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kennyhoopla willow smith pop-punk

Welcome back to pop punk. Come and look around. If you haven’t air-guitared to “All The Small Things” since high school, or even middle school, there’s so much for you to catch up on.  There’s no need to feel nostalgic or pine for the past. The scene is alive, diverse and oozing with new tracks. […]

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sleeping with sirens 2019

Sleeping With Sirens are back for the first time since their 2019 album How It Feels To Be Lost with “Bloody Knuckles.” The rapid-fire, heavy-hitting ballad is a defiant anthem about forging your own path when the people in your life insist on your demise.  Reminiscent of their heavier roots evident on their 2019 release […]

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DJ Khaled’s brand is excess, opulence, and over-the-top enthusiasm. For the better part of two decades, the man born Khaled Khaled has been rounding up as many famous rappers, singers, and producers as he can, piling them onto XXXL pop-rap songs laser-targeted at radio, and shouting various catchphrases on top of them at maximum volume. This sometimes results in pump-you-up classics like “We Takin’ Over” and “I’m On One” and “All I Do Is Win,” modern-day jock jams guaranteed to send your average millennial’s adrenaline surging. In recent years the formula has led to a bloated pantomime of triumphant lavish living — songs that sound the way overpriced liquor bottles in the VIP section probably taste (which I hear is underwhelming, though I can’t speak from experience). Khaled is a blockbuster franchise unto himself: one that keeps roping in more and more impressive names, and one that can’t really descend into self-parody because this man has always been a living caricature.

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Listen to 'Love Race.' Continue reading…

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new emo artists, poorstacy, the kid laroi, deb never, shrimp

Ever since the inception of emotional hardcore in the ’80s, each decade had defining bands who updated the sound and meaning of emo to the musical landscape of the time. The ’90s were all about Midwest emo and screamo, and in the 2000s, emo peaked as a mainstream obsession, thanks to MCR, Fall Out Boy, […]

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new songs march 2021

Everyone loves to jam out to their favorite artists and classic hits, but let’s not forget about all the fresh talent constantly popping up around the world. From pop and indie to punk and post-hardcore, there’s always a new name in music waiting to be heard.  We know there’s a lot of faces to sift […]

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Romanian-born and Florida-based frontman Dacian Miron has recruited Sleeping With Sirens vocalist Kellin Quinn for the release of his new single “Call It A Hustle, Sweetheart.” The electro-rock-powered emo track will appear on Miron’s debut EP Slightly Mysterious, Somewhat Delirious (produced by Kevin Lankford). The new EP will officially be released April 23rd, but right now, fans can stream it exclusively on Spotify. “Call It A Hustle, Sweetheart” is a song about being looked down upon and treated worse for not being part of a particular clique. The fear of not being able to express who you are because you might be labeled an outcast. “This sends the message that you should NEVER have to change for anyone just so you can blend in,” says Miron. “If you are happy with yourself, at the end of the day that’s all that matters, no one can take that away from you. The song conveys the anger that stems from being treated that way, and fighting back, showing that at the end of the day anything could be made possible. And Kellin took the song to a whole different place.“ For more, go to: (Source)

up-and-coming musicians collabs, Jeris Johnson, UPSAHL, DE'WAYNE, Siiickbrain

2021 has already started out as a strong year for music, with artists expanding their pool of collaborations more than ever. After the train wreck that was 2020, musicians seem to be experimenting more often—spanning genres with collaborations and, in some cases, helping up-and-coming artists receive some limelight by featuring them on tracks.  Read more: […]

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Black Veil Brides fans are in for a special treat starting this week. Because the band are unable to tour right now amid the COVID-19 pandemic, they are bringing their live performances straight into fans’ homes. On Monday, Black Veil Brides officially announced their first-ever virtual acoustic radio tour called Acoustour. For the string of […]

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