Tycho's new album Awake is now streaming on SoundCloud. New tour dates have also been announced (they're in the replies). This has been my goto album the past few weeks when I need something to zone out with and focus on writing -- definitely worth checking out.
Bleachers recently did an acoustic session for a radio station in Philadelphia. You can check out the band perform their new single, "I Wanna Get Better", a cover of Tom Petty's "Don't Come Around Here No More" and a new song called "Shadow" here.
We're excited to premiere a short (but awesome) song from Angel Du$t, fronted by Trapped Under Ice vocalist Justice Tripp. Consider "Stepping Stone" to be small taste of what you can expect from the band's upcoming debut full length record, A.D., set to be released this summer on both Reaper Records & React! Records.
Skate and Surf has changed this year's location to Asbury Park (instead of Middletown, NJ), as PropertyOfZack has learned. POZ has also announced that Knuckle Puck, Unlocking The Truth, Lil Dicky, Animals As Leaders and United Nations will be playing, as well as the facts that My Chemical Romance (duh) and Brand New ((super duh)) will NOT be playing.
Brian Marquis (ex-Therefore I Am) has signed to Equal Vision Records. He will release his debut solo full-length album, Blood & Spirits, on May 13th. It was recorded with producer Doug Grean (Tim McGraw, Sheryl Crow, Stone Temple Pilots). Be sure to catch him on both the US and UK Warped Tours at the Acoustic Basement stage.
1) Drink You Up
2) Paralysis by Analysis
3) I'm Still Chasing You
4) Burn the Bridge, Swim the River
5) Highways and Heartache
6) Hem & Haw
7) From Boston
8) Young and Dumb
9) Never Disappear
10) Breathing in Ghosts
Raw Feed Radio's 3rd Battle of the Unsigned Bands Contest kicks off today at 7PM Eastern. Featuring Tilian Pearson, Sloss Minor (Andy Jackson formally of Hot Rod Circuit), Coma Prevail (Tyson Stevens formally of Scary Kids Scaring Kids), Happy Hollows, Kiven, Night Riots, Belle Noire, Hollowealth, Makari, Streetlight Fire, Rescue Kid, and Ayer! Tune in on 100.7 FM (in north Texas), or KXTR.net for PC users, Tunein app (search KXTR) for mobile devices.
Thunderbeard Records is giving away a copy of Jonah Matranga's new album, Me And You Are Two, on vinyl. All you have to do for your change to win a copy is upload a screenshot of a "onelinedrawing." Don't lift the pen! Entries will be taken through Friday night. Winner will be selected this weekend. Also, Thunderbeard will be randomly including a test pressing in one of their orders through the weekend. Along with "Me And You Are Two," you can grab Hot Rod Circuit and Acceptance records at a discounted price now
Denton, Texas' Two Knights will be releasing its debut LP, Shut Up, on April 8th and it's fantastic. The Texas duo's chaotic brand of this indie-punk sound we all love right now is unleashed over the course of the album. Today, we're premiering a new song off the album titled "Dear God, This Parachute is a Knapsack." Check it out in the replies and then pre-orderShut Up immediately via Count Your Lucky Stars.
Basically the short story is I bought a plane ticket to NYC after making some money on selling "Smith Family" shirts, stayed with Jeff for a week and recorded all of this in his apartment with him. I ran...
It's 2014 and I'm writing "Fairweather album stream." And that's not a bad thing, that's a good thing. In fact, it's a GREAT thing. The Washington DC quintet haven't lost a step despite a 10 year lapse between releases. Powerful, charged with emotion, and utterly fantastic, Fairweather prove that age is just a number for a band. Listen to the band's new self-titled album in the replies. It is available for pre-order from Equal Vision.
Today we are very excited to bring you a track from Montreal's Gulfer as well as announce some upcoming tour dates. The track is taken from a four-way split with Lions, My First Castle, and Odd Dates and can be streamed in the replies, where the tour dates can be found as well. Pre-order the split here.
Memories of my first time on the internet looking for Blink 182 websites which you used to be when I was a teen! I had one friend in my hometown with the internet and the same taste as me and we found AbsolutePunk pretty early and milked it for every band it had on it. We got into pop rock by finding New Found Glory’s From the Screen to Your Stereo mentioned on there. Nothing like that was played on the radio or on TV in the UK so we thought we were cooler than cool listening to Blink, The Ataris, Fall Out Boy and Brand New.
Piggybacking on Spotify and other services like it could get Last.fm tracks in front of more users and make a bigger impact that the radio streaming service did overall. The company says that this change won't affect the Spotify partnership, and users will still be able to listen to stations on the company's new player.
Google Play Music has long been a solid option for uploading and accessing your music collection wherever you are, but using the Music Manager app to actually get your songs into the cloud wasn't always the smoothest or most intuitive process. However, a new feature tucked away in the experimental "labs" section of Play Music should make this process a lot easier — users can now upload whatever music they want straight through the browser using simple drag-and-drop. If the songs are matched with Google's vast music library, they'll be added automatically; otherwise they're simply uploaded.