On April 24th Trivium release their ninth studio album, What The Dead Men Say, via Roadrunner Records. (Read our…
Riptide Music Festival was back for another year of fun in the sun in Fort Lauderdale, thanks to 104.3 The Shark. Featuring The Killers, Switchfoot, and headliners Jimmy Eat World, the festival lived up to the hype.
South Florida fans of Third Eye Blind and Smallpools got to celebrate the first cold night of the season at Seminole Casino in Coconut Creek, Florida with a fan-favourite-filled set that proved both bands still got it!
Another year, another massive lineup provided by South Florida’s alternative-music radio-stars 104.3 The Shark for Riptide Festival 2019. We’ve come up with a list of five reasons why this year’s edition will be one of the most memorable yet.
November began with a bang when The Neighbourhood brought their “Middle of Somewhere Tour” to Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with Claud and Slow Hollows for a long-awaited and fulfilling performance.
Bring Me The Horizon wrapped up their visually and aurally-enthralling Threesome Tour at the Fillmore Miami Beach, and along with Poppy and Sleeping With Sirens, it offered an audio, and most of all, visual experience like no other.
For this edition of the Paltrocast, Darren Paltrowitz spoke with former Creed frontman Scott Stapp, legendary producer and artist Todd Rundgren, and Bananarama co-founder Sara Dallin.
For this edition of the Paltrocast, host Darren Paltrowitz spoke with Howie Dorough (a.k.a. Howie D of The Backstreet Boys, singer Robin Wilson of The Gin Blossoms and Danny O’Reilly of The Coronas.
Out July 12th via Relapse Records, Admission is the Torche album that will finally get a criminally underrated band the recognition they sorely deserve. It makes you feel all cuddly and snug and still kicks your ass. Like a Care Bear with a bad attitude.
After just seven months, American Airlines Arena once more hosted Twenty One Pilots, with Bear Hands opening the show, and, given the numbers the duo pulled, you would have thought it was their first time back in over a year.
In its ninth year as a weekend rock festival, Welcome to Rockville has become recognized for its impressive lineup of bands, particularly headlining acts such as Korn, Rob Zombie and Tool. We run down our Thumbs Up and Thumbs Down for the event’s 2019 edition.
For this edition of the Paltrocast, Darren Paltrowitz spoke with the legendary Dionne Warwick, Grand Funk Railroad and Bob Seger drummer Don Brewer, Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young guitarist Nils Lofgren, 311 singer and guitarist Nick Hexum, and chef and Nailed It star Jacques Torres.