Sleeping With Sirens NEW News Post-hardcore 

Sleeping With Sirens To Play Old Songs At Warped Tour

While plenty of fans like a band’s every release, some prefer a group’s older material: the albums that put a group on the map, or has classic set list staples. If you are a fan of Sleeping With Sirens‘ older material, you may want to hit up the Vans Warped Tour this summer. While taking part in a Twitter takeover on the Warped Twitter account recently, SWS guitarist Nick Martin asked a question about their set list, and if old jams would have a place in the daily performances. Martin…

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WarpedTour2014 Features News Playlists Pop Pop Punk Rock 

Vintage Playlist: Warped Tour 1995

Warped Tour is arguably the most popular, well-attended pop-punk/hardcore music festival in the United States’ summer. But Warped Tour wasn’t always this way. Back in its birth year of 1995, the Warped Tour line-up featured only 20 bands and about 9 pro-skateboarders and BMX-ers, all of whom made the show poster. The poster also showed a monster truck. Overall, the 20 bands that were featured on the first Warped Tour heavily favored California punk and New York hardcore bands- a minute away from the type of diversity seen on the show…

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100 Club Features Playlists 

VINTAGE PLAYLIST: 100 Punk Club Special

On September 20th-21, 1976, eight punk bands played a festival at 100 Club on Oxford Street in London, England.  This was at a time when punk was not only an underground music movement, but a movement that was relatively small. Sex Pistols, The Clash and The Vibrators are listed among the acts at what 100 Club still claims as the first punk festival ever.  You’ll notice most of the bands didn’t release their first albums until a year or two after the festival. Here is a link to the full…

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woe is me News 

Hance Alligood (Woe, Is Me) Releases All But Empty Track

Woe, Is Me vocalist Hance Alligood treated fans to a stream of work from his first band, All But Empty. The song is titled “My Regards.” Scope the tweet from Alligood after the jump. Purchase a CD or buy concert tickets for Woe, Is Me here. Please follow and like us:

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You, Me, & Everyone We Know News 

You, Me, & Everyone We Know “Sometimes We Have Too Much Fun” Acoustic Live

Ben Liebsch of You, Me, & Everyone We know performed “Sometimes We Have Too Much Fun” on May 14th, 2013. A bit of a throwback, this track is off the band’s second EP, So Young, So Insane which was released in 2008. You, Me, & Everyone We Know released their most recent album, I Wish More People Gave a Shit, last month. You can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here, and watch Ben Liebsch’s live performance below! Please follow and like us:

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Kings Of Leon USE THIS News 

Kings Of Leon “Always The Same” Live Performance

This past weekend Kings of Leon debuted a song reportedly titled, “Always the Same,” from their forthcoming album set for a release date in September of this year. While frontman Caleb Followill has previously stated that he thought they were going to come out with a more mature sounding album, it is actually more of a throwback to previous works like Because of the Times and Youth & Young Manhood. Kings of Leon will be joining the likes of Tom Petty, The Shins, Passion Pit, Imagine Dragons and many more for the fourth…

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Justin Timberlake News 

Justin Timberlake Releasing New Album This November?

  According to Questlove, Justin Timberlake will release volume two of The 20/20 Experience this November. You can check out what Questlove had to say after the jump, and catch Timberlake on his world tour with Jay-Z this summer. You can find dates right here. Please follow and like us:

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This Providence News 

Throwback: This Providence Interview

After today’s disappointing news about This Providence’s possible break-up, we couldn’t help but dig into our videos and re-watch our interview with Andy Horst from April of 2012. You can check it out after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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