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Daft Punk Announce New Album Random Access Memories

The music news the entire world has been awaiting has finally been proclaimed. One of the most ginormous bands in history, Daft Punk, have finally announced their new record. The album Random Access Memories will be released on Columbia May 21st. Here is the cover art, and here are two commercials that were on Saturday Night Live. It […]

Video: Fall Out Boy “The Phoenix”

photo by Pamela Littky As you probably already know, Fall Out Boy is back with a vengenance. They not only have a new album coming out, but have also been showing up at SXSW and selling out shows really fast. Now here’s the new music video “The Phoenix”, from their upcoming Save Rock & Roll. […]

My Chemical Romance Call It Quits

New Jersey emo rockers My Chemical Romance are ending the band. We last heard from the group when they were on the Honda Civic Tour in 2011 with Matt and Kim and Blink-182. As reported by Consequence Of Sound, the band broke the news yesterday, and here is what the band has officially said: “Being […]

SXSW 2013: The Photos

Ok, this post is going to just be a random collection of some of the many pictures we took during our week in Austin at SXSW 2013. The state capital, and the live music capital of the world, proved quite the backdrop to capture artists, fans, and friends enjoying their time. Here is a mix of […]

AEON ZEN Releases Fifth and Final Video in “Top 5 Riffs” Series

English progressive-metallers AEON ZEN released their third opus Enigma to the world this past January onNightmare Records / Sony / RED. It is an ambitiously creative and powerful concept album featuring nine continuous tracks that show the obvious strengths of the band, plus two bonus tracks available on the CD version only. Enigma is available […]

Artist Update: King Dude

After releasing his new album Burning Daylight this past fall and a subsequent US tour with Chelsea Wolfe and headlining European tour, King Dude is set to hit the West Coast next week for a small string of dates. As a side project of Teen Cthulhu and Book of Black Earth mainstay TJ Cowgill, King […]

The Thermals’ “Born To Kill” Video and Announces Spring Tour Dates

On Thursday, Stereogum premiered the video for The Thermals‘ new single “Born To Kill” from the forthcoming album, Desperate Ground. The video is a dark, brash, and unapologetically violent two minutes of film. Shot in undisclosed locations in and outside Portland OR, “Born To Kill” is the short story of a killer getting his due […]

Artist Update: White Fence

White Fence‘s new LP, CYCLOPS REAP is due April 9th via Thee Oh Sees‘ Castleface label, and preceding that is the “Pink Gorilla” 7″ — “Fragility” is one of two exclusive B-sides on the single (that’s the 7″ cover art above). The single is a split release between Castleface and Tim Presley’s own Birth Records. […]

Interview: OTHERWISE

‘True Love Never Dies’ is not just a group of songs, it’s a journey that tells a story. Sibling rockers Adrian and Ryan Patrick have dedicated the disc to their late cousin, a man they say always wore his heart on his sleeve when it came to living life. “We don’t really have the words […]

Video: Generationals “Put A Light On”

Formed in 2008 by ex-Eames Era guitarists/songwriters Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer, New Orleans-based indie pop outfit Generationals craft hook-filled indie pop that draws liberally from rock and pop’s ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s heydays, while maintaining enough modern sensibilities to remain relevant in the MP3 age. Like their Park the Van contemporaries Dr. Dog, Spinto […]

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