Growing Up Playlists News 

PLAYLIST: Growing Up Austin

Disclaimer: My Growing Up playlist might be the weirdest grouping of songs you have ever seen. Not to mention their release years just jump from early 2000’s to 1960’s to just last year. In truth, I am still growing up and have a lot of learning to do. However, I can tell you what songs and artists have influenced me the most. In case you were too lazy to scroll to the bottom of this page, my name is Austin Heath and I am an 18-year-old senior in high school….

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Album Reviews Reviews 

ALBUM REVIEW: Me First And The Gimmie Gimmies ‘Are We Not Men? We Are Diva!’

By definition, the Me First And The Gimmie Gimmies formula is an obvious success: grab the biggest names on Fat Wreck Chords and hand them their respective instruments, pick out some critically successful songs from pop-culture for that wonder-lineup to turn into punk songs, pick out a theme to base the track list off of then throw on some silly costumes. Add lots of alcohol, and BAM you’re winning the hearts of thousands of greasy and aging skate punk lovers everywhere.  Now, you’d think that this formula would get old after…

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10 Cover Songs You Need To Hear Features Indie Lists Metal News Playlists Pop Punk Rock 

10 Cover Songs You Need To Hear

A lot of musicians are famous because they are capable of writing and performing mind-blowing songs, but every now and then an artist comes up who is capable of out-doing the original.  Cover songs tend to be some of the hardest songs to make successful.  There is a fine line between making the track your own and completely obliterating a classic with your own spin.  Here are 10 cover songs by artists who have created versions either up to par or totally surpassing their predecessors. Please follow and like us:

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Patrick Stump (Fall Out Boy) Comments On Hate Culture

Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy has posted a blog regarding his thoughts on Dane Cook, Nickelback and the overall hate culture. Check it out after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Avril Lavigne Covers Nickelback’s “How You Remind Me”

Pop-punk princess Avril Lavigne has given fiancee Chad Kroeger the ultimate Holiday Gift: a cover of his band’s hit song “How You Remind Me”.  Lavigne turns Nickelback’s rocking song into a mid-tempo piano ballad.  Lavigne’s cover will be used in the Japanese Anime film, One Piece Film: Z. Check out the cover at Billboard.   Please follow and like us:

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