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In the first Self Promotion Spotlight of the new year, I came across the wonderful Every Atlas, a three piece from California. The band's shaky, slightly fragile indie rock is quite reminiscent of Bad Books and Manchester Orchestra, and makes for quite an interesting midpoint between all out indie rock and and the indie folk sound which was a little prominent a few years ago. The band's new single "Fragile Bones" is name your price on their Bandcamp and their new album Older Oak is due out this Spring. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 01/05/14 - 10:10 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I happened upon a Long Island five piece Sunning. The post-hardcore band got together in 2012 and have just released their fourth release. The five track EP, Losing Youth is a blistering, sad collection of Touché Amore -esque epic post-hardcore which will tug at the coldest of heartstrings. Not only that, but it's 'name your price' on their Bandcamp, so there's no excuse to not check it out! Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 11/24/13 - 12:45 PM
This week on the Self Promotion Spotlight, I'm came across the wonderful New Manners. The indie-pop five-piece from Upland, CA have released their debut single, "Don't Mind It" and their self-titled debut EP is due Decemeber 3. The single is an upbeat cut of sophisticated and catchy indie with more than a hint of Bombay Bicycle Club to it. Have a listen to it here. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 11/17/13 - 08:57 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I came across Bombardier, a post-rock four piece from Virginia. They've just released their debut EP, You Don't Know How Lucky You Are , which is five tracks of epic sounding, instrumental prettiness. Bringing to mind the likes of Explosions In The Sky, Mogwai and The Appleseed Cast, Bombardier's debut is sure to win over any current post-rock fan. The EP is available as 'name your price' on their Bandcamp, so check it out! Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 11/10/13 - 12:54 PM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I came across Shore Acres Drive, a one man acoustic emo/punk band. Taking inspiration from the likes of Modern Baseball and Into It. Over It. and then adding an acoustic twist, the band's debut single "I Adjust" is both catchy and perfect for any angsty moment. Check out the single and a cover of Modern Baseball's "The Weekend" on the band's Bandcamp as 'name your price'. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 10/27/13 - 12:03 PM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I saw that the wonderful Gatherer are looking for a new vocalist. The NJ band released the amazing Between A Rock And A Sad Place earlier this year and are one of the best up and coming post-hardcore bands around today. If you're interested in joining the guys, check out what you need to do here. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 10/13/13 - 11:27 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I came across the chilled out, experimental indie rock of New Jersey four piece Goodbye Tiger. Their new EP, Who Do You Call Home?, is four tracks of exciting experimentation that brings to mind earlier music from Foals and all of those super hip bands that that cute guy in your class, with the skinny jeans and Dinosaur Jr tee collection, listens to. If you want to win over his heart, have a listen to the EP on their Bandcamp. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 09/29/13 - 01:18 PM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I found the wonderful Microwave. Microwave are a melodic post-hardcore band from Georgia who have just released their third EP, When The Fever Breaks, as 'name your price' through their Bandcamp. If you like Taking Back Sunday or the idea of Jimmy Eat World with a bit more edge, Microwave are the band for you. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 09/22/13 - 10:06 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Spotlight, I encountered Barricades, a pop-rock five piece from Boston. Their new album, With Perfect Aim is a clean-cut, catchy journey into pop-rock with hints of Jimmy Eat World, Futures, Fall Out Boy and Minus The Bear. Stream the record on their Bandcamp and get your sugary fix. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 09/15/13 - 02:39 PM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I came across a post from Mark Garza, the co-owner of Funeral Sounds Records and music blog. Mark is a very good friend of mine and, despite being only fifteen years old, he's doing great things for the music scene with Funeral Sounds. Head over to the label's Bandcamp where great records from the likes of nouns, Surgery In An Opera and Charlotte Light and Dark are available as 'name your price' and check out their blog which covers a lot of little emo and post-hardcore bands. Because of his mantra of trying to cover pretty much every submission he gets and because he's just a really nice guy, make sure you support Mark's work if you like either the...
Kelly Doherty on 09/08/13 - 06:25 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I found one of my favourite bands in the forum in recent times. Greaver are a four piece post-hardcore band from North Carolina who easily fall in to the emo world. Their recent debut EP, Clockwork, Creatures, is an intense emotional rollercoaster filled with urgent screams and epic instrumentation. Bringing to mind State Faults, Greaver have already created a thrilling, outstanding EP despite their musical youth. The EP is available as 'name your price' on their Bandcamp. Check them out, you won't regret it. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the...
