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Announcing the Launch of SPIN’s Untitled Twitch Stream for Concerts Gaming and More

With so many of us stuck at home and craving live music, SPIN is happy to announce the launch of SPIN’s Untitled Twitch Stream. From…
Josh Chesler / May 11, 2020

Everclear’s Art Alexakis Dives Into Living With MS, Going Solo and COVID-19

Art Alexakis may no longer still be living with your ghost, but he has been dealing with relapsing-remitting Multiple Sclerosis for the past few years.
Josh Chesler / May 6, 2020

Video Games Our Favorite Artists Are Playing to Survive Quarantine

With most of the world on lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, video games are seeing a boost in popularity even beyond what they had…
Josh Chesler / April 28, 2020

The Used Open Up About Heartwork and Debut “Big, Wanna Be”

Nearly 18 years after The Used released their self-titled debut album, the emo posterboys-turned-veteran-rockers return with their eighth full-length offering, Heartwork (April 24, Big Noise).
Josh Chesler / April 22, 2020

New Found Glory Discuss Forever + Ever x Infinity and New Song “Shook By Your Shaved Head”

After a solid 23 years together, the guys in New Found Glory have seen themselves go from high school friends to full-grown parents — all…
Josh Chesler / April 7, 2020

From Sabrina to the Stage: The Driver Era Move Forward With “flashdrive”

The Driver Era technically just celebrated its second anniversary as a band, but Rocky and Ross Lynch aren’t exactly sophomores when it comes to making…
Josh Chesler / April 1, 2020

Vundabar Were Inspired by The Sopranos on Either Light

The Boston indie rockers in Vundabar really haven’t had a smash hit single or a career-defining record yet. Instead, vocalist/guitarist Brandon Hagen and drummer Drew…
Josh Chesler / March 13, 2020

Bad Religion Reflect on 40 Years Together: ‘We Kind of Lapse Back into Our Old High School Selves When We’re Together’

When Bad Religion first started crafting their thought-inducing punk rock anthems, Jimmy Carter was president of the United States, Dallas was the most popular show…
Josh Chesler / March 12, 2020

HAIM Tease New Album Title, More Info Releasing Tomorrow

For those who have been following HAIM on Instagram, a series of three posts over the last few days have clearly teased something called "WIMPIII."
Josh Chesler / March 1, 2020

Supergrass and Johnny Marr Perform The Smiths’ “Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want”

In the midst of their reunion tour, Supergrass brought out former The Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr to join them for a pair of songs at the…
Josh Chesler / March 1, 2020

Chuck D Clarifies Flavor Flav Stance and Sanders Support: ‘Time to Get Off My Ass’

If you're confused about where Public Enemy stands after four days of back-and-forth headlines about the iconic act performing at the upcoming Bernie Sanders rally…
Josh Chesler / March 1, 2020

David Byrne Announces Second Run of American Utopia Broadway Dates

If you missed the once in a lifetime opportunity to see one of the first 121 performances of David Byrne’s concert tour-turned-Broadway hit, American Utopia,…
Josh Chesler / February 16, 2020

Watch Queen Perform Their Famous 1985 Live Aid Setlist for the First Time in 35 Years

For the first time in 35 years, Queen fans got to see the band perform their most famous set, as the rock legends played through…
Josh Chesler / February 16, 2020

Rage Against the Machine Raises $3 Million Combating Ticket Scalpers

Rage Against the Machine’s plan to combat ticket scalpers seems to be working pretty well so far. According to guitarist Tom Morello’s Twitter…
Josh Chesler / February 16, 2020

The Garden Doesn’t Care If You Like Their New Album

It may not feel like almost a decade ago when Wyatt and Fletcher Shears formed The Garden out of their Orange County home as teens. Yet…
Josh Chesler / February 10, 2020

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