Black Flag release brand new song ‘Down In The Dirt’ – listen
The hardcore icons are giving away the song as a free download
Recently reunited hardcore group Black Flag have released a brand new song.
Click above to listen to the theramin-featuring ‘Down In The Dirt’, which comes ahead of a new album from the cult act. The song can be downloaded for free via SST Records by clicking here.
Ron Reyes, Greg Ginn, Gregory Moore and Dale Nixon are currently putting the finishing touches on an LP, which is set for release later this year.
Sigur Ros to guest star in ‘The Simpsons’
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Kurt Vile – Never Run AwayThe first video from the new album…
Kurt Vile – Never Run Away
The first video from the new album “Wakin On A Pretty Daze”, Directed by HARRYS.
Lil Wayne dropped by Mountain Dew for derogatory lyrics about key civil rights figure
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Bass Drum Of Death – “Shattered Me” Video (Stereogum Premiere)
The video for Bass Drum Of Death s “Shattered Me” proves that making it rain is not relegated to glossy, bright rap videos. Even a black and white clip that starts off looking like an innocent road trip can lead to a casino adventure begetting stacks of cash thrown at two pros, who are kind of dishing sisters From The Shining vibes in their own subtle way. Check it out below.
Festival Review: Coachella 2013 – Saturday, April 13th
As ticketholders shuffled onto the grounds for Day 2, it was apparent that the newfound and hard-earned wisdom following Friday’s rookie mistakes drove a slew of essential tweaks and adjustments. Some blessed out patrons sporting cringe-inducing red welts lathered on the SPF 50 (it’s the desert folks, get it together – strike one), while others opted to schlep canvas bags this time around after shivering for five hours when the sun vanished on Friday (yeah, strike two).
On Saturday, Coachella 2013 became America’s unofficial Glastonbury by …
Summerfest lineup 2013 revealed
Summerfest has revealed the lineup for its 2013 installment. Self-described as “The World’s Largest Music Festival,” the Milwaukee-based event spans 11 days (June 26-30 & July 2-7), and features over 700 bands performing across 11 stages on the Summerfest grounds.
The lineup includes Yeah Yeah Yeahs, MGMT, Empire of the Sun, Diplo, Yeasayer, Pretty Lights, Dispatch, Imagine Dragons, Dropkick Murphys, Atmosphere, Silversun Pickups, Grouplove, Billy Idol, Bad Religion, Social Distortion, The Airborne Toxic Event, Cake, Dr. John, Alice Cooper, LL Cool J, The Features, and Atlas …
Watch Huey Lewis and “Weird Al” Yankovic parody American Psycho
“There is an idea of a Huey Lewis, some kind of abstraction, that there is no real musician, only an entity, something illusory, and though I can hide my cold gaze and you can shake and laugh at this Funny or Die video and maybe even sense your lifestyle is comparable: I am simply not there.”
Or so that’s how it would go, according to Funny or Die. The online comedy machine has pumped out another gem, this time it’s a …