Noise Creators is a new website to help bands find the right producer for them. Press release in the replies.
Every day, it gets easier for unknown musicians to take over the world. But one advantage the labels have always held over DIY acts is the knowledge of every producer in the field who can take a good band and make them amazing... until now! Noise Creators is here to change that with a FREE service that allows you to look up your favorite artists and get to know the producers behind their recordings, read interviews with them, check out podcasts, and then book time to make a great record with them. You can also contact us directly and weíll recommend you the best producer for...
After careful thought and a lot of internal conversation, our vocalist Zech Pluister will be stepping away from his role in Bonfires. This may come across as a sudden decision to our fans, but itís an important decision for us to make, and we want to be as transparent as we can about it in order to keep the band moving on.
With that said, we recorded an EP called "The Way This Ends" over the summer. This development threw a wrench in our plans to release the record early next year, so, in cooperation with Bad...
Today's episode of Encore looks at the lead up to Star Wars (of course), before looking at this week's topics: Brian Fallon's new song, The 1975's new song, Paramore losing a member, Cartel releasing an acoustic album, The Starting Line releasing a new song, and some weirdness in the Bad Timing Records camp related to Bonfires. You'll find show notes, ways to subscribe, and links to stream and/or downloaded this episode in the replies.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens tonight and tomorrow in theaters everywhere. Just wanted to direct fans to the official thread in the forums for the movie. I'll be seeing it tonight, Thomas is going tomorrow, so look for a full podcast next week on pretty much only this.
You might be aware that a little movie called Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens tonight. To celebrate, we're premiering One Week Gone's Star Wars-inspired music video for "Clear Eyes, Full Hearts." The catchy pop-punk song is the title track from the Swedish group's latest EP, which we're still streaming here.
Martin Shrkeli's had quite a year, from marking up cancer drug prices to buying Wu-Tang Clan's one-of-a-kind Once Upon A Time In Shaolin to then telling the group to "show some f**king respect." But he'll be heading into the new year with his tail firmly planted between his legs, as he's been arrested for fraud.
The investigation, in which Mr. Shkreli has been charged with securities fraud, is related to his time as a hedge fund manager and running the biopharmaceutical company Retrophin ó not the price-gouging controversy that has swirled around him.
Today, we're exclusively streaming the brand new album from Before Their Eyes, Midwest Modesty, out 12/18 via InVogue Records. The record was co-written and produced by Craig Owens (Chiodos, D.R.U.G.S.), establishing itself to be one of the best post-hardcore records of the waning months of the year. The band has really come a long way in the last decade, and if you're a fan of the genre, you should find it absolutely necessary to give this album a chance. On a personal note, I'd recommend the track "The Positive and Negative Of Being Alone". If you like what you hear, you can pick it up here.
James Franco's band Daddy, which is inspired by The Smiths, will release their debut album Let Me Get What I Want in 2016. For now, hit the replies to hear a track titled "You Are Mine" which also features The Smiths' bassist, Andy Rourke.
Iíve toured for close to a decade and Iíve definitely seen different types of harassment and discrimination over the years. Sometimes itís a security guard thinking a female member of a band is trying to sneak into the show or is just someoneís girlfriend, which happens often unfortunately. Iíve seen a lot of people get into arguments and physical altercations. Whether itís the venue staff and a band, fans with each other, band members with each other or any variation of the three, Iíve seen it go down.
Hit the replies for a teaser video for Brian Fallon's Painkillers.
1. A Wonderful Life
3. Among Other Foolish Things
5. Steve McQueen
6. Nobody Wins
8. Red Lights
9. Long Drives
10. Honey Magnolia
11. Mojo Hand
12. Open All Night
Deafheaven's George Clarke guests on a new episode of Pitchfork podcast This is How We Do It, where the frontman discusses his theatricality on stage and what it's like to relive your lowest moments every night.The episode can be downloaded here.