Ahead of the release of their newest album Here Come The Runts, which is due out February 2, AWOLNATION released another new song “Handyman” along with a music video. Check it out:
AWOLNATION will be at The Fillmore on March 6.
Somebody made a supercut of clips of “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” to describe each Radiohead album throughout their career. Watch:
Bleachers released a brand new song Tuesday called “Alfie’s Song (Not Your Typical Love Song)” which is part of the soundtrack for the movie Love, Simon. Listen:
Here’s the full track list for the soundtrack:
Love, Simon Soundtrack:
01 Bleachers: Alfie’s Song (Not So Typical Love Song)
02 Bleachers: Rollercoaster
03 Jack Antonoff & MØ: Never Fall In Love
04 Troye Sivan: Strawberries & Cigarettes
05 Amy Shark: Sink In
06 Khalid & Normani: Love Lies
07 Brenton Wood: The Oogum Boogum Song
08 The 1975: Love Me
09 Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance With Somebody
10 Jackson 5: Someday At Christmas
11 Haerts: Wings
12 Bleachers: Keeping a Secret
13 Bleachers: Wild Heart
The big game is right around the corner, so join RXP for The Bowl That Is Super Party at Thunder & Buttons Sunday, February 4.
We’ll be live starting at 4:00 ahead of kick off, so come down to catch all the action on the biggest football day of the year. RXP will give away prizes between every quarter, including a new flat screen TV at the end of the game provided Springs Automotive Group. We’ll play the squares board for your chance to win $100 cash courtesy of Thunder & Buttons.
RXP’s Bowl That Is Super Party, brought to you by Springs Automotive Group, Bud Light, and The Alternative RXP at 103.9.
In October, high school senior @postydamaris tweeted David Harbour (Hopper from Stranger Things) this:
.@DavidKHarbour how many retweets for you take my senior photos with me
— damaris ◟̽◞̽ (@postydamaris) October 29, 2017
He responded with this:
25k. And I get to wear the school sweatshirt and hold a trombone. https://t.co/xPNEE681J4
— David Harbour (@DavidKHarbour) October 29, 2017
Three months later, those pictures are finally here and they are glorious. He really did wear the school sweatshirt and held a trombone.
Dirty Heads’ single “Celebrate” with The Unlikely Candidates is their latest single off their newest album Swim Team, and now has a music video. Check it out:
In a Twitter announcement today, AWOLNATION frontman Aaron Bruno announced new AWOLNATION dog accessories for sale on their website with proceeds benefiting animal rescue organizations working to help animals affected by recent natural disasters in Houston and California.
Excited to announce AWOL 'Runts' Dog Accessories by @PrideBites & the proceeds will benefit animal organizations helping their communities affected by recent natural disasters, like @LMcCullersJrFdn in Houston & rescue orgs in SoCal. Check them out here: https://t.co/j5RE3KhMGG pic.twitter.com/Q2ekyE3nee
— AWOLNATION (@awolnation) January 10, 2018
Go here to visit their store and purchase items.
Jack White released two new songs today in anticipation for his new album Boarding House Reach. He released the full music video for “Connected By Love”, plus a second track “Respect Commander.” Take a listen to both below:
Gaten Matarazzo’s (Dustin from Stranger Things) band has recently covered many artists in shows lately, including Paramore. Watch:
After that happened, Hayley Williams from Paramore tweeted this:
dear @GatenM123, @itstayloryall & i saw your band’s Miz Biz cover and all i can say is: 🤘🏼. open invite to crash a pmore stage and thrash those luscious locks around (& harmonize, obv) whenever the spirit (of rock) leads you.
— hayley from Paramore (@yelyahwilliams) January 6, 2018
Dude!! Yesss!!!! Let’s make this happen! Thanks ❤️🤘🏻
— Gaten Matarazzo (@GatenM123) January 7, 2018
The Twitter exchange also included Hayley Williams telling Gaten Matarazzo to just “pick a date.”
so welcome! i’ll get our 2018 schedule to you and you can just pick a date.
— hayley from Paramore (@yelyahwilliams) January 7, 2018
David Byrne announced Monday he will release his first solo album since 2004 on March 9 called American Utopia. Monday, he also shared a new song “Everybody’s Coming To My House.” Listen:
David Byrne also announced a solo tour, including Coachella,, promising fans the “most ambitious show” since Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense concerts. Stay tuned for more 2018 tour dates.
