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STREAM: The Strokes – “Future Present Past” EP Alternative News Rock 

STREAM: The Strokes – “Future Present Past” EP

One week before headlining the New York City’s Governors Ball Music Festival, The Strokes revealed they’re coming out with a new EP. Future Present Past (Cult Records), due on June 3rd, will be their first release since 2013’s Comedown Machine (RCA Records). Singer Julian Casablancas made the announcement on his Sirius XM radio show, Culture Void, this morning. You can stream the entire EP after the jump. To pre-order Future Present Past and promotional bundles, click here. To purchase CDs or buy concert tickets, click here.

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Ruby Rose Fox, “Bury The Body,” “Rock Bottom” News Pop Rock Singer/Songwriter 

VIDEO PREMIERE: Ruby Rose Fox, “Bury The Body,” “Rock Bottom”

If it takes more than  Ruby Rose Fox ‘s smoldering vocals to impress you, consider re-checking your standards. The decorated Boston crooner bellows with a tenor that was made for the nitty-gritty of the blues, and Fox knows it – but with her latest work, she also proves she’s well-aware that her imagination is just as potent a musical weapon. Much like her creature-feature inspired video for “Dance of Frankenstein,” her double feature of “Bury The Body” and “Rock Bottom” is a full-frontal and unabashed snapshot of Domestic, her forthcoming…

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LIVE/PHOTO REVIEW: Charming Liars, Sacramento, CA Live Reviews Photos Reviews 

LIVE/PHOTO REVIEW: Charming Liars, Sacramento, CA

Sacramento has a new-ish venue called Ace of Spades, just on the outskirts of the downtown, state capital. Set among both residential and commercial buildings, this club was the site of the L.A. band Charming Liars‘ support set to Night Riots and veteran act Blaqk Audio last Saturday night. As I stood in line for will call I overheard many show-goers asking each other if they knew of the opening band, Charming Liars. Answers came as shrugs in the negative. After the band took to the stage, though, much of…

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INTERVIEW: Coleman Hell Interviews 

INTERVIEW: Coleman Hell

Infectious Magazine’s Managing Editor, Sami Marshall, recently caught up with Canadian singer/songwriter Coleman Hell while on tour in Florida. The two chatted about his unique mash-up music style, the huge success of “2 Heads,” and the genre of movies he secretly loves. Check out the full exclusive interview after the jump! To hear more from Coleman Hell, you can purchase a CD here. Hell is currently on tour, so to catch him live, you can buy concert tickets here. 

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Blink-182 Announce New Album & Tour, Debut New Track News Pop Punk 

Blink-182 Announce New Album & Tour, Debut New Track

Blink-182 are back in the studio after nearly five years. California will be their seventh album and the first without founding member Tom DeLonge. (Last year, drummer Travis Barker and bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus issued a statement saying DeLonge decided to “indefinitely” leave the band.) In a tell-all interview with Rolling Stone‘s Patrick Doyle, DeLonge revealed he was completely blindsided by their decision to remove him from the trio. “If they would have come to me and said, ‘Hey, you’re really busy right now. We really want to do something, maybe we should get someone to fill in,’ or something, I would have…

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WATCH: The Hiding – “Karma My Life” Indie News Pop 

WATCH: The Hiding – “Karma My Life”

Australian indie electro-poppers The Hiding released a new single and accompanying video this week. “Karma My Life” is the track you play at the beginning of a road trip – percussive strumming and drum beats that echo footsteps moving forward, not looking back. “Life can throw so many speed bumps and The Hiding has experienced its fair share of these,” said guitarist, Anthony Salce.  “It can be deflating and soul damaging, however, these are life lessons we all experience and ‘Karma My Life’ is about accepting these journeys, appreciating the turning point and celebrating the…

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Interview & Live Review: Unwritten Law At The Middle East, Boston Interviews Live Reviews News Pop Punk Post-hardcore Reviews Rock 

Interview & Live Review: Unwritten Law At The Middle East, Boston

“Today’s the day,” Scott Russo says to me as he taps my knee in excitement on the couch of Unwritten Law’s trailer. The lead singer tends towards nudges and pokes to get your attention, and for good reason: April 1 marked the debut of Unwritten Law’s new album Acoustic. “It’s not Music In High Places, we already made that record,” Russo says in reference to the 2003 live album. “This is a completely different animal.” And truly, Acoustic is a totally new product for the California punk rockers, from the…

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STREAM: Issues “The Realest” News Pop Punk 

STREAM: Issues “The Realest”

Issues announced that they will release a new studio album, Headspace, on May 20 through Rise Records. In anticipation of the new album, the band released a single titled “The Realest.” Stream the song below, and let us know what you think of it, in the comments section. Issues are scheduled to headline the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour alongside Crown The Empire, One Ok Rock, and Night Verses.To hear more from the group, you can purchase a CD here, or buy concert tickets here.

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STREAM: The Wrecks – “Favorite Liar” News Rock 

STREAM: The Wrecks – “Favorite Liar”

When a friend was given access to a recording studio for a few days, The Wrecks, having been a band together for only one week, decided to write and record their first EP during that stretch. Unbeknownst to them, they weren’t allowed to be in the studio. No consequences came of those three days, just some tracks on a hard drive. Catchy and reeking of mischief, “Favorite Liar” is their first single. It’s nostalgic, it’s punchy, it hits all the right builds. Listen to it after the jump. Want more? Catch The…

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WATCH: The Stolen – Can’t Get Enough News 

WATCH: The Stolen – Can’t Get Enough

The Stolen have released a video for “Can’t Get Enough,” the first single off their upcoming EP, I’m So Dead (out April 8). Likened to The 1975 and The Maine, The Stolen have opened for Neon Trees and All-American Rejects. They kick off a spring tour with Hiding Out on March 25 in Freehold, New Jersey, ending at Studio at Webster Hall in New York City, NY on April 18. Of their upcoming release, the band said, “we wanted to write a record that told a story of personal/drastic change that happened this year. We wanted to write a…

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