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Years ago, we fell in love with a charming indie band by the name of Sherwood. Sadly, they are no longer with us, but we can still hear the fantastic vocals of singer Nathan Henry on his new project, The Begging Sea. Today, we are premiering the official video for the first single, titled "Lightly Stepping," and it's super dope. The song is off his upcoming album, which you can pre-order here. In the meantime, head down to the replies, check out the video, and let us know what you think.
Drew Beringer on 05/13/13 - 06:58 AM
Captain, We're Sinking will be releasing its new record, The Future Is Cancelled, on May 14th via Run For Cover. We are really excited to be premiering the entire LP for you today. If you miss the sweet jams of Tigers Jaw or love singing your lungs out to The Menzingers, then you'll love this. Check out the album either in the replies or at the band's AP.net profile. You can pre-order the record here.
Drew Beringer on 05/10/13 - 11:29 AM
Nashville, TN's Darling Parade have been featured on Showtime, ABC Family, The CW, Syfy, MTVU and more, so we thought we'd get in on the action. Head to the replies to watch the female-fronted pop/rock group's new lyric video for "Ghost." The track appears on their latest album, Battle Scars and Broken Hearts. Recommended for fans of Hey Monday, VersaEmerge and Paramore.
Alex DiVincenzo on 05/10/13 - 07:51 AM
Our friends in The Venetia Fair released an incredible record called Every Sick, Disgusting Thought We've Got In Our Brain earlier this year and today we're exclusively premiering the wacky and hilarious hybrid lyric/music video for "Pride Alone Won't Put This Fire Out." You can view it in the replies.
Christian Wagner on 05/10/13 - 07:47 AM
After nearly two months of testing the waters with the weekly round-ups and occasional news post, we here at AP.net (but mostly me) are finally ready to delve into the world of frequent and consistent comedy content. To kick it off, we're premiering a track off of comedian/podcaster Pete Holmes' new album Nice Try, The Devil.

In an age of comedy rife with pessimism and bitterness, Holmes' unflinching optimism is a refreshing and hilarious change of pace, and the short, self-examining track "White Wine / Youth Pastor" perfectly exemplifies his state of mind. You can stream it in the replies, and keep a look out for Nice Try, The Devil, premiering on Comedy Central this Sunday, May...
Cody Nelson on 05/10/13 - 06:39 AM
Today we are premiering a new song from Amos Slade (features half of The Spill Canvas) titled "Interstates," which is off the band's upcoming album, Hungry Earth. You can stream the song in the replies or at the band's AP.net profile. If you like what you hear, you can pre-order the album here.
Drew Beringer on 05/09/13 - 12:37 PM
Today, we're excited to bring you the first installment of a new feature called In and Out of Hardcore. Jason G and myself (Dre) are working on a series of personal stories from individuals majorly involved in the hardcore punk scene. These are people who are not necessarily in bands, and have communicated their artistry through record label management, videography, shirt and/or album design, photography, and more, driven by a passion to share what makes the scene so special and preserve it.

This first feature spotlights Chris Wrenn, founder of Bridge 9 Records. It also includes a song premiere from new Bridge 9 signees, Nervous Impulse (FFO: Bad Brains, Minor Threat, Big Boys). The...
Dre Okorley on 05/08/13 - 11:14 AM
Count Your Lucky Stars Records is celebrating its 50th release this week and we're joining the party by streaming the latest EP from Warren Franklin & the Founding Fathers, Every Letter & Souvenir. You can stream it over at the band's AP.net profile or in the replies. You can pre-order it here.
Drew Beringer on 05/08/13 - 11:05 AM
Today we are premiering a new acoustic live video from Sugar Glyder for "Love Run Low," performed at Earshot Records in Greenville, SC. Hit the replies to watch the video. The song comes from their recently released album, The Eyes: They See. The band will soon join The Orphan, The Poet and Squid the Whale as support for You, Me, and Everyone We Know from May 10th-May 18th followed by a quick Northeast stint with Paper Route from May 23-May 25th.
