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Artist Update: Trash Talk

Trash Talk have taken to their Tumblr to share the new track “Exile on Broadway”, and to invite you all to a free show at their home in Los Angeles. The show is at noon on 10/06. Email them at TrashTalk119 at gmail dot com for the location and more info. Their new record 119 […]

Video: Killer Mike “Reagan”

Killer Mike has great timing. Not only did he pick the perfect year to start working with El-P, his planning to drop this video is impeccable. It was released the same day as the crucial Presidential debate taking place that evening. The hyper-political R.A.P. Music track gets a hyper-political animated video. Anyone who has listened to […]

On The Verge: Freelance Whales

After two years and over a dozen tours, Freelance Whales were feeling road-worn and eager to rediscover their creative process. They had been building on the grassroots appeal of their earthy debut, Weathervanes, for tens of thousands of miles. To tare the scale, the band embarked on a many faceted journey during which they found […]

Music Emissions Minute: Foo Fighters to Take a Breather

It’s amazing what passes for music news these days. During their September 29th set in New York’s Central Park, Dave Grohl announced that this would be the last Foo Fighters show for awhile. Rock fans worldwide freaked out to the point that Grohl had to take to the FOOs’ Facebook page to explain himself. If […]

Live Show Review: VH-1 Showcase with Selah Sue, Passenger and Ed Sheeran

To say last night’s crowd was pumped for the VH-1’s “You Oughta Know” LA showcase would be an understatement. This show sold out months before, signaling all three of these artists performing (Selah Sue, Passenger and Ed Sheeran) are “on the verge” of stardom in the States. Arriving around 7 PM, the line easily wrapped […]

Death Grips: #NOLOVEDEEPWEB

Hip hop punk rockers Death Grips are having their way with 2012. Having already released their recordThe Money Store this year, the Sacramento crew recently made news by first announcing new tour dates, then promptly canceled them all. They have been working on yet another new album due out this year…or so we thought! On Sunday, according to Tiny […]

On The Verge: King Tuff

A more charismatic, enigmatic nomad of a furioso frontman/artist/guitar legend could not be imagined. You can’t make this shit up. Grinning gold teeth behind blonde shades, in black, skeletal denim, with a studded “KING TUFF” across the shoulders where feral locks fall around his infamous “Sun Medallion.” With an acoustic guitar slung over the shoulder, […]

Alternative Rock Returns to NYC airwaves

Written by special guest correspondent Matt Thomas A year ago, Merlin Media took over RXP 101.9 and washed away its alternative rock format in favor of a more conservative all news template called WEMP. Lacking a built in audience, and competing against established news radio like 1010 WINS, the station had trouble securing consistent ratings. […]

Contest: Win Jack White on Vinyl and CD (Closed)

If there was ever someone who embodies the past, present, and future of rock music, it is definitely Jack White. Mr. White will be at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts on October 3rd and 4th, a historic Toronto venue made famous in the past as the O’Keefe Centre.

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