GalaxyFest is a 3-day celebration at The Antlers Wyndam Hotel of the eclectic arts and pop culture which brings the community together. Enjoy vendors, actors, artists, and authors from Colorado Springs and beyond represent genres such as comics, steampunk, sci-fi, anime and more.
Galaxy Fest will feature shows, panels, photography sessions, autograph session, interactive displays and more. For more info on Galaxy Fest, click here.
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A Reddit user posted a picture of his friend meeting Dave Grohl at Michaels craft store, and Reddit ran wild with the puns.
“There goes my hero, watch him as he sews.”
“Is someone knitting a vest, a vest, a vest with you?”
and my favorite, “I’ve got another craft to make! I need glue!”
Read the full comment thread here.
Imagine Dragons was one of many performers getting us ready for 2018 on New Year’s Rockin’ Eve Sunday night. In case you missed their performance of “Thunder” & “Believer”, here you go:
2017 is almost over, and we saw a lot of new music this year.
We got new music from Muse, Portugal. The Man, The Killers, and so much more. We want to know what song stood out to you this year.
Leave a comment below if your favorite isn’t included in the poll.
Judah & The Lion recorded a version of “The Christmas Song” for the 2017 holiday season, and just released it on Vevo. Listen:
This version was recorded for the Holidays Rule, Vol. 2 album, which features holiday songs recorded by an array of different artists. Here’s the full track list:
1. Paul McCartney, Jimmy Fallon and The Roots – Wonderful Christmastime
2. Barns Courtney Feat. Lennon Stella – Baby, It’s Cold Outside
3. Albin Lee Meldau – All I Want For Christmas Is You
4. Calum Scott – It’s Beginning To Look Like Christmas
5. Kandace Springs – (Everybody’s Waitin For) The Man With The Bag
6. Norah Jones – Peace (Live at the Sheen Center)
7. Grace Potter – Christmas Moon
8. Rosanne Cash – May Ev’ry Day Be Christmas
9. Judah & The Lion – The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)
10. The Decemberists – Jesus Christ
11. Lake Street Dive – I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas
12. Flor De Toloache – That’s What I Want For Christmas
13. Vera Blue – A Winter Romance
14. MUNA – Pipes of Peace
15. US Girls – Blue Christmas
16. Andrew McMahon – What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve
Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of Hamilton, is set to release a new Hamilton every month through December 2018 in a series called “Hamildrops.” The first one was released Thursday night which has Miranda teamed up with The Decemberists.
Miranda wrote a song about Benjamin Franklin that didn’t make the musical. He said the lyrics had a very Decemberists-esque feel to them, so he ended up sending the lyrics to the band, and asked them to provide the music. Here’s the final product:
Bastille just announced a tour complete with a full orchestra for the spring of 2018.
Earlier this year, the band did a special one-off show with an orchestra to raise money for Streets of London. They reimagined their songs with strings, bass, and a choir. Now they take that show on the road in the UK in the spring.
Here’s the tour announcement video:
Here’s their cover of Green Day’s “Basket Case” which was released earlier this year, recorded with a full orchestra.
Here’s hoping they bring this tour to the US as well.
Netflix tries to have a little fun with their Twitter account, and yesterday they shamed some people for their viewing habits.
Netflix tweeted, quote, “To the 53 people who’ve watched ‘A Christmas Prince’ every day for the past 18 days: Who hurt you?”
An entertainment reporter Tweeted, quote, “Why are you calling people out like that Netflix?” And Netflix replied, quote, “I just want to make sure you’re okay.”
To the 53 people who've watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days: Who hurt you?
— Netflix US (@netflix) December 11, 2017
The tweet wasn’t a joke. A rep confirmed that 53 people have watched ‘A Christmas Prince’ every day for 18 days.
HBO will release a new documentary “David Bowie: The Last Five Years” on January 8, 2018, which would have been David Bowie’s 71st birthday.
The documentary will cover his last five years, writing The Next Day, Blackstar, and the musical Lazarus. Watch the trailer here:
Season two of Jessica Jones premieres on Netflix March 8, 2018.
Krysten Ritter, who plays Jessica Jones, talked recently to Entertainment Weekly about the upcoming season, explaining it will dive deeper into the trauma her character experienced in season 1. We will also see David Tennant’s Kilgrave again in season 2.
If you want to get a whole lot of retweets, here’s a quick strategy: Just offer to do something humiliating. Also, never underestimate the power of social media.
