Hit the replies to check out Terrible Things' Nervous Energies session. The band performs two tracks from their Pre-Transmission EP, "Last Look" and "Innocent," along with "Lullaby." You can order Terrible Things' new EP, which features a song from Jon Simmons of Balance and Composure, here.
Update #2: The band's website has been taken down and replaced by a short statement from the rest of the band.
Update: Ian was denied bail earlier today in court and will remain in prison until his hearing on December 31st.
Need some more Christmas music in your life this holiday season? The Essential NOW That's What I Call Christmas, which features everyone from John Lennon and Elvis Presley to The Jackson 5 and The Beach Boys, is on sale for 99 cents from Amazon MP3.
Fresh off the release of their new EP, Illuminate (iTunes; Amazon; stream), Makeshift Prodigy are gearing up for their tour with The Almost and All Get Out. Dates can be found in the replies. We're giving away a pair of tickets to the first stop of the tour on January 9th at The Orpheum in Tampa, FL to the first person who claims them in the replies.
Bright and Early recording themselves performing their new song, "Black and Blue," on their iPhones. Check out the video in the replies. Be sure to vote for them - and listen to a demo version of the song - here.
Bob Mould (ex-Hüsker Dü) has started a Kickstarter to help release See A Little Light: A Celebration of the Music and Legacy of Bob Mould. It's a film/concert shot at The Walt Disney Theater Hall featuring artists such as Dave Grohl, Ryan Adams, No Age and more performing Bob's songs with him on stage. You can watch Bob and Dave's performance of "Ice Cold Ice" in the replies.
The Rocket Summer is releasing three b-sides from Life Will Write The Words B-sides. The first, "Cars and the Pixies (Happy New Year)," is now available on iTunes and Amazon. "Anna" and "Not Right" will be released on January 8th and January 29th, respectively.