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Month: January 2022

Pirate metal icons, Alestorm, have extended their worldwide record deal with Napalm Records for three more albums. Napalm Records has been alongside Alestorm since their early days – starting with their debut album Captain Morgan’s Revenge back in 2008. Since then, the band around founding member and singer Christopher Bowes have…For more, check out: (Source)

Compact discs never had the romance of vinyl or the convenience of MP3s. But they’re still the ideal format for getting lost inside your music collection For more, check out: (Source)

This is the new age of alternative pop. Charging at the frontline, eyeball tentacles and all, is Californian pop-rap sensation…

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Next month brings the much-hyped Big Thief double album, Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe In You. We’ve heard a bunch of tracks from the album so far, including “Little Things,” “Sparrow,” “Certainty,” “Change,” “Time Escaping,” “Spud Infinity,” and “No Reason.” Today, we’re getting another one called “Simulation Swarm,” which fans might remember hearing when lead singer Adrianne Lenker previewed it via Instagram last February.

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Nova Twins have announced North American tour dates for this spring. Tickets are on sale now. The band will also be playing a handful of dates in the US supporting Grandson. Nova Twins released their album Who Are the Girls? in 2020. Check out the dates below.
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The Dirty Projectors singer announces her debut solo LP, Under the New Light.
Dirty Projectors’ Maia Friedman Announces Debut Solo LP, Shares Origins of Single “First to Love”: Exclusive
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Vast Conduit, featuring Enchant’s Bill Jenkins, will release debut album Always Be There in February For more, check out: (Source)

Static-X are announcing the rescheduled dates of their highly anticipated Rise Of The Machine North American tour featuring Fear Factory, Dope, Mushroomhead and Twiztid. The tour, produced by Live Nation, is being rescheduled due to the current increase in the spread of COVID-19 and its continued effect on…For more, check out: (Source)

English actress who played Cinderella changes course for limited TV series. Continue reading…

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“I said, ‘Well that’s a silly name for a start,” he says to his grandchild. “‘Who would ever want a group with the name ‘beetles’?’ For more, check out: (Source)