A 20-year-old woman named Kelsey Hall who’s a student at the University of Alabama tweeted a photo of herself in an ugly Christmas tree costume on Saturday.
And she said if she got 1,000 retweets, she’d wear it to all of her classes for the rest of the semester.
1,000 retweets and I’ll wear this to all my classes for the rest of the semester pic.twitter.com/uzIDepK43k
— Kelsey Hall (@kelseyhall1313) December 3, 2017
Well, it went viral. And as the retweets started pouring in, she tweeted, quote, “Guys I really don’t want to do this”, but it was too late.
She got over 18,000 RETWEETS, so now, she’s fulfilling the bet and she’s wearing the Christmas tree around campus.
Day 3 and she is going strong!! pic.twitter.com/RP4GwXpg5q
— Kat (@katbielinski) December 6, 2017
New Politics released a new music video Tuesday for their current single “Color Green.”
The video follows Greg, one of Louis’ childhood friends, who is color-blind. The video shows his daily routine and what the world looks like through his eyes. The video then shows reactions Greg and other people who are color-blind as they experience color for the first time using special glasses. Watch:
New Politics will be at The Black Sheep Friday night as part of RXP’s Miracle on Platte. Get tickets here.
A Silent Film offered a lengthy band update Monday announcing they are going on an “indefinite break.”
The letter posted to their website explains that band member Spencer Walker’s wife recently had a baby, leading to his decision to focus his time on being a parent. Robert Stevenson of A Silent Film has relocated to the U.S. to embark on a solo tour in 2018.
While the news is sad, we wish all the best to everyone involved and all the best for the future! This will always be one of their most beautiful songs:
In-N-Out fans, rejoice! Announced Thursday, In-N-Out is officially coming to Colorado Springs, making it the first In-N-Out in Colorado. The In-N-Out will be in the Victory Ridge shopping center, located at Interquest Parkway and Voyager Parkway.
The news was announced via Albus Brooks, the president of Denver City Council:
— Albus Brooks (@AlbusBrooksD9) November 30, 2017
And here’s the full press release:
It is real folks!!! Here is the Presser. IN N OUT!!!! Coming to Colorado Springs first. Congrats. pic.twitter.com/vVQwnR50IO
— Albus Brooks (@AlbusBrooksD9) November 30, 2017
New Politics is coming to town December 8 for RXP’s Miracle on Platte, and we’ve got your chance to win tickets to the show AND play WhirlyBall with New Politics during the day.
Just sign up below for your chance to win.
WhirlyBall combines lacrosse, hockey, basketball and bumper cars in a game of skill and chance. Their Colorado Springs location features bowling with 12 lanes, craft beer and cocktails, entertainment, a chef-driven menu and, of course, WhirlyBall!
Here’s a video demo of WhirlyBall to show you what it’s like:
The Wombats just released a slightly disturbing new video for their newest single “Lemon To A Knife Fight.” Finn Keenan, the video director, described the video as “David Lynch meets Power Rangers.”
The Wombats have a new album out February 9 called ‘Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life’. They will also be in Denver January 22 at The Gothic.
AJR released a brand new tour video Tuesday for their newest single “Sober Up” featuring Rivers Cuomo. Watch:
Now that Thanksgiving is over, everyone will be rolling out their ‘Best of 2017’ lists . . . and this year, “Rolling Stone” is up first with their rundown of ‘The 50 Best Albums of the Year.’
Here’s the Top 20 . . .
1. “Damn”, Kendrick Lamar
2. “Melodrama”, Lorde
3. “Songs of Experience”, U2. It comes out this Friday.
4. “Rainbow”, Kesha
5. “American Dream”, LCD Soundsystem
6. “American Teen”, Khalid
7. “Reputation”, Taylor Swift
8. “Villains”, Queens of the Stone Age
9. “Culture”, Migos
10. “The Thrill of It All”, Sam Smith
11. “Sleep Well Beast”, The National
12. “4:44”, Jay-Z
13. “Dark Matter”, Randy Newman
14. “Out in the Storm”, Waxahatchee
15. “Lotta Sea Lice”, Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile
16. “All American Made”, Margo Price
17. “Harry Styles”, Harry Styles
18. “Masseduction”, St. Vincent
19. “Pure Comedy”, Father John Misty
20. “Ctrl”, SZA
Foo Fighters “Concrete & Gold” came in at #49, Beck’s new album “Colors” came in at #42, and Paramore’s new album “After The Laughter” came in at #25.
Here’s the rest of the list here.