Robert Jon & The Wreck Debut New Soulful Single “Help Yourself,” A Nostalgic Nod to Southern Rock

Southern rock titans Robert Jon & The Wreck have released their latest single “Help Yourself,” adding a new chapter to their expanding legacy in the music world. Available now on all digital platforms, “Help Yourself” is a mellow, rollicking country/rock-leaning track that harks back to the classic tropes of love as a healing force.

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Beyond the Stage: A Candid Conversation with Richie Cavalera of Cavalera Conspiracy

In a recent exclusive Rock News interview, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Richie Cavalera, the dynamic frontman of Cavalera Conspiracy. Our conversation delved into the band’s ongoing tour, the reception of their latest album “Raise the Dead,” and the diverse influences that shape their distinctive sound.

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Hellfest 2024 Unveils Epic Lineup: Metallica, Foo Fighters, Avenged Sevenfold, and More!

The world’s premier heavy metal and rock festival, Hellfest, has just dropped the bombshell of its 17th edition lineup, and it’s nothing short of a sonic apocalypse. With 178 bands set to conquer six stages, Hellfest 2024 promises to be a pilgrimage for metalheads seeking an unparalleled experience in extreme music.

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Canadian Quartet The Beaches Ignites Outernet with Punk Energy and Killer Melodies

Now in their tenth year, Canadian quartet The Beaches gave a crowded Outernet audience a real treat on Thursday.

Formed in their early teens (under the moniker go Done With Dolls) by vocalist and bassist Jordan Miller and her sister Kylie on guitar, the line up also consists of Eliza Enman-McDaniel on drums and keyboardist / guitarist Leandra Earl.

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Dance-Punk Legends: Reliving The Prodigy’s Thrilling Night of Sonic Mastery

The Prodigy certainly know how to set a scene. As we entered the huge hall at ‘Ali Pali’ our eyes were drawn not to the stage, but to the back of the building where a giant ant was projected onto the huge round window that dominates the arena. Then to the sound desk where a gigantic hooded figure loomed over the growing crowd. We weren’t quite sure what its purpose was, but we would soon find out.

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From Plastic Sea Gulls to Raw Energy: Dumb Buoys Fishing Club’s Debut Album Unleashed.

What a fantastic venue the Lower Third is. Occupying the space that was, until 2015, the legendary 12-Bar Club on London’s iconic Denmark Street.

Considering the guitar stores that Denmark Street is most famous for, it’s odd that tonight’s act don’t use guitars, or indeed any other instrument.

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Baz Mills and the Blow-Up Dinghy: A Night of Laughter and Rock ‘n’ Roll Madness With Massive Wagons Live at The Rescue Rooms.

So, here I am again, attempting to count how many times I’ve seen Massive Wagons. Spoiler alert: I’ve lost count. It’s like trying to count the number of hairs on Baz’s magnificent mustache—impossible and not recommended. But hey, when the opportunity to witness this band’s shenanigans arises, you don’t pass it up.

The venue tonight, the Rescue Rooms in Nottingham, is packed tighter than a can of sardines and its hot.

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