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DS Interview: Josiah Hughes (Blink-155 Podcast)

Two Canadian sellouts started a podcast in which they discuss every single blink-182 song. They titled it Blink-155, named after the amount of songs the band had at the podcast’s inception. Two years in, Exclaim! journalist Josiah Hughes (also of Pre Nup) and major label shill Sam Sutherland (also of Junior Battles) are well past 100 episodes and make over $1,300 a month in Patreon support.

To get to the bottom of this senseless endeavor, I interrupted Hughes mid-settling in to his new Montreal apartment to talk about if Dude Ranch is a dirty joke, being friends with the singer of Imagine Dragons, and why he started a blink-182 podcast. You can read our discussion below.



Stream “Darkside” off Blink 182’s upcoming album “Nine”

For those of you that haven’t written off Blink 182, you can stream “Darkside,” a new single from their upcoming album “Nine,” below.

“Nine” is due out September 20th and marks the band’s second new album since co-founder Tom Delonge was replaced by Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba.



Blink-182 share clip of new song ‘Darkside’

If you send a text to 323-831-0182 you can hear a sneak preview of blink-182’s new song, “Darkside,” which will be released this Friday. Of course, you might not want to waste a text on your phone plan, so you can check out the clip below (this one sounds quite good).

The new album is out September 20.



blink-182 release new song ‘Happy Days’

To celebrate the 182nd day of the year earlier this week, blink-182 put out another new song ‘Happy Days’. This one may divide the crowd again as it has a similar sound to ‘Blame It On My Youth’. Their new studio album is now also expected to arrive in September.

See what you think of the new song below.



New song and video from blink-182

Blink-182 have released further material from their as yet untitled upcoming album. The new single ‘Generational Divide’ is now streaming across all the main platforms. This track has a more urgent punk rock sound, with Matt Skiba and Mark Hoppus trading vocals, and clocks in at just 49 seconds. The two songs released so far have very different sounds so the album should be an interesting listen if nothing else.

Check out the video for Generational Divide below.



New single from blink-182 ‘Blame It On My Youth’

Blink-182 have finally released material from their upcoming album. ‘Blame It On My Youth’ is now streaming across all the main platforms. The band has talked previously about how the new album will have a similar experimental approach to the 2003 untitled album.

The band have also announced a co-headlining tour this summer with Lil’ Wayne.

The new song and tour dates can be found below.



Blink-182 announces details about upcoming album

Blink-182 fans rejoice? Travis Barker, drummer to the stars has announced some details about the upcoming Blink-182 album. The band worked with writing partners John Feldmann of Goldfinger and Pharrell. I know, I know, how damn punk rock does that sound?! But they have announced the new album will be released before the upcoming Warped Tour shows, and to quote Travis (can he have a single name too?) “the same vibe” as Blink-182 from 2003. While not a huge Blink-182 fan I suppose it’s always good to know they are still at it. No exact release date has been announced, but one can only hope it’s out before former band mate Tom Delonge finds those pesky aliens. 

Blink-182 last released California back in 2016. Their first new music without Delonge and their first new music with Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio.



Warped Tour announces 25th anniversary shows

Just when you thought The Warped Tour was gone forever, the punk rock circus has announced some select dates for their 25th Anniversary shows.  The festivities will be taking place June 8th in Cleveland, OH, June 29th and 30th in Atlantic City, NJ, and July 20th and 21st in Mountain View, CA.  The lineup varies slightly from city to city, but includes a mix of old and new bands that were on the tour throughout it’s 25 year history.  Some of these bands include Anti-Flag, The Aquabats, Bad Religion, Big D and the Kids Table, Blink 182, Less Than Jake, The Offspring, Reel Big Fish, and many more.  You can check out all the details here.



John Feldmann and Travis Barker announce 2019 ‘Back To The Beach’ Festival!

John Feldmann and Travis Barker have announced the line up for the 2019 Back To The Beach Festival. The annual festival, in its second year, will take place on April 27 & 28 in Huntington Beach. The upcoming event will feature both Feldmann and Barkers’ main acts as well as the likes of The Used, Reel Big Fish, The Wonder Years, Streetlight Manifesto and more.



Musink schedule announced

 

America’s largest tattoo and music festival, Musink, has announced the schedule for set times and details for the three day festival. Located at the OC Fair & Event Center in Southern California, the 11th annual festival, running from March 16 through the 18, features performances from names including blink-182, Descendents, Lil Yachty, Good Charlotte, Fear, Machine Gun Kelly & More.

Along with performances, the festival also features daily tattoo contests, a vendor village, and the Miss MUSINK competition (presented by Sullen). For the list of set times and more information, including an interview with Travis Barker about the event, click below.



Blink-182, Descendents, Strung Out & more to play 2018 Musink Festival

The lineup for the 2018 edition of Travis Barker’s annual tattoo convention and music festival Musink has been revealed. The 3-day festival is headlined by Blink-182, and also features the Descendents, Strung Out, Fear, and the Adolescents, among others.

Musink 2018 takes place March 16-18 at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, CA. Tickets are on sale now on the festival’s website.



Fat Mike working on “Cokie the Clown” album with Travis Barker

Fat Mike has revealed he and Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker are working on a “Cokie the Clown” album. The NOFX frontman made the announcement on Instagram, noting that Barker is “the one drummer that I’ve really wanted to collaborate with”.

This is the first we’ve heard of this album, so that’s pretty much all we know about it. Stay tuned as more details are divulged.



Blink-182’s “Dumpweed” covered in the style of The 1975

We Are The In Crowd’s Cameron Hurley is back at it, releasing a cover of Blink-182’s “Dumpweed” in the style of the 1975. Check it out below.

This is definitely not going to work stylistically for everyone. It’s uh, interesting, to say the least.



Knuckle Puck release video for “Gone”, share tour dates

Our pop punk buddies Knuckle Puck have just shared their video for “Gone,” which is off of their new album Shapeshifter via Rise Records.

You can check out the video here, which plays on the ever classic “Rock Show” from Blink 182 amd shows their fun in Indiana- cigars with the dads included.

The boys are also heading out on tour tomorrow, which will last for a month. You can scope out the dates below, and click here to buy tickets.



Mark Hoppus releases track for “Dog Songs” compilation

Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 fame has offered up a song for “Dog Songs”, a dog-themed compilation with other contributing artists including Nerf Herder. “Dog Songs” is up for purchase from Bandcamp now.

Have a listen to “Not Every Dog Goes To Heaven (National Lampoon’s Vacation)” below.