so i was thinking about some of our past features (ones that stuck with me): jay-z, brendon urie, john mayer (guitar), debbie harry, lil wayne, and elvis costello … the features that we have on save rock and roll will be just as diverse- we are fans of all different kinds of music and the features will reflect that. if anything we have gone farther….
BandPage has launched "Experiences," a new service that allows fans to buy music, concert tickets, lessons, face time, and other unique "experiences" from some of their favorite artists.
For $150, users can guarantee five minutes and a photo with George Clinton. A 30-minute guitar lesson with Black Label Society founder Zakk Wylde via Skype costs $2,500. And two tickets for that side stage view of a Stars' show will set you back $100.
Rise Against will be reissuingRevolutions Per Minute on May 28th though Fat Wreck Chords to celebrate its 10th anniversary. It will include 10 bonus tracks of demos, expanded packaging and the originally recorded album.
Trevor Moore (The Whitest Kids U' Know) will release his debut album, Drunk Texts To Myself, on March 26th via Comedy Central Records. Watch his new video for "The Pope Rap (Modern Day Profit)" in the replies.
Known for his work as a member of the sketch comedy troupe The Whitest Kids U' Know, Moore unleashes a full album of music tempered with skewered social commentary and his irreverent comedy style. Utilizing genres from rap to metal and country to dub-step, the album features songs about the perils of child pop stardom, how the founding fathers were on drugs, and how Tom Hanks is far from being the nicest guy in Hollywood.
Dangerkids have signed to Rise Records and will release their debut album this summer. The band will also support Sleeping With Sirens on their upcoming tour. Hit the replies for the video announcement and tour dates.
Welcome to My Back Pages, a new collaborative staff feature that will survey a landscape of renowned classics and unheralded gems alike, most of which no one around here ever writes a word about. The rules are simple and loose: we won’t cover anything from this millennium and we will avoid all or most AP.net favorites—though we might make an exception if something is nearing a milestone anniversary. Beyond that though, anything is fair game. So if you have an album, artist, or genre you would like to see discussed in this feature, feel free to throw us a few recs.
This week, we are taking a look at Fleetwood Mac's legendary, radio-approved 1977 LP, Rumours,...
Head to the replies to hear a new single from Lacey Caroline called "Every Little Thing" in the replies. The track was produced by Rob Freeman. She has started to record her debut EP which will be released in June.
You can read our interview with Unifierhere. The band have just released their debut full length album, Colorado and we discussed to process behind the album and their recent name change.
They are definitely from a personal point of view for me. I try to be poetic and use fairly general themes, without being vague so that the listener can make their own interpretation and decide what the lyrics mean to them to a certain extent. A lot of the general ideas and themes on the album came from a time of reflection I had when I was in Colorado quite a few years ago, which is why we decided to name the album that. I'd say some of the main topics I come back to are: people being deceitful or...