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Adley Stump's New Single "Ex to See"
When last we heard from Adley Stump she had just released her album Like This (Deluxe). Now Stump has released a new non-album single that may come as a bit of a surprise to some: a cover of Sam Hunt's "Ex to See."

Singled Out: Short Stack's Gravity
Shaun Diviney, the leader of the Australian group Short Stack, tells us the story behind their song 'Gravity,' which comes from their brand new third studio album 'Homecoming'.

A Vile Display of Humanity
A Vile Display of Humanity's self-titled album lives up to its punk rock reputation. This is also not that annoying pop-punk either, which is an oxymoron if there ever was one. You're either punk, or you're not.

Singled Out: Sacred Oath's Taken
Sacred Oath's lead singer Rob Thorne tells us the story behind their song 'Taken' and the track's video, which comes from the veteran metal band's latest studio album 'Ravensong'.

Get To Know... Nikki's Wives
"Ghost" doesn't need moving pictures to garner attention- Whitehead does that nicely with her voice, and fans can expect that to be the hallmark of this intriguing outfit as they move toward the release of their forthcoming E.P. For E-V-E-R.

Singled Out: The Von's Cry Of War
The Von vocalist/bassist Luis Bonilla tells us about their brand new single 'Cry Of War' from their forthcoming new album 'Ei8ht,' which is set to be released on November 13th.

Clutch - Psychic Warfare
When it comes to heavy, blues-informed and inventive stoner rock few do it better than Clutch, and fans who ate up their recent release Earth Rocker will love this one too.

Singled Out: Noah Hoffeld's Stop Slow Down
Cello rocker Noah Hoffeld tells us the story behind the song 'Stop Slow Down', which is a track from his recently released new album 'Play Human'.

Classics: Razor - Shotgun Justice
"Shotgun Justice" is yet another notch in the belt of these wild and boisterous Canucks who, as time progressed, merged from the road of speed metal onto the thrash highway.


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The Cure Announce Initial Dates For North American Tour

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Jason Aldean Tour Truck Flips Over In Crash

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Rihanna Opens Up about Chris Brown and Domestic Abuse

Paul McCartney Reveals Alternate Video for Michael Jackson Duet

Bobby Shmurda Denied Bail, to Remain In Custody Until Trial

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The Oak Ridge Boys Announce 2015 Christmas Night Out Tour

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Lollapalooza South America 2016 Details Announced

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Mac Miller Releases 'Clubhouse' Video

Kendrick Lamar Pays Tribute To Eazy-E

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Singled Out: Short Stack's Gravity

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Singled Out: Sarantos's Surgery
Alt-pop star Sarantos tells us about the inspiration behind his latest single 'Surgery.' Part of the proceeds from the track will go to the non-profit organization Helping Hands Surgical Care.

On The Record: Gretta Harley - Element 115 (Uup)
In the science lab Element 115 is the superheavy artificial element called Ununpentium (Uup), an unstable little fellow that collapses into its component elements as soon as it comes into existence.

Singled Out: Separations' Dream Eater
Separations are releasing their debut album 'Dream Eater' this Friday (October 2nd) and to celebrate we asked vocalist Will Crafton to tell us about the inspiration behind the album's title track.

Sites and Sounds: The Lebrewski Cruise (Craft Beer & Music Cruise)
Beer, bands, and the Bahamas! If that sounds good to you then you'll want to consider booking a cabin aboard the Norwegian Pearl for the inaugural sailing of The Lebrewski Cruise

Singled Out: Stroamata's Social
Brooklyn alt-rock band Stroamata recently released their latest single 'Social' and we asked the band's Rob Morrison and Alex Markowitz to tell us the story behind the track.

Singled Out: BZRK's Interpersonal Ethic
Nashville hip-hop group BZRK tell us about what inspired their track 'Interpersonal Ethic,' which is the latest single/video from their recently released album 'Crop Circles.'

The Blues: John Mayall- Dalannah and Owen- Mick Kolassa
In this installment of The Blues Kevin Wierzbicki tells us about John Mayall's Find a Way to Care, Dalannah and Owen's Been Around a While, Mick Kolassa's Ghosts of the Riverside Hotel.

Sorcerer - In the Shadow of the Inverted Cross
"In the Shadow of the Inverted Cross" is really the first major release from this cult squad, and while the times have changed, the timelessness of this style has not. Here is a record where magic comes alive.

Singled Out: The Pollies' Lost
The Pollies release their brand new album 'Not Here' today (September 25th) and to celebrate we asked Jay Burgess to tell us the story behind the song 'Lost'.

On The Record: Charlie Overbey & the Broken Arrows- Heaters
On the Record Kevin Wierzbicki tells us about the new vinyl releases: Charlie Overbey & the Broken Arrows' The California Kid (12" 45-RPM EP) and Heaters' "Mean Green" b/w "Levitate Thigh" (green vinyl).

Singled Out: MaryLeigh Roohan's My Friends
MaryLeigh Roohan tells us about the story behind the song 'My Friends ' from her brand new EP 'Living Alone,' which is set to be released this Friday (September 25th).

Damnation Angels - The Valiant Fire (5 Stars)
"The Valiant Fire" moves beyond what the group demonstrated on "Bringer of Light" by adding more depth and substance without overloading the equation. It's a homerun- "The Valiant Fire" is something special.

Singled Out: W. Darling's Learn To Love
Canadian pop singer W. Darling was named one of Spotify's most promising artists of 2015. Today she tells us the story behind her song 'Learn To Love', from her recently released 'Lost Girls: Chapter One' EP.

Singled Out: Seven Witches' World Without Man
Seven Witches vocalist Anthony Cross tells us the story about their new single 'World Without Man', which comes from their most recent studio album 'The Way of The Wicked'.

Root 66: The Mighty Cash Cats- Tiffany Huggins Grant- Smith & Wesley
In this edition of Root 66 Kevin Wierzbicki tells us about The Mighty Cash Cats' The Ballad of Johnny and June, Tiffany Huggins Grant's Jonquil Child and Smith & Wesley's Choices & Chances.

Riot Fest Chicago 2015: Most Valuable Performances
Riot Fest is an independently run festival, covering three cities and delivering a bevy of acts with roots in the punk aesthetic. How did the 2015 Chicago edition fare? Pretty damn well.

Scorpions - Return to Forever
Hey, didn't these guys retire? Legions of Scorpions fans the world over can be thankful that the band changed their mind about calling it quits. One thing Scorpions have not done here is try to reinvent their sound.


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