Daily Archives: March 30, 2017

Dawn Of Ashes Announces "Fire of the Phoenix" Tour

Dawn Of Ashes has announced a new headlining tour called “Fire of the Phoenix”. It will run with opening act Project F. Check out the list of dates below. TOUR DATES: 04/27/17 – LA – …Read More


Dragonforce Announces New Tour and Releases New Song and Video

Superstars DragonForce has launched the record’s first single, “Judgement Day”, in addition to a live video for the classic track, “Operation Ground and Pound” – which is taken from the special CD/DVD edition of Reaching …Read More


Doll Skin Announces New Album and Tour

Phoenix pop-punk favorites DOLL SKIN have announced the release date for their upcoming sophomore LP MANIC PIXIE DREAM GIRL, in stores June 16th via EMP LABEL GROUP/AMPED, and in Europe via EMP/SPV. Produced and Mixed …Read More



American rock act CKY (Chad I Ginsburg, Jess Margera and Matt Deis) have signed a worldwide record deal with Entertainment One Music (eOne Music) and plan on releasing a brand new full length album this …Read More


With Our Arms To The Sun’s Josh Discusses Orenda in All It’s Glory!

With Our Arms To The Sun, have been hard at work, writing and recording for the follow-up to 2014’s “A Far Away Wonder”. During this time, they have come to complete the new album titled …Read More


Hear Mary J. Blige, Kanye West's Empowering New Song 'Love Yourself'

Mary J. Blige addresses the importance of self-love on new song “Love Yourself,” which features Kanye West. The song hails from her forthcoming album, Strength of a Woman.

The song begins as a tender ballad, with piano and harp melodies ushering it in. “It’s been a long ride, but I made it here with love,” she sings. “Said I’ve been up and down, I’ve been through it all/ Took a while to know my heart.”

Following the heartfelt intro, triumphant horns and a slinky beat bring up the tempo and fuel the themes of empowerment. “Oh, you gotta love yourself/ If you really wanna be with someone else,” Blige soulfully sings on the chorus. “You gotta feed yourself/ Before you feed somebody else/ You gotta stay open, and don’t be foolish/ ‘Cause everybody don’t mean you well.”

Later, West enters with his fiery verse. “I decided not to use my color as a handicap/ He a designer, artist, producer, and he rap,” he spits. His next few bars discuss his rise, the need to be courageous amid violence and avoiding complacency.

“Came from the Chi and wow, look what the fuck they found,” he raps. “A young legend, comin’ to shut the summer down.”

Strength of a Woman will be released on April 28th via Capitol. Along with West, the album features Missy Elliott, Quavo, DJ Khaled, Kaytranada and Prince Charlez.

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Universal CityWalk Toasts the Arrival of Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville Restaurant, the First-Ever to Open in California, with a Celebratory Performance by Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band

Universal Studios Hollywood toasted the arrival of Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville restaurant to Universal CityWalk with an exciting performance by Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band on Thursday, March 30, 2017.UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., March 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — At 5 O’Clock today, Universal CityWalk toasted the official arrival of Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville restaurant to its destination marking the occasion with an exciting performance by singer, songwriter and best-selling author, Jimmy…


Watch Kendrick Lamar's Richly Symbolic New 'Humble' Video

Kendrick Lamar has unveiled the video for new song “Humble,” which was produced by Mike Will Made-It. It’s the second track he’s released in less than a week.

Directed by Dave Meyers and the Little Homies, the visual is richly filled with symbolism, contrasting ostentatious scenes against his pleas on the hook to “Sit down/ Be humble” over a staccato, piano-fueled beat.

The rapper is seen in a papal-style robe, laying atop stacks of cash, feasting at a table in footage resembling the Last Supper, teeing off on top of a car, passing mustard between fancy cars mimicking a Grey Poupon commercial and at one point the top of his head is in flames.

Last week he dropped surprise song “The Heart Part 4” and hinted he would be releasing something new, perhaps an album, as soon as next week. That track ended with the lines, “You know what time it is, ante up, this is in forever/ Y’all got ’til April the 7th to get your shit together.” 

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Radio Hill and 89.9 KCRW Present "Skyline: Art, Music, Food," First Major Event at Newly Renovated Los Angeles State Historic Park

Radio Hill and KCRW present SkylineLOS ANGELES, March 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Radio Hill – a brand new collective of Los Angeles-based concert producers, festival planners and talent curators – alongside local partners KCRW, The Well, Space Yacht, and DoLA, announced the debut of, “Skyline: Art, Music, Food.” The…


Award-Winning Band Bastille Makes Apothic its Wine of Choice for National Concert Tour

http://rockbands.net/wp-content/blogs.dir/3/files/2017/03/Apothic_Logo.jpg?p=captionMODESTO, Calif., March 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Fans of bold wines and cutting edge music can celebrate this spring as Apothic brings its captivating wine blends and Old World mystery to the U.S. leg of Bastille’s “Wild, Wild World Tour.” The wines of Apothic have been selected as the…