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“Pick It Up! Ska In The 90s” documentary launches kickstarter campaign

A new documentary being made about ska in the 90s is currently the number one project in Kickstarter’s music section.  The film has already reached it’s goal and is working towards its stretch goals.  If you want to contribute and get some awesome stuff, you can do so here!

Pick It Up! Ska In The 90s will tell the story of ska’s history throughout the first two waves in the 60s and 80s and how the third wave turned ska into an entirely new sound in the 90s and became wildly popular all around the world for a brief moment in music history.  Bands interviewed will include Reel Big Fish, Less Than Jake, No Doubt, Save Ferris, Hepcat, Goldfinger, The Aquabats, The Mad Caddies, Fishbone, Sublime, The Toasters, The Specials, and many many more.

Members of AFI and No Doubt form new band


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AFI frontman Davey Havok apparently teamed up with three members of No Doubt (Adrian Young, Tom Dumont, Tony Kanal) to form a new band.

To the best of our knowledge, the band doesn’t have a name yet, but Billboard has confirmed they do have a completed album already.

Check out the full Billboard article right here.

No Doubt working on new material

No Doubt have announced that they have returned to the studio. In an announcement posted on their website, the band said they are putting their tour plans on hold, as they’ve become unexpectedly inspired to write a new album. This is much quicker than the break between their last two albums, which lasted 11 years.

You can view the whole statement here.

No Doubt released their last album Push and Shove, last year on Interscope Records.

Videos: Watch Green Day and No Doubt’s full sets at iHeartRadio festival

Our friends over at Punks In Vegas recently stopped by the not-so-punk iHeartRadio festival and got video of Green Day‘s entire set (Billie Joe’s (justified) meltdown included). Along with that, they also recorded No Doubt‘s entire set, in which they performed a new song, called “Looking Hot.”

You can check both videos out here.

Green Day’s “¡Uno!” will be released September 25th (tomorrow) via Reprise Records. No Doubt’s new album, “Push and Shove,” is also being released tomorrow on Interscope Records.

Watch No Doubt perform “Settle Down” on Jimmy Fallon

No Doubt stopped by “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” to perform the track “Settle Down,” which is off their upcoming album, “Push and Shove.” Check it out here.

“Push And Shove” is due out on September 25th via Interscope Records and is the band’s first album since 2001′s “Rock Steady,” also through Interscope.

No Doubt release new song “Settle Down” off upcoming album “Push And Shove”

No Doubt are officially back on the radar with the release of the first single from their highly anticipated album “Push And Shove.” It’s called “Settle Down” and you can check it out for yourself over here.

“Push And Shove” is due out on September 25th via Interscope Records and is the band’s first album since 2001’s “Rock Steady,” also through Interscope. Check out the album artwork here.

No Doubt reveal name of new album

No Doubt have set Push & Shove as the title of their long-awaited new studio album. As previously reported, it’s supposed to be out on September 25th. No further more information (including a track listing and artwork) has been revealed, but when more details surface, we’ll post them here.

Prior to the album’s release, a single, “Settle Down”, will surface on July 16th, along with a music video that same month.

No Doubt’s last full-length studio album, Rock Steady, came out back in December 2001 on Interscope Records. After its release, the band had been on hiatus for a while when frontwoman Gwen Stefani went on to pursue a successful solo career.

Video: No Doubt in studio recording the new track “Push & Shove”

Last week, OC veterans No Doubt announced that their long-awaited new record will hit store shelves on September 25th.

To whet your appetite, they’ve posted the first in a series of webisodes chronicling their time in the studio. You can view webisode #1, which features the band recording the new track “Push & Shove,” right here.

No Doubt’s last album was 2001’s “Rock Steady,” released on Interscope Records.

No Doubt to release new album in September

Get ready to go back to the old days! No Doubt (yeah, the same band that had hits like “Just a Girl” and “Don’t Speak“) just announced on their official website that they’re putting out their long-awaited new record, which is still untitled, on September 25th. You can watch the video of what the band has to say about their new album here. Here’s their statement:

“Thank you all so much for your support over the last 25 years. We’re really proud of our new album and we hope you love it as much as we do. We’ll be posting a lot of updates between now and September as we shoot the video and start rehearsing to perform the new songs live for all of you.

We’ll send plenty of photos and webisodes as we go so you’re there with us. See you soon… September 25th, 2012!”

No Doubt’s last full-length studio album, Rock Steady, came out back in December 2001 on Interscope Records. After its release, the band had been on hiatus for a while when frontwoman Gwen Stefani went on to pursue a successful solo career.

KROQ posts “Top Ten Albums of the 90’s” list

Guillermo, one of the contributors on the official website of the legendary L.A. radio station KROQ, has posted an interesting list called “Top Ten Albums of the 90’s“. He lists albums by bands like Iron Maiden, No Doubt, Metallica, The OffspringBlink-182 and The Aquabats. Here’s what he had to say:

“The 90’s was more than an era of watching Saved by the Bell Saturday mornings while you used your beeper to communicate with your friends. It was an era full of awesome music that we’ve been playing here on KROQ every weekend and I’ve been loving every minute of it!

I wanted to do something special to commemorate our 90′s weekends, so I pulled out my portable CD player and started listening to all the albums I owned so that I can compile my ton ten albums from the 90’s.”

You can read Guillermo’s complete list of the 10 albums released in the ’90s as well as his by clicking here.

No Doubt’s New Years Resolution is to “record our new album”

Remember No Doubt? Before Gwen Stefani went all Hollaback Girl?

Well, they’ve been back for some time now, but they’re getting serious about recording. Yeah, so serious that they’ve tweeted their seriousness:

Holidays over. 2010 done. 10 new songs written. No Doubt’s 2011 New Years resolution: to record our new album…beginning TODAY!

Technically that was on the 3rd of January, but it’s still relevant as they are making progress in the studio. Check their blog for updates and pictures.

This recording will be the first release (of new material) of theirs since 2001’s Rock Steady, released on Interscope Records. That’s right. First album in 10 years.