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Photos: Slowdive, Cherry Glazerr @ The Wiltern

Photos by: Amanda Witt – UK dream pop band Slowdive, who released their self-titled album on May 5th, 2017 via Dead Oceans, which served as their first album since 1995’s Pygmalion, and which featured the singles “Star Roving”, and “Sugar for the Pill”, performed at the Wiltern in Los Angeles last night (Oct. 29th) with indie rock band … Continue reading

Photos: Girlpool, Snail Mail, Rose Dorn @ Teragram Ballroom

Photos by: Amanda Witt – Los Angeles-based indie rock/folk-punk band Girlpool, who released their second album, Powerplant, on May 12th, 2017 via ANTI-, which followed up their 2015 album, Before the World Was Big, which featured the single “Chinatown”, performed at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles, California last night with Baltimore-based indie pop band Snail Mail, and more! … Continue reading

Photos: Musink Festival 2017 – Bad Religion, Pennywise, Unwritten Law

Photos by: Amanda Witt – The third and final day of Musink Festival 2017 took place at the OC Fair and Events Center in Costa Mesa, California on March 19th with performances by acclaimed punk rock band Bad Religion, who released their 16th studio album, True North, on January 22nd, 2013, punk rock band Pennywise, who released their eleventh … Continue reading

Photos: Musink Festival 2017 -The Used, Glassjaw, Goldfinger, Story Of The Year

Photos by: Amanda Witt – Day two of Musink Festival 2017 took place at the OC Fair and Events Center in Costa Mesa, California last night (March 18th) with performances by Alt-Rock band The Used, who released their sixth album, Imaginary Enemy, on April 1st, 2014 via Hopeless Records, which followed up their 2012 album, Vulnerable, post-hardcore band Glassjaw, … Continue reading

Photos: Musink Festival 2017 – NOFX, The Vandals, Lagwagon, A Wilhelm Scream

Photos by: Amanda Witt – Day one of Musink Festival 2017 took place at the OC Fair and Events Center in Costa Mesa, California on March 17th with performances by iconic punk rock band NOFX, who released their thirteenth album, First Ditch Effort, on October 7th, 2016 via Fat Wreck Chords, which featured the singles “Six Years … Continue reading

Nominees Announced For 2017 MMVAs

By: Staff – The nominees for the 2017 MMVAs have been announced, with Canadian artists A Tribe Called Red, Grimes, and Shawn Mendes topping the list with an impressive four nominations each. Close behind with three nominations each are Alessia Cara, Drake, Ed Sheeran, Lorde, PUP, The Weeknd, and Zeds Dead. Performers Arkells and Niall Horan each nabbed … Continue reading

Arkells, Niall Horan, and Post Malone announced as 2017 MMVAs performers

By: Staff – Much turned up the volume on Toronto’s biggest block party today, announcing the next group of talent confirmed to take the stage at the 2017 iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards. Arkells, Niall Horan, and Post Malone are the latest round of chart-topping performers set to belt it out at this year’s show. Much also … Continue reading

David Bowie dead at 69

By: Curtis Sindrey –   Iconic artist David Bowie, who released his critically acclaimed twenty-fifth album, Blackstar, on January 8th, has died at the age of 69 following an 18-month battle with cancer. A statement was released on his social media accounts: David Bowie died peacefully today surrounded by his family after a courageous 18 month battle with … Continue reading

Scott Weiland, ex-Stone Temple Pilots frontman, dead at 48

By: Curtis Sindrey – Scott Weiland, the former lead singer for ’90s rock band Stone Temple Pilots, and rock supergroup Velvet Revolver, died in his sleep while on tour with his solo band Scott Weiland and The Wildabouts in Bloomington, Minnesota last night, according to an Instagram post on Weiland’s official account. “Scott Weiland, best known as the lead singer for Stone … Continue reading

Interview: A Giant Dog talks SXSW, day jobs, & signing to Merge Records

By: Josh Terzino – A ustin, Texas-based band A Giant Dog’s sound encompasses an indie rock explosiveness (who’s live shows have been described as “watching Jerry Springer and then the TV explodes and suddenly the paragons of dysfunction in America are breaking apart your living room, pissing on your furniture, and making you the ham … Continue reading

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