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L.A. Drugz commemorates ‘Outside Place’ EP after 10 years

Who says punk is dead?! Certainly not the city of Los Angeles, home of garage rock and skate punk band L.A. Drugz (and, well, drugz in general… in all honesty). This power pop supergroup was birthed from the ashes of Clorox Girls in 2010, when frontman Justin Maurer joined forces with James Carman (of Maniac, […]

UK solo artist LiVES releases “Come Together”… no, not that one

I am obsessed with the Brits, let’s get into it! UK solo artist LiVES (aka, Peter Chisholm) released another single, “Come Together”, for his upcoming album co-written by James Morrison and produced by John Cornfield (Muse, Oasis, The Verve, New Model Army, Supergrass, Catatonia, Razorlight, Robert Plant, Stone Roses, Ride). This would be the second […]

Jason DeVore amplifies authenticity in latest solo album ‘Til the Voice Goes Out’

Double Helix Records told Jason DeVore, frontman of Authority Zero, to “make the record he’s always wanted to make.” With that, DeVore gifted us ‘Til the Voice Goes Out: an album that is both a musical triumph and a personal declaration of resilience. Thank you, Jason, thank you. This 12-track collection, released on June 7th, […]

Vampire Weekend blends genres with ‘Only God Was Above Us’

Earlier this month on April 5, 2024, Vampire Weekend released their fifth studio album Only God Was Above Us. This new album effortlessly blends different musical influences and genres such as punk and jazz with the classic Vampire Weekend sound that we all know and love. The tight ten-track album certainly displays a departure in […]

Kacey Musgraves explores life’s ‘Deeper Well’ in new album

Kacey Musgraves’ latest album, Deeper Well, is a heartfelt exploration of life’s beauty and the depths found in everyday moments. Released on March 15th, 2024 through Interscope/MCA Nashville, this album marks Musgraves’ fifth studio release and sees her reuniting with producers Ian Fitchuk and Daniel Tashian. From the opening chords of “Cardinal”, Deeper Well invites […]

GRAMMY-winning hit by Miley Cyrus gets reggae makeover

Miley Cyrus’s GRAMMY-winning hit “Flowers” has been given a vibrant reggae makeover, courtesy of Doah’s Daydream and Sol Turpin (of Safety Orange). This unexpected collaboration between the soulful singer-songwriter and the latter musical mastermind behind Reggae Hit Masters has resulted in a fiery rendition that is sure to set all playlists ablaze. Doah’s Daydream infuses […]

Ministry has an ax to grind in ‘HOPIUMFORTHEMASSES’

With their latest album, HOPIUMFORTHEMASSES, Ministry delivers a crazy, twisted experience. One of the most successful musicians in history, Al Jourgensen, is back with an ax to grind in this recent masterpiece released via Nuclear Blast Records back on March 1st, marking the band’s sixteenth album! The multiplatinum act — having been nominated for six […]

D-I-Y band, Bumpin Uglies refuse to use “Cheat Codes”

Bumpin Uglies’ latest single, “Cheat Codes,” emerges as a raw and unapologetic anthem, showcasing the band’s punk spirit and lead singer Brandon Hardesty’s rebellious lyrical prowess. Set to be the first track released on their upcoming album, the song encapsulates a sonic uprising against conformity, packaged in an exhilarating blend of a fuck you attitude […]

Half Hour Late puts a new spin on dreaded “Gloomy Days”

Half Hour Late, a San Diego-based band, paints a vibrant, sonic canvas with their latest track, “Gloomy Days”. This upbeat anthem is a breath of fresh air, injecting positivity into the listener’s soul with its infectious energy and laidback vibes. The lyrics — simple, yet evocative — capture the essence of lazy days… when the […]