Twenty-five years ago I was a young man drinking too much and in over my head with no real structure in my life. However, none of this is an excuse for what I did. Iíve been married for 19 years and every day Iím working to be a better man for my family, seeking guidance along the way. Iím doing everything I can so I never resemble that man again. I apologize to the women Iíve hurt. I deeply regret what I did and know that it has forever impacted all of our lives.
Unless you were living under a pop-punk rock: you've probably seen that The Wonder Years' highly anticipated new album leaked last night. The somewhat interesting part is that the source of the (really bad quality) leak was apparently from streaming service Deezer. Someone over there probably has some explaining to do this morning. However, according to multiple users the album also soon appeared on the UK Spotify as well. Over the past few years it's felt like album leaks were less prevalent (and with streaming services: less sought after) but this feels like one of the biggest in a long while. I'm genuinely curious how this will impact the band's first week sales. Now I'm going to go...
The TL;DR explanation of exactly how Spotify plans to access your personal data is simply that the streaming music service will not access your photos, location, voice, or contacts, unless you give ďyour explicit permission.Ē In other words, youíll need to opt-in.
You and meóRyan Key. Together, we can bring The Lone Tree Recordings to life. As the lead singer and guitarist of Yellowcard, I practically grew up in a studio. I know how important it is for musicians to be able to write and record their music so they can share it with the world. So I'm reaching out to all music fans and musicians to help support this studio as a space for talented musicians to write and record the songs they love.
In Writing will release their debut album, While You Were Away, next Friday. But this Friday, we've got a nice treat so you can start your weekend off right.Head over to their profile where you can check out their single "Chelsea," which is a poppy emo song falling somewhere between The Promise Ring's Nothing Feels Good and Into It. Over It.'s Proper. Which means it's good. After listening be sure to preorder and then you can pick up a CD copy via All Sounds or a limited edition cassette via Superjazz Tapes.
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Here are the albums that are in stores today. Pick up anything good? What do you recommend? If we missed anything, please add it to our calendar. We recommend Rdio or Spotify for album streams of new releases and check out our review section to see what our staff thought of the albums.
Courtney Barnett has been teasing something to do with her track "Nobody Cares If You Don't Go To The Party" via billboards, murals and posters around various cities in the world. Only a couple of days ago it culminated in a surprise performance on the streets of Camden (my ends) in London just outside of the tube station. Check out the video for the track in the replies.
Peter Robinson, writing for Noisey, about ghostwriting:
But popís move towards a more rockist interpretation of credibility isnít open for debate: itís already happened, and you can understand why some artists are keen not to credit writers, or to insist that they are credited even if their sole contribution was managing to record their vocal while not falling over.
Wave. We're back from our one week break and are immediately talking about Star Wars. It's exactly what you would expect from a podcast named AbsolutePunk, right? This week we look at how the whole Pure Noise Records/JJR situation impacted being able to listen to Four Year Strong's latest album, why A Wilhelm Scream isn't as crazy big and popular as they should be, the reasoning behind labels streaming albums a week or so early, our favorite b-sides, the upcoming Motion City Soundtrack album and our fears surrounding it, if there's a song of the summer, Frank Turner's new one, the new Better Off songs, and some good old fashioned nostalgia. We missed podcasting and hope you enjoy this...
100% of the net proceeds will be donated to To Write Love On Her Arms for their World Suicide Prevention Day "We'll See You Tomorrow" campaign, as well as a charity chosen by a group of friends who were close with Justin
Lana Del Rey pre-orders for her forthcoming album, Honeymoon, will go live tomorrow according to her personal Instagram. The album is scheduled for release on September 18th.
02) Music To Watch Boys To
03) Terrence Loves You
04) God Knows I Tried
05) High By The Beach
07) Art Deco
08) Burnt Norton (Interlude)
11) The Blackest Day
13) Swan Song
14) Donít Let Me Be Misunderstood
We've been doing this band for 13, 14 whatever years. I think that challenging ourselves to do new things is important. It's hard to find new things sometimes, you know? People said this tour was going to be polarizing, but we're doing bigger numbers than we've done before, you know? I think it's probably tapping into different kids or something.
WTSR, the radio station of The College of New Jersey, has announced their WTSR Underground roster for the Fall 2015 semester. New Jersey and Pennsylvania area bands, including Absolute 100 band The Blithedale Romance, In Writing, Grayscale and others, will be recording live sessions in the brand new live studio. For the first time, the WTSR Underground recording will be free and open to the public, and will take place on September 5th and 6th. The full roster of bands is in the replies.