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Download 2019

43 New Names Announced for Download Festival 2019

It has been a few months since we last heard from Download Festival, but the premier rock event has returned with a whopping 43 new artists, extending their legendary line-up even further.   Adding to titan headliners Def Leppard, Slipknot and Tool, and other noteworthy names

Starcrawler 2019

STARCRAWLER Unveil Video for ‘Hollywood Ending’

The American rock ‘n’ roll band have released music video for their new single, Hollywood Ending. Starcrawler are relatively new to the scene, but they’ve already earned quite a reputation. The female-fronted four piece has glam-meets-Stooges-like sound, writing love letters to LA. Lead singer Arrow de Wilde,

SWMRS 2018

SWMRS Unveil New Single ‘Trashbag Baby’

The Oakland surf punkers are due to release their second album, Berkeley’s On Fire, on February 15th through Fueled By Ramen. SWMRS have been going strong for a few years now, releasing their album Drive North in 2016 through their own label Uncool Records before signing with

idkhow 2019

iDKHOW Reveal Retro Video for ‘Choke’

Self-proclaimed time travelers iDKHOW, short for I Don’t Know How But They Found Me, have released a music video for Choke, their most popular track to date. iDKHOW, consisting of Dallon Weekes (ex-Panic! At The Disco) and Ryan Seaman (ex-Falling In Reverse), was formed in December 2016 but quickly

Ten Fe 2019

TEN FÉ Release New Single ‘Coasting’

British indie pop outfit Ten Fé have released new single, Coasting, taken from their sophomore album Future Perfect, Present Tense. After the release of their acclaimed album Hit The Light in 2017 and a North American and European tour, Ten Fé have begun releasing singles for Future Perfect, Present Tense.

Thrice 2018

THRICE Release New Video for ‘Hold Up A Light’

Post-hardcore band Thrice have released a video for their single Hold Up A Light, off their latest record Palms, released back in September.  Directed by Dan Monick, the video looks slick, but borrows heavily from popular music video tropes. The three and a half minute clip features a bunch of