Sky Ferreira will release her debut album, Night Time, My Time, on October 29th via Capitol Records.
02) Ain't Your Right
03) 24 Hours
04) Nobody Asked Me (If I Was Okay)
05) I Blame Myself
07) You're Not the One
08) Heavy Metal Heart
10) I Will
11) Love in Stereo
12) Night Time, My Time
Heidecker and Wood (Tim Heidecker of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!) have released another new song called "What Else Is New" which you can stream after the jump. The track is off their upcoming album, Some Things Never Stay The Same, which is set to be released on November 12th via Little Record Company.
Cute Is What We Aim For have announced the support for its upcoming fall tour. Turnover and Tallhart will be joining the band on its North American trek this October. You can see all the dates in the replies. Also, get your trigger finger ready for tomorrow as we'll be giving away tickets to some of the dates.
Max Bemis (Say Anything) will hit the road this winter on an acoustic headline tour that will feature sets from Matt Pryor of The Get Up Kids, Perma, Sherri DuPree-Bemis of Eisley, and Merriment. You can also check out a new Perma song titled "Little Light" at Diffuser. The band's debut album is also available to pre-order. You can find the dates and more details in the replies.
Everything we've been doing over the last couple of months - from our guides to our playlists - have been leading up to this weekend's Riot Fest in Chicago. So there is only one thing left to do (other than, you know, attending the damn thing!) and that's to release our "must-see" acts at this weekend's festival. Since it's packed with many great bands, I asked Thomas Nassiff to count down his five most anticipated acts in addition to mine. You can check those out in the replies. You can find more information about Riot Fest at their website. Have fun this weekend and be safe!
Whether you’re an old fan, casual listener, or just heard “Catholic Girls” and enjoyed it, this tour is definitely worth going to. The Dangerous Summer plays a great mix of material, while opener Tommy & The High Pilots heightens the bar for future live shows.
It seems like a lot of exciting new bands are emerging from the Nashville scene lately, huh? Add another to the list, as Courtesy Drop plans to unleash its style of melodic post-hardcore in the form of its Animal Style Records debut, Songs to Drive to; Cry, and Make Love To. Today, we have a sneak peek from that LP - you can exclusively stream "A Toast To The Valiant Phil Coulson" in the replies. The band's new album will be available on October 15th and is available to pre-order.
I think this is going to be a big hit on the site. Today, we're introducing Arliss Nancy, the latest band to join the Black Numbers family. The Fort Collins, CO, quintet will be releasing its new album, Wild American Runners, in mid-October and today we're bringing you a great slice of said album by premiering "Coals." If you're a fan of Lucero, The Gaslight Anthem, and The Hold Steady, then this band and song will be right in your sweet spot. Check out "Coals" in the replies. If you dig it, make sure you pre-order it as well.
There's an new video up on Sound-No-Sound.com that has some audio - very programming heavy with distorted vocals throughout the track. A Great Big Pile Of Leaves, Colin Frangicetto, and Will Noon are the latest to tweet about it. The timer on the front page has just under 4 days left. Hear the sounds in the replies - anyone?
Hit the replies to watch the beautiful new video for Gambles track "So I Cry Out". The song is taken from the forthcoming debut album, Trust, which is released on September 30th in the UK and October 1st in North America.
In honor of Rise Against's Long Forgotten Songs: B-Sides & Covers 2000-2013 release, we've teamed with the band to give away a signed CD and vinyl copy of the album. No 'Fastest Finger' or 'RT To Win' this time around - we want to hear why you deserve to win the set. Give us your best answer in the replies - we'll pick a winner tomorrow.
Mansions will release its third full-length, Doom Loop, on November 12 via Clifton Motel. A new song called "Climbers" is on Spin and in the replies.
"I want this record to be a kick in the teeth," Browder says in a statement. "I like pop songs, yet at the same time I like things a little fucked up and distorted. Might as well run the vocals through a guitar pedal."
With one week of fantasy football in the history books, early-season winners and losers alike turned their attention to the waiver wire to get ahead of the game and pick up sleeper players. Now looking ahead to Week 2, we've got "Start-Em, Sit-Em" advice from Dan Campbell of The Wonder Years and some waiver wire suggestions from Brian Schmutz of The Starting Line. Both of these gentlemen are participating in our first-ever AP.net Fantasy Football Challenge, which raised over $2,500 for charity this year.
A Lot Like Birdswill release No Place on October 29 via Equal Vision Records. The artwork can be seen in the replies.
01) In Trances
02) No Nature
03) No Nurture
04) Next to Ungodliness
06) Myth of Lasting Sympathy
07) Hand Over Mouth, Over and Over
08) Kuroi Ledge
10) Shaking of the Frame