New Music Adds – Week of February 24th

X Ambassadors - "Great Unknown" From the Motion Picture ‘The Call of the Wild’ - Out Now Glass Animals - "Your Love (Deja Vu)" Single Out Now The Strokes - "Bad Decisions" Off the Forthcoming 'The New Abnormal' Album - Expected Street Date: April 10th Pearl Jam - "Superblood Woldmoon" Off the Forthcoming 'Gigaton' Album - Expected Street Date: March 27th Alanis Morissette - "Smiling" From the Forthcoming 'Such Pretty Forks in the Road' - Expected Street Date: May 1st Mt. Joy - "Strangers" From the Forthcoming 'Rearrange Us' - Expected Street Date: June 5th Purity Ring - "stardew" Off the Forthcoming 'WOMB' Album - Expected Release Date: April 3rd Badflower - "Move Me" Single Out Now All Time Low - "Sleeping In" Off the Forthcoming 'Wake Up' Album -

New Music Adds – Week of January 27th, 2020

Pearl Jam - "Dance Of the Clairvoyants" Off the Forthcoming 'Gigaton' Album - Expected Street Date: March 13th Cage The Elephant - "Broken Boy" feat. Iggy Pop Single Out Now Two Feet - "Grey" Off the forthcoming, 'Pink' album - Expected Street Date: March 13 All Time Low - "Some Kind of Disaster" Single Out Now Kodaline - "Wherever You Are" Single Out Now Inhaler - "We Have To Move On" Single Out Now Hayley Williams - "Simmer" Single Out Now The Wrecks - "Fvck Somebody" Single Out Now Tennis - "How To Forgive" Off the forthcoming, 'Swimmer' album - Expected Street Date: February 14th Chloe Lilac - "Here's

4-1-1 Music News Minute(s) w/Todd Michaels – Week of August 13th

The Smashing Pumpkins have arrived in their hometown of Chicago while on the Shiny And Oh So Bright reunion tour. On Sunday, the band made a trip to Wrigley Field to throw out the first pitch before the Cubs faced off against the Nationals. The band made another appearance during the 7th inning stretch when Billy Corgan led the crowd in a spirited rendition of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.” In any case, the Pumpkins brought the Cubs some luck. They won 4 to 3 on a rare walk-off grand slam hit by rookie David Bote.             Four years ago, Billy Corgan graced the cover of the no-kill shelter PAWS Chicago’s magazine with his two little baby panthers Sammi and Mr.

4-1-1 Music News Minute(s) w/Todd Michaels – Week of June 25th

Of all the statements to come from the office of the Presidency in recent months, the new controversy surrounding Melania Trump’s $39 Zara military jacket feels like an incredibly low point. Printed with the phrase “I Really Don’t Care, Do U?,” the jacket was just the perfect attire for visiting children separated from their parents at the US-Mexico border thanks to Trump’s “zero tolerance” immigration stance. In the days since the controversy, many have appropriated the jacket’s message into a form of protest, and at a Pearl Jam concert in Milan, Eddie Vedder’s wife Jill sported her own version of the garment that read “Yes We All Care. Y Don’t U?” The Vedders also took a moment to celebrate their

4-1-1 Music News Minute(s) w/Todd Michaels – Week of June 18th

Foo Fighters have announced the supporting acts for select dates on their current tour around North America. The tour is in support of their 2017 album Concrete and Gold and will include opening act performances from Dinosaur Jr., Speedy Ortiz, The Joy Formidable, Gang of Youths, The Struts, and more. Tickets for the tour can still be found here.               Blink-182 postponed two Las Vegas shows this past weekend due to Travis Barker’s recovery from blood clots in his arms that have prevented him from drumming. The band is in the middle of a residency at the Palms Hotel and Casino, which began last month. The Vegas residency is scheduled to run on select weekends through November 17. It’s not immediately clear

4-1-1 Music News Minute(s) w/Todd Michaels – Week of June 11th

Alkaline Trio has announced North American tour dates for late summer and early fall. The tour begins August in Texas and ends with a series of West Coast dates in California. The pop-punk unit will also play Riot Fest in Chicago in mid-September. Tickets for the upcoming shows go on sale on June 11 here. The band’s last album, My Shame is True, was released in 2013. Matt Skiba is also currently a member of Blink-182.             Pearl Jam is excited to announce the Rock2Vote Festival at Grizzly Stadium in Missoula, MT. This community event is free and open to the public and is set to take place during the day on August 13th prior to Pearl Jam’s performance. You can join

New Music Adds – Week of March 19th

These Songs Can Now Be Heard on Alt360 Radio: Pearl Jam - "Can't Deny Me" Mat Kerning - "Kings & Queens" Echosmith - "Over My Head" Lord Huron - "Wait By the River" George Ezra - "Savior" feat. First Aid Kit Sevendust - "Dirty"

4-1-1 Minute w/Todd Michaels – 3/9/17

Against Me! released a kaleidoscopic, animated video for "Haunting, Haunted, Haunts,"from the punk-rock quartet's seventh album, Shape Shift With Me. Against Me! is currently touring behind the album, with headlining dates scheduled between supporting slots for Green Day.         On International Women's Day, Swedish folk duo First Aid Kit unleashed a new song, "You Are the Problem Here," a track that the Söderberg sisters wrote after reading about a sexual assault and the rapist's lenient punishment. "You Are the Problem" is available on digital music services with proceeds from sales of the track benefitting Women for Women International. First Aid Kit are currently in the studio working on the follow-up to 2014's Stay Gold. "You Are the Problem Here" will not feature on the

4-1-1 Minute w/Todd Michaels – 3/1/17

Billy Corgan made an appearance on the self-improvement podcast Why Not Now? hosted by Amy Jo Martin. He reveal how much the success of Nirvana and Pearl Jam affected his mental health. His struggles during that  period inspired the hit song "Today." In 1991, the Smashing Pumpkins released their first album Gish, but its release was overshadowed by the explosion of grunge, led by Nirvana's Nevermind and Pearl Jam's Ten. Corgan stated, "I woke up one morning, and I kind of stared out the window and thought, 'Okay, well, if you're not going to jump out the window, you better do whatever it is you need to do,'" “So That morning I wrote, the song 'Today,' in essence the