American punk

Behind the name of the group: Goo Goo Dolls

The band formed in Buffalo, New York, responsible for the post-grunge hits that marked the soundtrack of the late 90s – originally composed of vocalist and guitarist Johnny Rzeznik, bassist Robby Takac and deceased drummer since George Tutuska – has an unusual name. Goo Goo dolls. Yes, it’s memorable because …

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NEWS: Vietnamese-American indie-hyperpop artist Monét Ngo releases new album “After School Club”

After a series of highly anticipated singles, Vietnamese-American songwriter, producer and school teacher, Monét Ngo, has released his new album “After School Club”. Released via Unity Records, the new album recalls Monét Ngo’s feelings of feeling like a loser and being stuck on the sidelines. Expressing a deep and heartfelt …

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Creative metal parody band Mac Sabbath performs for Great American

SAN FRANCISCO — With their surreal collision of fast food iconography and twisted versions of classic Black Sabbath songs, Mac Sabbath have established themselves as one of the most fiendishly clever parody/metal tribute bands operating today. . Over the past eight years, the Los Angeles-based band, led by clown-painted vocalist …

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‘Saturday Night Live’ Announces First Three Weeks of Musical Guests

The famous weekly variety show, Saturday Night Livemade headlines this fall and summer. Many cast members, including longtime cast members like Kate McKinnon and Pete Davidson, have announced that they won’t be returning to the show for its upcoming 48th season. But the show must go on! Right? To this …

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Behind the Meaning and History of the Band’s Name: Sublime

For those who grew up in the 90s, the group Sublime probably has a special meaning. The band were ubiquitous on the radio and boast more hit songs than one can remember, from “What I Got” (and its popular acoustic version), “Santeria” and “Wrong Way”, to ” Pawn Shop”, “Caress …

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The stages and studios that shaped American music

At the city limits of Austin, Austin, Texas. © Listen by Rhona Bitner, Rizzoli New York, 2022 Among the best of my many US road trips, destinations that spotlight the roots and raves of American music shone memorably. Driving through Austin, Detroit, Los Angeles, Memphis, Nashville and more, I happily …

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Magnificent Bastards of Reed City make American music for everyone

REED CITY – Residents of Reed City may not know of a touring rock band formed in their backyard. Ernie Clark and the Magnificent Bastards formed in 2017, and since then the band has played all over Michigan, Chicago and even Clark’s hometown of London, Kentucky. The group was formed …

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Fountains DC Preview North American Tour with Stop on ‘Corden’

Fontaines DC brings Irish post-punk styles to ‘Corden’ to play ‘Roman Holiday’; North American tour soon Facebook Twitter E-mail Reddit Irish post-punk/indie band DC fountains is set to embark on a major North American headlining tour, with the band’s return to the United States in support of last May’s Lean …

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Jimmy Eat World’s Zach Lind Talks About An American Who’s Bleeding For 30 Years And The Band’s Future(s)

Jimmy Eat World. // photo courtesy of the artist Next year rock ‘n’ rollers Jimmy Eat World will celebrate their 30th anniversary as a band. However, the group is not resting on its laurels. Instead, they’re forging a new path that sees the longtime act release music through their label, …

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Heavy Music Mavericks The Melvins Return to Mystic Theater

SAN FRANCISCO — In a career spanning more than 35 years playing by their own rules, guitarist Buzz Osborne and monster drummer Dale Crover co-piloted founding underground rock band The Melvins through a hugely diverse exploration of heavy music. . Inspired by the slow tempos and down-tuned guitar sludge of …

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Official trailer for the documentary film “American Rapstar” about Lo-Fi rappers

Official trailer for the documentary film “American Rapstar” about Lo-Fi rappers by Alex Billington September 2, 2022Source: Youtube “What young people expect from pop culture is not what old people expect from pop culture…” Utopia has released a trailer for a music documentary titled American rap star, which originally premiered …

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NOFX will separate next year in 2023

NOFX will soon be gone. The band’s frontman, Fat Mike, announced on social media that the band will be disbanding in 2023. In the comments section of an Instagram post on Wednesday, August 31, the vocalist and bassist announced the news, noting, next will be our last year. .” The …

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Bauhaus cancels upcoming North American tour after singer Peter Murphy enters rehab

Just over a week before the start, legendary gothic and post-punk rock band Bauhaus have canceled all of their upcoming North American tour dates due to vocalist Peter Murphy entering rehab for medical reasons. not specified. “It is with the greatest regret that Bauhaus performances in North America have been …

