Album Review: All Time Low – Wake Up, Sunshine

Baltimore quartet All Time Low have delivered the record we all needed. On their new album Wake Up, Sunshine, the band have taken everything that was great about their previous records and combined it into one strong release. Being lifelong friends and bandmates, Alex, Jack, Zack and Rian brought together everything they learned over the years,…

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Margo Price releases message regarding new album

The singer also revealed a stunning cover of John Lennon’s Nobody Told Me.  This week singer-songwriter Margo Price updated fans on her new record That’s How Rumors Get Started, which was set for release on 8 May. “Sometimes circumstances are beyond our control. I would say that’s the case for folks everywhere in the world…

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Larkin Poe share new single ‘Holy Ghost Fire’

The band’s new album Self Made Man is out on 12 June.  GRAMMY® Award-nominated sister duo Larkin Poe have released new single Holy Ghost Fire, the latest track from their new album, Self Made Man. “Music is a raw power. In tough times, music can galvanize your heart and help you rise above – all you’ve got to…

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Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit release new track ‘Only Children’…

Ahead of the release of his highly-anticipated new album Reunions, out 15 May on Thirty Tigers. Four time Grammy Award winner Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit are back with a bang and return with their exceptional new album Reunions, set for release in May. The UK tour will include a must-see show at London’s Eventim Apollo…

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Bowling For Soup’s Jaret Reddick has more streams for you

Quaracontent at its finest with Jaret and StageIt.  Following the huge success of his assorted StageIt shows last week with five sellouts in six shows, Bowling For Soup frontman Jaret Reddick has scheduled more shows for this week. Jaret will be playing three more shows, two on Thursday the 2 of April (8pm and 2am…

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2000 Trees announce AFI and Thrice as headliners

The band will be joining Jimmy Eat World at Upcote Farm this summer.  In what might be a small amount of light in a truly dark time for live music, 2000Trees Festival have announced their final two headliners- AFI and Thrice who join Jimmy Eat World. A word from James Scarlett, festival organiser: “Clearly these…

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Broadside sign to SharpTone Records

Plus, listen to the band’s new single Foolish Believer now.  With an unrivaled passion and a deep determination to succeed, Broadside are thrilled to announce that they have signed to independent label SharpTone Records. The band is making their label debut with brand new single Foolish Believer. “We’ve been working side by side with Shawn for years…

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Hunter & The Bear return with new single

Listen to Digital Light now, plus the band have rescheduled their tour for September.  Pumped up and on pulverizing form, Digital Light is an incendiary tour-de-force from a band whose big ambitions and radiant confidence in their new material couldn’t be more apparent. A clash of white-hot guitar lines, crunching power chords and addictive choruses propelled by Will…

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The Homeless Gospel Choir shares new track ‘Art Punk’

Check out the video for the new single right now. The Homeless Gospel Choir, aka songwriter Derek Zanetti, recently announced a brand new full-length, This Land Is Your Landfill, due out 24 April from A-F Records (North America) and Hassle Records (UK/EU). Now the Pittsburgh, PA-based musician has shared another early preview of the record…

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Rock autobiographies to read in self isolation

Self-isolation doesn’t have to be boring if you’ve got these page-turners on your bedside table.  How is everybody doing in self-isolation? Are we all being good and staying the f*ck at home? Please do. We get it, it’s boring, you can’t go to gigs, a lot of them are canceled, your favorite pub is closed…

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