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Paramore Drops Single ‘Hard Times’, Announce New Album

  • 11:20 am Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 by Sam

NEW MUSIC ALERT. Paramore dropped the video and song’Hard Times’ today, the first single from the album ‘After Laughter’ which will be out May 12th. This will be the fifth album for the band but the first since the return of original member drummer Zac Farro.

A New Paramore Album Appears to Be On the Way

  • 2:06 pm Friday, March 17th, 2017 by Kyle T- Street Team

A fan page dedicated to Paramore released a list of 12 songs that were registered with the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, a professional organization that databases musical works from songwriters, composers, and publishers.

As you can see, Hayley Williams, Taylor York, and Zac Farro are listed in some combination on all of the songs. Farro left the band in 2010 and had most recently been rumored to be working his previous band. However, last summer, he confirmed that he had rejoined Paramore to drum for their fifth studio album, and we appear to have evidence of that work. As [More]

INTERVIEW: Lauren Mayberry of CHVRCHES

  • 2:02 pm Saturday, June 11th, 2016 by Joel

A few hours prior to CHVRCHES incredible set on Bonnaroo’s massive What Stage, CHVRCHES frontwoman Lauren Mayberry swung by the Radio Roo backstage compound for a quick chat. I interviewed Lauren almost exactly two years prior, when CHVRCHES played The Other Tent also on a Friday. We converse about the growth of the band over those two years, Lauren’s outspoken internet persona in dealing with trolls and misogyny, and the re-worked Every Open Eye track “Bury It” that now features Hayley Williams from Paramore on guest vocals. The song just premiered on Thursday, and with Bonnaroo happening in Tennessee (Paramore’s home state), [More]

Dance-rock titans LCD Soundsystem and Tame Impala reign at Bonnaroo 2016 Day 2

  • 12:36 pm Saturday, June 11th, 2016 by Joel

Fridays are when Bonnaroo really gets going. What and Which Stage each host performers for the first time, and the names of those performers get bigger and bigger. None, perhaps, so big among the marquee Bonnaroo 2016 artists as the recently reunited LCD Soundsystem. I couldn’t pretend to be a fan before their performance. I would group them with other bands whose appeal I may not quite understand despite them earning legions of passionate followers. I’ve spent a little time investigating them over the years without hearing anything that drew me in. Well, I consider last night an education.

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