Mest was formed in 1995 on the SouthSide of Chicago in a town called Blue Island by the singer Tony Lovato and his cousin Matt Lovato the bassist. After touring the world for many years and releasing 5 records the band decided to part ways in 2005. No talks of ever playing together again had taken place until a couple months ago when Matt sent a message to Tony telling him his daughter was learning Mest songs on the bass guitar and she demanded he tell him. Through that one message it lead to the conversation of what it would be like to get on stage together with the original lineup and play a couple shows. Tony and Matt then...
The boys performed “Thanks For The Memories,” “Sugar, We’re Goin Down,” “Centuries,” “This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race,” and closed out with “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light ‘Em Up),” with a sprinkling of “Uma Thurman” at the end.
The soon to be massive James Bay has just released his music video for "Let It Go" which you can find in the replies. It's easily one of the best songs released this year. His debut album, Chaos and The Calm, is out today.
Tom Delonge has shed a little light on his novel project, he'll be releasing the 15 novels over the next four years, not just in 2015. He will be releasing three novels this year though, with two of them being co-writes.
Major Lazer will release his new album, Peace is The Mission, on June 1st via Mad Decent.
01) Be Together (Feat. Wild Belle)
02) Too Original (Feat. Elliphant & Jovi Rockwell)
03) Blaze Up The Fire (Feat. Chronixx)
04) Lean On (Feat. MØ & DJ Snake)
05) Powerful (Feat. Ellie Goulding & Tarrus Riley)
06) Light It Up (Feat. Nyla)
07) Roll The Bass
08) Night Riders (Feat. Travi$ Scott, 2 Chainz, Pusha T & Mad Cobra)
09) All My Love (Remix) (Feat. Ariana Grande & Machel Montano)
Tom DeLonge has written "the fastest punk song" of the last 15 years of his career, and is involved in 6 contracts with best selling authors to write 15 novels with accompanying EP soundtracks. These deals are part of why he couldn't work on Blink182.
One of the reasons all this Blink stuff went haywire was because I am in 6 contracts with Best Selling Authors that are co-writing 15 Novels with me personally. Each one has an EP soundtrack that launches with it. I told my manager the contract that was sent to me for the Blink deal contained weird new language that I had to drop all that music for almost a year. I said I couldn't, but I could record the album in and around those things...
Blink-182 (with Matt Skiba) added both "Go" and "M+M's" to their set at SOMA last night. A few videos have shown up and fans have reported in that the crowd was great and enthusiastic and that Mark called Matt "the new step dad that was going to be living with us from now on."
Future just dropped 56 Nights by surprise, a new tape produced almost entirely by Southside. Download it for free here. Future also recently hinted at a Dirty Sprite 2 mixtape and one produced by Mike WiLL called Ape Shit.
“You can spend many thousands more than you’d like,” one shop owner told me. “Then your profit is tied up in the records that haven’t sold. A small shop could feasibly sell everything on the day and pay its rent for a year, but it could drive a shop out of business.”
Over the last decade Red Scare Industries has proven to be one of the best punk labels so when they sign a new band it's probably in your best interest to give them a chance. Success hails from Seattle and today we're streaming a song from the band's Red Scare debut, Radio Recovery, which will be released on Tuesday and can be pre-ordered here. These guys would fit right in at Fest and might remind you of Red City Radio. I personally hear a bit of Junior Battles in there and that's possibly because they also recorded this release with Steve Rizun. Listen to "The Impossible Truth" in the replies and let us know what you think. It's a bit softer than the other tracks, but still...
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