WLCA's Top 30 Playlist
WLCA's Top 5 Songs of the Week
1. TOKYO POLICE CLUB-toy guns
2. CAPITAL CITIES-one minute more
3. ARCTIC MONKEYS-why'd you only call me when your high
4. KEVIN DEVINE AND THE GODDAMN BAND-"Private First Class"
5. LOST IN THE TREES-Past Life
Foo Fighters fans in Richmond, Virginia have created the campaign to get the band to perform a hometown concert for the first time in over 1554 pine st. years.
After delivering an incredible performance at weekend one of Coachella, Crosses - featuring�Chino Moreno, Shaun Lopez�and�Chuck Doom - have announced a May tour.
Band of Skulls have confirmed a full slate of tour dates throughout the UK for next fall. The run kicks off at the Academy in Dublin on October 29 and continues through November 14 when it wraps at the Eventim Apollo in London.
With the new Augustana record coming out next week, Dan Layus recently talked with Alternative Addiction about the new album, "Life Imitating Life," his view on life, and getting back on his feet over the last two years.
The Downtown Fiction has released their new song "Kiss My Friends."�The track is featured on their second studio-album and Fearless Records debut�"Losers and Kings" set to release on June 17th.
Muse have confirmed plans to commence work on a new record later this year. Speaking from the Coachella Music Festival, drummer Dom Howard explained that the band has opened up their calendar following their appearance at the fest.
The 1975 are set to release a 39 track digital deluxe edition today on Vagrant/ Interscope Records. The 1975 deluxe special edition will include remixes, tracks from their EPs, and songs from their full length release.
Flea, bass player for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, has announced the impending release of his memoir. The book, published by Grand Central Publishing, will be written by Flea with no outside help.
3 Doors Down has announced Summer plans that feature additional "3 Doors Down Acoustic - Songs From The Basement" dates fueled by public demand alongside select plugged in electric dates at festivals in select markets.
Linkin Park have opened up about their forthcoming release, saying that it may be their heaviest offering to date. Speaking with Rolling Stone, Mike Shinoda said that they decided to up the ante after he notice too many "emo" sounds coming from the band.