Daily Riot Fest RoundupTuesday, October 3rd, 2017
The only real news of the day…
Here’s some new music from the Breeders for the first time in eight years! This single will be released over three different 7-inches, with each having a different cover song as the B-side and only available for purchase at the band’s upcoming concerts. I’m in.
Fuck, that’s interesting! As if Action Bronson wasn’t busy enough already, he’s got another cooking show coming October 23rd to Viceland. Check out this preview of The Untitled Action Bronson Show, where he’ll be cooking for famous-types.
The Flatliners have a new podcast! Check out the first episode of Carry the Banner, where they talk to members of the Menzingers.
Hey, look! Here’s a new Green Day tribute album for charity, starring Kevin Devine and others.
Riot Fest superfan Henry “Hank” Anderson suffered a heart attack the day after he attended the festival last month. Please go donate to his GoFundMe page and support your Riot brethren.
You’re not wrong. Very often.
I Need To Know, by Tom Petty, besides being amazing, is absolutely the template for every Turbonegro song. this is just a personal theory
— brendan kelly (@badsandwich) October 2, 2017
The Hold Steady’s Boys and Girls in America—performed in its entiretyat both Riot Fests last year—turns 11 today! Happy birthday, Boys and Girls in America!
"Boys and Girls in America" was released eleven years ago today! Thank you for being a part of it! pic.twitter.com/tVVavhk8aK
— The Hold Steady (@theholdsteady) October 3, 2017
Vic Mensa’s doing a few dates before the 4:44 tour begins.
— vino bambino (@VicMensa) October 2, 2017
Hayley from Paramore and her mom went hiking.
— hayley from Paramore (@yelyahwilliams) October 2, 2017
Hasta la vista, Dessa?
New single: My Backpack is a Graveyard. pic.twitter.com/zz4A11lbzB
— Dessa (@dessadarling) October 1, 2017