- 8:37 am Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017 by Kyle T- Street Team
Preparing for their upcoming release of Wolves, Rise Against were trying to shoot a music video for the first track “The Violence”. The song is about whether violence is an inevitability of the human condition or not, and they attempted to make the video portray that. You can read about their plans in a lengthy Facebook post attached below, but it’s safe to say that those plans probably won’t come to fruition after the permit for shooting has been pulled.
Rise Against will be releasing their new album Wolves on June 9th and then immediately hit the road alongside Deftones. They will [More]
- 9:02 am Friday, April 28th, 2017 by Kyle T- Street Team
In an interview with Beats 1 Radio’s Zane Lowe, Matty Healy announced the band’s third studio album, Music For Cars, is going to be released sometime in 2018. Long time fans of The 1975 will know that the band’s first EP was also of the same title, and Healy acknowledged that their next album will reference that and their second EP.
He went on to describe that their forthcoming album will be the “end of an era”, whatever that means.
“Music for Cars has always been called that, and we were always gonna do a trilogy of records,” he said. “And I’m [More]
- 10:27 am Thursday, April 27th, 2017 by Kyle T- Street Team
97X Next Big Thing alums, The Head and the Heart, are still riding high following last year’s release of Signs of Light. The band’s third studio album is perhaps their best yet, providing the alt rock world one of the best songs of the year in “All We Ever Knew”. They are coming off stellar performances at both weekends of Coachella, playing early evening slots on the main stage with all of their frontline and backline gear, something they have yet to do at their hometown music festival up to this point in their career. Like plenty of other bands who play [More]
- 2:48 pm Tuesday, April 25th, 2017 by Kyle T- Street Team
Any band that has been together for nearly 35 years is sure to have a massive catalog of songs. Some of these songs are sure to, frankly, suck, some are to be beloved by hardcore fans of said band, some will be loved by mainstream music fans but despised by those hardcore fans of said band, and the rest will fall somewhere in between. Now, fil in the blanks with the Red Hot Chili Peppers and you’ve summed up their career into a sentence. Formed in 1983 out of the emerging punk rock scene, the Los Angeles rockers went from playing [More]
- 5:32 pm Friday, April 14th, 2017 by Kyle T- Street Team
The infectiously quirky indie rock band hailing from Los Angeles, actually came to fruition on a chance summer spent in a Greece art residency in the late 2000s. You probably first head of them because of the hype from their first album, Never Trust A Happy Song, that included the smash hit tracks “Colours” and “Tongue Tied”. Since that debut album that put them on the map, they have recorded two more full length albums, including 2016’s Big Mess, which you should be expecting to hear plenty of at this year’s BBQ. Being new parents and growing into adulthood while in a [More]
- 7:45 pm Wednesday, April 5th, 2017 by Kyle T- Street Team
Matty Healy has a knack for leaking information about his band, The 1975, on Twitter, and today was no different. One look at this tweet and it appears their next album will potentially be titled, Music For Cars….
He was very active on Twitter today, engaging in several conversations as well as saying they are putting out a new vinyl later this year. Is that a reference to their new album be released later this year? Or a re-release of I Like It When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It?
I guess we’ll just stay tuned….?
- 1:17 pm Friday, March 31st, 2017 by Kyle T- Street Team
It would be difficult to sum up Jack Antonoff’s career, style, or legacy in a just one word. Most people don’t realize how much unique talent the quirky front man of Bleachers has up his sleeve. When he’s not writing and producing music for Bleachers, the New Jersey bread indie pop band, you can find him working with pop superstars like Taylor Swift, Zayn, and Lorde, or hanging out in his Brooklyn apartment/ studio lined with animal print wallpaper (to recreate his childhood bedroom), JFK memorabilia,1990’s baseball card collection, and anything Bruce Springsteen. The sense of isolation and hopelessness that growing up in the shadows of New York [More]