Monthly Archives: May 2022

Gorillaz Announce Fall North American Tour And Bring The Jungle With Them

CoS-Gorillaz have announced their first North American tour in four years. The 21-date arena tour will see Gorillaz mastermind Damon Albarn joined on stage by a 14-piece band, as well as “a varied cast of guest artists”. Kicking off Sept. 11 in Vancouver, the tour also includes stops in cities …

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Band of Gold & Girlfriends Writer Kay Mellor Has Sadly Passed Away

The tragic news that the gold band Writer Kay Mellor has sadly passed away was announced earlier. Kay was known for writing many hit TV shows such as The union, playing the field and girlfriends. Mellor also wrote fat friendswhich starred James Corden and Ruth Jones, and was later turned …

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Bring Me the Horizon Announces Fall North American Tour

Multi-platinum BRIT and Grammy Award nominated quintet Bring Me The Horizon are one of the most electrifying and successful rock bands to emerge from the UK and today the band have announced today are the dates for the North American tour, produced by Live Nation, with shows kicking off from …

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After 2 years, the bells are ringing for the wedding industry

Hyderabad: After a lull of about two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic and with no restrictions this wedding season, “big big Indian weddings” are back on the cards. Reception halls, banquet halls and open grounds across the city are experiencing busy schedules as people have now started hosting large-scale …

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Music Reissues Weekly: 999 – A Punk Rock Anthology

In October, Bob Edmands of the same music weekly reflected on his second single, “Nasty Nasty.” “The lyrics and the riff go by at breakneck speed, so fast that everyone involved seems to have lost control. It should be awesome, in a wildly perverse way, but it isn’t. 999’s place …

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Who was Andy J Chaves as Katastro bandmate dies aged 32?

The members of Katastro announced via social media on Friday, May 13 that their bandmate, Andy J Chaves, had passed away. He was only 32 at the time of his death. While Andy’s family has yet to provide further details of his passing, The pier reports that he was involved …

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Ego, ‘Carmine’ and American coffee

Lyrics by Joseph Carbone While researching for my interview with Running Touch (Matthew Victor Kopp), the local dance and electronic powerhouse, I give a peek at his latest Insta posts. I already know he’s in Los Angeles — our Zoom call is at 7 a.m. for me and 2 p.m. …

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A punk rock mini-series as raw and powerful as the band that inspired it

There’s no shortage of mainstream media in Sex Pistols debauchery, like the 1986 biopic “Sid and Nancy” and the 2000 documentary “The Filth and the Fury,” but this is the first time the story really feels personal or relatable. By following Jones, one of the less exuberant members of the …

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Asian American Festival, Marimba Madness at Levitt, Professor Phelyx and more

Denver Zoo launches Asian American festival Saturday Sunday. To celebrate Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month, the Denver Zoo is hosting its first Asian American and Pacific Islander Festival. The event is driven by the zoo’s partnership with the Filipino-American community in Colorado, organizers said, and will feature multicultural dance, …

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Hartlepool Brewery’s new beer toasts the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and a classic punk rock tune

God Save The Queen, a four percent English pale ale, is named after the classic Sex Pistols single from 1977. While the record was deemed controversial 45 years ago, Hartlepool Crafty Monkey Brewing Company insists the new beer is “a patriotic touch” ahead of next month’s royal milestone. Register to …

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Anime Punk-Rock Collective OSAKA POPSTAR Shares Fred Armisen Music Video

Following the release this month of their new album EAR CANDY via Misfits Records in collaboration with Demented Punk, anime-meets-NY punk rock collective OSAKA POPSTAR are thrilled to reveal the animated video for their original rock and infectious single, “Lost & Found”. – available now! Written, produced and directed by …

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The Cult Announces ‘We Own The Night’ North American Tour Dates

Happy birthday to Billy Duffy from The Cult. When the Cult’s debut album in 1984, Dream timewas released in England, the band sparked interest with their goth-tinged sound and Duffy’s trippy guitar textures. However, that was in 1985 Loveand the track “She Sells Sanctuary,” which really put the cult on …

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Billy Bob Thornton and The Boxmasters to kick off Montana leg of tour with Whitefish Show

Since forming The Boxmasters in 2007, the rock and roll band have traveled extensively through Montana, sometimes on their way to shows in Canada. And yet, they’ve only played one show in Montana, a 2018 gig at the Pub Station in Billings. “We had a great time,” singer Billy Bob …

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Conscious soul singer Curtis Harding plays Great American

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Gospel-influenced psychedelic soul singer/songwriter Curtis Harding brings his current tour to San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall on Thursday night. Drawn to music by his gospel singer mother, Harding occasionally sang at his church performances as a teenager growing up in Atlanta, but eventually turned …

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BMG launches “Punk Rock Girl”, its first musical in the United States

BMG is accelerating its development of new musicals in the United States, with its first production “Punk Rock Girl!”, and in Germany, following the success of its first musical, “Ku’damm 56”. “Punk-rock girl!” is BMG’s first developmental theatrical production in the United States, in partnership with New York-based theater company …

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How American Authors’ Dave Rublin Helped The Habits Create Their Latest Hit

How Wolf Bradley met Andrew Macatrao feels like the beginnings of a teen soap opera. They were 14 years old, studying at the San Pedro City Ballet School and competing for the same roles. The ballet school was owned by the former’s parents, making dance academy rivals Bradley and Mactrao. …

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The Gotham Announces 2022 Gotham TV Series Lab Plans

