Phoenix's Sundressed will release their second EP of the year, The Same Condition, on October 23rd via Take This to Heart Records. We're streaming a new track from the effort titled "Good as You" in the replies. The indie punk sound is elevated by a huge hook reminiscent of vintage Boys Like Girls or Cute Is What We Aim For.
If you like acoustic tunes that are a little more folk than punk you might want to check out Sam Russo, a singer/songwriter all the way from the U.K. who is releasing his sophomore full-length, Greyhound Dreams, next week on October 9 via Red Scare Industries. Listen to "Western Union" in the replies and let us know what you think. If it's your thing you can pre-order the record and if you live in the U.K. you can catch him in November on tour with Dan Andriano from Alkaline Trio.
"I wrote it with my friend James Hull from Leagues Apart. It's written from a load of scrambled notes and memories about being down and out in New York City and Holloway, London. We sat down and...
Daughter will release their much anticipated second album, Not To Disappear, on January 15th via 4AD. Check the replies for the video to the first single "Doing The Right Thing" which was directed by the team behind Nick Cave's 20,000 Days On Earth movie.
01) New Ways
03) Doing The Right Thing
06) Alone / With You
07) No Care
08) To Belong
10) Made Of Stone
Kevin Devine will be reissuing his live record Matter of Time via Bad Timing Records (how fitting!). Preorders will go live tomorrow at 2 PM Est, and the record has been remasterd by Jesse Cannon. More info and preorders are here, and you can see the updated artwork and more info in the replies.
State Champs released a new song called "Around The World And Back" that features Jule Vera singer Ansley Newman. You can hear it in the replies (via Substream). As this post is in relation to Pure Noise Records, I'd like to direct your attention to this post where there's a lot of great information about consent education, sexual assault literature, and much more.
“This is tremendously exciting,” James L. Green, the director of NASA’s planetary science division, said during a news conference on Monday. “We haven’t been able to answer the question, ‘Does life exist beyond Earth?’ But following the water is a critical element of that. We now have, I think, great opportunities in the right locations on Mars to thoroughly investigate that.”
Handguns' "Disenchanted" is streaming in the replies. As this post is in relation to Pure Noise Records, I'd like to direct your attention to this post where there's a lot of great information about consent education, sexual assault literature, and much more.
It seems has though Chris Day, guitarist and last original member of Norma Jean, has left the band. He no longer appears on the band's Instagram page, the band no longer appears on his, and another guitarist has been playing live. No word from the band so far.
About 28,000 fans were estimated to be at the festival throughout Saturday and 12,000 are expected to be in attendance Sunday. Saturday had a high of 105 degrees and similar conditions are expected to persist Sunday, according to National Weather Service. One woman close to the stage said she feared for her safety.
"I got elbows to the face, elbows to the head. People all over are passing out," said Lindsey Arnold, 18, of Flagstaff.
A petition has been started to remove Deafheaven from future Pitchfork Music Festivals after multiplehomophobic tweets surfaced from guitarist Kerry McCoy a few years back. First I'm hearing about this; pretty damn disappointing.
It's no secret that Topshelf Records continually kills it with its new roster additions. So it shouldn't be shocking that recent signees Pretend follow the trend with its upcoming debut album, Tapestry'd Life (in stores October 9th). Today we are premiering the gorgeous seven-minute track "Through The Snow," which is an excellent example of intelligent post-rock that'll take your senses through sweeping soundscapes. Check it out in the replies and then pre-order the ten track LP from Topshelf HQ.
NPR is streaming a new song by Pity Sex from their upcoming album White Hot Moon, which is scheduled for release in spring of 2016 through Run For Cover Records. You can also pre-order "What Might Soothe You" on an limited 7" right here.
Bleachers released Terrible Thrills, Vol 2, a compilation in which several female artists (Charli XCX, Carly Rae Jespsen, Tinashe, and more) cover and re-imagine all of the songs of of Strange Desire. It's available as a free download on Google Play Music. You can also hit the replies to read a quote from Jack about the making of the compilation.
Massachusetts rockers ZERO HOLDS are putting out their new EP The Struggle on October 2nd. We're incredibly pleased to be able to stream the EP in its entirety with everyone in advance of it's release. Hit the replies to give The Struggle a listen. The EP is a pulverizing and emotional listen, reminiscent of the very best of Manchester Orchestra, while still retaining the punk ethos of bands like Alkaline Trio. The EP's title is especially fitting considering it's subject matter revolves around fighting through the toughest of life's moments, progressing despite struggles that threaten to hold you back. ZERO HOLDS will also be doing an EP release show this Friday, on the night of the...