Kelly Doherty on 09/01/13 - 11:58 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I came across a band I've been quite a fan of for some time now. Smalls is a five piece pop-punk band hailing from Los Angeles whose female fronted, raw sound makes them stand out from their identikit peers.Their recent EP, Expecting The Worse perfectly showcases the band's pop sensibilities alongside their D.I.Y, punky aesthetic. Expecting The Worse is available as 'name your price' on their Bandcamp. Give a couple of years and Smalls will be very, very big... (ahem). Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 08/25/13 - 10:14 AM
In a slight change from the normal, this week I came across a book on the Self Promotion Forum. Titled Play Me Like Your Favorite Record and written by AP member, Nathan Thomas (luckisoverrated), the novel follows three friends on their adventure in re-staking their claim on their local music scene. Inspired by this particular thread the book is bound to appeal to all of us who spend so much time on the AP forums. Nathan has posted up an excerpt on the Self Promotion Forum and if you need a little more insight into the book just PM him and he'll provide the first three chapters for free. If you like, you can buy the book here. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight?...
Kelly Doherty on 08/18/13 - 08:33 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I discovered an eighteen track compilation released by Chords For Cures. The compilation is 'name your price' on the organisations' Bandcamp, however all proceeds go to TACA (Talk About Curing Autism). The compilation is filled with fairly unknown bands, however there's something for everyone on here; whether it be the female fronted pop punk of Kick Back Tomorrow, the noodly emo of Those Galloping Hordes or the country rock of The Band Of Rivals. Great music, great cause. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 08/11/13 - 07:45 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I found the excellent Pillow Talk. Hailing from Memphis, Tennessee, the band features members of the lovely Looking For Alaska but have changed from the alt-rock tinged pop punk of LFA to a far more subdued, emo affair. Their recent singles "Never Made It Home" and "Selfless" have the feel of Moving Mountains hanging out with Brand New in Count Your Lucky Stars' office. Their music is available as 'name your price' on their Bandcamp. I can almost guarantee that if you're still reading, you'll like these guys. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the...
Kelly Doherty on 08/04/13 - 07:54 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I discovered the lovely Keeler. I'm super excited about them and despite the fact that they have only released two tracks (both of which are available for free on their Bandcamp.), they've already got the modern emo sound nailed. Their new single "Shoot The Jay", from their upcoming EP, sounds quite a bit like Snowing and their overall vibe is jazzy modern emo. Download their two songs and get stoked for their EP, Too Old To Believe In Ghosts, which will be released in September. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 07/28/13 - 06:48 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I found the excellent In Wrecks, a post-hardcore four piece hailing from Glasgow. The band have just put out the wonderfully exhilarating Creation Myths EP, five tracks of high speed, massive sounding, 90s emo tinged post hardcore, via Struggletown Records. If you're a fan of Glassjaw crossed with Sunny Day Real Estate, you'll love these guys and their new EP is 'name your price' on their Bandcamp. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 07/14/13 - 08:10 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Spotlight I found the lovely Friend Skeletons, an indie tinged punk band from Providence. The band incorporate math-y twinkles, catchy melodies and a general punk vibe into their music and their distinct vocals and organic feel are highly striking. If The Gaslight Anthem and American Football combined, the product could sound a little like this. Download their new EP People on their Bandcamp as 'name your price'. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 07/07/13 - 02:08 PM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I discovered the lovely Townhouses, an emo/post-hardcore four piece from Southampton, PA. Townhouses have a fresh, modern emo feel but with the occasional dalliance with 90s indie rock and post-rock. If Moving Mountains were an emo band, Townhouses would certainly be on the same footing as them. Their recent EP, Keepsakes is available on their Bandcamp as 'name your price', so there's no excuse to not check them out! Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 06/30/13 - 10:25 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I found the excellent Home Of The Useless. Home Of The Useless play alternative rock which has more than slight leanings towards post-hardcore and would be perfect for fans of Thrice. Download their EP, Happy, for free from their Bandcamp. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 06/23/13 - 02:54 PM
After a little bit of a break, the Self Promotion Spotlight is back with an emo tinged bang in the form of Massachusetts' Companion. The band are built up around one dude and a wonderfully amicable form of emo. If you like your emo to have a catchy, almost pop-punk-like edge, you'll love Companion. Recommended for fans of Owen, Transit's Listen And Forgive and general endearing earnestness. Download their new EP Broken Stories as 'name your price' here. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 06/16/13 - 04:03 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I came across an independent record label called Enjoyment Records. The label is based in the UK and puts out releases from wonderful bands who are just under the radar, such as Indian Taker, Things Fall Apart and Nai Harvest. Despite the incredible eclecticism of its releases, every band they deal with is highly skilled at their trade and this is certainly a label to collect every record from. Whether you're a fan of super heavy stuff or an emo kid, Enjoyment Records is obliging. To get a taste, check out their free sampler here. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and...
Kelly Doherty on 04/28/13 - 02:09 PM
On the Self Promotion Forum this week, one can find the lovely Time Travels. Initially Frank McGinnis' solo act, the group recently expanded to a full band, and are all the better for it. The band have a incredibly pleasant indie-folk sound which could easily translate both to the hipster set and mainstream radio. If you're a fan of Joshua Radin, Yellowbirddd and artists of their ilk, Time Travels will be right up your street. Best of all, the entirety of their back catalog is free on Bandcamp, so there's lots of music to get you acquainted with the band before their upcoming LP this April. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an...
