Monthly Archives: September 2022

Listen: The Maine Release New Emo Ballad ‘Box In A Heart’

[ad_1] Use Scan QR Code to copy link and share it The single also features Renforshort The Maine have just dropped a brand new, acoustic-led single, ‘Box In A Heart’, featuring Renforshort. Check out the new track below: On the new song, frontman John O’Callaghan says, “So often we talk and talk at lengths about […]

Movie Based on Community Starring Childish Gambino Coming

[ad_1] A movie based on the popular NBC television series Community starring Childish Gambino has been picked up by the Peacock streaming service. On Friday (Sept. 30), Variety reported the Community film is finally happening, with Peacock and Sony Pictures TV producing the movie centered around the award-winning TV show. Peacock has also reportedly acquired the […]

R.E.M.’s Michael Stipe Vents His Spleen on ‘Ignoreland’

[ad_1] R.E.M. began crafting their follow-up to Out of Time, just as the album was becoming a multi-platinum blockbuster in the spring and summer of 1991. They wanted to do something totally different, from a musical vantage point. Where their seventh full-length studio release had been delicate (mandolins), pastoral (string sections) and often cheery (“Shiny […]

Must-Have Album Review: The Ballad of Dood & Juanita By Sturgill Simpson

[ad_1] We rarely review country albums but when it comes to Sturgill Simpson we will gladly make an exception. The seventh album by the Kentucky native is actually a more traditional country album than anyone hears nowadays. Simpson describes the piece as “traditional country, bluegrass and mountain music, including gospel and a cappella.” We describe […]

Freddie Gibbs’ ‘Rabbit Vision’ Sends Love To Sworn Foe Jeezy

[ad_1] While Freddie Gibbs may not have a whole lot of kind words to say about Benny The Butcher, he managed to shout out someone who helped him in his early career beginnings. On a track called “Rabbit Vision” from his new album, Soul Sold Seperately, Gibbs recalled wisdom shared to him by Jeezy. On […]


[ad_1] Fathers of grimy, slimy, sticky, icky death metal Autopsy are poised to uncork their first full-length album of new material in eight years this September. Morbidity Triumphant (out September 30 through Peaceville Records), is an unquestioned and uncompromising Autopsy record, in all its blood and guts glory. Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading. In advance […]

Alice in Chains Reach Grunge Stardom With ‘Dirt’

[ad_1] On paper, Alice in Chains had every reason to be a happy band when it began working on its sophomore full-length album. The Seattle quartet had become one of rock’s hottest newcomers with its 1990 debut, Facelift. The slow-building set spawned a Grammy Award-nominated hit single in “Man in the Box,” was the first […]

Gavin Rossdale Sings “Man in the Box” With Alice In Chains

[ad_1] Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale recently joined Alice In Chains on stage on Tuesday, September 27 at Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek in Raleigh, North Carolina to perform the classic AIC song “Man In The Box”. A video clip filmed by a fan has surfaced on the internet. Bush has been on tour Bush […]

Music Education Abroad –

[ad_1] Many high schools in many countries include music as part of their curriculum. Some students study music professionally in specialized schools in addition to their basic education or enroll in colleges. Higher education in this field is gaining in popularity, and new areas, including interdisciplinary areas, are emerging. The foreign music industry is growing […]

Rappers Who Have Had Unusual Pets Over the Years

[ad_1] Hip-hop has a special affinity for dogs. Snoop Dogg morphs into a Doberman Pinscher in his 1993 music video for “Who Am I (What’s My Name).” DMX—who has the name of his deceased pooch Boomer tattooed across his back—growls and barks like a dog on tracks every chance he gets. And Bow Wow remained on-brand with the […]