Yo! It’s Matt from Dirty Heads. Ask me anything!
M83 - Midnight City [Synthpop]
Death - Symbolic [Metal] Happy Birthday Symbolic!
Ringo Starr receives knighthood
Cage The Elephant - Cigarette Daydreams [Alternative Rock]
I am tired of Ticketmaster and Livenation's "Service Fees."
Panic! At The Disco - Say Amen (Saturday Night) [Pop]
The Hollies - Air that I breathe [Pop/Rock]
Silverstein - My Heroine [Post-Hardcore]
My band has a shot of opening for 30 seconds to mars, Portugal the man, and others- would you check us out and vote if you like it?
Run the Jewels - Talk To Me [Hip-Hop]
The Rolling Stones - Under My Thumb [Rock]
Air - la femme D’argent [electronica]
2018 Lollapalooza Lineup Announced
Walk the Moon - Anna Sun [indie] 2010
Cranberries - Ode to my Family, live in Paris [Indie Rock]
The Smiths - There Is A Light That Never Goes Out [Alternative Rock] (1986)
Pharrell and Thicke lose "Blurred Lines" appeal as judge rules in favor of Gaye estate.
The Pretenders - Brass In Pocket [Rock]
Nothing But Thieves - Amsterdam [Alternative Rock]
Tech N9ne - Cold Piece Of Work [Hip-Hop]
Panic! At The Disco - Nine In The Afternoon. [Rock]
Peter Gabriel - Digging in the Dirt [Rock]
Kate Bush - The Sensual World [Art Rock]
Flight Facilities -- Need You ft. NIKA [Synth Pop/ Creamy Pop] (2018)
The 1975 - Somebody Else [Electropop/indie rock] (2016)
What makes Van Halen's "Eruption" so viscerally epic?
This Will Destroy You - I Believe In Your Victory [Post Rock, Ambient]
The Everly Brothers - Crying in the Rain [Rockabilly]
Today marks the 30th anniversary of Surfer Rosa, the debut album from the Pixies.
1 WOODS OF YPRES - "You Were the Light"[METAL] I miss these guys, RIP David.
Parappa the Rapper - Toasty Buns [Rap]
Skinny Puppy - Rivers [Industrial]
Sorry if this is not allowed but I’m conducting a survey for college asking people’s opinions on sampling within music. Any responses will be appreciated. Thank you.
Supertramp - Goodbye Stranger [Pop] (Live In Paris 1979)
Roberta Flack - Killing Me Softly [R&B]
Underoath - Rapture (New)[Hardcore]
Blue Scholars - La Botella [Hip Hop] (2005)
7 Seconds - 99 Red Balloons[old school hardcore punk]
Tiny Tim - People Are Strange [Outsider Doors Covers]
Black Pistol Fire - Lost Cause [Alternative]
1 DJ_Spam **Pennywise** [artist pic]( > Pennywise was formed in 1988 in Hermosa Beach, California by four members Jim Lindberg (vocals), Fletcher Dragge (guitar), Byron McMackin (drums) and Jason Thirsk (bass). They released two EPs: A Word from the Wise (1989) and Wildcard (1989). Each of the band members had played in other bands in the Hermosa Beach, California area and attended the same high school. > The group signed to Epitaph Records in 1990 and released their first album Pennywise (1991). The album quickly spread throughout the punk community, earning the band some nation-wide recognition. Lyrics in the album endorsed a positive mental attitude, helping promote progressive ideals for Generation X. Lindberg left the band soon after the debut record. Bass player Randy Bradbury joined the lineup as Thirsk took over lead vocal duties. In 1992, The Vandals lead singer Dave Quackenbush took over on vocals for a brief stint. Bradbury left the band and Thirsk returned to bass. > Lindberg got married and returned to the group in 1992 in time for their second album Unknown Road (1993), an underground hit that established the band as a force in punk music. By 1995, punk bands The Offspring and Rancid hit the mainstream and Pennywise refused invitations to join several major labels. About Time (1995) was another indie hit. > In 1996, Pennywise began recording their fourth album. Thirsk left the band in an attempt to conquer alcoholism. He was successful but relapsed and died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest on July 29, 1996. > Following Thirsk's death, Bradbury rejoined the band and recorded their next two albums, Full Circle (1997) and Straight Ahead (1999). This was followed by a live album, Live at the Key Club (2000), as well as Land of the Free? (2001) and From the Ashes (2003). > Home Movies, the band's only video, was re-released on DVD for the first time in 2004. The video was originally released in 1995 and had been out of print since 1997. More footage of Pennywise can be seen on 45 Revolutions: A Slice of XVI St. Life, XVI St. being the place where Jason and Fletcher hung out in Hermosa Beach. > The band's eighth album, The Fuse, was released in Europe on June 27 and in North America on August 9, 2005. The band's Australian tour was cancelled leading to breakup rumors, which Lindberg denied. Also that year, digitally-remastered versions of the first four studio albums were released. > Pennywise recently recorded a cover of Sick of It All's "My Life" for the band's tribute album Our Impact Will Be Felt. > The band returned to the studio in 2007 to begin work on their ninth album, Reason to Believe, which was released on March 25, 2008. In addition the album would be for sale in stores through MySpace Records in the United States and Epitaph in Europe. > After 19 years with Pennywise, Jim Lindberg has decided to step down as lead singer. The new singer is Zoli Téglás (hungarian), the front man of hardcore band Ignite. > For more information, go to: > PLEASE NOTE: scrobbled for the Dutch sixties beat band, Penny Wise, are auto-corrected and scrobbled as Pennywise tracks. This auto-correct is incorrect. The Dutch band was called Penny Wise. Read more on []( 651,794 listeners, 18,042,437 plays tags: *punk, punk rock, seen live, hardcore* ^^Please ^^downvote ^^if ^^incorrect! ^^Self-deletes ^^if ^^score ^^is ^^0.