Ryan Hemsworth, who released one of our favorite dance records of the year, has posted a 10-song remix pack on twitter for free download. It includes unreleased remixes for Future, Disclosure, Chief Keef, and Beyonce among others. Full tracklisting is in the replies.
The first track from Ronnie Radke's highly anticipated "rap mixtape" has surfaced. The track's called "Destiny" and you can choose to listen to it in the replies or just post funny GIFs. Also, you can check out the star studded track listing below.
01) Asshole featuring Andy Beirsack
02) Stupid Boy
03) Never The Same
04) Already Dead
05) Who Can Stop Us? featuring Deuce & Blay
07) Armor featuring Tyler Carter & Sy Ari Da Kid
08) Role Model
09) The Future featuring Jacoby Shaddix
10) Brother featuring Danny Worsnop
11) Bury The Hatchet featuring Craig Mabbit
Augustine Rampolla (The Little Indians, Hellogoodbye) and Andrew Richards (Hellogoodbye) have released a Christmas song. Hear "Christmas Time! (A Very Righteous Christmas Time)" here. The track also features Forrest Kline (Hellogoodbye) and Rico Vigil (ex-You, Me, and Everyone We Know).
We've been fans of games since we were kids, and we thought it would be fun to create one of our own inspired by our favorites. There are so many cool and innovative indie games being developed today, and we realized we could design and build the kind of game we'd love to play on our own. It is coming together amazingly well, and we can't wait to share it.
To Reynolds and many others, this seems to be a paradox. As a teenager, it did to me as well. I had the feelings and in a way always knew, but continued to make excuses. “Surely it’s a phase,” “I’m confused,” “If I was, I would know and be open about it,” and of course, “I can’t be gay, I’m a Christian.” The odd part is that I never had a true opposition to homosexuality. Even when I was quite young, I can remember supporting the idea of gay marriage, especially in a nation that supposedly does not discriminate based on religion. By high school, I openly supported the LGBT movement, but I still had...
Click here to read our interview with No Bragging Rights. The band will be recording a brand new album with Will Putney in April.
Right now, my theme is anger. I see it every day...in our scene, all over. It's going to definitely be an angry record, where I talk about the pros and cons of it. I get angry a lot, which is crazy, because people say “Oh you're so passive, you're so this and that...”...I just deal with it differently, I'm 30, I've had years to learn how to deal with my anger. I'm excited to write about it, I feel like it's going to be a fun challenge, and try to spin some positives from it.
Gavin Castleton performed "Stampete" live for the first time last Saturday, with assistance from Pebaluna's Lauren Coleman, Happy Body Slow Brain, and original Happy Body Slow Brain drummer Eduardo Torres. "Stampete" comes from Gavin's 2009 record, Home, a concept record about a love affair interrupted by a zombie apocalypse. Watch the performance in the replies.
Today we are very happy to stream The Venetia Fair's The Venetia Fair...Basically Just Does Karaoke. It's always risky to do a an official release of covers, but in true The Venetia Fair fashion, the band doesn't just do it well, they do it with a style and grace that surpasses expectations the theatrical rock outfit set with previous releases. Listen to it in the replies.
In case you are living under a rock, Run For Cover Records does a weekly video feature on YouTube called Tuesdays With Tay. In the replies you can watch a best-of compilation from all the videos this year.
Here are the albums that are in stores today. Pick up anything good? What do you recommend for other viewers? If we missed anything, please add it to our calendar. Check out rdio or spinner for album streams of new releases.
Head to the replies to watch Metallica's full set from their December 8th performance in Antarctica, cutely dubbed Freeze 'Em All. The performance makes the band the first to perform concerts on all seven continents in under a year.
Apart have collected their final material and released it as an EP titled A Bright and Clever Hell. It's available for purchase on bandcamp with proceeds going to Lasa Animal Sanctuary. It features a cover of Pedro the Lion's "Second Best."
Panic! at the Disco will be appearing on The 36th Annual Kennedy Center Honors, Fox's New Years Eve Live and Conan in the next couple of weeks.
Panic! At The Disco is wrapping up 2013 with two upcoming TV Performances. The first, The 36th Annual Kennedy Center Honors, will air on Sunday, December 29th at 9PM ET on CBS. The program celebrates the careers of Martina Arroyo, Herbie Hancock, Billy Joel, Shirley MacLaine, and Carlos Santana. In a tribute to Billy Joel, Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco performs the legendary musician’s song, “Big Shot.” Next up, Panic! At The Disco will perform “Miss Jackson” and “This Is Gospel” as part of FOX’s NEW YEARS EVE LIVE! special, airing on New...
Earth Crisis will release Salvation of Innocents on March 4 via Candlelight Records.
2. Out Of The Cages
4. The Morbid Glare
5. Razors Through Flesh
6. Depraved Indifference
7. No Reason
8. The Pallid Surgeon
9. Devoted to Death
10. Into Nothingness
11. Tentacles of The Altering Eye
12. Final Breath
This is that time of year where everything starts slowing down in the music industry and online. We'll still be keeping things updated around here through the new year -- but it'll probably be a little slower than usual. I just wanted to take a few moments to thank everyone for reading the website throughout 2013, and that we here at AP.net wish you all a happy holidays.