Chrome Bumper Films’ latest production has an official teaser. Leading up to the July 1st release of King810‘s music video, ‘Fat Around the Heart’, the song is off the band’s debut full-length ‘Memoirs of a Murderer’, out August 19th on Roadrunner Records. Shot on location in Flint, Michigan, here’s a sneak peak at what’s to come from King810. Follow the movement here.
Ever have one of those days where you just want to send your bestfriend/colleague/significant other a ‘yo’, but – alas – there’s no app for that? Now there is.
The ‘Yo’ app allows you to send the words “yo” to anyone with a cell phone. Sound simple? It is. Sound stupid? Tell that to the 50k users already hooked, and try not to scoff at the $1 million the developer has already raised. The app can be downloaded here. (Is that Yahoo!’s purple?)
New on the indie music scene, Blackbird Blackbird is going to become that band you just can’t stop humming. And when you find out it’s just one guy behind the sound, you might be a little impressed.
Blackbird Blackbird is San Francisco based producer Mikey Maramag. On June 3rd, he released his album ‘Tangerine Sky‘ and this summer he tours stateside. Word on his Facebook is he may need a place to stay.. help a musician out?
Want to see your favorite band but, checked the tour dates, and they’re not hitting your city? Buy a ticket to an imaginary tour date, and the music fairy may just make your dreams come true.
Fans of the Foo Fighters in Richmond, Virginia have taken matters into their own hands and done exactly that. Via CrowdFunder, some die hard Foo fans bought $50 tickets for the yet-to-be-confirmed tourdate, and then they convinced some of their friends to buy $50 tickets, then they convinced some businesses to buy $50 tickets.. and yesterday the Foo Fighters confirmed – ok guys, we’ll come.
The date is TBD but the Foo Fighters will officially return to RVA after 16 years. The full story is right here.
Radio icon, Saved by the Bell regular and the best 80’s sweater wearer (next to Bill Cosby) has passed away. Casey Kasem, a Detroit native, was the longtime host of radio’s American Top 40, among countless other projects & work, among them being the voice of Shaggy, on Scooby Doo.
Casey Kasem – thank you for being the voice introducing us to new music, the DJ at the dance parties at The Max, and the character of one of our favorite classic cartoons ever. Casey Kasum, April 27, 1932 – June 15, 2014.