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Review: A Trove of Rarities Highlights Blondie’s First Band-Approved Retrospective

blondeBlondie: Against All Odds 1974-1982(Ume Group/Number)4 out of 5 stars Few would argue against Blondie as a band deserving of a full recap of their eclectic and extensive career. Unfortunately, that’s not it. As the title clearly indicates, these eight discs cover only the first part of the production of …

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Blondie Releases An Awaited Box Set ‘Blondie: Against The Odds 1974-1982’

Acclaimed and groundbreaking pop group Blondie have released their long-awaited new box set, Blondie: Against All Odds 1974-1982. The new collection includes 124 tracks and 36 unreleased recordings from the most timeless eight years of the band’s history. Fans can check it out HERE. Nearly five decades and over 40 …

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Behind the band name: Green Day

After Green Day left independent music label Lookout! Records and signed to major label Reprise Records, many fans of the underground punk scene considered Green Day to be sold out. It took a while after this change, but most punk fans eventually returned to Green Day. Since then, the band …

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Natalie Bassingthwaighte to star as Saint Jimmy in American Idiot the Musical’s Gold Coast season

Image courtesy of American Idiot the Musical’s Gold Coast Publicity Team Matt Ward Entertainment barely had time to put away the high heels and sweep up the glitter in their production of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert before embarking on their next musical project. Something on the opposite end of …

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Behind the band name: Rage Against the Machine

“Rage Against the Machine” was a song singer Zack de la Rocha wrote for his former underground punk band, Inside Out. Also planned as the title of the band’s first full-length album, the phrase Rage Against the Machine was originally coined by Inside Out associate, zine editor and Ebullition Records …

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Today in History, August 17

Today is Wednesday, August 17, the 229th day of 2022. There are 136 days left in the year. Highlight of today’s story: On August 17, 1982, the first commercially produced compact discs, a recording of ABBA’s “The Visitors”, were pressed at a Philips factory near Hannover, West Germany. To this …

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5 Elton John Deep Cuts You Should Hear

Elton John’s career has been colored by two distinct characters. On the one hand, he’s a stratospheric pop idol, outrageous trendsetter, and world-touring artist. Elsewhere though, John likes to keep things firmly grounded in his humble singer/songwriter roots – the guy who idolized Levon Helm and Leon Russell. While the …

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10 great movie soundtracks from the last 50 years

The best movie soundtracks do more than just complement the images you see on screen. In the hands of a gifted musical supervisor, a soundtrack can take on a unique life by popularizing micro-genres, spotlighting previously obscure artists, and creating new hits from perfectly timed needle drops. While there’s no …

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The Bronx & The Chats Confirm Fall North America Tour

Share the post “The Bronx & The Chats confirm their North American fall tour” LA-based punk rockers The Bronx and Australian headbangers The Chats have announced a headlining North American tour with support from Drug Church and Scowl. All shows are listed below. “We’re excited to be heading out with …

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American Airlines cancels hundreds of domestic flights

American Airlines is the latest airline to announce major cancellations as the summer travel chaos looks set to drag into the fall. USA today reports that American Airlines will make significant flight reductions to its Philadelphia hub. The airline will cut around 3% of its scheduled flights in September and …

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LORNA SHORE, ABORTED, INGESTED, ANGELMAKER & OV SULFUR Announce North American Tour

Lorna Coast announced a headlining tour starting in October in support of their upcoming album The pain remains. The tour will be supported by Aborted, ingested, angel makerand Sulfur, and can completely destroy your body as you know it now. That’s how it goes sometimes. Get the dates below. Advertising. …

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THE BRONX Announce Fall North America Tour Dates

The Bronxwho wrapped up a lengthy tour with Frank Turner on Saturday, has already announced his next North American trek, teaming up with The Chats for a co-headlining tour that kicks off October 4, with a headlining release to be continued. “We’re thrilled to be heading out with The Chats, …

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Writer’s Block: Indigo Girls on Their Songwriting Evolution

First meeting in elementary school, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers began performing while in high school in Decatur, Georgia, going by a number of different names before landing on Indigo Girls in 1985. The folk duo released their debut Strange Fire in 1987 and a self-titled follow-up in 1989, which …

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Pinkshift confirms North American dates

Following the announcement of their debut album Love Me Forever, Pinkshift have confirmed an extensive North American tour. The dates begin in their hometown of Baltimore, MD on October 20 and end on November 18 in Boston, MA. The tour stops in Los Angeles, California on November 5 and Brooklyn, …

