Johnny Rotten Praises Brexit and Donald Trump in New Interview

John Lydon (a.k.a. Johnny Rotten) fronted both the Sex Pistols and Public Limited as an angry young man, but he’s now made the complete transition to grumpy old man by backing English politician Nigel Farage and his Brexit vote in a new interview. Politico reports that the vocalist spoke in favour Farage and Brexit this morning (March 27) in a TV news […]

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Johnny Rotten Praises Brexit and Donald Trump in New Interview

John Lydon (a.k.a. Johnny Rotten) fronted both the Sex Pistols and Public Limited as an angry young man, but he’s now made the complete transition to grumpy old man by backing English politician Nigel Farage and his Brexit vote in a new interview. Politico reports that the vocalist spoke in favour Farage and Brexit this morning (March 27) in a TV news […]

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Gawker ‘Hulk Hogan Sex Tape’ (EP stream)

Calgary punks Gawker have ficially outlived the New York blog the same name, though they’re certainly tempting fate by naming their latest cassette Hulk Hogan Sex Tape. Though we certainly don’t want to see the Hulkster in court, we’re proud to premiere the group’s latest release. The five-song EP expands on Gawker’s fantastic 2016 release Stephen’s World, pairing blistering blasts hardcore punk […]

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Cartoon Lizard ‘All in the Cards’

Victoria psych-pop unit Cartoon Lizard brings together five multi-instrumentalists, each contributing their own eccentric influences and talents to the collective. They’re gearing up to release their debut EP Not Punk Not Raw later this spring, but Exclaim! is giving you an early idea what to expect with the premiere a cut called “All in the Cards.”   “Essentially the song […]

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Oklahoma City Thunder’s Russell Westbrook Feels Like He Made It After Kendrick Lamar Mentioned Him on ‘The Heart Part 4’

Bryan Bedder/Ronald Martinez, Getty s (2) World-famous NBA basketball player Russell Westbrook feels like he leveled up after being name-dropped on Kendrick Lamar’s new song “The Heart Part 4.” K. Dot’s new single features a line about the Oklahoma City Thunder’s guard, where the TDE rapper spits, “Tables turned, lesson learned, my best look/You jumped sides on me, now you […]

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Waterparks ‘Stupid for You’ / ‘Royal’ (Acoustic) on No Future

Waterparks just might be as fun as their namesake. Since signing to be managed by Good Charlotte’s Madden brothers (and playing that band’s comeback show), they have been delivering some the catchiest pop punk this side The Young and the Hopeless. The Texas trio stopped by the Exclaim! fice on the day their first-ever Canadian show to perform two stripped-down […]

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Crossed Wires ‘New Year’ (video)

Following the release last year’s False Spring EP, Halifax pop-punk trio Crossed Wires will spend the real spring on a Canadian tour. To promote the outing, they’ve treated Exclaim! to a premiere the brand new video for their song “New Year.” The clip was excellently produced by Tweed Films and showcases a low-key house show. It’s a pleasant and well-done clip that highlights […]

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Kendrick Lamar Drops New Single ‘The Heart Part 4’

After teasing Roman numerals IV on his Instagram earlier today, Kendrick Lamar has released a brand new single called “The Heart Part 4.” Cop it on iTunes now. On the song, which features multiple beat switches, Cornrow Kenny seems to be going at a certain rapper: “My fans can’t wait for me to son your punk ass and crush your whole lil […]

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​Lollapalooza Rolls Out 2017 Lineup with Chance the Rapper, the Killers, Muse, Arcade Fire

We’re in full-blown festival announcement season now, and Lollapalooza is the latest major player to reveal its lineup for this summer’s event.   Topping the 2017 lineup are Chance the Rapper, the Killers, Muse, Arcade Fire, The xx, Lorde and Blink-182.   They’ll be joined on the bill by the likes DJ Snake, Justice, Alt-J, Run the Jewels, Cage the […]

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