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Pup release new single “Matilda” – new album in April

March 2, 2022

  Pup announced their 4th studio record “The Unraveling Of Puptheband” yesterday. It will be released April 1st via Little Dipper – Rise Records/BMG. The band also shared their new single “Matilda”. The story behind the song “Matilda” is a personal one for Stefan – a love song to the guitar he used to start the band. The song’s music video tells a similar story, guest-starring actor/comedian Mike Mitchell (Netflix series Love, The Tomorrow War, Doughboys podcast). Stefan about the song: “Matilda is the name of my favorite guitar. It was a gift from my friend Ryan after he saw me accidentally break the only guitar I owned in the middle of a long tour. I didn’t have money to buy a spare guitar and Ryan’s kindness is at the top of my list of the nicest things anyone has ever done for me. I played Matilda non-stop at every PUP show for 7 years, even when my bandmates started complaining that she sounded shit. As the band grew, the pressure to sound better grew, [Read More]

New Music

Brandon Baumann brings to life a cool new vibe to Audioslave’s Like A Stone

March 1, 2022

One of our favorite vocalists, Brandon Baumann has just released a cool new cover of Audioslave’s modern classic Like A Stone.  The song was released on February 22, 2022 and is definitely one you have to hear!  The song was produced and mixed by Rev. Tom Chandler. Brandon’s vocals are infectious and captivating. Check out a quick interview with Brandon here as he tells us more about the song and what he is up to: * * * * * * * * * *  MJP: First off, hats off for a great cover of Like A Stone! It is an awesome song and you added your own style to it and breathed fresh new life in to it. How did you go about choosing that song? Well that’s great! I’m glad you dig the interpretation. This song got chosen at the very end of a very long road of exploration. I’ve known for a long while I wanted to cover something that’s awesome and offer a different vibe to it, but I’ve intentionally avoided artists and [Read More]