4/20 Greetings from Willie Nelson: New ‘Ready to Roar’ Video and a Preview of New Willie’s Reserve Cannabis Strand

4/20 Greetings from Willie Nelson: New ‘Ready to Roar’ Video and a Preview of New Willie’s Reserve Cannabis Strand

Next week, Willie Nelson will celebrate his 85th birthday with a new album, Last Man Standing. The country legend has been previewing it for a few weeks now with various videos of songs from the recording sessions, and he’s now offered up a fourth selection. Titled “Ready to Roar,” the song again features a video […]

Rest in Peace, Tim Bergling a.k.a Avicii: 1989-2018

Rest in Peace, Tim Bergling a.k.a Avicii: 1989-2018

Tim Bergling, otherwise known as internationally acclaimed and monumentally successful DJ/electronic music producer Avicii, has died at the age of 28. Variety reported the news on Friday, as well as a statement from his representatives: It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii,” the statement reads. […]

Exclusive RockCellarTV Chat with Dewey Bunnell of the Band America

Exclusive RockCellarTV Chat with Dewey Bunnell of the Band America

The music of America remains timeless. Dewey Bunnell, Gerry Beckley and Dan Peek accomplished quite a lot after forming in England in 1970, with songs including “Horse With No Name,” “I Need You” and “Ventura Highway” earning stake as classics of the genre for years to come. In November, the band released Heritage: Home Recordings/Demos 1970-1973, […]

At Long Last, Stoner Metal Heroes Sleep Return: Stream the Surprise New Album ‘The Sciences,’ Released Just In Time for 4/20

At Long Last, Stoner Metal Heroes Sleep Return: Stream the Surprise New Album ‘The Sciences,’ Released Just In Time for 4/20

The phrase “stoner metal” can be considered derisive, but when it regards the band Sleep, it’s appropriate — and they’re back. Today, April 20, otherwise known as 420 Day for those who enjoy leafy green substances, the long-dormant (asleep?) San Jose-based doom metal trio returned with a new album. Called The Sciences, it’s the band’s […]

A Perfect Circle’s First New Album in 14 Years, the Ominous ‘Eat the Elephant,’ Available Now (Stream)

A Perfect Circle’s First New Album in 14 Years, the Ominous ‘Eat the Elephant,’ Available Now (Stream)

Fans of Maynard James Keenan are used to waiting by now. The vocalist, known for his unique voice and bands including Tool, Puscifer and A Perfect Circle, takes a while to release new music sometimes. For A Perfect Circle, it’s been 14 years since their 2004 covers album eMOTIVe was released, but Keenan and guitarist […]

Stream ‘Love is For Losers,’ the Debut LP from The Longshot — ft. Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong

Stream ‘Love is For Losers,’ the Debut LP from The Longshot — ft. Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong

Last week, new music popped up online from the Longshot — a new band helmed by Green Day front man Billie Joe Armstrong and some of his friends and co-conspirators, including Jeff Matika. Social media posts that teased the project also promised that a full-length album would show up “sooner rather than later,” and that […]

Watch Courtney Barnett’s New Video for ‘City Looks Pretty,’ Meant to Look Like Old VHS Tapes

Watch Courtney Barnett’s New Video for ‘City Looks Pretty,’ Meant to Look Like Old VHS Tapes

On May 18, Courtney Barnett will release a new album, Tell Me How You Really Feel. The Australian guitarist/songwriter previewed it recently with the blistering track “Nameless, Faceless” (which targeted online trolls) and “Need A Little Time”: Barnett has now added a third song to the promotional campaign, and it’s great. Titled “City Looks Pretty,” […]

Stream ‘hard rain’ and ‘deep end,’ from Lykke Li’s New Album ‘so sad so sexy’ Out June 8

Stream ‘hard rain’ and ‘deep end,’ from Lykke Li’s New Album ‘so sad so sexy’ Out June 8

Swedish singer/songwriter Lykke Li will release a new album, her fourth, on June 8. Titled so sad so sexy (intentionally lower-case), it’ll be her first album since 2014’s I Never Learn. After garnering significant attention with her first few albums, the buzz of which led to touring around the world and spots at festivals like […]

Words Can’t Quite Describe Andrew W.K.’s New Video for ‘Music Is Worth Living For,’ So Just Watch It

Words Can’t Quite Describe Andrew W.K.’s New Video for ‘Music Is Worth Living For,’ So Just Watch It

Andrew W.K.‘s whole thing is grandiosity. His music, ever since exploding into the scene with 2000’s I Get Wet, was unbridled enthusiasm, energy, positivity and guitar riffs. This trend continues on his latest album, the euphoric You’re Not Alone, and especially on its lead single, “Music Is Worth Living For.” Andrew and his pals premiered […]

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