No Room For Rockstars, a documentary about the rough and rewarding life on the 2010 Vans Warped Tour, releases today on iTunes. Buy it here. “With more than 300 hours of […]
We Are The In Crowd released the music video for their latest single, Kiss Me Again, featuring Alex Gaskarth on MTV. The video is inspired by Say Anything and, well, is pretty freakin’ adorable. It’s worth checking out here!
You can pick up William Beckett’s new single, “Compromising Me” off of his upcoming Walk The Talk EP on itunes here. If you give is a listen and expect it to sound […]
Today starting at approximately 2pm, Yellowcard will be broadcasting their entire day of recording on Stickam. It should be a really cool look into what gets put into an album, check it out.
Every Time I Die is streaming their new album on soundcloud now! Check it out. The album will be available March 6th.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard about Demi Lovato’s story. Her being pushed into stardom on Disney Channel, her battles with depression, self harm, and eating disorders […]
If you’re anything like I am, the news that Andrew McMahon is considering retiring the Jack’s Mannequin name shook you to the core. Sure, McMahon, who is almost undoubtedly one […]
Acoustic songbirds He Is We have announced the Give It All tour with Deas Vail, Plug In Stereo, and south Jordan. Check out the tour dates at http://www.heiswelive.com/events to see if […]
Irish sensations Two Door Cinema Club announced that they will be playing the US in May & June. Check out the dates: 31 MAY HOUSE OF BLUES, DALLAS, TX (US) […]
There was a time in my life where, when asked what music I listened to, I said “well, I listen to everything…. except country and rap.” Little did I know […]
There is a certain, very specific reaction I have to listening to The Cave by Mumford & Sons. One of the very first times I had listened to it, I was in a van in West Virginia. I leaned my head against the window and saw the entire world turn into a greenish brown blur as we wound our way around West Virginia’s infamous rural winding roads. Ever since that day, listening to Mumford & Sons seemed wrong anywhere else. It just didn’t fit.
Luckily, I found an alternative and he is amazing. Ben Cooper, a singer-songwriter from Jacksonville, Florida, has a musical endeavor called Radical Face. Every track makes you want to change your life or go on an adventure, just so you can have this song in the background. Welcome Home, Son is a personal favorite of mine. Listen to it here.
With the announcement of Cassadee Pope’s solo career a few months ago, she promised fans that her former band, Hey Monday, wasn’t over and done with, even saying that she’d […]
Love is in the air this February and Shane Henderson, lead singer of Promise of Redemption and formerly Valencia is fancying himself as Cupid this year. His one goal? Getting […]