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With the start of a new week, it’s easy to fall back on old favorites. Of course, familiar artists have a way of getting you through the grind, of giving you a bedrock that can help you through the day. Nothing beats a classic, and we’re no stranger to blasting that one perfect song on […]

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Scottish alternative bands | New alternative artists from Scotland

Between the likes of Snow Patrol, Biffy Clyro and beyond, Scotland set some solid roots in the ’90s mainstream alternative explosion. Don’t mistake its prominence in the music scene as a thing of the past, though. The country has been churning out new powerhouse bands well into the modern era. Though relatively small compared to other alternative hubs such as the […]

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It’s hard to believe that SoCal punk-rock legends NOFX have been around for nearly 40 years, but the band are still proving naysayers wrong song after song with their enduring and tenacious success. To showcase such, the band are releasing their 14th full-length Feb. 26 via Fat Wreck Chords. The aforementioned record is called Single […]

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Fat Wreck Chords has established itself as a bona fide institution of punk rock. Co-founder Mike Burkett, better known as Fat Mike, has been stamping his seal of approval on your favorite records since 1990. Having the Fat Wreck logo printed on the back of an album supersedes any traces of record label vanity. Instead, […]

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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 […]

[Photo via Suicidal Tendencies/Spotify, Machine Gun Kelly/YouTube, Every Time I Die/Ryan Bakerink, Kendrick Lamar/Spotify] The Tony Hawk skateboarding video games helped form many people’s music tastes with fantastic soundtracks, introducing old-school punk, hip-hop and metal to those who may have otherwise never discovered some great artists. Whether it was highlighting classic punk and rock icons […]