Update: The chat is now over. We'd like to thank Josh for taking part in this tonight. Be sure to check out the volunteer organization he works with, Camp Chesed, and show your support. If you ever have any questions for him in the future, feel free to contact him on this site through his username, Josh818.
At approximately 9 p.m. EST, Joshua Hay will be chatting in this thread. Come in and talk about his work with MTV, his charity work with Camp Chesed, his tenure with Hopeless Records, band management, or anything related to marketing. Heck, you can even talk about a shared love for Thursday. Or ask for love life advice. Or you can just say hello. This guy's got a lot going...
Joshua Hay will be chatting tomorrow on AP.net at approximately 9 p.m. EST. He is currently employed by MTV but worked for Hopeless Records in the past and was responsible for the Take Action! compilation, among other duties. You can read more about him here. Bring questions about how to break into the music industry, the role of the Internet in marketing, or just stop by and say hello. He's a pretty nice guy.
Ian Harrison of the Take Action! tour and Hopeless Records will be chatting in this thread at approximately 9:00 p.m. EST. Come on in to find out more about the Take Action! tour, how marketing in the music industry works, or just say hello.
Ian Harrison, Marketing Director at Hopeless Records, will be chatting tonight at 9 p.m. EST on AP.net. Stop by to learn more about his role in the upcoming Take Action! tour, marketing in the music industry, or just to say hello.
Kaddisfly is re-releasing their first full-length, Did You Know People Could Fly? Preorder starts the last week in November. The band has also posted "Manhattan Loves You" off the album on their myspace.
The Dangerous Summer have cancelled the remainder of their upcoming tour dates. The act are expected to release a statement regarding the retractions shortly. The outfit released their latest effort, If You Could Only Keep Me Alive, earlier this year courtesy of Hopeless Records.
The Human Abstract will enter the studio early next year to record their next full-length release, from which the group promises "a classical route with more string orchestration." The outfit are currently supporting their latest effort, Nocturne, which is available now courtesy of Hopeless Records.
The Dangerous Summer have welcomed Etay Pisano (Aberdien) to their ranks, in replacement of former guitarist Bryan Czap. Pisano is scheduled to perform with the group on all of their upcoming tour dates.
In celebration of Hopeless/Sub City Records donating over one million dollars to charity through releases and tours, a special event will be held on August 26th at The Troubadour in Hollywood featuring performances from All Time Low and Amber Pacific. Tickets are $15 and there are only 200 available, so if you're interested, head here to purchase them.
Watch as All Time Low perform yet another new song entitled "Remembering Sunday" in the replies, on which the quartet are joined by Juliet Simms of Clearwater, Florida-based rock outfit Automatic Loveletter.
Royden has unveiled the schedule for their forthcoming headlining tour, on which the Hopeless Records act will be joined by support acts Peachcake and The High Court. You can find the tour's complete itinerary here.
I'm sure not enough of you have taken advantage of this great deal yet, so I'm going to mention it one last time. Hopeless Records have marked all of their full-length CDs down to $5 each, and all samplers to $1. On top of these great prices, they're offering free shipping. For a label with such an extensive catalog (the sale covers Hopeless, Sub City, and Hopeless Distribution), pretty much anyone can find some music worth picking up. Just remember to hurry up. The sale ends tomorrow!