Video: MTHDS – Influences (Feat. Chali 2na)

Denver, CO boys MTHDS are at it again with the release of their new video for the track Influences off their album Pretty Deep, which is now available to download in its entirety right HERE. The video was produced by PauseSleepPlay and filmed by Travis Thompson & Eliot Duval. The song features Chali 2na formerly […]

Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry’s New Album

Ranked 100th on Rolling Stone Magazine‘s list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time, nobody alive today, has been more influential in the evolution of reggae music as Grammy award-winning, Father of Reggae, Creator of Dub, Lee “Scratch” Perry.

No Doubt “Settles Down” Lawsuit

No doubt has settled a lawsuit with Activision Publishing Inc. just weeks before the case was to reach the state court. The LA rock-quad was to introduce claims of fraud, violation of publicity rights, and breach of contract, however the creators of Activision’s 2009 video game “Band Hero“

Bag of Toys Opening For O.A.R.

If you have not already heard, North Carolina quartet Bag of Toys will be opening for O.A.R. starting next month. They will be taking the place of industry giants Rebelution, who were opening for the band earlier this year

Video: Slightly Stoopid – Don’t Stop [Live]

Here is Slightly Stoopid performing “Don’t Stop”, Live on the Jimmy Kimmel Show. The song is off their latest album Top of the World. Stoopid just announced they will be touring this fall with Tomorrows Bad Seeds. You can read more on that tour by clicking HERE. Enjoy the video..

Updated Concert Articles

From Thursday 9/27 to Sunday 9/30, The Pier was in attendance for live music from FL to CA, providing coverage for groups such as Long Beach Dub All-Stars, Fishbone, Stick Figure, The Green and Josh Fischel. Lets take a look at each concert recap, complete with pics…

Live: Fishbone, L.B.D.A., C-Money (9-30-12)

Date: Sunday, September 30th, 2012 Line up: Fishbone, L.B.D.A., C-Money & The Players, Sinizen Location: The Yost Theatre. Santa Ana, CA Being the history major that I am, walking up to the Yost Theater in Santa Ana, CA quickly captured my attention.The theater opened up in 1912 and has seen its share of musicians, Vaudeville [...]

The Green Mentioned on

The Green is one of Hawaii’s most renowned musical acts, aside from maybe Don Ho and Tiny Bubbles. The Green is playing music for all generations of people on the islands, and for some dreaming of being in paradise.