Dresses have signed to SideOneDummy Records. The band will release their debut album, Sun Shy, on September 3rd. You can stream the band's new single, "Back to Life," on Elle and watch the band's video for "Blew My Mind" in the replies.
Earlier this month, Touché Amoré played its new album Is Survived By in its entirety at the Bridgetown DIY in Los Angeles. You can watch a video of one of those new songs, titled "DNA," in the replies. The band's spectacular new album hits stores on September 24th. The band also announced some new tour dates, also in the replies.
After 10 years of music and memories we are sad to say that Sugar Glyder the band is calling it a decade. All good things come to an end but the best parts last forever. We will never forget this experience that you’ve all given us.
You may not realize it but all of this was made possible by your love and kindness. Without that we’d just be a bunch of people making noise.
It is with proud heads and heavy hearts that we will all move forward in life now.
Eternal thanks to you all for your support throughout the years. We sincerely hope we’ve been able to make the most lasting and positive impression on you, it’s the least we could do to return...
Welcome back to another round of the AP.net Roundtable - an article revolving around a much-anticipated album and the discussion it inspires amongst a handful of staff members. Today's roundtable article features Jason Tate, Craig Manning, Ryan Gardner, Cody Nelson and myself discussing Yellowcard's latest release, Ocean Avenue Acoustic. Throughout the discussion we touched on which renditions were executed the best, favorite moments on the release, and why this album has affected so many pop-punk fans. So pick up your copy of Ocean Avenue Acoustic, put the needle down, and check out the latest AP.net Roundtable discussion in the replies.
Available in the replies or on his website, comic Dan Telfer has released his latest half-hour special Live At the Beat Kitchen for free. Also in the replies is Telfer's rationale behind giving the special away as opposed to taking after the $5 approach we've seen often recently.
UK-based Everybody Looks Famous is a female-fronted pop-rock act set to release their new EP Fuel To The Fire on Go Faster Records. Although an easy comparison to make, fans of Every Avenue, We Are The In Crowd, and The Downtown Fiction will enjoy this. Today we're premiering the title track which you can listen to in the replies.
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.
A lot of it was considered while writing the record. One idea that I became obsessed with, was trying to create those simple melodies that when synced up, strike that nerve, or that feeling inside you. It can be unbelievable simple — like a slow moving piano scale, that somehow balances perfectly with a single note guitar chord progression. It’s sorta like when you’re cooking, and you come across good summer heirloom tomatoes. All you need is some salt and good olive oil. That shit is magical. A lot of our previous material was always the mentality of “what else can we add?”. With this, there was a lot of focus on...
An official statement will be in the works at some point. Its never really over GF has a healthy catalog, when you start to miss us put in a cd or pick up some merch. Think of it as collectors edition. Real music and passion never dies just transforms....
If you know me at all, you know that for the past decade Coheed has been my favorite band, and will most likely be just that for the remainder of my life. Their Keywork logo was the first thing I ever saw fit to be permanently inked on my body. I write the type of music I write because back in high school, when I started really analyzing what type of rock avenue I wanted to take, they opened up my mind. Announcing this tour today has been surreal to say the least.