The Bronx Share New Track “Two Birds”

The L.A. band The Bronx has shared its second single “Two Birds” off the band’s fifth album V, being released September 22 on ATO Records. . will be releasing the album  September 22. The new album was produced by Rob Schnapf (Elliott Smith, Beck, FIDLAR) Singer Matt Caughthran says of the track… “‘Two birds’ is an ode to terrible lovers. Flaming … Continue reading The Bronx Share New Track “Two Birds”

Ryan Reynolds Shares First Look Of Josh Brolin As Cable In ‘Deadpool 2’

We’ve already seen what Atlanta actress Zazie Beetz is looks like in her roll as Domino and now Ryan Reynolds has shared what a scary looking Josh Brolin makes as the mutant Cable. Reynolds again used his social media to drop two new images of Brolin, fully scarred and completely intense. Josh Brolin looks different from any of his previous … Continue reading Ryan Reynolds Shares First Look Of Josh Brolin As Cable In ‘Deadpool 2’

BSE 37: Manchester Orchestra, BROCKHAMPTON, Bully, Wild Cub and Many More

The One With Wild Pop On this episode: the Dear Cousins LaBenne thank the folks at MoPop Festival for hooking them up with tickets and Luke recaps all wonderful performances he saw there as well as Roger Waters at The Palace, they discuss growing up in (and away from) the Christian Church, getting mentalist-ed by David Blaine, give Sub Pop … Continue reading BSE 37: Manchester Orchestra, BROCKHAMPTON, Bully, Wild Cub and Many More

Bring The (English) Beat Back; An Interview With David Wakeling of The English Beat

The Internet and social media aren’t all that bad. They both allow us to remember the past, live in the present, and look to the future…and stay connected with each other. It makes sense, then, that these connections present opportunities for musicians and bands who have been getting down on the getdown for 30-plus years to simultaneously reach new audiences … Continue reading Bring The (English) Beat Back; An Interview With David Wakeling of The English Beat

Ghettoblaster Friday Roll Out! New Album Dropped 8/4/17

It’s another Friday and I’ve been slowly wrapping myself around one idea here: Nothing Is Quick In The Desert. It’s not just a clever quip but the title of Public Enemy’s album that dropped at the end of June. As soon as the first track drops forced words are uttered from your lips like, “What in bloody hell is this?” … Continue reading Ghettoblaster Friday Roll Out! New Album Dropped 8/4/17

EP Stream: Mountain Lions, Calm Wind, Starry Night EP

Mountain Lions debut is the culmination of five years of songwriting and story-telling by principle songwriter Steven Diaz. In his output he tackles internal struggles, death, and conjures simple descriptions of life’s more beautiful moments. Diaz moved to Cleveland, Ohio four years ago to join The Lighthouse and the Whaler and after touring with the band for three years, he … Continue reading EP Stream: Mountain Lions, Calm Wind, Starry Night EP

Throwback Thursday: Henry Rollins

“I’m not only an American, I’m an Americanist.” – Henry Rollins In 2012, the Big Think, that web portal that features interviews, multimedia presentations, and round table discussions with progressive speakers from a range of fields featured Henry Rollins for an insightful look into how things all began as a kid after high school looking for more out of his own life. … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Henry Rollins

Filthy Friends (Sleater-Kinney, R.E.M.) Share Video “Despierta”

Let’s call it what it should be called. Filthy Friends is a super-group of friends that have made their mark with a number of different groups. Filthy Friends’ debut album Invitation is set for release August 25 on Kill Rock Stars. The band shares the video for the single “Despierta,” which may hold a deeper message than you may think. … Continue reading Filthy Friends (Sleater-Kinney, R.E.M.) Share Video “Despierta”

Ghettoblast From The Past: The Side Project/Memory Map (Issue 26)

Since the year 2000, Ghettoblaster has been putting out a quarterly print magazine.  For Ghettoblast from the Past, we look back at the bands and artists that were showcased within these pages. From Issue 26, Traffic Street Records own The Side Project.  Words by Jim Testa.  Photo by Kelly Lone. Also from Issue 26, Joyful Noise Recordings own Memory Map.  Words … Continue reading Ghettoblast From The Past: The Side Project/Memory Map (Issue 26)

The Orwells Share Video “Vacation”

Here are some of the summer highlights Chicago’s own The Orwells: shows in the US and Europe, including Governor’s Ball, Bonnaroo, and a Barclaycard British Summer Time show with Green Day in London’s Hyde Park.  The fall is starting to shape up to be pretty exciting as well.  The band will be joining up with Weezer and Pixies. On Tuesday, … Continue reading The Orwells Share Video “Vacation”