Ryan Gardner on 05/08/13 - 07:28 AM
Today we're bringing you a brand new song from The Crash Bandits, "Meant For So Much More", off their upcoming debut full-length album, Better Off, produced by Minneapolis punk rock producer Knol Tate. The band is fronted by Matt Brown, younger brother of Sing It Loud vocalist Pat Brown.
Jake Denning on 05/07/13 - 11:43 AM
This Wild Life will enter the Vanguard Room with Aaron Marsh (Copeland) this July to begin work on their debut full length. The band has fully pursued their acoustic direction, and plans to release the record this Fall. In the replies you can watch an acoustic cover of Copeland's "California" performed by members Kevin Jordan and Anthony DelGrosso.
"Aaron is one of my absolute favorite songwriters, and I'm incredibly excited to have his guidance on this new record." - Kevin
Christian Wagner on 05/07/13 - 08:07 AM
Today is the final installment of Valaska's video series with us. The last video for us is a performance of "Bijou" which comes from the album Natural Habitat. You can watch it in the replies.
Christian Wagner on 05/06/13 - 11:29 AM
Tomorrow, Rock For Justice will be releasing Songs For Justice, a compilation in which all the proceeds will go to fight global poverty and social injustice via their partnership with Speak Up Productions. We are premiering the entire compilation today - featuring cover songs from site favorites like William Beckett, The Dear Hunter, The Narrative, Young Statues, and more. You can stream the entire comp in the replies and can pre-order it here.
Drew Beringer on 05/06/13 - 09:30 AM
It's been a long road for Ben Liebsch, but the You, Me, and Everyone We Know vocalist sure seems to have come out on top. The quality tunes have continued since he took over the YMAEWK moniker, with the honestly-titled I Wish More People Gave A Shit EP on the way. Today we're premiering Ben's latest, a new song called "Better Men" - check it out in the replies. Grab I Wish More People Gave A Shit on May 7th and catch YMAEWK on tour starting next week.
Jack Appleby on 05/03/13 - 09:47 AM
Today, we're hoping to get your weekend started off right with a great summertime pop-punk album from Canadian exports UTKF in the form of their newest release Set the Fire. With great melodies and addictive songwriting, this is sure to hit home with any fan of the genre – and we'll be streaming it all weekend for your listening pleasure. Hit the replies or the band's AP.net profile to check it out, and be sure to pick it up later today when it becomes available via iTunes.
Jason Gardner on 05/03/13 - 09:37 AM
Although the band is less than a year year, Moose Blood are already making a name for themselves in the the UK - and now they're ready to invade America. We're happy to announce that the emo outfit will team up with Departures for a a split 7" this summer via No Sleep Records, with Fist in the Air Records handling the UK/European release. Until then, you can stream Moose Blood's recent EP, Moving Home, in the replies. It's like a combination of Brand New's Deja Entendu, The Get Up Kids' Something to Write Home About and American Football's self-titled.
Alex DiVincenzo on 05/03/13 - 07:47 AM
Mike of The Venetia Fair released his cover of The Gay Blades' "Shake Their Graves" to benefit those affected by the Boston bombings. Today we're exclusively premiering the lyric video and live acoustic performance of the song. Watch it in the replies and purchase the song here.
Christian Wagner on 05/03/13 - 07:44 AM
You may want to start paying attention to Buffalo, NY's I Can See Mountains now, because their debut album, Life on a Houseboat, is going to be a good one. Head to the replies to watch the band's music video for a new song from the effort, "Glory." The record drops July 2nd via Panic Records. Recommended for fans of Transit, Tigers Jaw, Saves the Day and The Wonder Years.
Alex DiVincenzo on 05/02/13 - 08:10 AM
Fresh off of a tour with Fitz And The Tantrums, LA's Hunter Hunted have been building quite a buzz in the indie scene. With standout track “Keep Together” making the rounds on TV shows like The Vampire Diaries and The Real World, the band has performed everywhere from The Conan O’Brien show to SXSW. We're exclusively streaming the Spacebrother remix of "Stay Together," which you can listen to in the replies.
