09:55 PM on 07/15/12
Small Band Round-UpKevin Lacerda last remaining original member of A Faylene Sky has left the band to join with former AFS members Dmitry Primerov, & Kris Sobanski. You can find their self titled EP on Itunes, check out a music video cover the band did of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" It Lives, It Breathes here.
has released a lyric video for "Second Best." Watch it Luke Davids here.
(ex-Westland, Waiting for a Miracle), released their debut LP via Clever Fables Bandcamp, called Ad Victoriam. RIYL; Fall Out Boy, Hit the Lights, New Found Glory.
has launched a Kickstarter project Thrift Store Talent for their new album Imitation Is the New Original. It's promotional, as a pledge of $1.00 will be rewarded with a full album download, and provisions are made for those who can't afford to pledge to download the album for free later on. HERE RIYL: Right Away, Great Captain!, Tigers On Trains, Bright Eyes, Ace Enders.
from Baltimore released a new single called "Hell." Listen Have Mercy here.
Boston-based gypsy-punk duo, The Wicked, have announced the release of their debut full-length album Never Trust The Dead. Due out August 9th via SwitchBitch Records, this genre-defying 10-track collection presents unique blend of inspiration, citing influences from The Dresden Dolls to Foxy Shazam. The band has released a 30-second teaser of their first single “Elevator” which can be heard here.
American indie pop band is releasing their debut mini-album Foreign Home How Strange the Night August 20, 2012 in the UK and August 21, 2012 in the US.
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