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The Aftershock Festival has announced this year’s lineup. The festival will take place October 11th-13th at Discovery Park in Sacramento, CA.
Saves the Day and Joyce Manor are heading out on tour together.
Hunny will release their new album, Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes., on July 19th via Epitaph Records. Today they released a video for “Lula, I’m Not Mad” and pre-orders are now up.
Tim Rogner of Allister is the latest guest on The Wasting Time Podcast.
Sum 41 will release their new single, “Out for Blood,” on April 24th.
New Politics have released the new song “Comeback Kid.”
Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 did an Instagram Q&A and said the new Blink album will have ten songs.
LANY have shared the new song “Okay” featuring Julia Michaels.
Dani Deahl, writing at The Verge:
AI is capable of making music, but does that make AI an artist? As AI begins to reshape how music is made, our legal systems are going to be confronted with some messy questions regarding authorship. Do AI algorithms create their own work, or is it the humans behind them? What happens if AI software trained solely on Beyoncé creates a track that sounds just like her? “I won’t mince words,” says Jonathan Bailey, CTO of iZotope. “This is a total legal clusterfuck.”
I’m filing this article in the “things I wasn’t even thinking about earlier but now can’t stop” folder.
Music Forum: What’s your favorite My Chemical Romance Album?
Remo Drive will release their new album Natural, Everyday Degradation on May 31st.
The Jonas Brothers new album, Happiness Begins, will be released on June 7th.
Pronoun’s new single “Sadie” is up on Spotify and Apple Music.
Killswitch Engage will be releasing a new album “this fall.”
Social Distortion and Flogging Molly are heading out on tour together.
The Mountain Goats will release their new album, In the League With Dragons, this Friday. It’s up for stream over at NPR.
It looks like Martin Garrix, Macklemore, and Fall Out Boy are teasing a collaboration together.
BTS has the number one album in the country:
The seven-track set, which was released on April 12, starts with 230,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending April 19, according to Nielsen Music — a career-best week for BTS. Of that sum, 196,000 were in album sales — another career-high week for the South Korean pop group.
Nightjacket’s new song “You’re Trying Too Hard” can be streamed below via Stereogum.