Following Apple’s iPhone free release of U2’s new album Songs Of Innocence, the band have come out with a bit of new information about a new digital music format in the works with Apple. Apparently this new format will “tempt people into buying music again.” Check out an excerpt from their interview with Time confirming the news here by clicking “read More” below.
Spotify recently ranked Americas top 40 ‘most musical Universities’ based on students’ usage and preferences. It is a pretty biased statistic considering it was done by Spotify and only for Spotify users, but check out the top 40 schools and links to their stats here by clicking “Read More” below.
Fall Out Boy recently did a segment on Jimmy Kimmel helping iPhone users get that pesky new U2 album off their phones. Check out the video here by clicking “read more” below.
Simple Plan are working on a new song with All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth and Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus. Check out the announcement here by clicking “read more” below.
Following the tragic death of former vocalist Dave Brockie (Oderus Urungus), GWAR have announced their new frontwoman Vulvatron, who made her live debut at Riot Fest last weekend. Check out an announcement from the band and fan footage here by clicking “Read More” below.
Transit have released a music video for their new song “Rest To Get Better” off their upcoming album Joyride out October 14 via Rise Records. Check out the music video here by clicking “read more” below.
Emarosa have released a music video for their song “I’ll Just Wait” off their new album Versus out via Rise Records. Check out the video here by clicking “read more” below.
Matty Mullins of Memphis May Fire is streaming a new song “More Of You” from his upcoming self-titled solo debut out September 23 via Rise records. Check out the new song here by clicking “read more” below.
Xerxes are streaming a new song “Knife” off their upcoming album Collision Blonde out October 21 via No Sleep Records. Check out the new song here by clicking “read more” below.
For over a decade Dr. Dre has kept quiet, all while alluding that he was working on the follow up to his 1991 album 2001, titled Detox. For years the apparent hip hop masterpiece has been the center of attention by various circulating rumors brought on by producers and industry figureheads, but yesterday former Aftermath producer Dawaun Parker denounced the myths. Parker claims that the album was scrapped “years ago”, and that the project with all of the features and guest producers will still be released under a new name… eventually. Check out Parker’s thoughts on the matter here by clicking “Read More” below.