Free Music Friday can be found in the replies. This time around, our Free download of the week comes from Long Island mob Go Big. Their new album The Story From Our Side is a sunny blast of eccentric punk rock has shades of Fake Problems and Streetlight Manifesto coursing through its veins. The record is available at their Bandcamp page.
Mimicking Birds have released a new song entitled, "Bloodlines" which you can stream in the replies. The track is off the band's upcoming album, EONS, which will be released on May 13th via Issac Brock's (Modest Mouse) label Glacial Pace.
Wicked Chief (ex-The Morning Light) released another new song off their upcoming album, True Blue, titled "Bad Dreaming." The album will be available March 21st. The band will also be playing a record release show at Club Cafe in Pittsburgh, PA on March 21st as well.
Arms & Sleepers have come out of their hiatus and they're currently working on a new full length. While we don't have a release date yet, you can check out their infectious first single "Hurry Slowly" in the replies.
A mysterious new project from a former member of a band that everyone would be familiar with has hit the web. The project is called Myrone, and that's all that has been revealed so far. There's a track called "Victory Theme (They Said Our Love Couldn't Be Done) you can check out in the replies. If you're at all familiar with Mad Decent, it sounds a lot like Mitch Murder but with awesome 80's guitar solos.
This week's installment of Free Music Friday can be found in the replies. Our free download of the week is a new track from Portland metalcore crew Our Greatest Fear. "At The Edge Of The World" is a punishing blast for fans of the likes of Parkway Drive and Counterparts and is available from their Bandcamp page.
Here's the latest batch of free downloads submitted to the site over the past seven days. This week's featured free download is Standing Still, an all-out emo romp from one-man band When All We Love Is Lost. The EP is available on Bandcamp.
Happy Valentine's Day! Go on, guess what we got you. No, not that. Not that either. Nope, that's illegal in several South American countries. It's music. We got you free music. Look, it's below and includes a compilation from Community Records, who are celebrating their sixth anniversary this week and have loads more releases up for free download on their bandcamp. Enjoy.
Margot &The Nuclear So and So's have finally released their new single, "Hello, San Francisco," which can be streamed over on Esquire. The track is off the band's upcoming album, Sling Shot to Heaven, which will be released on April 22nd.
The latest installment of Free Music Friday can be found in the replies. This week's featured free download comes from Jonathan Richard, who showcases wry lyricism in the vein of Brendan Kelly on understated acoustic EP Blunders, which is available on bandcamp.
The Honey Trees have released the song "Nightingale" off their upcoming full-length album, Bright Fire which was recorded by Jeremy Larson (Mute Math, Sleeping at Last, Sucre). Head to the replies to give the track a listen.
Donor (featuring members of Crucial Dudes, You Blew It!, Dikembe) have released a new song called "Pool Dad" on their Bandcamp. The band's new 7", Ache Through My Bones will be available for pre-order on February 17th.
This week's installment of Free Music Friday can be found in the replies. Free download of the week comes from superbly named one-man project donkeydonker, whose sombre EP From The Haunted is perfect for a dreary January day and brings to mind the more downbeat side of American Football et al.
Our Sunday Affairs have launched vinyl preorders of their new album Cave, which come with an instant digital download. While test presses have sold out, you can still grab your choice of glossy green or a smooth grey and white split while they're still available available.