Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: The Black Keys, Arctic Monkeys, Foo Fighters Song: Kings of Leon - Temple [download here] What's so good? Kings of Leon rode their Mechanical Bull tour into the home of the Chicago Bulls,...Show More Summary
Rumored to be an unreleased track from the Tron sessions.
The reclusive emcee contributes to a new tribute album spearheaded producer J. Period.
The Walking Dead takes place in a tragic, apocalyptic reality where armies of corpses are after flesh and the fellow survivors are even more dangerous, so you’d think the show’s characters wouldn’t have much time for indie rock. Apparently, they do, though! The character Beth Greene (played by Emily Kinney) has already established herself as [...]
Lil Boosie and Young Jeezy plottin’ on a collaboration? The two have a pretty solid work history. As utterly bad as Superbad was, “Better Believe It” was one of the better tracks from the LP. Again, the competition wasn’t stiff at all on that stink-pile though but their contrasting voices worked well on the record. Show More Summary
Getty Image Gather round, kids, because Justin Bieber’s taped deposition has been released — stemming from an incident last year in which his body guard allegedly beat up a photographer — and it is GLORIOUS. It’s not often we get to see “Candid Bieber,” and Candid Bieber is the best Bieber if you’re a fan of insolence and try-hard swagger.
On 3/25 and 3/27, theaters across America will screen Tales Of Us, Goldfrapp’s film inspired by last year’s album of the same name, followed by an encore performance of last week’s livestreamed performance from London’s Air Studios. (Find your nearest screening here.) Each screening includes five short films that are essentially music videos from the [...]
I’m listening to Kayo Dot right now, so allow me to channel what little knowledge of ballet I have by making a reasonable judgment on why rock-ish scores generally haven’t worked and don’t work in such a setting: the uncontrollable growing...Show More Summary
The unique collaboration combines the best elements of each artist.
1. Ike and Tina Turner, “Proud Mary” By the time Ike and Tina Turner recorded Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Proud Mary” in 1970, the duo already had more than a decade and almost 20 albums under its belt. But despite several attempts, crossover success proved elusive. Show More Summary
A confident, progressive debut from an unlikely pop star.
Promnite surprising us once again with a great edition to Denzel Curry’s infamous track “Threatz” featuring Yung Simmie & Robb Bank$. Prom slows things down a bit and add his unique touch to the bangin’ new edition, stream above! Posted by @Hernandizzle
Lady Gaga is confirmed as the keynote speaker at this year’s South by Southwest in Austin. Fuse News host John Norris will help lead the March 14 event. Lady Gaga will also perform at the festival for the first time this year. Reportedly in 2012, she couldn’t do so because she was denied a permit... More »
Gripping performances of "Graceless" and "I Need My Girl".
The Jay Z seen dry humping his wife on stages nowadays performing “Drunk In Love” is strikingly different from the Jay Z of 1997. His debut LP Reasonable Doubt, in his mind, “should’ve went triple.” His best friend in Biggie Smalls fell victim to rap’s second earth-shattering murder in less than a year. Show More Summary
A look back on 20 years of black days and black hole suns.
Refried Audio 2014 As promised this is the second band/second release from well-traveled musician/versatile lead vocalist Nick Pecone (Burns To The Soul, Carriedbysix, ex-Uptight Sugar, ex-Autumn Awaits, ex-Diablo Mojo, ex-The Bentreys, ex-The Decoys and ex-Vrede Hemel) to be covered here at Heavy Metal Time Machine. Show More Summary
This Austin quartet will make you believe in guitar music again
The Rapture has broken up. Self-Titled reports the band’s demise, which apparently wasn’t announced with any sort of press release. DFA label manager (and Hey Dude star) Jonathan Galkin tells S-T he “kept thinking it might blow over,” but that the group eventually did just sort of dissolve. Show More Summary
The Orwells are made up of five 17-year-olds from Chicago, Illinois. They play rock n roll music. Their names are Mario, Grant, Henry, Dominick and Matt. They write songs — scratch that, primitive teenage battle cries — about girls and America and being suspended from high school. Although one might categorize The Orwells’ distinct brand […]