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American punk pioneer Henry Rollins holding a spoken word show in Singapore

SINGAPORE — American singer and songwriter Henry Rollins will return to Singapore for a spoken word performance at the Victoria Theater on October 25. The talk is part of the former singer of hardcore punk pioneers Black Flag’s world tour, which includes other stops in Asia such as Malaysia and …

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Hollie Cook Mixes Tonic for The Times on ‘Happy Hour’

To stay sane during the pandemic, London-based singer and songwriter Hollie Cook has used writing and exercise as a way to maintain her sanity. “It was a distraction and a therapy and a nice way to put our heads in the sand and enjoy this strange time as best we …

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Get Loud and Chase the female dogs with Destroy Boys at the Great American Music Hall

On July 16, Sacramento punk band Destroy Boys played the first of two sold-out shows at the Great American Music Hall: band members Alexia Roditis and Violet Mayugba were obviously thrilled to be back in the bay after a tour, performing songs from their recent album, Open mouth, open heartto …

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American rituals | Fork

Think of the music of Olympia, Washington, and a familiar story unfolds: Beat Happening and Kill Rock Stars, riot grrrl and a young Nirvana. A heavy legacy, but these well-told stories also have a habit of bulldozing the smaller, lighter stories that came before them. In fact, the Olympia of …

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Boys Noize Announce New North American Tour Dates “+/- (Polarity)”

BOYS NOIZE, German-Iraqi GRAMMY winner Alex Ridha, announces a second North American leg of his +/- (POLARITY) TOUR 2022. This time, it starts in Montreal on September 11 at Piknic Électronik, and will go through Dallas, Houston, Seattle, Portland and descend through San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego before …

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GWAR Announces Fall 2022 North American Tour Dates

GWAR has announced a further step in its Black Death Rager World Tour, taking place across North America this fall. Light the Torch, Nekrogoblikon and Crobot are ready to support the group throughout the trek. This newly announced leg is set to kick off with a performance at the Blue …

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Paramore Announces Fall North American Tour

Paramore is set to resume operations this fall, having recently announced a string of North American headline dates. The Franklin, Tennessee band have been off the road for nearly four years, with their last show taking place in Nashville on September 7, 2018 at the end of a summer run …

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Puscifer Extends 2022 North American Tour, Releases New “Bullet Train To Iowa” Music Video

If you’re a Puscifer fan who missed the rock band’s Existential Reckoning tour this summer, you’re in luck. The Arizona-born band announced Tuesday (July 12) that they will be adding a six-week leg to their North American expedition — news that comes hot on the heels of the band’s brand …

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Ruben Salazar: Mexican-American Pioneer

AAt the announcement of his death, the bleachers exploded in an uproar. The inmates gave gritos and the bars of the cells shook; mattresses were set on fire. This is how Luis J. Rodriguez, author of Always runningthe California Book Club’s pick for July, depicts the moment the Hall of …

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The Embassy announces the arrival of the American Navajo group “SIHASIN” to celebrate the anniversary of the independence of the United States

The United States Embassy is pleased to announce the arrival of punk rock band Navajo Sihasin “” (translated as “Hope”) to celebrate the 246th anniversary of the independence of the United States of America and participate to cultural exchanges with the Peruvian group “Uchpa”. This program is possible thanks to …

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Buckcherry brings North American Assault to London Music Hall

London Music Hall hosted Buckcherry with guests Rubikon, After the Lounge and Heart Attack Kids on Wednesday June 29th. Local actor Heart Attack Kids was the first and rocked the crowd with a frenzied Forest City hard rock set that would please any brain teaser. It was a night out …

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30 Greatest American Hard Rock and Heavy Metal Artists of All Time

Hard-rock and heavy-metal are not elitist music, it’s people’s music. Camaros music, professional sporting events and streaming TV syncs. And in this way, as American as possible, even though British bands like Black Sabbath, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin invented these loud and proud genres. Below is my list of …

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2021 Song Contest Winner Q&A: Lauryn Marie’s “Walk”

“Walking” Written by Lauryn Marie Interview with an American songwriter American composer: What made you decide to take part in the American Songwriter’s Song Contest? Lauren Marie: I had an assignment in my songwriting class with Victoria Banks at Belmont University to enter a song contest. In fact, I participated …

