Music and Media: Elders React To BMTH

Youtube’s Fine Brothers have done it again… another hilarious react video with our oldest generation, the Elders. The Elders on their channel have some funny input on many of their topics that they are chosen to react to for the channel and the overall React series. This time, it caught our music lovers attention…as these lovable Elders would be reacting to no one other than, Bring Me The Horizon.

Bring Me The Horizon have had an incredible year with the release of That’s The Spirit, and this video is icing on the cake. Featuring the music videos for “Throne”, “Shadow Moses” and “Follow You” it has a lot of witty commentary…and maybe some new BMTH fans. With the exposure to a whole new generation… how did they feel about this genre of music?

Check out the REACT video below and leave your comments about how you feel about Bring Me The Horizon! 🙂

 

Music and Media: Blink 182 “Bored To Death” Covers Sweep The Internet

blink-182-all-american-low-2016-tour-dates-poster-600x454.jpgSomething has to be said about the massive wave of 2000’s pop-punk nostalgia we are getting from the music scene this year…And with this comes new music from some of our all time favorites, Blink 182. From last year’s breakup and lineup changes removing Tom Delonge for Alkaline Trio‘s Matt Skiba… the band has been working on new material and touring with the new lineup.

Now, Blink have announced a new album called California, which is set to be released on July 1st, 2016. California will be special as a comeback record, as it will be the first album in 5 years from Blink 182, and the first including Skiba.

With the announcement of the album, also came tour news and the new song that has the internet and fans rejoicing, “Bored To Death”.  Bringing in an eerie “Adam’s Song” likeness and style of older Blink 182 with heavy basslines and Mark’s vocals, it’s no surprise it is a huge hit among fans as the band makes their comeback.

The song even sparked internet creators to do various covers, including one in particular from Youtuber Alex Melton. Although the original recording is the official lineup of Mark, Travis and Matt… this Youtube musician took it a step further with his cover to mimic the iconic vocals of old vocalist and guitarist, Tom Delonge.

Alex states, “I was curious to know what the new Blink-182 single would sound like if Tom was still in the band, so I recorded a version doing my best Mark and Tom impressions, and just trying to get a passable attempt at Travis’s ridiculous drum parts.”

We commend your talent Alex, to give such an interesting take on the new song (and giving all our hearts a bit of homage to the old Blink lineup and Delonge) as it gives a dynamic that is so unique in itself coming from another musician so inspired by the band.

Check out the cover below and make sure to preorder California here or purchase tickets to the tour here!

More Tom Drama From Blink 182?

In recent interviews, Blink 182 members Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker have spoken up more and more about their finicky ex-bandmate, Tom Delonge.

According to a new interview with Travis  Barker,  he mentions that Delonge wanted the entire sound of Blink 182 to change… and that didn’t settle well with the rest of his bandmates.

Watch the entire interview between Travis Barker and Mr. Waavy below :

Barker states, “For us, we were always like, ‘Blink is Blink, man. We want to sound like fucking Blink-182.’ That’s why we’re in this band… I never want any of my other side projects to influence Blink. I love Blink for what it is.”


One can only hope the three original members will see eye to eye again, but for now, we are just happy enough that Blink 182 are working in the studio at all.

After adding Matt Skiba as a new member, hopefully the band will go in a positive direction and be making music the way they planned without Delonge’s decisions.

 

Music and Media: P!ATD brings pop punk to light on Youtube REACT channel

 

Youtube channel directed by the Fine Brothers recently brought in teenagers to react to Panic! At The Disco

Watch the reactions below :

But the biggest surprise of the video was the conversation about the pop punk genre and how it appeals to teenagers as their audience, and why it can be beneficial for a band to change their sound from time to time.

“They all have deep lyrics that strike a chord within me.” One reactor stated about the genre of pop punk. While another brought up the teenage rebellion phase stating, “I want to listen to this because my parents won’t like it. ”

Panic! At The Disco fans from old to new, this video is worth the watch and maybe even sing along too.

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