Today we are proud to premiere the first EP release in the I SurrenderOur Voices collection. The first batch features four original songs from the likes of Adam Lazzara (Taking Back Sunday), Anthony Raneri (Bayside), Chris Conley (Saves The Day), and Vinnie Caruana (I Am The Avalanche). You can stream the EP in the replies and if you dig what you hear, you can pre-order it on vinyl or iTunes. The label is also giving away a test pressing of the EP. If you order a copy from the I Surrender webstore, you’ll automatically be entered to win. Last day to enter is December 2nd and a winner will be chosen at randomly on December 3rd. Our Voices will be available on November 25th.
Aerolyn will be releasing their debut album, Revive, in just under a month's time on December 18th. Today, we are premiering their lyric video for single "Killer." Check it out in the replies. Fans of bands like Sleeping With Sirens and Secret & Whisper should enjoy this one.
Pitchfork has introducedThe Pitchfork Review, a quarterly publication that the company says will feature "long-form feature stories, photography, design, cartoons and other ephemera ... document[ing] music culture, past and present." The introductory rate if you sign up for the first four issues is $11.25 per issue in the United States, and the single-issue / newsstand price is $19.96. Instead of selling ads, Pitchfork has locked in Converse as the exclusive advertiser for the first year and there will be an accompanying 7" with exclusive tracks. Fast Company has a short profile on the news, where Pitchfork CEO Ryan Schreiber draws parallels between the company launching online in 1996,...
R. Kelly has shared the track listing and NSFW artwork for his upcoming album Black Panties, out December 10 via RCA. Hit the replies to check that out, and you can pre-order the record here, including a deluxe edition bundle that yes, comes with a real pair of black panties.
Rise Records has confirmed via their Twitter that Emarosa will return in 2014. The band's Facebook lists ex-Squid The Whale vocalist Bradley Walden as a member. The band is currently recording with producer Brian McTernan.
Today we're featuring a stream of a new track from Pittsburgh, PA's Nevada Color. The indie rock outfit are releasing the single "New Mexico" to hold fans over until they record their new record, which you can help fund on Kickstarter. Listen to "New Mexico" in the replies.
On January 19th 2014, Bomb the Music Industry! will be playing our final show at Warsaw in Brooklyn. Over the past eight years this band has taken us to three continents, countless houses, basements, bars, venues, a few backyards, a lot of tasty restaurants and introduced us to most of our best friends in the world.
We’d like to have one last big “fuuuuuuck yeah!” with everybody who has made the past eight years so special for us. We’re doing this on a Sunday of a four-day weekend while college is not in session, with the hopes that anyone who would like to make the trip will be able to do so. Or if you think we’re...
Versa will release the EP, Neon, on January 14th. All of the songs recorded last year for the album that never came out -- will be released eventually.
Most of the songs intended to be released on an album we planned to call Another Atmosphere will still be released but in a systematic fashion... Including the intended title track, 'Another Atmosphere'.
The UK vinyl press of Brand New's The Devil And God... does not have the sticker on the front sleeve, but on the cellophane covering it. Banquet Records posted a video of both the US clear and UK black to show the difference -- check the replies -- and then rage.
Winamp is shutting down. If you're old enough to remember/have used Winamp -- pour one out tonight.
The famous media player Winamp will shut down next month, over 15 years after its initial release. Though Winamp eventually lost popularity, in the late 90s and early 2000s it was one of the go-to media players for listening to local music or radio streams.
Everything NK does is way out there - but it's so damn cool. With a pedigree including Envy On The Coast and The Dillinger Escape Plan (and Happy Body Slow Brain, if you're counting live members), the band's eclectic sound shouldn't surprise anyone. Today we have the band's latest performance from Garage Tapes, Vol. 1, the unmistakable "Set A Fire" - check it out in the replies. We're also giving away the band's Triple Crown debut, Nothing To Be Gained Here, via our socialnetworks.
Loose Planes have released a new song called "Licking Cement," which can be streamed in the replies. The band is made up of Luke Schwartz (Make Do and Mend), Brent Mosser, Kyle O'Neil (Fireworks) and Teddy Roberts
Soooooooo, the newest DGD album was the end of the current contract with Rise, that might give you an idea as to Secret band's delay, also we added Martin Bianchini to our lineup on guitar, he played some guest guitar on the DGD song "the jiggler," we also added Jordan Mccoy on bass, who has toured in DGD on bass before...
Hit the replies to stream a new track from Schoolboy Q titled "Man Of The Year." Word on the street is that we're going to be getting more information about Q's major label debut, Oxymoron, early next week.