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Sum 41 Announces New Album “Order In Decline”, Drops First Single “Out For Blood”

By: Staff – Sum 41 have announced their seventh full-length album, Order In Decline, will be released July 19, 2019 via Hopeless Records. During three years of relentless touring surrounding the band’s massive comeback record 13 Voices, frontman Deryck Whibley was feverishly putting together song ideas that would eventually become Order In Decline. Within three weeks … Continue reading

Stream Carly Rae Jepsen’s New Song “Julien”

By: Staff – Carly Rae Jepsen has released new song titled “Julien”, which you can stream below. Produced by Kyle Shearer, “Julien” will be featured on Jepsen’s upcoming album, Dedicated, which will be released May 17th via 604 Records. Fans can pre-order Dedicated now and receive an instant download of four songs – “Julien,” “Now That I Found You,” … Continue reading

Parklife Festival Announces 2019 Lineup

By: Staff – UK’s Parklife Festival has announced its 2019 lineup, which will include performances by Cardi B, George Ezra, Solange, The Streets, Christine and the Queens, Migos, Disclosure, Eric Prydz, Nas, Chase & Status, Mark Ronson, Major Lazer, Khalid, Mura Masa and more. Taking place in Manchester’s Heaton Park from June 8-9, fans can expect to … Continue reading

CMW Announces 2019 Lineup

By: Staff – Canadian Music Week (CMW), presented by Amsterdam Brewery, now in its 37th year, is Canada’s longest running, largest showcase and conference festival. Taking place May 6-12 across downtown Toronto, the venue-centric festival will host both local and international acts over the week kicking off with 70’s rock band Television at The Phoenix. In addition … Continue reading

Flying Lotus Announces New Album “Flamagra”

By: Staff – Nearly half a decade has somehow elapsed since the last Flying Lotus album—the Grammy-nominated cadaver tetris of You’re Dead! During that intermission, the multi-disciplinary Los Angeles artist has remained in constant orbit, collaborating with Kendrick Lamar on the classic To Pimp a Butterfly, directing and writing the Sundance-premiered comic horror hallucination Kuso, and … Continue reading

The Flaming Lips Announce New Album “King’s Mouth”

By: Staff – The Flaming Lips will release their 15th studio album, King’s Mouth: Music And Songs, on July 19 via Warner Bros. black vinyl, CD and digitally worldwide. Produced by The Flaming Lips, Dennis Coyne and Scott Booker with additional production by Dave and Mike Fridmann, King’s Mouth: Music And Songs, is the Flaming Lips’ first new studio … Continue reading

NXNE Announces 2019 Lineup

By: Staff – NXNE returns this June with more curators, more club shows, and an expanded festival village that will include four stages for live performances. 2019’s club land and festival village will offer audiences a diverse slate of globally recognized and emerging hip-hop, indie rock and pop acts at over 20 of the top … Continue reading

Silversun Pickups Announce New Album “Widow’s Weeds”

By: Staff – Silversun Pickups have announced the release of their fifth album, Widow’s Weeds, on June 7th via their own New Machine Recordings label. The band enlisted Butch Vig (Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins, Sonic Youth) to produce their latest, an extroverted and open album about rebirth and renewal. Said lead singer Brian Aubert about Widow’s Weeds: “This … Continue reading

CBC Music Festival Announces 2019 Lineup

By: Staff – CBC Music Festival returns to Toronto’s RBC Echo Beach for its seventh year on May 25th. This year’s festival will include headliner Alvvays along with Stars (performing their album, Set Yourself On Fire), Rhye, Cœur de pirate, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Charlotte Cardin and Exco Levi. The q stage returns this year with acts … Continue reading

Stream Courtney Barnett’s New Single “Everybody Here Hates You”

By: Staff – Courtney Barnett has released a brand new single today titled “Everybody Here Hates You”, which you can stream below. Recorded late in 2018 during a rare break at the height of her Tell Me How You Really Feel world tour, “Everybody Here Hates You” is the closest Barnett has ever come to capturing the extraordinary weight and … Continue reading

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