News and entertainment highlights from the week, the answers to all the world’s problems and quick chat with Headstones front-man, Hugh Dillon.
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Bryan Sammis of the band ‘The Neighbourhood’ calls SONiC to talk about how his band went from being virtually unknown just one year ago to landing a spot on the lineup for Coachella.
It’s been nearly a decade since any of us heard from the Headstones. Where have they been? Why is ‘now’ the right time to get back together? Frontman Hugh Dillon brings us up to speed.
USS turntablist, Human Kebab drops by to tell us when we can expect new music from them, plus entertainment news and pop culture highlights from the past week.
When he’s not droppin’ mad beats, Human Kebab of is DROPPIN’ by SONiC… for a visit <<self hi-five>>. When will we hear new music from USS? Sooner than you may think. Stream the interview here:
Jonesing for new AWOLNATION? Aaron Bruno and company have just dropped a new track called This Kid’s Not Alright. It’ll appear on the soundtrack for Injustice: Gods Among Us – a new DC Comics game out April 16th.
Death Cab main man Ben Gibbard has been busying himself of late with solo stuff and the recent reunion of The Postal Service. What about the rest of Death Cab? Chris Walla is likewise working on more solo stuff, the most recent of which is a sad, sad, SAD piano song called “Never Give Up”, which will be released on 7″ for Record Store Day.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs have previewed another new track from their forthcoming Mosquito album online called Under The Earth. Stream that mother here and don’t forget to catch Karen O and company this Friday on Letterman. P.S. – does this album art remind anyone else of Garbage Pail Kids?
Highlights from the past week’s shows plus, the band Billy Talent join us in studio to chat about touring, their latest album and more.