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Here’s Why It’s Okay To Think That Fall Out Boy Song Isn’t All That Great

This James Shotwell-opposing diss track began as a joke and gradually got a little heated. I was heckling him about his swooning over Fall Out Boy’s newly-released “Fourth Of July.” He gave me the title and suggested I write an anti-piece based on things I said. So here I am, probably more scathing and critical (and nonsensical) than I truly intend to be. Regardless, shots fired.

I’m not opposed to change. At all. In fact, I encourage and often embrace it. For the sake of this article, in terms of music, I’ll throw out recent examples like Pianos Become The …

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Here’s Why Fall Out Boy’s “Fourth Of July” Is The First Great Song Of 2015

We’re essentially halfway into the first month of 2015 at this point, and I think it’s fair to say there have not been many game-changing singles or albums released just yet. Not that we should expect such, of course, but aside from Kanye surprising everyone while they were busy celebrating the new year not a lot of recently released music has been given much hype. Maybe it’s because everyone has been too busy getting back into the flow of work and school to pay much attention to the music being shared, or maybe – just maybe – the world has …

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Night Terrors Of 1927 Debut Music Video For “Always Take You Back”

Night Terrors of 1927 have been quite active since their inception in 2013, primarily with releasing EPs in Guilty Pleas and Anything To Anyone. A big day has arrived for the duo, consisting of members Jarrod Gorbel and Blake Sennett, from bands The Honorary Title and Rilo Kiley, respectively, as they have officially and unexpectedly released their debut album, Everything’s Coming Up Roses, today.

To coincide with the release, the band have unveiled an official music video for the song “Always Take You Back,” which was released back in August. The video is very complex, showing the duo …

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All Time Low To Embark On ‘Future Hearts’ Tour; Support From Issues, Tonight Alive, State Champs

Recently, All Time Low announced some really exciting news about their upcoming album, Future Hearts.

However, in the shadow of the exciting announcement basks a tour that deserves to be recognized: This spring, All Time Low will hit the road in the US with ISSUES, Tonight Alive and State Champs.

The 32-stop outing starts April 15 in Lowell, MA with tickets going on sale on January 19. More info on the tour can be found here.

Check out a full list of dates for the Future Hearts Tour below the jump:…

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Ice Hockey Announce New EP, Stream “Solar Myths And Autumn”

Ice Hockey is a screamo band from the Quad Cities area of Illinois who just announced their signing to Texas Is Funny Records. The band has a new EP titled Wavefunction Collapse that is being released next month through the label.

Wavefunction Collapse is being printed to a red cassette tape with gold lettering. “Solar Myths And Autumn,” a new track from the five-piece, premiered today on Brooklyn Vegan. The band had the following to say about the album and then “Solar Myths And Autumn” specifically:

This was written in a very tumultuous time for the band. A

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Waxahatchee Announces New Album ‘Ivy Tripp,’ Streams Lead Single

Katie Crutchfield, known as Waxahatchee, has revealed her next album, titled Ivy Tripp. The followup to her fantastic sophomore release, Cerulean Salt, will be available on April 7. Listeners are given a taste of what is to come with the album’s lead single, “Air.”

Cerulean Salt was one of my favorite releases of 2013, and I am sure excited for what Ivy Tripp may bring. Experiencing “Air,” Crutchfield has added looming ambiance to her roster. The hauntingly beautiful track will sway all over the place, carrying you with it. The howling chorus will remind you of just …

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All Time Low Unveil New Album, Stream Lead Single

It’s been over a year since Baltimore alt-rock outfit, All Time Low, put out their Billboard top ranking record, Don’t Panic. The band has been working hard in the studio this past year, and is finally ready to share their efforts with the world.

This morning, the four-piece have premiered the first single, “Something’s Gotta Give,” on BBC Radio 1′s Breakfast Show, which you can now stream below. The brand new track is taken from none other than their highly-anticipated new record, Future Hearts.

You can check out the new album’s artwork and the corresponding track …

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Stream Enter Shikari’s New Album, ‘The Mindsweep,’ In Full Now

Slated for a January 19 release via Hopeless Records, Enter Shikari‘s The Mindsweep has been generating all sorts of talk across the internet. The much-anticipated record will be serving as the followup to their release from three years ago in A Flash Flood Of Colour. In conjunction with the record’s release, the band will be touring North America from March through April. You can find details about the tour here.

Lead singer, Rou Reynolds, recently commented on their new record at a show in Germany. He shares: “This limbo period… this purgatory… is finally over. We can present …

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Stream Sleater-Kinney’s New Album, ‘No Cities To Love’

No Cities To Love is the fresh, new full-length album from rock and roll trio, Sleater-Kinney. Scheduled for a January 20 release, the ten-track offering is a result of steadfast efforts of the trio to make a record only when they felt like the timing, along with everything else in their lives, was right. They took their time, alright. No Cities To Love serves as the successor to their last record, The Woods, which was released all the way back in 2005, a few months before they announced their ten-year-long hiatus.

The new record is very resonant of …

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Death Cab For Cutie Unveil New Album, ‘Kintsugi’

Now a three-piece since the departure of former guitarist and producer, Chris Walla, Death Cab For Cutie have remained unwavering in their attempts to continually express their love for music and share it with their supporters. Produced by Rich Costey (Sigur Ros, Frank Turner, TV On The Radio) and due out on March 31 via Atlantic Records, DCFC will be releasing Kintsugi, an eleven-track album which translates to, in the words of bassist Nick Harmer, “a Japanese style of art where they take fractured, broken ceramics and put them back together with very obvious, real gold. It’s making the …

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Sufjan Stevens Announces New Album ‘Carrie & Lowell’

If you were let down by Sufjan Stevens‘ deeper venture into electro pop with Age of Adz, cheer up. The indie folk god has just announced a brand new album titled Carrie & Lowell and it’s described as a return to his “folk roots.” The album is out March 31 via Asthmatic Kitty Records.

The eleven-track release pictures his late mother and stepfather on the album cover. As such, the songs are about “life and death, love and loss, and the artist’s struggle to make sense of the beauty and ugliness of love” with Casey Foubert, Laura Veirs, …

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Happy Body Slow Brain To Release New Album In 2015

The long wait is over! We will finally be receiving a new album from Happy Body Slow Brain this year.

The band, featuring ex-Taking Back Sunday guitarist Matt Fazzi (currently of A Great Big Pile Of Leaves), announced the news today on their Instagram account with the trio performing live during the short but sweet video post. The current lineup does not include former guitarist Isaac Bolivar, who recently announced his departure from the band.

The new album will be their followup to 2010′s Dreams Of Water LP and the latest release since last year’s impressive LIVE EP. …