Beginning on Thursday, February 23rd at midnight, Mark Hoppus will be back on Fuse to take on the role of host for a new season of “Hoppus on Music.” The first two episodes will be jam-packed with everything from a performance to interviews and fun panel discussions. Tune-in as Mark sits down with Damian Kulash from the alternative rock band OK Go, Dia Frampton from “The Voice,” and the hilarious Billy Eichner from “Funny or Die’s Billy on the Street.” Indie band, Good Old War, will also be taking the stage for a special performance.
Launched in September 2010, “Hoppus on Music” has featured interviews with superstars such as John Mayer, Mumford and Sons, Foo Fighters, N.E.R.D, Snoop Dogg, Kid Rock, Ozzy Osbourne and performances by Bruno Mars, Cee Lo Green, J Cole, Neon Trees, The National, and more. Music lovers can expect more hot performances, candid interviews and hilarious panel discussions every Thursday at midnight.
Fans can visit fuse.tv/hoppus to learn more about “Hoppus on Music,” Mark Hoppus and to see behind-the-scenes photos and sneak peek videos.
Blink-182 are taking fans on an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of their latest video for their second single, “After Midnight.” The video follows the story of young, troubled lovers in a psych ward who break free for an unforgettable night together. “It’s that idea of one person trying to help another person to live life,” explained director Issac Rentz. “It’s almost like Ferris Bueller’s Day Off in that they have this one night to have a great time together.” Be sure to check out the behind-the-scenes video exclusively on AOL Music now.
For more information on Blink-182, check out the band’s official site, www.blink182.com, as well as, their Facebook and Twitter pages. Pick up Blink’s new album, Neighborhoods, available on iTunes and in stores everywhere now.
Pop punk veterans BLINK-182 continue their comeback with a brand new video for “After Midnight,” the second single from their new album, Neighborhoods. The video was directed by Issac Rentz (Cage The Elephant, Motion City Soundtrack), who also worked on their previous video for “Up All Night”). According to Mark Hoppus, “the concept [of the video] is troubled love found in a psych ward.” Stay tuned for an exclusive Behind The Scenes look at the making of the video premiering tomorrow on AOL Music.
For more information on Blink 182, make sure to check out their official site, www.blink182.com, as well as their Facebook and Twitter pages. Blink’s new album, Neighborhoods, is available now on iTunes and in stores everywhere now.
Last week Travis Barker gave fans a behind the scenes look at the creation of the “Carry It” music video off of his highly anticipated debut album, Give The Drummer Some.
Now the hip-hop punk rock drummer has premiered the official music video and he does not fail to deliver. “Carry It” features high energy performances from Wu-Tang Clan members, RZA and Raekwon, along with Rage Against the Machine guitarist, Tom Morello. To watch the official music video for “Carry It” visit Vevo.com.
Give The Drummer Some, is slated for for a Feburary 2011 release and will feature a star studded line-up including Rick Ross, Ludacris, E-40, The Cool Kids, Yelawolf, Snoop Dogg, Lupe Fiasco, Pharrell, Clipse, Game, Bun B, Lil Wayne, and more.
Blink 182 drummer and hip-hop producer, Travis Barker, has premiered another track off of his forthcoming album. “Carry It” features Wu-Tang swordsmen RZA and Raekwon as well as Rage Against The Machine guitarist, Tom Morello. Travis’ hard hitting drums along with Morello’s ripping guitar sounds and the lyrical mastery of RZA and “The Chef” make this track nothing short of a smash. “Carry It” will be available for purchase on 11/9 but can now be heard in its entirety at TravisBarker.com along with a behind the scenes look at the making of the music video.
Travis Barker’s debut solo album, Give The Drummer Some, is scheduled for a Feburary 2011 release and will feature a number of guests from the biggest names in music including Rick Ross, Ludacris, E-40, The Cool Kids, Yelawolf, Snoop Dogg, Lupe Fiasco, Pharrell, Clipse, Game, Bun B, Lil Wayne, and more.
For more information on Give The Drummer Some and all things Travis Barker visit TravisBarker.com.