We've got a brand new Shellshock Lullaby track for you today, and we couldn't be more excited. The track, entitled "The Look in Your Eyes," sounds like a cross between old Midtown and Somos. Stream it in the replies.
Am I the only person in the world that remembers the pop-punk band Larger Than Life? I was going through some old files on my computer and came across their EP If Tomorrow Never Came -- with the "resurgence" in pop-punk I feel like I should randomly submit bands that flew way under the radar before to Tumblr blogs and see if I can't get them some buzz. These guys, Unsung Zeros, The Goodwill ... someone would bite, right? Anyway, I tossed If Tomorrow Never Came up on SoundCloud and you can stream it in the replies.
The latest Quiet Country Audio session showcases an explosive performance from '68. The duo features former The Chariot frontman Josh Scogin on vocals and guitar, so you know it's worth watching. Head to the replies to see them perform "Three is a Crowd," "Third Time is a Charm" and a cover of Nirvana's "Tourettes."
We present the Ode 2 Summer mixtape. This collection, in a sense, is a sonic scrapbook. Many of the track titles are taken from areas we had passed through. As the summer came to an end, so did the process of making our new album. We offer up this tape in the meantime while we await the arrival of warmer weather and reflect on the past year. Hope you dig.
In 1995, Misfits founding member Jerry Only secured the exclusive legal right to tour and record as the Misfits, and, in accordance with those legal rights, launched a licensing program through Cyclopian Music. At the same time, Glenn Anzalone—professionally known as Glenn Danzig (former co-founder and Misfits vocalist circa 1977 to 1983) —made clear that he wanted no public association with the Misfits or Cyclopian Music’s business endeavors.
Despite full knowledge of Cyclopian Music’s use of the Misfits’ name and logos for decades, Glenn Danzig curiously filed a lawsuit on April 3rd, 2014 seeking a portion of the proceeds from...
Check the replies to see Morrissey performing three new songs from his upcoming album live. Also included is footage of when the stage was rushed and Morrissey got sorta tackled -- which led to the concert being cut short.
"Obviously I wrote it – don't you guys understand sarcasm?" she said. She also disparaged the controversy the note stirred, especially amongst conspiracy theorists who continue to look for evidence that Love was directly involved in Cobain's death. "It endangers me, and it endangers [daughter] Frances," she said.
Lana Del Rey has revealed the track listing to her upcoming new LP, Ultraviolence. A release date should be announced soon.
1. Cruel World
3. Shades of Cool
4. Brooklyn Baby
5. West Coast
6. Sad Girl
7. Pretty When You Cry
8. Money Power Glory
9. Fucked My Way Up To The Top
10. Old Money
11. The Other Woman
12. Black Beauty (Bonus Track)
13. Guns and Roses (Bonus Track)
14. Florida Kilos (Bonus Track)
Joe Sib is not only the co-founder of Side One Dummy but he's also a comedian in his spare time. Recently at the label's "Storytellers" show, he recounted the first time he met Bruce Springsteen. Check it out in the replies.
Bands that are fun loving and kind of chill are always talked about in conjunction with the seasons, which is bogus. Because really, the only thing less interesting than talking about the weather is writing about it, so we won't do that. Instead what we'll do is introduce you to the laid-back hazy-pop cool dudes in No Nets. Their new album, Affable & Ready For Small Talk drops on May 20th, but right here this very moment we have the organ-tinged, beautiful people indie grunge of "Bonnie Tyler." (It really is quite amazing how good I am at describing music in a way that is both simple and makes sense!) Take a listen in the replies and make sure to pick up the band's album when it's...
Vulfpeck from Los Angeles apparently wrote an album of entirely silent songs named Sleepify and uploaded it to Spotify's service. Encouraging their small fanbase to stream it while they slept, the band generated around $20,000 at $.007 a stream. The stunt was intended to fund a small stint of free shows, but the album has been removed and it's not clear if they'll receive the entire royalty check.