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Travis Barker’s House of Horrors: Halloween Special

In all to celebrate the works of pop-punk, punk and alternative rock/rap collaborations, Barker brings along a list of punk confidantes including Machine Gun Kelly, Avril Lavigne, Mark Hoppus and Iann Dior.

Happy Halloween folks! You can grab it on stream afterwards until midnight tonight only if you wanted to share the live experience.

This show didn’t certainly do things by halves either – with mass projections brought into costume and make-up, lighting rigging, set props and camera work. With Barker adhering to many costume changes during the night – including a Squid Game-inspired performance set with Blackbear – it is certainly worth all the spooky twists and turns it takes throughout the hour and half or so length.

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Machine Gun Kelly’s Return: ‘Papercuts’

In an apt return to the world of punk, Machine Gun Kelly has come back to the threshold with his latest single, ‘Papercuts.’ Maintaining the status quo, Kelly rightfully rejoins with drumming prodigy, Travis Barker has ‘Papercuts‘ embarks on a new perilous journey into the pop-punk scene. Again.

After the enormity and success of his 2020 affair of Tickets To My Downfall, he’s righteously back with a second helping.

With a cleaner production, and a deeper depth of perception, it portrays a deeper distinction of artist and music.

Although not as prolific as his original singles from TTMD with the likes of Bloody Valentine and Concert For Aliens, with a not-as-prolific catchy chorus equipped with it, it brings a telling sign to Coulson’s approach to his second punky album.

If it brings the same fantastic anarchy as TTMD, then I’m all for it.