Here are the albums that are in stores today. Pick up anything good? What do you recommend? If we missed anything, please add it to our calendar. We recommend Rdio or Spotify for album streams of new releases and check out our review section to see what our staff thought of the albums.
mewithoutYou have been forced to postpone the pre-order for Catch For Us The Foxes due to a lack of communication from Universal Music Group, who owns the masters to mwY's records. The full message from the band is in the replies.
But Tooth & Nail no longer owns the masters to our records. For whatever reason they were transferred to Universal Music Group. Once UMG had these masters in their possession they squelched all licenses. Gilead and Burnt Toast were no longer allowed to press vinyls of our records. Thatís because UMG is a big label with big resources. Vinyl is no longer the niche product it once was and they donít need smaller labels to handle manufacturing for them, making a...
Kozelek attempted to launch into the album's confessional "Dogs" before noise from the main stage drew the singer into a couple of false starts, prompting him to address the crowd with, "Who the fuck is that?" When audience members jovially informed him that it was Philadelphia band the War on Drugs, Kozelek replied by saying, "I hate that beer commercial lead-guitar shit" before exclaiming, "This next song is called, 'The War on Drugs Can Suck My Fucking Dick.'"
Kanye West has responded to criticism from the media about the incident over the weekend in a speech during "Runaway" at his concert in Australia. Watch the video in the replies.
I wanna start with Matt Lauer, because I heard the story's gonna hit the Today show tomorrow: so Matt, when this runs tomorrow morning, I want you to do me a favor. Don't try to force me into some fake apology like the last time I was on the show with you. What I want you to do, Matt, what I want you to do is I want you to run the video that everyone is talking about where I so-called screamed at somebody. I want you to run that, since this is such big media press news and obvious shit where you try to demonize...
In the truly breathtaking vein of our very own Paul Tao's Who Is Arcade Fire?, there is now a dedicated tumblr to the question our nation's teens, tweens and grandparents have been asking for days: Who Is U2?
Turnover are celebrating celebrating the release of Blue Dream and kicking off their tour with Light Years and Malfunction at a hometown show at Shaka's in Virginia Beach, VA this Wednesday. We're teaming up with 151 Productions to give away a pair of tickets. Head to the replies to find out how to win.
Graveyard Club will release their debut album, Nightingale, on September 30th. We are premiering one of the songs called "Into The Dark." The band draws evident influences from bands like The Cure and The Smiths and even cites Dead Manís Bones as another inspiration.
Hit the replies to stream "Oh My Darling Don't Cry" by Run The Jewels. The track features Police Academy's Michael Winslow on "guest robot voice." The duo has also revealed a number of pre-order packages for their upcoming record, RTJ2.
You can check out the first part of our interview with Like Moths To Flames vocalist Chris Roetter here. In this half we talk about the band's time on this summer's All-Stars Tour, the band's live performance, as well as their current album, An Eye For An Eye. Come back tomorrow for part two.
No, weíre trying to change it up and go with more of a plan as a unit, as opposed to a plan as individuals. Weíre trying to sit down and take the pre-production and the writing more into consideration instead of the studio to come and go ďShit, we have to write 15 songsĒ. Weíre going in with the intent of having 10-15 songs, and then trimming it down to record 2 or 3.
Fall Out Boy's "Centuries" is officially the song of ESPN's college football playoff coverage. Now, the ESPN page lists this song as the "title track" from the band's upcoming album -- which would mean the new album would be titled Centuries, right? I haven't heard anything about this nugget of information besides this post on ESPN.
ESPN's coverage of the inaugural four-team playoff will showcase the upcoming single "Centuries" from the critically acclaimed, multiplatinum-selling band, the network announced today. The song, which is the title track from the band's forthcoming album, will be featured during playoff game and studio telecasts, and in on-air promotions throughout the season.
Minecraft has been sold to Microsoft for 2.5 billion dollars. Markus "Notch" Persson's letter announcing he is leaving the company is one of the best explanations for why I've ever read.
Iíve become a symbol. I donít want to be a symbol, responsible for something huge that I donít understand, that I donít want to work on, that keeps coming back to me. Iím not an entrepreneur. Iím not a CEO. Iím a nerdy computer programmer who likes to have opinions on Twitter.
Thereís something about that song. Itís like everything just kind of stops and that song matters. It makes everything OK. Thereís like a 30-second clip of that song toward the end that I think we, as a band, caught magic when we wrote it and recorded it and when we play it that weíve never done with any other song. Itís like the stars align and we become completely in synch with each other.
The Living End's Chris Cheney has joined the 'super-group' Dead Man Walking. Cheney has teamed up with Capitain Sensible of The Damned, The Stray Cats' Slim Jim Phantom, Mike Peters of The Alarm, with Guns N' Roses' Duff McKagan and Saturday Night Live alum and Late Night With Seth Myers bandleader Fred Armisen for the project.