Christian Wagner on 05/01/13 - 09:19 PM
Light Years will be releasing its debut full-length record, I Won't Hold This Against You, via Paper + Plastick Records. Today we can exclusively bring you guys the details of the release. It'll come out on June 18 and feature 12 songs - two of which appeared on the band's Parking Lots EP, which also has an acoustic track and is now available for $1. Head to the replies for the album art and a stream of a brand-new song, "Nice To Know You." The record can be preordered on vinyl and digital formats now as well.
Drew Beringer on 05/01/13 - 11:25 AM
Today we are giving you the first taste of the new Alabaster EP, The Villain In Me, out May 7th. Head to their AP.net Profile or the replies to hear "Pendulum." Recently, the band has opened for Yellowcard and done 6 showcases at SXSW this year. Fans of bands like Paramore and We Are The In Crowd with a bit more of a rock edge should dig this.
Ryan Gardner on 05/01/13 - 08:38 AM
By now it should be no surprised to you that we're huge fans of Dikembe around these parts. I first fell in love with the band when I heard its four-song debut, Chicago Bowls, a few years ago; its energized take on anthemic indie/emo/punk with heart-on-sleeve lyricism brought in many fans. So I'm beyond stoked to be premiering the remastered version of the band's fantastic EP - you can stream it in the replies or at the band's AP.net profile. After you hear how much better Chicago Bowls sounds, make sure to pre-order the 7" from Tiny Engines here.
Drew Beringer on 04/30/13 - 07:56 AM
Perfect Organ Assembly is the ten song debut from Wall Of Ears, the new project from As Cities Burn members, Cody Bonnette and Christopher Lott. The album will drop on June 25th on vinyl /CD/digital via Broken Circles. Preorders will launch on May 7th with an exclusive tshirt design. Head to the replies to watch the video for "Autosky." Track listing is below.

Track Listing
1) Heavy Hologram
2) Autosky
3) Great Big Birth
4) Miss Earth
5) Cancel Features
6) Mind Of Moss
7) Arms Heist
8) Task You
9) Ravage Holy Ohm
10) The Tale
Christian Wagner on 04/30/13 - 07:22 AM
We're premiering the new video from Oklahoma's Tiger Lily. "Sinking" is a track that represents the best of the new pop-punk genre that has emerged recently. Head to the replies to watch the video. In addition, catch Tiger Lily on tour with Family Thief from May 27th to June 6th.
Christian Wagner on 04/29/13 - 07:59 AM
Today we're premiering the second installment of our video sessions with Chicago's Valaska. The Windy City act first caught the attention of Aaron Marsh of Copeland and Marsh produced Valaska's latest record Natural Habitat. Watch the video for the title track in the replies.
Christian Wagner on 04/29/13 - 07:51 AM
Today we are excited to bring you the first taste of what Dear You have been working on for their upcoming sophomore EP, Faith, Fear, and Hope. Head to their AP.net Profile or the replies to hear "Black and White," their new single. The single drops tomorrow and the EP comes out on September 17th. If you're a fan of fast-paced pop-punk, don't sleep on this one.
Ryan Gardner on 04/29/13 - 07:39 AM
The Skate and Surf Festival has moved from Plaza Green at iPlay America in Freehold, NJ to Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ. Attendees will have access to the theme park with their admission tickets. Also, we can confirm today that Mayday Parade will play the festival as "Bob's Special Guest." Press release is in the replies. Single-day and two-day passes are still available as well.
Thomas Nassiff on 04/29/13 - 07:21 AM
Today we're bringing you the debut EP from rock-duo Welcome Center. Featuring previous members of The A-B Theory and St. Philistine (both former Self-Promotion Spotlighters), this new project is in vein of Modest Mouse/Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. You can stream their new EP, Different Joys, in the replies or on their AP profile.
Joe DeAndrea on 04/26/13 - 07:47 AM
Today we're very excited to be premiering "The Progression Of Regression" from Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!'s new album Pardon My French which is set to release April 30th on Fearless Records. Combining sounds from a few different genres, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! has developed a strong following and will be a band to watch this year as they continue to grow and play to new ears. Head to the replies to listen to "The Progression Of Regression" and read a short background of the song from singer Bertrand Poncet.
Christian Wagner on 04/25/13 - 07:35 PM
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