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New Lorde Album Could Be Released This March…?

  • 3:19 pm Thursday, February 16th, 2017 by Kyle T- Street Team
Lorde announces new album

This image from Republic Records was leaked earlier today, and it is quickly making its way around the internet.

According to this, we will have new music from Lorde on March 7th. Whether it’s a full album or just a single, the image doesn’t make it clear enough to discern. Either way it looks quite promising. Could this image be fake? Of course. Is it? Probably not. Here’s why:

Lorde has been teasing a new album on social media since last November. One of the most obvious tweets was this…

She also posted a very personal note to Facebook on her birthday last [More]

Cage the Elephant, Ryan Adams to Headline Gasparilla Music Festival

  • 2:42 pm Tuesday, February 14th, 2017 by Kyle T- Street Team
Cage the Elephant to Headline Gasparilla Music Festival

Coming off of a Grammy win for Best Rock Album, Cage The Elephant are sure to rock Curtis Hixon Park for the 6th installment of the annual Gapsarilla Music Festival. The locally grown and guerilla effort music festival has done a tremendous job of bringing in talented artists from any and all genres over the years, and 2017 should be no different. In fact, this year’s headliners of Cage the Elephant and Ryan Adams may be the most buzzworthy of the festival’s short history. Other highlights of the lineup include, Moon Taxi, Ghostface Killah, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Twin Peaks, [More]

The Killers Recording “Heavier” Music, Including a Song About Mike Tyson

  • 1:15 pm Tuesday, January 17th, 2017 by Kyle T- Street Team
The Killers discuss their upcoming album

We knew The Killers have been working on their fifth studio album since September, but the Las Vegas based alt rockers just opened up to Q Magazine about what to expect from that new record, and they even shared some interesting song titles.

The band’s 2004 release Hot Fuss is arguably their best album to date, and if you were to argue that then you would probably come back at me with Sam’s Town, released in 2006. Over a decade later, two more less than stellar albums in the books, and a mid 30’s Brandon Flowers, one would have to expect a different tone [More]