Category Archives: Interviews

State Champs release acoustic track “Secrets”

Albany’s pop punk quintet State Champs are streaming an acoustic version of their track “Secrets“. The track is also featured on the deluxe version of “Around the World and Back”, coming out May 5th. Listen to the song below. Continue reading


Yotam (Useless ID) streams tribute song “Tony Sly”

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Israeli punk singer Yotam of Useless ID is releasing his sophomore solo album “California Sounds” on October 30, and is now streaming his tribute to late-No Use For A Name front man Tony Sly. Listen to the song below.
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State Champs release acoustic title track of new album

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Albany’s pop punk quintet State Champs has released the title track of their upcoming album “Around the World and Back“, and it is an acoustic one! Listen to the song below. Continue reading


New video What’s Eating Gilbert – “You’re The Most”

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Chad Gilbert of New Found Glory-fame, will be releasing his solo-album as What’s Eating Gilbert on July 10, and has released a video for the single “You’re The Most“. To watch the video and more information on “That New Sound You’re Looking For“, please read on. Continue reading


Real Friends: “Spicing it up and stripping it down”

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Illinois’ Real Friends will be releasing their second acoustic EP this Saturday on Record Store Day, simply entitled “More Acoustic Songs“. We sat down with bass player Kyle Fasel to talk about the upcoming EP and acoustic music in general. Continue reading


Beach Slang perform new song acoustic

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James Snyder, front man of Philadelphia’s Beach Slang has performed a new song at his acoustic performance for Tiny Desk Concerts. To watch the full set, including the new song “Too Late To Die Young“, please read on. Continue reading


Stornoway streams “Bonxie” in full

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Oxford folk rock band Stornoway is streaming their upcoming album “Bonxie” in full. Named after a large seabird, this album is bound to make waves. Take a listen below. Continue reading