WLCA's Top 30 Playlist
WLCA's Top 5 Songs of the Week
1.Two Door Cinema Club- Next Year
2.Twenty One Pilots- Car Radio
3.Thao and the Get Down Stay Down-We the Common
4.Alt-J - Breezeblocks
5.Southbound Drive- Marigold
Imagine Dragons' "Night Visions" is now certified platinum by the RIAA. Night Visions was released on September 4, 2012 and entered the Billboard Top 200 chart at #2 with the best first week sales for a full-length debut by a new rock band in six years.
Kings of Leon drummer Nathan Followill says the band's recent gigs at London's O2 Arena will likely be "tough to beat." In an update to Twitter, Nathan admitted their triumphant return to the city that helped break their career will be one for the history books.
The Smashing Pumpkins will be reissuing their 1996 box set The Aeroplane Flies High. The band has already re-released Gish, Siamese Dream and Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness.
The new Filter record isn't just any Filter record. It's on the spot, in the moment recording like no other Filter record has been in the past. Catching up with guitarist Jonathan Radtke, he talked about writing with Filter's Richard Patrick and recording the new album.
Max Collins, founding singer/bassist/songwriter for Eve 6, has premiered a new song, "World On Fire," from his upcoming album, "Honey From the Ice Box."
Both the Foo Fighters and Gaslight Anthem have lent their music to a new documentary about Hurricane Sandy. The film, titled Beach 119, is from director Marcie Allen.
The Maine have released their fourth full-length LP, "Forever Halloween." Talking with Alternative Addiction, Jared Monaco discussed the new album, working with Brendan Benson and the Kirch brothers.
Jack Johnson announces the release of his 6th studio album, "From Here to Now to You" out September 17th through Johnson's own Brushfire Records.
Foster the People played a secret show at Los Angeles' Troubadour last weekend where they played some previously unheard material, including new track "Fire Escape," during the band's encore.
Scott Weiland has filed a countersuit against the Stone Temple Pilots, the band he formerly fronted but from which he was booted earlier this year. STP hit Weiland with a suit last month after replacing him with Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington.