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Escape Halloween, Dia/Noche De Los Muertos, Honky Tonk Halloween, Dia de los Muertos Punk Rock Celebracion, Fields of Funk, Rituals Fest, Grave Affair, Nightmare on Glam Street, Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas” with Danny Elfman, “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” (film + music), “Get Out” with DC6 Singers & the LA Opera Orchestra, Danzig Sings Elvis, Dead Band Party Mosh, Sex Cells, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, James Taylor, Jackson Browne, John Sebastian (Lovin’ Spoonful), Carlos Santana, Blondie, Stewart Copeland, the Go-Go’s, Phish, The Strokes, Björk, Oingo Boingo Former Members, Wilco, Soft Cell, Jonas Brothers, Leon Bridges, FINNEAS, Kaytranada, Lucy Dacus, Nick Rhodes (Duran Duran), Marc Anthony, Greta Van Fleet, Ed Sheeran, the Lox, Caloncho, Cryogeyser, the Gooms, Trishes, Your Angel, DRAAG, Brendan Eder, Hamilton Leithauser, Kevin Morby, Bat for Lashes, Allah-Las, Weird Al Yankovic, Circuit des Yeux, Gothic Tropic, Wolf Alice, Dead and Company, The Hu, Idles, Osees, Wam Dingis, Nation of Language, Glass Animals, Hand Habits, Flat Worms, Amyl & the Sniffers, Ravi Shankar, Jungle, Soccer Mommy, Rituals of Mine, Spare Parts for Broken Hearts, Shigeto, Lydia Loveless, Dream Phases, Mon Laferte, Margaret Cho, Liily, Milly, Brandy Clark, Martha Davis & the Motels, My Morning Jacket, Moses Sumney, DRAMA, Starcrawler, BOAN, Almost Monday, Glass Spells, Cola Boyy, Delta Spirit, Twin Temple, BONAVEGA, Nothing, Paint

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You crazy for this one, Two Minutes To Late Night! For the entire pandemic era, the comedian Jordan Olds has been recruiting people from punk and metal bands to cover classic songs. Two weeks ago, for instance, it was members of Mastodon, High On Fire, and Yob doing Mountain’s “Never In My Life.” In the series’ latest Halloween-special edition, Two Minutes To Late Night digs deep and takes on Philadelphia hardcore cult heroes Ink & Dagger.

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Next month, Nothing are releasing The Great Dismal B-Sides, which is exactly what it sounds like: a collection of tracks recorded during the sessions for the Philadelphia heavy-music-to-shoegaze band’s 2020 album The Great Dismal. Last month, they shared the new song “Amber Gambler.” Today, they’re sharing another track, a cover of the Delfonics’ 1968 soul classic “La-La (Means I Love You).” Frontman Domenic Palermo says:

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

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Nothing / Ben Rayner

There’s a great meme, popularized by music writer Dan Ozzi, that proposes a limited number of life paths for punks once they turn 30. Ozzi listed hobbies — CrossFit, craft beer, Facebook ranting, etc. — but later incarnations of the meme have expanded it to include the types of music that fans of rowdier or more aggro fare often adopt as their own once “aging out” of their scene: rockabilly, synthwave, bluegrass, or ambient, to name a few. While all of those are still home to many a thriving second-act musical project, over the past decade the trendiest pivot for punk and metal artists of all stripes has been shoegaze. The meme-driven stereotype may depict ex-punks or ex-whatevers falling back into something nostalgic and time-honored, but this crop of heavy shoegazers are doing just the opposite: falling into the genre almost by mistake and then reshaping it in their image.

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pop-punk live shows, kennyhoopla, stand atlantic

Pop punk found new life in 2020. Young bands blossomed, while hip-hop and pop acts picked up guitars. Maybe you’re one of the many fans who rediscovered old favorites on social media. Possibly, Chase Hudson (aka LILHUDDY) acted as your power-chord gateway drug.  If so, welcome. There’s so much to see. And if you thought […]

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Aaron Heard sings for Philadelphia’s Jesus Piece, one of the best hardcore bands in the world, and he also plays bass in Nothing. You’d think that being in two utterly whomp-ass bands would be enough for Heard, but you would be wrong. Heard is part of a new band called Action News, and their first two songs are now out there in the world. They are both utterly berserk.

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future violents ep, frank iero and the future violents heaven is a place this is a place

2020 held monumental plans for Frank Iero alongside My Chemical Romance on their return tour, but he spent the year much like the rest of us—discovering new music and reconnecting with some former loves. After more than a year spent at home, there’s only so much Netflix or Hulu to binge on, recipes to mimic […]

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Our editor shares his personal favorite albums of 2020 — from artists such as Deep Sea Diver, Other Lives and Clem Snide.

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August Burns Red Halsey Grey Daze

As we enter the 2020 holiday season, we’re all eagerly searching for that perfect gift for the music lover in our lives. Concert tickets are obviously out of the question unless you want to plan far in advance. And merch can be hit or miss, especially if you aren’t too sure of your loved one’s […]

The post Ultimate Vinyl Guide: 12 essential 2020 releases every collection needs appeared first on Alternative Press.

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