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WATCH: Tom DeLonge “Circle-Jerk Pit” Music Video / Contest (You Might Even Win A Pro-Board)

The now infamous Tom DeLonge began streaming his album on Youtube yesterday. If somehow you aren’t familiar with him (you’re reading this site so I’m not sure how that’s the case), there was a huge blowout between him and the other two members of Blink-182 that I’m still not sure is resolved. Well, today, Tuesday, DeLonge released the music video for his song, “Circle-Jerk Pit.” The music video feels very Venice California (since he’s from San Diego I’m probably not far off). It’s set in a skateboard park with lots…

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Late Nite Reading Have Done Too Many Things Recently To Fit In This Title

Having just released their new EP, Ecstasy,  all of two weeks ago, Late Nite Reading have now released a mashup remix of said EP and announced their first headlining tour in two years. The mashup was released on the heels of the tour announcement. If you know the EP, you’ll easily be able to sing along, if not it’s basically a summary of the EP in only four minutes, great way to introduce yourself to the band. The mashup concludes with a repetition of “No Names And Empty Hearts” which is…

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5 Songs You Must Hear Before July 2014 Ends

Sometimes the world of rock can get noisy and chaotic as hundreds of hopeful up-and-comers and experienced legends release new material each month. Don’t fret about filtering through it all though. Here’s a list of five song releases in July that you should listen to before the month comes to a close. Please follow and like us:

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SHOW REVIEW: New Politics, Seattle, WA

First and last shows of a tour are unlike any of the shows in between. The drummer rocks the beat crisper than ever, the guitarist shreds until their fingers can go no faster, the singer belts until they can go no higher, and the crowd produces an energy that could likely break through the walls of the venue. New Politics’ very last stop in Seattle for their first ever headlining tour, the Harlem USA Tour, was no exception to this unique kind of concert experience. Please follow and like us:

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