Do you listen to The Adam Carolla Show, WTF with Marc Maron or even our podcast? Well if you do and enjoy these podcasts or any other podcasts, you should help donate to fighting the patent trolls who are trying to bring podcasting to it's knees. Adam is leading the charge with a Fund Anything to raise money to cover the insane lawyer fees to protect his podcast and all podcasts alike. If you want some back story on what patent trolls are and what they're trying to accomplish, you can check out this article.
The AV Club has posted an extensive article titled "A Beginner's Guide to the Bouncy Buzz of Pop Punk," which can be read here. "Essential Listening" includes Green Day's Kerplunk, The Ergs' DorkRockCorkRod and, of course, Descendents' Milo Goes To College. What are some of your essentials, though?
I don't think that we really have a place on standard radio. Do many people even listen to the radio nowadays? (Unless they drive a taxi.) We're lucky enough that we live in an age where we have instant access to so much music, as well as fantastic recommendation services (last.fm, etc.) that radio isn't always the most efficient way to hear new music for a lot of people.
A mysterious new project from a former member of a band that everyone would be familiar with has hit the web. The project is called Myrone, and that's all that has been revealed so far. There's a track called "Victory Theme (They Said Our Love Couldn't Be Done) you can check out in the replies. If you're at all familiar with Mad Decent, it sounds a lot like Mitch Murder but with awesome 80's guitar solos.
With flowing locks and a grizzled demeanor, Uncle Buck offers a great assortment of shows that you have a chance to go to. Head to the replies to check out the shows. Make sure to list your name, email, and which show you'd like to go.
Until We Are Ghosts has signed to InVogue Records. They will release their debut album Bitterseed on May 27th. The album was mixed and mastered by Jay Maas of Defeater. Check out the band's lyric video for "Wearing Thin" in the replies.