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Beauty School Dropout Performs “One Night Stand You” Live

“One Night Stand You” is a damn good example of all the things Beauty School Dropout does best in their musicality. Clever lyricism, charismatic vocal delivery, verses that swell with anticipation before bursting into an explosive chorus—there’s a reason this track was a hit from their sophomore album, READY TO EAT. They gave the song proper love and attention with a beautifully cinematic black-and-white music video. Beauty School Dropout also released a recent acoustic reimagining. “Much like drugs I believe love (or lust) is a substance. It can just as easily be turned into a crutch to alleviate the pains… Read more »


WATCH: Awsten Knight Jokes That Waterparks Has “To Quit Soon”

If you’re not already foaming at the mouth over Waterparks’ latest full-length album Intellectual Property, get your salivary glands ready. While Waterparks has a substantially storied career, in such a short period of time, too, Intellectual Property may be the band’s greatest venture to date. Vocalist Awsten Knight stopped by the idobi Studios in North Hollywood to celebrate the release of Intellectual Property and go in-depth on the album’s creation with Fish. You can watch Knight’s full interview with Fish below. I had this whole thing prepared. I was gonna be like, I have author, fashion designer, singer, songwriter, dog… Read more »


News Flashes 07.21.21: Anansi Boys, The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, The Linda Lindas, The Chair

[Bottom Left Clockwise: Photo via Netflix, Photo via Netflix, Photo via Epitaph, Photo via Neil Gaiman] Today we’ve got news on Neil Gaiman’s upcoming television series Anansi Boys, a sneak peek at The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf, a new song and video from The Linda Lindas and a look at Netflix’s The Chair starring Sandra Oh. Neil Gaiman Reveals New TV Series  This morning Neil Gaiman teased fans about an announcement later today. He’s now revealed that he’s working on another television series titled Anansi Boys for Amazon Prime. The upcoming series, which will be an adaptation of Gaiman’s… Read more »


Rookie of the Year – The Goodnight Moon Part II: Album Review

Rookie of the Year have released what music fans are constantly calling for but rarely receive: a return to an artist’s early work. While The Goodnight Moon Part II doesn’t necessarily break any new ground, it’s guaranteed to please fans and anyone else yearning for the pop rock sound of yesteryear.

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