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Grabbitz Digs Up My Chemical Romance Cover From When He Was 12 & It’s So Adorable

With the news of My Chemical Romance and Rage Against The Machine both reuniting in the span of just 24 hours, emotions are running high right now. Between the emo and punk crowds, 2020 is looking strong already. For Grabbitz, it was an opportunity to dig up a real gem from nearly 15 years ago.


Back in 2005, “Helena” from My Chemical Romance was their huge single, and young Grabbitz, aged just 12 years old, recorded a beautiful cover of it.

It’s a wonder that he even still has it, going on 14 years later. But you can already tell that he was destined for his current career. Check out this incredibly adorable and wildly good cover of “Helena” below! Find his current music on Spotify here.

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Fox Stevenson Impresses With A Boyish Charm On Debut Album, “Killjoy”

Fox Stevenson’s debut album Killjoy has had one of the more subtle rollouts of 2019, but it will end up being one of the strongest albums all year with its infectious melodies, unique production styles, and endless amounts of fun.


One of my biggest issues with drum n bass or dubstep albums, or bass albums in general, is that so many of them are focused on making the hardest bangers, the hardest bass, the snappiest snares. In doing so, a lot of the time, they forget that this music should be fun beyond all else, and that’s where Fox Stevenson excels. It’s hard to tell whether it’s his particular production style, with filters on his own vocals and bass, or the tempo of the music, or some other unknown element or everything all together, but Killjoy absolutely doesn’t live up to its namesake as it is just pure joy in every sense of the word.

It’s hard to think of another album without any features that has had so much of a true album vibe. Pioneers like Robert Delong and Big Data come to mind, but no one so firmly rooted in the EDM world as Fox. With his brilliant combination of pop lyrics and melodies with drum n bass tempos, this is by far one of the most unparalleled listening experiences of the year.

The album begins with “Out My Head,” which is hardly an electronic dance music track except for the fact that it was produced electronically by

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