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Featured New Artist: Exes, With Exclusive Video Premiere "Marshall"

Melissa Webster | Posted 05.01.2015 | Entertainment
Melissa Webster

Snarky, cynical and jaded, especially when it comes to ex-girlfriends, their latest three-song EP Massive Nights is fun and masterfully danceable, with lyrics anyone who's been scorched by an ex will easily relate to, and probably turn up to full volume.

Blink-182 'Hiatus': Sad, But Not Surprising

Mark Carpowich | Posted 03.30.2015 | Entertainment
Mark Carpowich

DeLonge's departure, as well as how abruptly it occurred (and how publicly it was announced by his scorned bandmates), may have seemed surprising, but in reality the latest Blink-182 hiatus was not hard to see coming. Here's why.

EXCLUSIVE Song Premiere: Happy Fangs "Controlled Burn"

Melissa Webster | Posted 02.04.2015 | Entertainment
Melissa Webster

The 9th track on the Happy Fangs debut full-length album Capricorn, set to release on January 27th, 2015, "Controlled Burn" is pure raw energy and powerful vocals with a sexy edge in a free-for-all of creative styles blending perfectly together.

Why Ashlee Simpson's 'Autobiography' Was The Best Angry Pop Album Ever

The Huffington Post | Lauren Zupkus | Posted 03.13.2014 | Entertainment

What were you doing in 2004? Listening to Ashlee Simpson's "Autobiography" on repeat and texting your crush on a Motorola Razr? Dude, same. Let's...

Honah Lee: 'The Inevitable'

Melissa Webster | Posted 05.12.2014 | Entertainment
Melissa Webster


Green Day at Berkeley, With Exclusive Slideshow by Natalie Nesser

Melissa Webster | Posted 06.26.2013 | Entertainment
Melissa Webster

"It's been a long time since I've been able to say this. Berkeley, California!" shouted Billie Joe Armstrong to his screaming hometown crowd at The Greek Theater on April 16, blowing kisses to the audience. 2013-04-27-greendaypull.jpg

The Thing That Ate Larry Livermore: A Pop-Punk Re-Emergence

Melissa Webster | Posted 08.20.2012 | Entertainment
Melissa Webster

With this triumphant return to his punk rock roots, the burning question on everyone's mind is whether or not this is the beginning of a Larry Livermore return to the music business.