Nebraska's No Tide have announced their new EP, Daydream, which will be released on June 3rd. Take a listen to a new track titled "Where We Went Wrong" in the replies. If you like what you hear, pre-orders are available from Take This To Heart Records. The promising, young pop punk act brings to mind the likes of Saves the Day and The Story So Far.
Glover went on to say that he wants another company—“Def Jam, Atlantic, whatever”—to buy him out of his contract, noting that Glassnote must not care about him because he’s “not loud, or outrageous, or a white girl with a big ass.” (Not that most of Glassnote’s other acts—Mumford & Sons, Chvrches, Little Green Cars, Two Door Cinema Club, Phoenix, etc.—are any of those things either.) Glover also maintains that the label has been lying to him, claiming that after he said, “I know how the Internet works,” to his label, they “laughed on the phone and said, ‘oh really?’”
With a healthy team I don't see them not competing again for the for the A.L. East. I think Tampa’s real strong again and I think Boston is really strong again and you know they’re going to be right there in the mix at the end. I’m a Yankees fan. I gotta go for it -- of course they could win the World Series this year. Why not?
You can stream a new Planning For Burial song titled "Where You Rest Your Head At Night" at Noisey. The track appears on the band's upcoming album, Desideratum, which hits stores on May 13th via The Flenser.
The Vantage have released a new song called "Getaway Car" about the Boston Marathon bombings for the one year anniversary of the tragedy. It's in the replies.
It's not always easy to see where you are supposed to go; a lot harder for some, but the choices we make hold weight not only for ourselves, but to those around us as well. Today marks 1 year since two seemingly "normal" brothers who grew up in Cambridge, MA made a choice. This song is about those choices.
Strung Out's Volume One box set is released through Fat Wreck Chords today and to celebrate we're teaming up with the label to give away a Crash cymbal signed by the band, a Volume One CD box set and a poster. To win all you have to do is leave a post in the replies stating your favourite song by the band. One winner will be notified in two weeks through a PM on the website.
What do the Beatles' "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da," the Baha Men's "Who Let The Dogs Out" and Nickelback's "Rockstar" all have in common? They are all music songs and they are all on this page. Please, let us discuss in the replies.
You can check out our interview with Breathe Carolinahere. The band's fourth studio album, Savages, is available online and in-stores now. They will be returning to the main stage this summer on the Vans Warped Tour.
Prodigy of Mobb Deep was not happy about getting a perfect score from Pitchfork for the re-release of Da Infamous. Dylan McCarthy at ToneDeaf takes a look at the entire situation:
He raises the question: should privileged middle-class white guys be commenting on rap music when they have no firsthand experience of the culture and the struggles and oppression that come with it – in other words, no credibility on the matter?