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In these troubled times, America is embracing a wide swath of laptop and synth-driven pop stars. Meanwhile in the United Kingdom (the country that practically invented electro-pop), there’s a new consciousness of British guitar-rock bands plugging into guitars and turning up amps. And they’ve brought hooks and riffs to spare. Here are some of the […]

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Hands up if your 2020 bingo card had a member of Mötley Crüe releasing the year’s most galvanizing electro/hip-hop record. However, that’s just what Crüe drummer Tommy Lee has done with his explosive new solo album, ANDRO, which is due out in August. A huge fan of beat-driven music, Lee is well-versed in programming gear […]

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[embedded content] Videogame heads and skaters are massively stoked by the reboot of the legendary Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater series. You know who else is excited? Music fans. The soundtracks to those games were some of the best underground-rock gateway drugs a generation could have. Which made us wonder about what songs should be represented […]

[embedded content] If history has taught us one thing, it’s this. Any subculture is going to have its fair share of values, cultural markers and questionable hairstyles. That’s why our video of 10 scene trends that will never go out of style doesn’t really feel dated. Most of the time, we’re still embracing the same […]

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, the legendary skateboarding videogame, has returned. Tony Hawk’s™ Pro Skater™ 1 and 2 have been remastered and retooled for maximum thrills by skate legend Tony Hawk and the Vicarious Visions studio. The revisited edition will feature all of the iconic pro-skaters and old-school action from the ‘90s and 2000’s with new, […]

[embedded content] Man, have we got an exclusive episode of AP Phoner for you. Last week, the trailer for the rock ’n’ roll drama series Paradise City was released. The spin-off television series taken from the movie American Satan will soon be announcing its premiere date and network. Content Director Paige Owens spoke with two […]

[Photo: Shawn Brackbill] Indie-rock institution Bright Eyes have released more new music. “Forced Convalescence” is the new single from the band founded by singer/songwriter Conor Oberst. It’s the follow-up to their previous single “Persona Non Grata,” which came out last March. “Forced Convalescence” truly ranks with some of Bright Eyes’ best work. It moves from […]

[embedded content] Self-isolation is hard. Sometimes you want to flash an unkind gesture at someone through your front window. Other times you may desire to break some furniture to demonstrate your anger. Maybe you want to turn it all inward on yourself. Don’t do any of that stuff. Vent your anger to our choice 10 […]

[embedded content] It goes without saying, but we’ll do it anyway. We will never grow tired of Brendon Urie. When he joined Panic! At The Disco in 2004, he was a charismatic conduit for band founder Ryan Ross‘ songs. When Ross and bassist Jon Walker split to form the Young Veins, Urie and drummer Spencer […]

[embedded content] They say imitation is the best form of flattery. And our list of My Chemical Romance cover versions makes for an iron-clad case. From relative unknowns to AltPress favorites, the scope of the MCR fandom significantly extends to a great number of musicians. There is an old adage that posits a good song […]