The tracklisting for Slaves debut album, Through Art We Are All Equals can be found in the replies. My personal favorite is "The King And The Army That Stands Behind Him." You can pre-order the record here.
Two of our favorite up and coming bands, Tiny Moving Parts and Old Gray released a split 7" today and you can stream it in the replies. It's one of the better splits you'll hear in 2014 and if you dig it, make sure you pick up the split immediately.
Hit the replies to see Midtown perform "Just Rock and Roll" at this past weekend's Skate and Surf Festival. It was the band's final song of their set -- I hope it's not the last time we see them play together.
In an interview with Listener magazine published the year of his death, California said he felt "Stairway to Heaven" was a "rip-off." "The guys made millions of bucks on it and never said 'Thank you,' never said, 'Can we pay you some money for it?'" he said. "It's kind of a sore point with me. Maybe someday their conscience will make them do something about it."
This Wild Life will be appearing on The Bachelorette to perform "Roots And Branches." The show will air on May 26th at 9:30 pm. The only question is if Kevin will be too cool to post on this website after his newfound fame?
The party animal in me loved it but it had already started to take a toll on my body after several months. I couldn’t believe how far Deryck could go, though. I couldn’t get myself to walk from the bus to the venue some days, and here this guy was playing shows every single night for an hour or more, sweating, running around like a maniac, and killing a bottle of whiskey. It was insanity.
Every Time I Die's new album is up for pre-order on iTunes (regular and deluxe versions) and comes with with an instant download of "Thrist." The deluxe version of the album contains two bonus tracks: "Cheap Ludes" and "Saturnalia."
Before you read these lists, a few things should be clarified. First of all, they aren't perfect: a few acts are out of place, or suspiciously off -- we'll try to address these below. You'll also notice that there are a few anomalies, and acts that aren't music-related (ie. Myth Busters, who you can rent for a mere $100k); Degy books speakers and corporate entertainment acts too, and a few slipped into these listings. Lastly, keep in mind that these lists aren't comprehensive and only contain artists booked through Degy.
Following the controversy that surrounded the costume Macklemore wore at a recent surprise show, the rapper has posted an apology and explanation over on his website.
My intention was to dress up and surprise the people at the show with a random costume and nothing more. Thus, it was surprising and disappointing that the images of a disguise were sensationalized leading to the immediate assertion that my costume was anti-Semetic. I acknowledge how the costume could, within a context of stereotyping, be ascribed to a Jewish caricature. I am here to say that it was absolutely not my intention, and unfortunately at the time I did not foresee the costume to be viewed in such regard....
Following up after Deryck Whibley's blog post explaining his situation with alcoholism and near death experiences due to liver and kidney failure, a new saddening photo has surfaced. Head to the replies to see how serious Deryck's blog was. All of us here at AP.net wish Deryck a healthy recovery and hope better days are in his future.
Here are the albums that are in stores today. Pick up anything good? What do you recommend? If we missed anything, please add it to our calendar. We recommend Rdio or Spotify for album streams of new releases and check out our review section to see what our staff thought of the albums.
Head to the replies to watch Kyle Morton and Shannon Rose Steele of Typhoon perform an acoustic version of their song "CPR" for Pandora. I shed a tear or two watching this, so brace yourself; it's beautiful.
Vocalist Joel Birch (The Amity Affliction) has written an open letter to fans in regards to the lyrical content found on the band's current single,"Don't Lean On Me". You can read more about it in our interview, which will be posted soon.
Last Friday I sat in a courtroom to support a friend. For the better part of a decade our professional and personal lives were woven in a relationship akin to family. As if family, the intention of my attendance was to publicly acknowledge the deep care and compassion I hold for this individual.
I watched as she searched for the strength to behold her transgressor for the first time in over a year since learning of his plot to have her murdered. I listened to her describe the love she once possessed for this man whom she adored, trusted, and...