The most daring band in music today, Self Defense Family, will be releasing two 7 inches on March 10th - one with Creative Adult and the Self Love split with Touché Amoré. The band also announced some tour dates which you can find in the replies.
Steve Schnur, Worldwide Executive and President of EA Music Group, will be a guest on "Renman Live" tomorrow, January 14th, at 10 AM PST. As President of EA Music Group, Schnur is responsible for the pursuit, creation and continuous development of the global vision for music in all EA games.
Read my review and look at my pictures from Mae's The Everglow 10th anniversary tour stop in Worcester, MA. At the show, the band announced that they hope to have new material out later this year.
The Everglow 10th anniversary tour seems to be have rejuvenated Mae. While they have always been open to playing together again, they're officially working on new material now. Elkins told the audience that they would be taking the anniversary tour around the country later in the year and hope to have new music out before 2015 is over.
We already posted the pre-order info for Silverstein's upcoming album, I Am Alive In Everything I Touch and now you can watch the band's new video for single "A Midwestern State of Emergency" in the replies. The record hits stores on May 19th.
Hit the Lights' drummer had his house broken into and car stolen this fall -- his cymbals were in the car and he's trying to raise money for replacements on GoFundMe.
Hey guys I dont know if you heard but my house was broken into this past fall and our car was stolen. While packing for our upcoming Hit The Lights trip I found that my cymbals were in that stolen car. One of the things I hate more than anything is stealing from others. Those cymbals meant the world to me and now I need to replace all of them. Any help would be much appreciated. The top 5 donations will receive a signed drum head and a signed pair of sticks. Thanks for always supporting our band and we will see you very soon!
Falling In Reverse will release their third album, Just Like You on February 24th via Epitaph Records. The band has also released a new song called "Guillotine IV (The Final Chapter)" which you can stream in the replies. Craziest part about all of this? The song's probably the best thing they've ever done.
01) Chemical Prisoner
02) God, If You Are Above…
03) Sexy Drug
04) Just Like You
05) Guillotine IV (The Final Chapter)
06) Stay Away
07) Wait and See
08) The Bitter End
09) My Heart’s To Blame
10) Get Me Out
11) Die For You
Jump to the replies to stream Meat Wave's jamming new EP, Brother in the replies via Entertainment Weekly. The record drops next Tuesday via Brace Yourself Records. Do yourself a favor and give this a listen, they're definitely an act to keep an eye on in 2015.
I met up with the super talented yellowbirddd at a rainy baseball field on Christmas Eve to film an acoustic session. You can watch the result in the replies. He played two songs from his recent album, CENTINELA, along with a cover of Cursive's "The Recluse."
Fall Out Boy's new song "Favorite Record" is streaming in the replies. Looks like they're streaming everything today, so I'm going to put all the tracks in the replies to this thread. The band's new album comes out next week, and it's a good one.
Elder Brother will be releasing a new EP called Wish You Were Here on March 24th. The EP will include a new song, titled "Wish You Were Here," and three covers of songs of the same name by Pink Floyd, Ryan Adams, and The Get Up Kids. They have preorders for this available on MerchNow and you can stream a track in the replies.
While promoting his new book, Huckabee told People magazine, “I don’t understand how on one hand they can be such doting parents and so careful about the intake of everything — how much broccoli they eat and where they go to school … and yet they don’t see anything that might not be suitable” in the lyrics and a Beyoncé choreography “best left for the privacy of her bedroom.”
Some of the young women shared their stories on their personal Tumblr accounts using their names. Others have done so anonymously. Reached by phone, two of the young women provided additional information that they said corroborated their interactions with Mr. Mcelfresh, including photos and screenshots.
Sasha Frere-Jones, the longtime pop-music critic for The New Yorker, has left the magazine to join Genius.
Mr. Frere-Jones, 47, said that he chose to leave The New Yorker after 11 years for a variety of reasons. He originally became a critic, he said, because he was frustrated that so many of those who wrote about music were ignorant of its nuances. Genius’s tool addresses that, he said, but unlike crowd-sourced information on Twitter or Facebook, which is rapidly superseded, Genius’s snippets remain easily visible forever.
On the release date of their new album, "What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World," the Portland band will be honored by Mayor Charlie Hales at City Hall, with a free event at 2 p.m. that will also feature a Decemberists performance. As well, 50 Portland artists and small businesses have teamed up to create an art piece inspired by the Decemberists' new album that will be presented at the event.