G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers, part of Penguin Group (USA), said Friday that it would publish a book written by the Brooklyn trio chronicling the group's "path to success." Unlocking the Truth is signed to the new label The Cherry Party, a division of Sony. The band played at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival this year and has opened for Guns N' Roses.
Today we're bringing you the exclusive premiere of Dr. Manhattan's "Dance the Vibes Away" lyric video. Hit the replies to check that out. The band's upcoming EP, Bolo Yodo, will be coming out tomorrow.
You can read our interview with Crown The Empirehere. The band's new album The Resistance: Rise Of The Runaways is currently streaming on iTunes First Play.
On this record we don’t focus as much on the sad as much, it’s a very empowering record. We talk about belonging to that group of people that all feel the same way; we all belong to it, and we’re more than welcome to anyone who wants to be part of this world with us
Johnny Foreigner have officially invaded the US. The band has signed to Lame-O Records. To introduce themselves to Americans with what the band has done, they have compiled a "greatest hits" mixtape entitled, Worse Things Happen At Sea, to catch everyone up. You can watch a short video announcement in the replies as well.
Oberst’s publicist confirmed Monday “that Conor had his lawyer ask the Judge to dismiss the complaint against Joanie Faircloth. Conor’s only goal throughout these court proceedings has been to expose the truth. As per his statement of last week: he looks forward to moving on to happier times.”
Hit the replies to stream Four Year Strong's two new songs "What's In The Box?" and "So You're Saying There's a Chance." The songs come from the band's new EP, Go Down in History, which releases tomorrow.
Places To Hide have signed to Tiny Engines. The label will be releasing the band's new Wild N Soft 7" this fall with a LP scheduled for 2015. You can stream a new song called "Nowhere Bound" on Stereogum.
Kanye West has revealed to GQ that he wants to release his new album this September or October. He also states that his new single, "All Day" should be released in the next couple weeks.
I don't know, man. I hope I can get one of these songs out in the next couple of weeks, just to have something up and running. But I think most likely September. I go back and forth. Like, should it be September or should it be October? Should it be November? When Beyoncé was working on her last album, she took a while. I was thinking it could somehow come out in June, like Yeezus, and just kill it for the summer. But then I'm like, I have to work on Adidas and be with my child.
BraidedVeins (members of The Swellers, Kid Brother Collective, Empty Orchestra) will record their debut LP in late August with Marc Hudson (Taking Back Sunday, Saves The Day, others). The band's first EP can be downloaded for free.
Koji's Some Small Way EP is now available on vinyl for the first time from our friends at The Native Sound. It includes live versions of "Eating Lemons" and "Like We Do" as digital bonus tracks. The songs were recorded on Koji's recent tour and serve as a precursor to his upcoming Spring Song Vol. 2 live record. Stream them in the replies.
In celebration of this week's release of Anberlin's final album, Lowborn, we will be posting an in-depth, three-part interview special looking back over the band's 12-year career. Part I with drummer Nate Young can be found here.
Honestly, I would say that if we could be remembered in a light of just positivity and encouragement. It hits me at different times. We were signing yesterday, and so many people were sharing these stories. “I was listening to you since I was 13.” “You helped me get through some heavy stuff.” “Your music helped me when my mom passed away.” All these things that were so deep. It was hitting me, and I was thankful I was wearing glasses so no one could see I...
Drew was recently featured on Vying for Vinyl's "Setting The Record Straight" to discuss vinyl.
For starters, it does seem “cool” to like vinyl, which is great for the format but bad for my wallet (prices are insane). I know for myself I love the warmer sound, I like feeling the music and art in my hands, and I do like the crazy and vibrant colors that may accompany the format. What I love about the recent resurgence is that it is getting people back into record stores and discovering new music and interacting with people with similar tastes and/or interests.
Former As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis was back in court this morning to have his prison sentence reduced by the amount of time he was out on bail wearing a GPS monitor and restricted to his parents’ home — but was ultimately denied.