The Dirty Nil announce new record ‘Fuck Art’

2021 can’t be a bad year, because we’re starting it with new music from The Dirty Nil. The Dirty Nil, the Juno Award-winning modern day model for unabashed rock n roll, have announced their new album, Fuck Art, will be out 1 January 2021 via Dine Alone Records. The record is an exhilarating concoction of…

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Songs That Saved My Life – High Fives & Stage Dives edition

We take Hopeless Records’ compilation albums and share our own life-saving tracks.  “Now who’d have thought that after all, Something as simple as rock ‘n’ roll would save us all.” – Frank Turner Today marks world suicide prevention day, and whilst we could share the awful stats of men and women, boys and girls, seeing…

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Bruce Springsteen & E Street Band announce new record

Letter To You will be released on 23 October 2020 via Columbia Records. Bruce Springsteen’s new studio album with the E Street Band, Letter To You, will be released by Columbia Records on 23 October. A rock album fuelled by the band’s heart-stopping, house-rocking signature sound, the 12-track Letter To You is Springsteen’s 20th studio album…

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Bearings announce new record for November

Plus, watch the video for new single SwayI, out now.  Bearings have announced the details of their upcoming new album Hello, It’s You, out 20 November through Pure Noise Records. It was produced by Courtney Ballard (Good Charlotte, Waterparks). The band also releases the first single and music video for Sway, which can be seen below: As…

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Album Review: Emily Barker – A Dark Murmuration Of Words

Emily Barker returns with one of her most stunning releases yet, on new label Thirty Tigers.  On 4 September, Australian-born singer-songwriter Emily Barker will be releasing her fourth studio album, and first with new label Thirty Tigers. A Dark Murmuration Of Words is an eerie, beautiful collection of songs that dive deep into Barker’s thoughts on love,…

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Album Review: Arkells – Campfire Chords

Canadian rock outfit Arkells, have blessed the world with Campfire Chords today.  When we say blessed – let’s face it, the world has been blessed by Arkells simply existing. A fire live band, Arkells have no trouble winning over fans once they introduce their music to them. And With Campfire Chords, the band show us a more relaxed side…

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Album Review: KID DAD – In A Box

German alt rockers release their debut album this Friday.  In A Box presents KID DAD unleashing their brand new music onto the world. As one of the most promising new rock acts coming out of Germany, the Paderborn natives truly deliver on their debut record. Fatherhood looks good on them. Released on 21 August via Longbranch…

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The Dirty Nil announce new album ‘Fuck Art’

Plus, they release must-see video for new single Doom Boy. The Dirty Nil are back. The amp-blowing, Juno Award-winning trio who for years have embraced, torn down, and then reinvented the quintessential “rock n roll star” archetype have announced the title of their hotly anticipated new album, Fuck Art (out via Dine Alone Records), out…

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Grayscale are heading out on their first UK headline tour

Tickets for the UK outing are on sale now.  Philly alt-rockers Grayscale have announced rescheduled UK headline dates for May/June 2021. Originally slated to take place in May 2020, Grayscale’s first headline dates in the UK will be bigger this time around, with the addition of Manchester and Glasgow dates and with the London show…

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Blackout Problems release new single ‘Murderer’

Critically acclaimed German band Blackout Problems have released their powerful new single along with a vivid and at times disturbing video. MURDERER is an emotionally-charged anthem reflecting the band’s response to some of the alarming headlines of recent years, including the resurgence of right-wing forces and the worldwide triumph of populism. Writing a politically-charged song called…

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