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Anti Social Camp Drops Second Wave Of Compilation Tracks

Anti Social Camp is entering its fourth year as a premier, yet totally free, songwriting camp in NYC. Now, the songs previously written by artists on the rise are being shared in the Anti Social Camp Vol. 1 compilation. The second wave of tracks is currently available ahead of the full 13-song release. Additionally, the full compilation arrives on March 20 via Amuse. Check out the full list of tracks below. “Anti Social Camp celebrates the age of collaboration in pop music,” said Danny Ross, Founder of Anti Social Camp and Berklee NYC professor. “Anti Social Camp Vol. 1 is our… Read more »


Matchbox Twenty Release First Album In 10 Years

Matchbox Twenty released their brand new album, Where The Light Goes this past Friday, May 26th via Atlantic Records. This is the fifth studio album by the group, and their first effort in over ten years. The band’s last release was North in 2012 but if you grew up in the early 2000’s, Matchbox Twenty owned radio play. With extremely successful tunes like “3AM“, “Unwell“, “Push” and “How Far We’ve Come“, the group is definitely a household name. Rob Thomas shared that the band didn’t want to force anything with this album. The album’s leading single, “Wild Dogs (Running in… Read more »


WIN: Two 3 Day Passes To This Year’s ASCAP “I Create Music” EXPO

The 2016 ASCAP “I Create Music” Expo is prepped and ready to bring you panels and performances from the brightest talents in the music industry. If you don’t have tickets to the Los Angeles event, never fear, because we’ll fix that for you. You can enter to win two three day passes (a $900 value) below!


Fall Out Boy, Rejects headline free WNBC concert series

NEW YORK —  Reunited rockers No Doubt rapper Flo Rida and R&B singer Jennifer Hudson are among the artists headlining the upcoming summer concert series on morning chat show “Today,” NBC announced said on Thursday. Joining them will be the Dave Matthews Band, All-American Rejects, Kings of Leon and Black Eyed Peas among others. The 2009 version of the popular Friday-morning series kicks off its 14th season on May 1 with No Doubt, marking that band’s first live concert since reforming after a five-year hiatus. The appearance also marks a series first for Kings of Leon, Dave Matthews and Flo… Read more »


Usher Emerges as New King of Pop in 2004

Los Angles – You only need one word to sum up the year in pop 2004: Usher. Clearly, it was his house. The rest of us were just overnight visitors. It began innocently enough, right at the beginning of the calendar year. On the Billboard Hot 100 dated Jan. 10, 2004 (coincidentally, the 55th anniversary of the introduction of the 45 rpm record), the highest new entry was “Yeah!” by Usher Featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris. Six weeks later, “Yeah!” had assumed pole position, and remained there for 12 weeks, tying it as the longest-running No. 1 (with “Lose Yourself”… Read more »


Iggy Pop, Sum 41 Think They 'Know It All'

Madonna put some luster back into her lust by smooching Britney. Santana gained a fresh perspective with Matchbox Twenty’s Rob Thomas. Now the bratty, lovable punks of Sum 41 could put Pop on pop radio. Rock legend Iggy Pop recruited Sum 41 for “Little Know It All,” the melodic, rambunctious first single from Skull Ring, due November 4 Iggy took a shine to Sum frontman Deryck Whibley right away when the two parties met at the recommendation of Pop’s A&R man. In addition to admiring Whibley’s talent, Iggy got a kick out of the Canadian rocker’s youthful zeal. “He’s a… Read more »

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