eat World, “Turn It Off” is thrilling enough to get anyone on their feet and into the pit.  Books On Tape, being released via Take This To Your Heart Records, marks… Read more »


Apple/Palm set for epic battle

Not much rattles Apple. Disciplined and focused, the company lavishes attention on its own elegant products and rarely deigns to discuss rivals. Yet here was Tim Cook, Apple’s chief operating officer and designated stand-in for ailing CEO Steve Jobs, erupting during an earnings call in late January at the mere mention of a pip-squeak competitor. The pest in question was Palm, the fallen pioneer of handheld digital organizers, which two weeks earlier had unveiled a new smartphone, the Palm Pre, to rave reviews. Not only did the Pre have features the iPhone couldn’t match – snazzy multitasking, universal search, a… Read more »


Christina Calls off Tour

The Dirrty girl’s summer tour is a wash. Christina Aguilera has canceled all upcoming performances on the advice of her doctor, due to a set of stripped pipes sustained in the studio. Medical types advised the “Beautiful” singer to rest and give her voice time to recover-and, apparently, words can keep her down. “I am extremely disappointed to have to cancel this tour,” Aguilera said in a statement. “I was looking forward to being on the road again and spending time with my fans.” The 29-date North American tour was set to kick off May 13 in Auburn, Washington with… Read more »


The Dangerous Summer Announces North American Headline Tour

Kicking off on the day of their forthcoming full-length album release, Gravity, which arrives on June 21 via Rude Records, The Dangerous Summer has announced their North American summer headlining tour. The 22-show run will feature Bad Luck and rosecoloredworld as support. The Dangerous Summer took to their social media platforms with the announcement, “Surprise! We are coming back to Earth. US and Canada, see you soon! We are bringing @badluck.nyc and @rcwofficial with us!” The trio will embark on their North American summer headlining tour, kicking off on June 21 in Richmond, VA, and culminating on July 21 in… Read more »


Bring Me The Horizon Collabs With Static Dress For Live Performance of “Diamonds Aren’t Forever”

“Diamonds Aren’t Forever,” but the memory of Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes and Static Dress’ Olli Appleyard is. On January 17, at their stop in Liverpool, England, Sykes announced to the crowd, “Who wants to hear an oldie?” and brought out Appleyard to join him for the song. The track is off of their second album, Suicide Season, and had fans excited. Appleyard lent his screams to the classic song and worked the stage alongside Sykes. The Static Dress frontman is seen hyping up the crowd, screaming in unison with Sykes, and having a good time. One audience member… Read more »


This Wild Life Drops Two Collaborative Singles From Forthcoming Album

This Wild Life has gifted their fans with an exciting announcement and a delightful sneak peek into their upcoming fifth studio album, Never Fade, slated for release on June 23. In anticipation of the album drop, the acoustic rock duo has graciously shared two enchanting tracks, “No More Waiting” and “How’d You Forget Us?”, giving us a glimpse into the musical journey that awaits. Never Fade is a remarkable testament to the power of friendship and collaboration across the 8-track self-produced album. This remarkable lineup of collaborators includes the likes of Ryan Key (Yellowcard), Oliver Baxxter (Broadside), Aaron Marsh (Copeland),… Read more »

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