Pulley will be performing Matters in its entirety on October 18th in Sainte-Thérèse, Quebec, at Music 4 Cancer Fest IV. As well as this, the band have announced that they will also be playing songs from Rev, singer Scott Radinsky's former band. Tickets are limited to 500, with all proceeds going to charity.
I was wondering if anyone was going to comment on this after we posted the video for Arcade Fire's "We Exist" -- but I never really saw anything pop-up. Then, this morning I saw this Tweet from Against Me!'s Laura Jane Grace: "Dear arcadefire, maybe when making a video for a song called "We Exist" you should get an actual "Trans" actor instead of Spider-Man?"
Sad and French consists of Jose Prieto, Edwin Santacruz and Greg Taylor. The band's press release tells me that the trio "writes songs about girls and booze," which is right up my alley. Today, we're premiering "Second Floor," a raucous and twangy number that'll get you tapping your feet. The song is off the band's upcoming self-titled debut, which will be available on May 27th via Black Numbers (pre-order now). Check out the song in the replies.
There's a new IndieGoGo campaign up to fund a documentary on Siberia's improbable punk scene in the 80's.
Directed by Vladimir Kozlov, this first-of-its-kind documentary uses rare footage of Siberian punk legends including the punk poet and songwriter Yanka Dyagileva and the controversial godfather of Russian punk Yegor Letov, along with contemporary interviews, to recount the story of Siberia's improbable punk scene. Arguably the very embodiment of underground, Siberian punk existed not only thousands of miles away from the movement's epicenters in New York and London but also at the height of the Cold War – a time when playing punk music might literally have landed you in… well,...
Warped Tour is now accepting applications for its Peer Safety Volunteer Team. If you are looking for a way to give back to Warped Tour and help others make sure they have a safe day while you get to see your favorite bands for free -- this is a good way to do it. If you have any questions feel free to email Tiffany.
The main purpose of the team is to insure the safety of everyone at the Vans Warped Tour. Whether it’s to help them with a small cut or with a life threating illness, we are here for them. The organization wants to ensure that a serious injury never happens at the Vans Warped tour. We want to help everyone regardless of the situation. We are the eyes and ears of the medical...
Bad Suns' new live video for the track "Salt" can be found in the replies. The video was done by In The Open in a single take in the hills of Topanga Canyon here in Los Angeles. The track is featured on the band's debut album, Language & Perspective, which hits streets June 24th on iTunes and July 1st everywhere else. Their single "Cardiac Arrest" broke Top 20 at Alt Radio last week.
Pearl Jam announced today that they will perform 10 additional concert dates this October around their previously announced headlining slots at Austin City Limits Music Festival. All the dates can be found in the replies.
Mae will be performing on StageIt on June 7th. Tickets are available now. The band will also be releasing Destination: B-Sides on limited edition vinyl in the near future. A full press release can be found in the replies.
Massachusetts' pop punk group Half Hearted Hero are currently hard at work on their new album for Animal Style Records. Although the effort does not yet have a title or release date, we were able to get our hands on a new song. Head to the replies to hear "Dreams," which marks a further progression from last year's Whatever.
The news of Spotify’s growth comes as speculation mounts about the company going public later this year. The anticipation has grown as Spotify has advertised for SEC regulatory staff, agreed a $200 million credit line with several Wall Street banks, inked a partnership with Sprint wireless partnership, expanded in Latin America and acquired EchoNest, a data service.
[It's] very soft, very quiet music, played utterly in synch with the heart rates and breathing rates of the musicians performing it. Every note you hear is either in synch with the heartbeat of the person playing it, the breathing of the person (or one of the surrounding persons) playing it. So what you hear when this music plays is played precisely in time with someone’s quiet, internal rhythms. Brought to musical life by a handful of different ensembles.