Hip-hop producer Young Chop will be releasing a new full length record, Still, on October 28th. The album will feature contributions from Chief Keef, Lil Durk, and Lil Herb, among others. Hit the replies to check out the artwork.
1) Still ft. Chief Keef
2) All I Got ft. Fat Trel
3) Valley ft. Chief Keef
4) Some Of Mine ft. King100James
5) Finer Things ft. Lil Herb
6) Tre 073 ft. Lil Dave
7) Never Gonna Change ft. Johnny May Cash, Y.B., J-Rock & B-Moe
8) Ain’t Fuckin’ With Her ft. Ty Dolla $ign & Cap 1
9) Murder Team ft. Lil Durk
10) Bang Like Chop ft. Chief Keef & Lil Reese
This book is ridiculous on so many levels that I am not sure it even counts as a criticism: this is a man who clearly revels in his own ridiculousness. Telegraph rock journalist Andrew Perry is Lydon’s ghostwriter and has made the decision to preserve his subject’s spoken style as closely as possible. The result reads like a marathon pub rant, by turns defiant, whiny, sentimental, angry, funny, clever, stupid, repetitive, self-contradictory and borderline delusional, unfolding in lateral jumps and delivered with the garbled bravado of someone whose command of English is not quite as...
Clarkson has tapped a star-studded special guest lineup of artist friends including Reba, Trisha Yearwood, Garth Brooks, Ronnie Dunn, Kacey Musgraves, Paramore’s Hayley Williams, Charles Esten, Meghan Trainor and more to sing their versions of classic Christmas favorites, as well as join her in performing original hits from her platinum selling Christmas album, Wrapped In Red.
I don't think I really chose to do it to the extent that I ended up doing it. I have been treading lightly over playing new stuff. I've always felt that the moment when you rip the sheet off the statue is such a great and holy moment, you know? It's the song as it was imagined and fully fleshed out on a record. Then recently it just sort of feels like, "I'm really happy. I really love these songs. These are really fun, I want to play them." Even if they're not the way they'll end up, it's important to have fun. I went into those shows feeling it would be silly for me not to try playing as many as possible, even if I...
Brand New played a career-spanning set at The National in Richmond, VA last night, including playing "Untitled 4" which Jesse introduced as "Missing You." He also said, "We have new songs too, we just don't know how to play them yet."
You Won't Know
Sic Transit Gloria
I Will Play Game Beneath the Spin Light
Missing You (Untitled 4)
At The Bottom
Logan to Government Center
Play Crack The Sky
It's that time of year again. Fearless Records has announced Volume 6 in their Punk Goes Pop series. This year's release features August Burns Red, Knuckle Puck, Slaves, State Champs and more. You can find the track listing below and the artwork along with a teaser video in the replies.
01) Tyler Carter / Luke Holland - Ain’t It Fun
02) August Burns Red - Wrecking Ball
03) We Came As Romans - I Knew You Were Trouble
04) Upon A Burning Body & Ice T - Turn Down For What
05) Set It Off - Problem
06) Crown The Empire - Burn
07) Oceans Ate Alaska - Drunk In Love
08) Youth In Revolt - Royals
09) Volumes - Hold On, We’re Going Home
10) Knuckle Puck - Chocolate
This is a couple of weeks old now but a video has surfaced online for everyone around the world to enjoy; Matty from The 1975 was a guest on BBC comedy-music-panel show, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, and you can check out the whole episode in the replies.
Black Clouds have announced that they will release their new album, Dreamcation, on November 4th via Collect Records. You can stream a new song called "Some of Us Are Meant to Disappear" in the replies.
01) We Begged For The Floods
02) Don't Look For Me
04) And Then I Dove
05) Accept The Mystery
06) Some Of Us Are Meant To Disappear
07) Mt. Rainier
08) Low Places
09) Everyone's Waiting
Oklahoma City punks, Red City Radio, played at Austin's Red 7 on Friday October 10th to a small but rowdy crowd. Openers Threes Away and Direct Hit! were some of the most solid openers I had seen in a while. Check out photos of Red City Radio in the comments.
Read a new Noisey article with Buddy Nielsen of Senses Fail on the band's legacy, past, and present.
By the time Let it Enfold You, the band’s proper debut, had been released by Vagrant records in 2004, Senses Fail had gone, as Nielson puts it, from being a “shitty band from New Jersey” to the upper echelon of the Warped Tour set, playing “late-night TV shows and arenas,” which came with all the pluses (Fans! Stardom!) and minuses (Being called a sell-out! Having dumb hair!) that a sudden rise entailed. “You looked around and you were like, ‘This is 80s metal!’ These guys are wearing makeup, you’re out here on tour with Jared Leto who’s a fucking movie star, you’re fucked up, doing wild...