That’s where you, our lovely Mashable audience, come in. We’re asking you to tweet us a technology love story in 140 characters. Interpret that however you'd like, whether you envision two robots falling in love or simply a story about why you heart your tech. It's up to you.
Today marks the start of Absolute 100 week here on the website. This is where the staff get together and scour the internet for 100 bands we think you need to check out. Over the next few days we will be unveiling all of the artists in buckets of 25. Check the replies for today's list. Each band selected on the list comes with links to their social pages, links to where you can find music, a song selected for stream by the author, and a blurb about why they were picked and what they sound like. If you're looking for new music: time to bookmark.
Our friends over at Safer Scene are creating a video project to help roll out the site where you can tell them why we need a safer scene. Head over to their website for details on how to enter your video.
How about a little aggression to wake you up on a Monday? Today, we have a brand new song premiere from the Minneapolis melodic punk outfit Household. The song is titled "Undertow" and it's off the band's upcoming album, Time Spent (out September 25th), which you can pre-order via Blood & Ink Records. Produced by Jay Maas, the song will be a treat for anyone looking for a little more kick in their daily pop-punk routine. Check it out in the replies.
You may recall the intense live session with Arrowhead we shared a few months ago. Now we're streaming a new studio track from the Boston hardcore act, titled "Stay," in the replies. It's the first single from their full-length debut, A Collection of What You’ve Lost, which will be self-released on September 4th. Combining traditional post-hardcore and melodic hardcore elements with ambient, post-rock influences, the band should appeal to fans of Pianos Become the Teeth, Defeater, Touche Amore and The Saddest Landscape.
Everything Ever's van was broken into last night in New York and the band lost $5000 worth of gear. This is always a bummer, so please learn all the details and find out how to help.
A police report has been filed, as well as a claim with Geico for the damage done to the van itself. We also are in the process of getting the security camera footage that covered right where the van was burglarized. However, we don't have insurance for the gear that was stolen and there's no guarantee that we'll be able to track down whoever did this.
Just Surrender's If These Streets Could Talk and Hussey's Ground Me are available on vinyl for the first time from Enjoy the Ride Records. Both releases have been remastered for vinyl and are limited to 500 copies across three colorways each.
Head to the replies to stream Lydia's new song called "Past Life" which is the first song from their new album, Run Wild, which is set to drop on September 18th. The album was co-produced by the one and only Aaron Marsh of Copeland as well. If you dig what you hear, be sure to go and pre-order the record.
The Maccabees have officially got the number 1 album in the UK this week with Marks To Prove It! Huge congratulations to the band and if you're still intrigued check out my review here and listen to it here.