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Riot Fest Coming to Toronto, Chicago and Denver

In case you missed the big news, the Chicago-based Riot Fest (And carnival!) announced its first wave of bands recently. An absolutely massive punk, rock, and alternative lineup will descend upon Humboldt Park the weekend of September 13-15. Blink-182 and Fall Out Boy are headlining, along with what can only be described as a smorgasbord […]

Catching up “365 Days” later: Up Close & Personal at the GrammyNext event with ZZ Ward, Evan “Kidd” Bogart and Larry Wade

One of the best feelings as a music correspondent is stumbling upon an emerging artist with real humble beginnings (not fake Hollywood ones that look good on paper), in her own blues-influenced lane who is ridiculously talented and you see immediately has the potential to break through in a big way. Such a thing happened […]

Listen: “Better Days” from Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

Guess who’s back in town? That’s the final lyric of new song “Better Days” from Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros – It’s also the lead track off their upcoming, self-titled third album, out July 23rd via Community Music. Give “Better Days” a listen below, and then click here to see if the shaggy-haired Alex […]

Stone Temple Pilots Return with New Singer

When a band that’s been around for 20+ years replaces its frontman with a singer from an active group (who are apparently working on a new album of their own), is it considered a supergroup, a simple lineup change, or something completely new? That’s no doubt what Stone Temple Pilots fans are asking themselves after […]

Interview: Beach

Listening to artist Beach’s new track In Us We Trust , I immediately loved the hype dance and frenetic energy of the song. Hooked by the 80’s alt electro-pop and modern day EDM influences, I had to hear more. Collaborating with Billie Jo (who goes by Alligator) to form Beach, Beach’s new album, In Us […]

RIP Ray Manzarek of The Doors

Damn. I just heard my all-time favorite song by The Doors the other day on my local classic rock station, and was just thinking about how I need to introduce my piano-playing daughter to their timeless rock, especially as it pertains to keyboardist Ray Manzarek‘s contributions. Jim Morrison of course received the bulk of the […]

Video of the Week: The Winter Sounds

For the remainder of the month, Video of the Week has been taken over by a Deadbolt wine. They believe they have the chops to knock our socks off. Deadbolt isn’t just a new wine, it’s making its own rules and creating a new type of wine culture through great music promotions, sponsorships, and even […]

Happy Birthday, Trent and Josh!

Music Emissions would like to wish both Trent Reznor and Josh Homme a very Happy Birthday today, May 17th!

Dropkick Murphys rock their “Rose Tattoo” for Boston

Boston Celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys have just released a three song EP Rose Tattoo: For Boston Charity EP to help support Boston Marathon bombing victims affected by the recent terrorist attack tragedy that occurred a few weeks ago. Known for their philanthropic and political support for various causes, this latest effort is no different. […]

“Right” Time for Franz Ferdinand to Announce New Album

We all knew it was only be a matter of time before Franz Ferdinand revealed the details of their eagerly anticipated fourth studio album. It’s entitled Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action, and will be released by the band’s longtime label Domino on Tuesday, August 27th. Preorders are being taken as we speak here.

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