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Artist Update: Minus The Bear

Seattle’s Minus The Bear have just released details on their fifth full length album.  Infinity Overhead will drop August 28th on Dangerbird Records.

On The Verge: Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire

Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire is the living essence of Brooklyn. He’s taking the borough to new heights with a new spin on a classic formula. Brooklyn is known for her showstoppingly gifted story tellers and party rockers — from Big Daddy Kane to Jay Z to Notorious BIG — and eXquire is that rare talent who can […]

Tour Review: Walk The Moon

Review and Photos by special guest correspondent Michel Dussack Much in the way that Foster the People crafted a perfect summer song with ‘Pumped Up Kicks’, Cincinnati, Ohio based Walk The Moon have been gained massive amounts of recognition for their absolute standout summer hit ‘Anna Sun’. In fact, both Seventeen Magazine and MTV have both voted […]

Artist Update: Terrible Things

We first discovered Terrible Things at last year’s (2011) Van’s Warped Tour. It was there we watched their live performance, and were able to interview it’s founder Fred Mascherino. Alternative Press is now reporting that the band will once again be touring. They have a small handful of upcoming dates in North America. This is in […]

Festival Review: NXNE Summary Report

as written by ROCKthusiast, Gilles LeBlanc North by Northeast returned to Toronto for the 18th straight year, bringing with it 800 bands for five consecutive days of music insanity, an almost +25% increase from 2011. Unlike its sister festival to the South (by Southwest), no matter how many artists play, films are screened or even […]

Artist Update: Races

From the outside, suburban life is easy-peasy: white picket fences, immaculately trimmed lawns, kids who say things like “I’m going out to play ball!” and “I love you, mom and dad!” Picture-perfect Americana. But with the new video for RACES‘ dreampop single “Lies,” frontman Wade Ryff exposes the toxicity that insularity can breed, and what […]

Introducing: Hunters

The visceral Brooklyn duo, Hunters, is gearing up to tour across the East Coast and Midwest this July in support of noise rock heavyweights A Place to Bury Strangers.  Their 2011 EP Hands On Fire (produced by James Iha of Smashing Pumpkins and Nick Zinner of Yeah Yeah Yeahs) is 14 minutes of sonic fury […]

Rockstar Energy Drink UPROAR Festival 2012 Ernie Ball Battle Of The Bands

The Rockstar Energy Drink UPROAR Festival has announced details for the 2012 Ernie Ball Battle Of The Bands powered by Imagen Records. Beginning Tuesday, June 19, unsigned bands can enter to win a chance to play live on the Ernie Ball Stage in their market this August and September. In addition, finalists will compete for […]

Festival Review: H2O Music Festival 2012 (Dallas)

Photo Credits: Mark Ambrose and Bobbie Jo Parsley The H2O Music Festival was a first of its kind put on by a Hispanic Television corporation, Univision Communications; with only two cities (Dallas & L.A.) on the tour and a handful of artists, it seemed like a last minute effort at what could have been a […]

Artist Update: Project 86

PROJECT 86 TO RELEASE EPIC NEW ALBUM WAIT FOR THE SIREN AUGUST 21 June 18, 2012 – Los Angeles, CA – Orange County rock band Project 86 has announced plans to release their long awaited, new album, Wait For the Siren, on August 21. After a catalogue of successful releases on both major and independent […]

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