It’s Official: The Eras Tour is Coming to Theatres Near You

Advertisements -by Vivian DiSalvo It’s no secret that fans worldwide were wholeheartedly disappointed when they didn’t get tickets to Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour. Well, there’s a quick fix – Swift just announced that Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour concert film will be released in theaters on October 13. She also released a trailer for the film, writing on Instagram that “The Eras Tour has been the most meaningful, electric experience of my life so far, and I’m overjoyed to tell you that it’ll be coming to the big screen soon” [sic]. Fans suspected that a film would be coming once … Continue reading It’s Official: The Eras Tour is Coming to Theatres Near You

The Side Eyes Serve Up a Slice of Attitude with New Album, “What’s Your Problem?”

Advertisements Los Angeles hardcore punk band, The Side Eyes are back after their debut release The Side Eyes (2017) and they have done everything but chill. These SoCal punks are raging full speed ahead with their new album, What’s Your Problem?  Astrid MacDonald (vocals) completes the band’s fiery sound with her super-charged vocal rage. Don’t let that sweet Cali girl look deceive you–this Cher isn’t clueless and she’ll probably kick your teeth in (from one Cali girl with an attitude to another, this is a compliment). Astrid is calling out all the phonies, shit talkers, and “people who are just … Continue reading The Side Eyes Serve Up a Slice of Attitude with New Album, “What’s Your Problem?”

Opal Eskar Wants Listeners to Open Their Minds This Summer with New Single

Advertisements Philly band Opal Eskar (Chet Delcampo, Karl Blau, Heyward Howkins) have released their new single, “Open Mind,” off their debut EP, Opal Eskar. After relocating from Washington to Philadelphia, Blau met Howkins and Delcampo, and the trio formed Opal Eskar. After releasing their debut single, “Sunlight is Breakin’ Out,” the band teamed up with Philly musicians Robbie Bennett and Charlie Hall of The War on Drugs for fresh tracks. Of their latest single, “Open Mind,” Blau says the song “is a barrage of suggestions on how one could open one’s mind.” For the accompanying music video, Blau explains how they were … Continue reading Opal Eskar Wants Listeners to Open Their Minds This Summer with New Single

Evan Dando Takes to the Road Solo & with The Psychedelic Furs

Advertisements Fresh off the 30th Anniversary tour of It’s a Shame About Ray, Evan Dando hits the road again. Dando is trekking solo this time and will play select shows as a special guest on the upcoming The Psychedelic Furs tour.  Another 30th Anniversary edition album, Come on Feel the Lemonheads, will be released May 19th on Fire Records. Catch Evan Dando live and get your tickets here! Evan Dando tour dates are as follows: April 22 Homer, NY Homer Center For The Arts April 23 Pittsburgh, PA Jergels April 24 Chicago, IL City Winery April 25 St. Louis, MO … Continue reading Evan Dando Takes to the Road Solo & with The Psychedelic Furs

“The Art of Darkness: The History of Goth” by John Robb arrives May 16th

Advertisements Eight years in the making, The Art of Darkness: The History of Goth by John Robb is set for release on May 16th in the United States. The book is an in-depth account of the music, style, culture, and history that made Goth what it is today.   Beginning (as it often does) in a Goth club, The Art of Darkness is complete with interviews featuring the likes of The Cult, Laibach, The Damned, Nick Cave, Johnny Marr, Bauhaus, Killing Joke, Adam Ant, The Cure, and Einsturzende Neubauten, to name a few. But those who know better know that … Continue reading “The Art of Darkness: The History of Goth” by John Robb arrives May 16th

Jethro Cave Lazenby, Eldest Son of Nick Cave, Dead at 31

Advertisements Model and actor Jethro Cave Lazenby, professionally known as Jethro Cave, is dead at age 31. His father, musician Nick Cave, confirmed his death in a statement, saying: “With much sadness, I confirm that my son, Jethro, has passed away. We would be grateful for family privacy at this time.”    Jethro Lazenby was born in 1991, ten days before his half-brother, Luke, was born to Nick Cave’s first wife, Viviane Carneiro. Jethro’s mother is the former Australian model, Beau Lazenby. Jethro did not meet his father until he was seven or eight years old. In 2008, Nick Cave said of their … Continue reading Jethro Cave Lazenby, Eldest Son of Nick Cave, Dead at 31

Radkey Hits the Pavement with The Offspring

Advertisements Missouri rock band Radkey, consisting of brothers Dee, Isaiah, and Soloman Radke, have officially set off on the “Let the Bad Times Roll” tour with The Offspring. The tour opened on April 26th in San Diego at the Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre. Radkey will be rocking with The Offspring until May 18th, wrapping up in Pittsburgh, PA at Stage AE. The brothers will then head to Daytona Beach for Welcome To Rockville, performing with the likes of The Smashing Pumpkins, Nine Inch Nails, and Jane’s Addiction. Blame My Youth will fill Radkey’s spot on The Offspring’s “Let … Continue reading Radkey Hits the Pavement with The Offspring

Sof Releases New Single, “Limerence”

Advertisements East Coast pop sensation, Sof, has released her latest single, “Limerence” following the release of her debut EP, Dawn (2022). Since her cover of “Criminal” by Britney Spears went viral, Sof has garnered a lot of buzz. Her EP Dawn, released in January of this year, solidified her place in the pop genre while demonstrating her ability to capture a moment in time.   Sof’s previous work has put a spotlight on critical issues like mental health and personal growth. But with “Limerence,” she dives headfirst into heartache. According to a press statement, Sof says “Limerence” is about how “sometimes … Continue reading Sof Releases New Single, “Limerence”

Sharon Van Etten Announces New Album, ‘We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong’ 

Advertisements Indie-folk musician Sharon Van Etten has announced a new album, We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong, set to release on May 6th. The album will be Van Etten’s sixth studio album, following the successful Remind Me Tomorrow (2019). The new album will not contain her latest singles, “Porta” or “Used To It.”   According to a press statement, We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong highlights the questions that arise within us when we think the world—especially our personal one—is ending. Much of the new album was strung together from experiences of loss, growth, and transformation, and the terror that those experiences … Continue reading Sharon Van Etten Announces New Album, ‘We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong’