Minus The Bear will release Acoustics II on October 1st. Hit the replies for the artwork.
2) The Game Needed Me
3) Absinthe Party at the Fly Honey Warehouse
4) Diamond Lightning
6) The Storm
7) When We Escape
8) Summer Angel
9) Empty Party Rooms
10) Dayglow Vista Rd
A few AP users attended tonight's date of the Oddball Comedy and Curiosity Fest, at the end of which headliner Dave Chappelle had an unusual set. After about five minutes of trying to do his act per usual, repeated shouts of either praise or Chappelle's Show quotes from the crowd prompted him to say that 'you are wasting your money, I'm still getting paid.' As the shouting continued, he stopped his act, sat on the stage, and began smoking, refusing to continue until it quieted down. The audience began to turn on him, and Chappelle began saying how bad the crowd was. After about twenty-five minutes of back-and-forth with the crowd, he began reading from a book aloud on the edge of the...
01) The Reckless and The Brave
02) A Love Like War (feat. Vic Fuentes)
03) Backseat Serenade
04) Me Without You (All I Ever Wanted)
05) If These Sheets Were States
06) Somewhere In Neverland
07) So Long Soldier
09) The Irony Of Choking On A Lifesaver
10) To Live and Let Go
12) Thanks To You
13) For Baltimore
14) Paint You Wings
15) So Long And Thanks For All The Booze
16) Oh Calamity!
17) For Baltimore (Acoustic)
18) Somewhere In Neverland (Acoustic)
19) The Reckless and The Brave (Acoustic)
20) Backseat Serenade (Acoustic)
The band announced the release date for Common Courtesy at 11:30 p.m. EST this past Friday. No record label ó Victory Records or otherwise ó made an official announcement or issued a press release regarding the album following the bandís release date confirmation. With less than six weeks before Common Courtesy comes out, it looks as though A Day To Remember are timing the release of the album with their fall arena tour. Six days following the bandís original...
In the last of the barrage of exclusives from The 1975 (maybe) you can now hear the next single, "Girls", from the forthcoming self-titled album here as well as the last part of the interview with Matty Healy. Skip to 30 minutes.
Envyrecently released a limited 14xLP / 2xDVD / 100-page book set titled Invariable Will, Recurring Ebbs and Flows via Temporary Residence. To celebrate, we are premiering part one of video trailer about the box set release, featuring quotes from other musicians about Envy's influence and legacy. Hit the replies to watch the video. You can also get more info and order the release.
Head to the replies to watch the trailer for Natasha Leggero's new webseries "Tubbin' With Tash," which features hot tubs, a crazy amount of guests, and most importantly, Moshe Kasher in numerous Speedos. The series premiere Wednesday, October 2nd on the buh Youtube channel.
You may not have noticed this lately, but we're really into Yellowcard's Ocean Avenue Acoustic. Today we're announcing the final part of our big promotion and you better believe we saved the best for last. The band will be heading out on its Ocean Avenue Acoustic tour next week (dates and tickets here) and you may have recognized the "#YCmoment" takeover. We want you to share with us and the band your best #YCmoment at one of the band's upcoming shows. To do so, take your best Instagram or Vine of the band performing your favorite song or even try to catch Sean mid-backflip.
Once you've taken your best #YCmoment at the show, make sure you upload it and use that hashtag, as the...
With more anticipation building for the release of their debut album next week, you can now stream the track "M.O.N.E.Y." by The 1975 over at Prefix Magazine. Hit the replies to see the lyrics/artwork for the song.
Drive-Thru Records had an unbelievable roster in their prime, but one band that went criminally overlooked was Day at the Fair. The New Jersey pop punk group's 2005 effort, The Rocking Chair Years, is making its vinyl debut on September 17th via Broken Heart Records. In addition to the original album and several bonus tracks, there is also a limited edition lathe cut available only in a bundle. It features "Broken," which is one of the first songs the band ever recorded but was never released. Head to the replies or the band's AP.net profile to listen to the track and be brought back to the golden age of pop punk.
Kendrick Lamar will be appearing on Los Angeles' Power 106 later this morning to respond to the "controversy" his verse on the Big Sean b-side "Control" brought upon. Power 106 released a preview ahead of time, which you can listen to in the replies.
The irony of that line is that the people that actually understood it and got it was the actual Kings of New York ó sitting down with them this past week, and them understanding that itís not about actually being the King of whatever coast, itís about leaving the mark to be as great as Big, as great as Pac.
You can stream a new Los Campesinos! song titled "What Death Leaves Behind" in the replies. It's off the band's upcoming new album, No Blues, which will hit stores on October 29th and is available to pre-order.
1) For Flotsam
2) What Death Leaves Behind
3) A Portrait of the Trequartista as a Young Man
4) Cemetery Gaits
5) Glue Me
6) As Lucerne/The Low
7) Avocado, Baby
8) Let It Spill
9) The Time Before the Last Time
10) Selling Rope (Swan Dive to Estuary)
Death Cab For Cutie's much-loved record Transatlanticism turns 10 this October and Barsuk will be releasing an anniversary edition digitally and on vinyl. Both versions will come with a download code for a collection of demos from the album. That collection will also be available separately if you already own the LP. You can stream the demo version of "Lightness" in the replies as well as check out the album art and track listing. All of this will be available on October 29th.
In a special Thursday edition of "The Countdown," I've decided to travel back ten years to rank the five best releases from the incredible year of 2003. Little did we know how good we had it back then - while I won't complain that this year's output hasn't been fairly good, 2003 was a year that showcased some of our favorite bands at the top of its game. I didn't realize how difficult this was all going to be - it kind of all hit me when I was staring at a list of 30+ great-to-classic albums and realizing I had to pick five. Seriously, check out what was released and then try to pick five! Anyways, my final five features at least one AP.net classic while leaving out a few other...