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Spoon Bassist Quits Band

Bassist Rob Pope is departing the band to focus more on his family and other projects. He’ll still be making music with his other band, The Get Up Kids though. Check out the official statement below! -Catch Spoon on tour with Beck, and Cage The Elephant at Fiddler’s Green on 7/23!   View this post on Instagram   A message from Rob Pope: . As Spoon’s bass player since 2006, I’ve never taken for granted the thrills and challenges that have come with being in this band.  Now, after some serious thought, the timing feels right for me to...

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Green Day to Release New Song Next Week!

The band announced on the Kerrang! Radio show “Breakfast with Sophie K.,” that a new song is coming next week. The new tune is reportedly coming July 19th at 5 p.m. but because Kerrang! is UK based, the song could drop at 12 p.m. EST.  I guess we’ll have to wait and see! You can listen to the announcement in a screen recording taken...

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Cassette Players get Bluetooth Treatment

As vinyl and cassette sales grow, the demand for something better than 80s/90s technology top play them on, remains. That’s why, just in time for Sony’s 40th anniversary of the Walkman, NINM Labs is creating a cassette player which has Bluetooth 5.0 capabilities! Not only that, the player will still have a 3.5mm headphone jack in case you DON’T want to unplug. The cassette player is called, “It’s OK” and is a whopping $63 on Kickstarter (expected delivery in...

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Panic! At The Disco Replace Themselves on the Hot Rock Songs Chart

Panic! at the Disco’s “Hey Look Ma, I Made It” just replaced the band’s single, “High Hopes” atop the Billboard’s Hot Rock Songs chart. “High Hopes'” had a reign of 34 weeks at No. 1 on the chart. Panic! has now led the Hot Rock Songs chart for each of the past 35 weeks, in third place for the longest-running chart leader. Imagine Dragons led the chart for a record 52 straight weeks, from November 18, 2017, to November 3, 2018, and Twenty One Pilots were atop the chart for 44 weeks from May 21, 2016 to March 18,...

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