Oxymorrons lit up the stage at the Vans Warped Tour 25th anniversary with their unique blend of hip-hop and rock. The band has always followed their own set of rules and talk to me about life on the road.
Netflix will release Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling, a full-length film, on August 9th.
As a life-long 311 fan, I approached Voyager with more optimism than most. I looked forward to each of their releases every other summer and would typically be one of the first ones to purchase their new music on the street date. Over time, even as my taste in music gravitated towards punk/emo-tinged rock, 311 remained a band I would find myself coming back to as spring came to a close. With multiple summer tours packing amphitheaters across the US, 311 have always benefited from a patient listening base. This album should do little to change their devout fans’ opinions on the direction the band is going. The fact remains that at thirteen albums in their career, they may have played things a little too safe on Voyager.
Shaed are a band from the DC area making waves on mainstream radio with their hit “Trampoline.” In this interview from the Firefly Festival the band talks about their love for the capital city as well as all the streaming platforms listeners use to enjoy music.
State Champs told the crowd at a recent Sad Summer Fest date that they’ll be entering the studio after the tour ends to record their fourth album.