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WPDH All American Weekend

We kick off our All American weekend at 101.5 WPDH this Saturday morning at 10am. We’ll be playing treble pieces from all of America’s classic rock bands at the top of every hour, all weekend long. July 4 (Independence Day): Commemoration of the Declaration of Independence, which was ratified by …

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Avril Lavigne puts a pop-punk spin on Adele’s hit ‘Hello’

Following the recent release of the extended 20th anniversary edition of her debut album, Let Go, Avril Lavigne has released an acoustic version of the title track from her 2022 album, Love Suxas well as his own reimagining of Adele’s 2015 hit “Hello” for Spotify Singles. “I love Adele’s song …

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Review: A Redd Kross Rescue

Redd Kross /Neurotica (reissue)/Merge3.5 out of five stars A rowdy, raucous affair, even by power-pop standards, Neurotica, the unbridled opus of the alternative band known as Redd Kross, shook some musical foundations when it was initially released in 1987. And while a 37th anniversary edition seems like an odd number …

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Nova Twins Announce 2022 North American Tour

Nova Twins have announced their second North American tour for 2022, returning with their just-released album “Supernova.” The London-born punk duo made their US debut in March, performing a showcase at this year’s SXSW alongside a handful of club gigs. The “Supernova” tour will be their first real headlining trek …

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With ‘XOPA’, Making Movies made a real American album

“Our concern was ‘what if this was the last record we ever made?’ says Making Movies vocalist and guitarist Enrique Chi about their new album XOPA, which was written and recorded in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic was sending most of the world into lockdown. “It was the most important …

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ANTI-FLAG Announces Fall 2022 North American Tour

Anti-flag will hit the road again this fall. The group will embark on a race in the United States before heading to Canada. Anti-flagThe tour kicks off September 16 in Burlington, Vermont, and runs through November 6 with an appearance at Punk Rock in the Park in Silverado, California. The …

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The Smile Announce 2022 North American Tour

The Smile will play their first shows in North America later this year when they embark on a fall tour of the United States and Canada. Featuring Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood, The Smile will kick off the tour on November 14 in Providence, RI and will perform in …

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cutNscratch: Inbox gems include American Aquarium | Music

Here at the cutNscratch office, we’re always happy to hear about new releases from old musician friends. The American Aquarium is one of them. BJ Barham’s North Carolina-based Americana/rock band has been playing around these parts for over a decade, despite the COVID-19 era. Meanwhile, Barham’s creativity has garnered an …

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Florence Dore’s Parallel Lives in Southern Literature and American Rock Curve Together in New Album “Highways & Rocketships”

Florence Dore: Highways and Rockets exit show Saturday, June 11, 8 p.m., $15 | Cat’s Cradle Back Room, Carboro Florence Dore, who teaches contemporary fiction, American novel and songwriting at UNC-Chapel Hill, will release his second album, Highways and Rocketsvia Propeller Sound Recordings on June 10. A demure and tender …

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Can the young Chilean president reinvent the Latin American left?

But as despotic as Pinochet was, even he embodied some of Chile’s institutionalist tendencies. After seven years in power, he sought to legitimize his tenure by drafting a new constitution. In Santiago, Pinochet explained to me one day that the old constitution had weighed on his power. “You have to …

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Maggie Carson presents a new interpretation of American Roots music

MAGGIE CARSON (SPIRIT FAMILY REUNION) FREES “YOUR GHOST”,THE FIRST SINGLE FROM HIS FIRST SOLO RECORDING, THE BLACK WAS SHINY Brooklyn, NY. – After spending a decade on the road with Spirit Family Reunion, banjo player and singer Maggie Carson announces her first solo album, The darkness was glowing, and the …

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Behind the band name: U2

Irish rock band U2 are one of the biggest names in rock ‘n’ roll and were originally known for their post-punk appeal. The band’s sound has grown over the nearly 50 years they have existed, but their ability to produce meaningful anthems and ballads remains. The type that fills the …

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Historicity of music | Album Review: “American Rocker” | Music

Gary Gibula for the south Regular readers of this column know well that your humble narrator is a rocker. I have the pleasure this week to tell you about an incredible multi-instrumentalist and songwriter who is also a rocker – in fact, an “American rocker”. That guy is none other …

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Jimmy Eat World Plot headlining North American tour

Jimmy Eat World has announced a new set of North American tour dates for the fall. Following their journey with Dashboard Confessional earlier this year, the North American leg of the band’s ‘Something Loud’ tour kicks off September 8 at Rock Hall Live in Cleveland and continues over the next …

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“Green Day’s American Idiot” at Gainesville Community Playhouse

Life is hard. Relationships are more difficult. War is hell. I thought I’d eliminate that thematic cheat sheet before I talk about the truly exceptional things about “Green Day’s American Idiot,” playing at the Gainesville Community Playhouse until June 12th. It’s a post-9/11 punk opera, which is to say, it’s …

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AMERICAN TERROR Releases New Song “End Of America”, Announces New Album, Where We Are

American Terror, the Atlanta, Georgia-based heavy punk/metal band, has released a new single, “End Of America,” out now. The track, an extremely fierce dismantling of the current state of American politics, is available on all major digital platforms, and its accompanying video can be seen below. American Terror’s second album, …

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Review: Historic concert finds the Rolling Stones rocking with resolution

Rolling stones/Living at El Mocambo/UMEFour out of five stars When, on March 4 and 5, 1977, the Cockroaches, aka the Rolling Stones, showed up unannounced for a surprise concert at Toronto’s legendary club, The El Mocambo, as a warm-up for an impending North American tour , it turned out to …

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Modern English comes to Raue Center as part of North American tour

Raue Center For The Arts welcomes legendary British band Modern English to Crystal Lake on June 26, 2022 at 8 p.m., as part of their long-awaited 2022 North American tour. Performing their classic 1982 album, After the Snow, in its complete with classics from its vast catalog. The tour was …

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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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Devil Master Announces 2022 North American Tour: See Dates

Devil Master will embark on the “Hungry Jaws of Hell” Summer 2022 North American Tour in support of their recently released new album, Ecstasies of endless night. The Philadelphia outfit, which combines black metal with punk sensibilities, will hit the road starting July 8 with an appearance at Necro Fest …

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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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Camp Cope Announces 2022 North American Tour

Camp Cope has announced that they will be embarking on a North American tour later this year in support of the latest album “Running With the Hurricane”. The Melbourne trio will begin the race in Boston on July 8, then continue to Toronto, Washington, New York, Philadelphia, Seattle, Portland, San …

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For Ukrainian American artists, music made in the United States can benefit a country under attack

Longtime self-proclaimed “gypsy punk” band Gogol Bordello had just finished recording their first new album in five years in February. A few days later, Russia began its full-scale invasion of Ukraine, where band leader Eugene Hütz was born and raised. “We realized that we needed to involve more Ukrainian voices,” …

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B-52s announce North American farewell tour

The B-52s have announced details for a North American farewell tour – buy your tickets here and see the full list of dates below. The group, best known for their hits “Love Shack” and “Rock Lobster”, formed in October 1976 over a fiery volcanic cocktail shared at Chinese restaurant Hunan. …

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Top 9 Judges Song Contest Results!

the american idol The Top 11 will become a Top 9 in tonight’s episode. This is the first LIVE COAST TO COAST broadcast on a Monday night. This means that the show will be simulcast in ET/CT/MT/CT time zones. VOTING begins at 8 p.m. ET and ends after the last …

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The Who Kick Off North American Tour

The Who launched their The Who Hits Back! North American tour at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida last night. Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend were again joined by a full-scale orchestra for two of the three separate sections of the 24-song set. The middle section …

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The Great American Music Hall hosting Ukraine benefits from the feat. Dan Lebowitz, Reed Mathis, Sonny Smith and more

This Saturday (23/04) the legendary Great American Music Hall in San Francisco is hosting a benefit show for the current crisis in Ukraine. They work with a wonderful organizer in SF (she’s Russian) and 10 local artists, with 100% of ticket sales and donations going to the largest children’s hospital …

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American Thrills releases “Ivy League Swing”

NEWS | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 04/15/2022 Connecticut Punks American Thrills have released their new single, “Ivy League Swing” on all digital platforms. The track is the other single from the band’s full release set to be released this fall via Wiretap Records. The band says, “We …

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Circle Jerks’ Keith Morris contracts COVID-19, band postpones North American tour

Most of the Canadian dates have already taken place, but a new date in Vancouver has been booked Posted on April 13, 2022 Legendary punk troupe Circle Jerks have had to postpone several upcoming 40th anniversary tour dates due to frontman Keith Morris contracting COVID-19. As a result, the trek …

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Valentine des Go-Go will be at the Ector Theater

Musician and Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame inductee Kathy Valentine has traveled the country performing on tours with The Go-Go’s and other bands. But next week will be the first time she comes to Odessa for an event. Valentine, along with fellow Go-Go members including Belinda Carlisle, Charlotte Caffey, …

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