Cate W.

Jerry Seinfeld has a new comedy special coming to Netflix September 19 called Jerry Before Seinfeld.

In a series of videos posted to Instagram, the special looks like a return to early club days similar to those that helped launch Jerry Seinfeld into the comedy world. The special will also be complete with footage from his childhood, and a look at his legal pads where he’s written every joke since the 70s. Below are teaser videos Netflix has released on Instagram.

Socks hate their lives, we know that.

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30 Seconds To Mars released their brand new song “Walk On Water” Tuesday.

The description of the lyric video reads:

“Everything you are about to see we filmed on a single day in the United States of America. July 4th, 2017.

Over 10,000 people submitted footage of a single day including 92 of our professional crews. They filmed across the country in all fifty states plus Puerto Rico and D.C. and captured a portrait of this country that is absolutely beautiful, challenging and unforgettable.

A very small selection of that footage you see here. The rest will be part of a documentary film (directed by Jared Leto) that is a companion piece to our brand new album.

The album. The film. The tour.

Coming soon.

Thirty Seconds To Mars.”

30 Seconds To Mars will be at Red Rocks with Muse on September 18. Details here.

After teasing it for a few days, Bastille has released their full cover of Green Day’s “Basket Case.” The band put a new spin on the song, complete with strings and bass. Take a listen:

The cover is featured in the new Amazon superhero show The Tick which stars comedian Peter Serafinowicz. Watch the trailer here:

MTV Unplugged, which ran from 1989-2009 on MTV and featured acoustic, stripped down live performances from bands, will make its return. Shawn Mendes is the first artist to perform on the rebooted series. 

In the past, the show has featured bands like Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains and more. The rebooted series will focus on more pop, contemporary artists like Adele and Miley Cyrus. 

Here’s a snippet of Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged show, which is possibly the most popular episode.

The Killers just announced a North American tour, and will be stopping in Denver at the 1STBank Center on February 5, 2018. Tickets go on sale on August 11.

Thursday night, they also released a new song from their upcoming album Wonderful, Wonderful which is due out September 22. The new song is called “Run For Cover.”

K. Flay called into the studio Friday, July 21 to talk about her new album, upcoming tour with Imagine Dragons, and the huge prize pack you could win for her upcoming Pepsi Center show.

I’m loving Vance Joy’s Folksy New Single, “Lay It On Me” off of his second studio album, which will be out later this year- and the single is available today!

Check out the brand new video, featuring Westworld’s Angela Sarafyan Here:

Check out Queens of the Stone Age teaser clip: Here. We. Come. a short tease just released after releasing “The Way You Used to Do.” earlier this summer from their new album, Villains.

Villains is due out on August 25th.

Enjoy video’s the catchy-punk feel here:

Check them at Red Rocks too on October 10th as part of their Royal Blood Tour and get tickets here:

Today marks ten years since indie favorite Bon Iver’s release of “For Emma, Forever Ago”. The album has been credited for taking the genre toward a more woodsy-folk sound that helped pave the way for bands like Fleet Foxes, Of Monsters and Men and more.

Here’s “Skinny Love” in celebration- though admittedly it’s not the most cheery of songs for celebrating, but it’s still fitting enough.


The US Attorney for the Southern District of New York has said that Billy McFarland, the man in charge of the extremely disastrous Fyre Festival, was arrested on Friday and charged with federal wire fraud.

McFarland is accused of providing false financials to investors who put upwards of $1.2 million toward the event after they were allegedly told Fyre Media was worth millions, when the company’s revenue was actually less than $60,000.

The Fyre Festival was originally promoted as an elite and extravagant Caribbean island festival, promising performances from Blink-182, Disclosure, and more for thousands of dollars per ticket. The reality was the geodesic domes were sheer tents, the gourmet chefs backed out leaving people with cold cheese and bread, that looked far worse than the saddest combination of school lunches and truck-stop food, and many attendees were stranded cashless for days since the event encouraged guests to put their money on wristbands.

McFarland faces up to 20 years in prison if he’s convicted. He has also been named along with co-promoter, Ja Rule in many civil suits.

Lead Singer of The Killers, Brandon Flowers, plays many versions of The Man in Vegas, in the Killer’s awesome new video for the first single: “The Man” from their new album “Wonderful Wonderful”- Available in September.

Filthy Friends are releasing a new album: “Invitation” due out in August. The new group has Peter Buck from REM, Sleater-Kinney’s Corin Tucker, Scott McCaughey of The Minus 5’s, King Crimson member Bill Rieflin, and Kurt Bloch from the Fastbacks’.
They formed in 2016 and are excited to release their first full length album after the success of their Record Store Day Single, “Any Kind Of Crowd”.

Check Out The First Single “The Arrival”

‘Queens Of The Stone Age’ playing their new single, ‘The Way You Used To Do’ at Rapid’s Theater in Niagara Falls. They hadn’t performed live since 2015, and are thrilled to be back out debuting new music.

Queens Of The Stone Age’s New Album, ‘Villains’will be out on August 25th

Get Tickets for their October 10th show at Red Rocks Here:

Sega Forever is a brand new app that will be available for Android and iPhone tomorrow (6.22) and will feature classic Sega games for free! There will be ads, so if you don’t want those, it’s just $2 a pop for each game. 

Check out the trailer below:

Queens of the Stone Age have announced a new album titled Villains which is a follow-up to 2013’s Like Clockwork.

They revealed the new album details with the band taking a polygraph test being asked questions about the new album. From the video, we know the album will be called Villains, it was produced by Mark Ronson, and it also features a short snippet of the new single “Feet Don’t Fail Me.”



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