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Hopsin “Have You Seen Me”

Hopsin’s new song “Have You Seen Me“ from the upcoming album Knock Madness • Ill Mind 6 – Dropping November 26th

BLINK-182 @ The Wiltern | Los Angeles • Day 1 Recap

BLINK-182 @ The Wiltern | Los Angeles • Day 1 of  3









Stalk Market Records & Famous Stars And Straps presents Scoopaloops Vol. 1 | FREE Download

Stalk Market Records & Famous Stars And Straps presents Scoopaloops Vol. 1 | Produced, Mixed and Mastered by @ScoopDeVille // Includes singles “Take On Me” by A-Ha, “One On One” by Hall & Oats, and current single “Losing my Religion” feat. Travis Barker by R.E.M

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BLINK 182 Honoring 9/11 Victims and Supporting Burn Center

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Travis Barker and his Blink-182 bandmates are giving up their time and a ton of money to mark the 9/11 anniversary in NYC … TMZ has learned.

Blink-182 is currently on tour — and even though it was supposed to be an off-day — we’re told they decided to add tomorrow night’s gig in Brooklyn as a 9/11 tribute.

Sources connected to the band tell TMZ all the money raised from the concert will be donated to multiple hospitals … including City of Hope and William Randolph Hearst Burn Center in NYC.

Travis wanted to support one of NY’s leading burn units because of the horrific injuries he and DJ AM suffered in the plane crash 5 years ago.


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Best. Album. Title. Ever. Psycho White is the new title of  Travis Barker and Yelawolf’s new collabo EP and its name has a very literal meaning: “My homie heard some of the music and he was like, ‘That’s some psycho white boy sh-t,'” Yela told Fuse’s Esteban Serrano backstage at Rock the Bells, lounging on Barker’s pimped out tour bus. “And it is. That exactly describes what it is.”

Barker adds, “From day one we got into the studio and started making music, and over a year and a half songs just started accumulating.”

“It’s us getting in the studio and vibing out,” says Yelawolf (who suffered a ruptured spleen earlier this year, derailing studio and tour work). “It’s madness. It’s great to have that outlet. There’s so much rock influence in my life. It’s the perfect outlet, lyrically, musicially, culturally. It’s nice to put something out that’s different.”

Just how different will Psycho White sound? Barker explains: “One of the songs, ‘Push Em,’ has a traditional punk rock beat.” Another, he says, has a “crazy rap cadence and marching drums. There are big choruses and lots of just smash your face in sh-t. It’s different.”

Premiere: Green Day’s ‘Power-Pop’ New Single, ‘Oh Love’

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Green Day have always been an extremely ambitious band, but this fall they’re taking it to the next level by releasing three consecutive studio albums: ¡Uno!¡Dos! and ¡Tres! The first disc drops on September 25th, the second on November 13th and the third on January 15th. Here is the exclusive premiere of “Oh Love,” the lead single from ¡Uno! (The lyric video works even better if you happen to have 3D glasses handy.)

Each of the three albums has a totally different vibe. “The first one is power pop,” says Billie Joe Armstrong. “The second is more garage-y, Nuggets-type rock. And the third is supposed to be epic. With the first album you’re getting in the mood to party. On the second one, you’re at the party. And the third album you’re cleaning up the mess.”

The discs are produced by Rob Cavallo, who co-produced the band’s 1994 breakthrough disc, Dookie. “We wanted to get back to the simplicity of Dookie,” he says. “We also wanted to go pre-Dookie, back to our love of Fifties and Sixties music, close-to-the-bone rock & roll. You don’t hear a gazillion parts. The majority of this is drums, bass, two guitars and vocals.”

Bassist Mike Dirnt says the group wanted to move away from the weighty, politically charged content of their previous two albums, 2004’s American Idiot and 2009’s 21st Century Breakdown. “We were just thinking about making a killer power-pop record – dirtier, back to basics,” he says. “We tapped into our version of Exile on Main Street.”