The Gotham Film & Media Institute (formerly IFP) today announced ten series projects participating in the Gotham TV series lab (May 9-13) for outstanding projects in development and written/created by rookie series creators. Excerpt from the press release: For the first year included in the cohort of ten projects, there …

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How London Punk Rock Changed the World (and Saved My Life)

As a teenager in a dying seaside town on the east coast of Scotland, punk rock was like a bat signal of a more exciting world. The center of this world was London, a city where even boredom was romantic. Somewhere between London’s Burning in 1977 and London Calling in …

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The meaning behind the name of the group: REM

For many, the group REM represents an idea of ​​the counterculture. The band rose to fame in the 1990s through methods outside of mainstream channels. Word of mouth, college radios and pirated tapes were the basis of their success. Not the traditional methods like labels and large frames. Today, with …

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Scorpions announce 2022 North American tour with Whitesnake

Scorpions will launch a series of North American concert dates this summer with special guests Whitesnake. the believer in rock The tour will begin on August 21 in Toronto and will last two months until its conclusion on October 21 in Las Vegas. You can see a full list of …

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Ni/Co to Perform at NBC’s “American Song Contest” Grand Finals

“American Song Contest” airs Monday at 7 p.m. on NBC Voting for Monday’s big finale will open on Sunday. Dani Brillhart and Colton Jones are living their singer/songwriter dream, performing original music live on national television and representing Alabama in the process. “People may not look at us and assume …

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Announcement of the winners of the second round of the East Coast Music Awards in Fredericton

Another set of winners was announced Sunday at the annual East Coast Music Awards in Fredericton. The awards luncheon honored approximately 40 of Atlantic Canada’s finest musicians and industry leaders. Halifax electronic music duo Pineo and Loeb won Dance Recording of the Year for their song “Good Vibe Feeling,” and …

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Punk rock is alive and well with Amyl and the Sniffers in San Francisco | Music in SF®

Well, it looks like punk rock isn’t dead after all, which was proven last night when Amyl and the Sniffers took the stage in San Francisco. With the swagger and guts of Wendy O Williams and Iggy Pop, the Australian-born band sold out two nights at the Great American Music …

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A Day to Remember Announces North American Tour Dates Featuring Beartooth, The Ghost Inside and More

It’s been a hot second since we heard about pop-punk-core band A Day To Remember. Now the band have announced a long list of North American tour dates with all sorts of openings leading up to their When We Were Young appearance. As reported by The PRP, bands playing with …

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10 Non-Rock Bands That Could Play Download Festival

Unlike some dedicated rock and metal festivals, Download Festival has a bit of a head start when it comes to booking non-rock bands into its lineups. Although it was the successor to the 80s/90s rock and metal mega-festival Monsters Of Rock, appearances by The Prodigy (2006, 2009 and 2012), Pendulum …

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Band Saws Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – Complete analyzes of the most dynamic band saw market provide information that helps stakeholders identify opportunities and challenges. The 2022 markets could be another big year for Band Saw Machine. This report provides an overview of the company’s activities and financial situation (a company profile …

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American Drummer Life, Career, Personal Life and Much More

The drummer of the rock band Blink-182, Travis Landon Barker (born November 14, 1975) is an American. Additionally, he is a member of the rap rock group Transplants, created +44 and Box Car Racer, and later joined Antemasque and Goldfinger. He often collaborated with hip-hop musicians. Barker and the late …

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The genius of…any other city by Life Without Buildings | Guitare.com

In 1999, three former students of the Glasgow School Of Art will recruit the singer Sue Tompkins to form the very ephemeral project Life Without Buildings. Although they broke up in 2002 with no prospect of reuniting, the band managed to create something truly special with their one studio release: …

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs Tease first new album in 9 years

The heads of Yeah Yeah Yeahs fans were rolling when the announcement came that the band had new music on the way. Slated for release this fall, their next album via Secretly Canadian will be their first album since Mosquito in 2013. The indie band has announced a pair of …

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Broken Social Scene Announces North American Tour Dates

Today, beloved Toronto collective Broken Social Scene announced a series of North American shows for this fall. The tour celebrates the 20th anniversary of the band’s breakthrough album You Forgot It In People, a record that took indie rock well beyond its boisterous ’90s roots to a more sonically expansive …

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Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month: Read, Watch, Listen 2022

Editor’s Note: This page was updated on May 3 to include “Native Hawaiian” in the title and in the story to reflect the White House statement adding these words to the name of this heritage month. Lists of favorite books, movies, podcasts, and bands can serve as avatars of identity …

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Meet the band that still carries the flag of punk rock!

PUNK rock stalwarts Stiff Little Fingers return to Warrington to continue flying the flag of a chaotic yet hugely influential era in music. Led by Jake Burns since 1977, the band will take to the roof at Parr Hall on Friday July 15. Stiff Little Fingers formed in Belfast and …

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The Linda Lindas, Saweetie and More Top This Year’s Asia-Pacific American Heritage Month Mixtape

The Linda Lindas perform for Art Bash attendees during the late night bash at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco on April 8. Photo: Laura Morton/Special for The Chronicle May is Asia-Pacific American Heritage Month, and even in 2022, nothing has changed. Hashtags like #StopAsianHate #VeryAsian …

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Hayley Williams: “I’ve always had a punk-rock guilt”

IIf anyone knows how emo music crosses generations, it’s Hayley Williams. The musician has been at the forefront of angsty music since 2004, when she was 15 and playing with her band Paramore, and more recently as a solo artist. Last weekend, she joined Gen-Z scion Billie Eilish at the …

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