Kelly Doherty on 03/24/13 - 01:06 PM
This week on the Self Promotion Spotlight, one can find Day Dreamer an emo tinged pop punk band from Illinois and Wisconsin. They've just released their Best Wishes EP which is 'name your price' on their Bandcamp. They have a similar vibe to a looser version of Title Fight and are definitely worth a spin. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 03/17/13 - 11:57 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, one can find the excellent Open To Fire. The five piece, hailing from Birmingham, UK, play punk tinged indie rock which should be popular among fans of The Gaslight Anthem. Their recent self titled EP is basically five tracks of catchy, all moods suited rock and what's more, it's free on their Bandcamp. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 03/10/13 - 07:05 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Spotlight, I happened across Glory Beyond Zero, a wonderful pop rock band from LA. The band are on the verge of releasing their debut album and their recent single "Reasons To Stay" promises that these guys are going to blow up with their catchy, fresh sound and sheer singalong-ability. Sounding a little like Yellowcard, Anberlin and bands of their ilk, Glory Beyond Zero are perfect for anyone who's been missing Futures since they disbanded. Check out their single here. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 03/03/13 - 06:29 AM
Who doesn't love compilations? Or folk-punk? Or free music? Or free folk-punk compilations? Well, this week on the Self Promotion Forum, one can find the wonderful Folk-O-Rama: Volume Two, a free compilation of nineteen ramshackle, acoustic based punk songs. Filled with bands such as Oklahoma Car Crash, Kyle Hall, Bogsey And The Argonauts and many more, it's a must have for fans of Ramshackle Glory, Kimya Dawson, et al. Get it here. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 02/24/13 - 08:59 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, you can find the wonderful Class Picture. The Baltimore pop punk/hardcore group deal in the same sounds as Title Fight and Have Heart, and have a refreshing 'rough around the edges' feel to them. Their entire back catalog is 'name your price' on Bandcamp, so there's no excuse to not check them out! Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 02/17/13 - 04:07 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum one may happen across the excellent Ivy Dye. The Chicago band have just released the Continuations EP, four wonderful tracks of indie rock tinged with electronica and it's available as 'name your price' on their Bandcamp. If you're a fan of Cloud Nothings, Passion Pit or Wild Nothing, these guys are right up your alley. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 02/10/13 - 03:35 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Spotlight the excellent Tarantulahawk can be found. The band deal in rabble rousing midwest emo that brings to mind Hot Rod Circuit, if Hot Rod Circuit were an emo band. Their most recent split ...Happy Again is superb and also features Cardinal, a similarly great band. The split is available as 'name your price' on Bandcamp. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 02/03/13 - 03:48 AM
This week in the Self Promotion Forum, one can find the wonderfully heavy Native Wildlife. The five piece from Boston create noises that bring to mind the likes of Defeater and they are one of the best up and coming heavy bands around. Their EP, Blackwood is currently available as ‘name your price’ on their Bandcamp page and I highly recommend that any fan of metal or post-hardcore check these guys out, as you certainly won’t regret it. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 01/27/13 - 03:57 AM
The Self Promotion Forum this week holds the wonderful Grandview. The band deal in good old-fashioned hard edged pop punk which displays both intelligence and intense likability. These guys are the sort of band who could easily earn fans of all of the genres, with their sound featuring touches of emo, pop rock and pretty much everything. Get in on this; their EP is 'name your price' on their Bandcamp. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 01/20/13 - 04:46 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum, I discovered the wonderful Breath Of An Epoch. The Illinois three piece deal mostly in extremely lo-fi, noodly emo that features quite distinct screamy vocals. Imagine a band along the lines of Midwest Pen Pals and then make them even more lo-fi, and you've got these guys. All of their music is 'name your price' on Bandcamp so there's no excuse to not check them out! Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 01/13/13 - 02:40 AM
This week on the Self Promotion Forum I happened across George Gadd, a folk punk singer songwriter from Birmingham, UK. Sounding a little like a looser version of Frank Turner, George Gadd will easily strum his way into the hearts of many with his simple instrumentation, catchy tunes and intelligent lyrics. He's just released a Christmas covers EP featuring covers of The Front Bottoms, Japandroids and more and all of his music is available as 'name your price' on his Bandcamp. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy, just sign up for an AbsolutePunk.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Kelly Doherty on 01/06/13 - 04:13 AM
In the spirit of the holiday season and in light of the the recent tragedy in Newtown, CT, this week's Self Promotion Spotlight does not highlight a band, but rather a cause. Chords for Cures is a Philadelphia-based nonprofit that books concerts, with all proceeds benefiting children's charities in and around the Philadelphia area. The company, which recently came off a three-year hiatus, has its first concert in four years on Dec. 21. For more information about the show, visit the Facebook page. A pay-what-you want compilation of 24 songs from the company's five-year pre-hiatus run is available at their Bandcamp page. Interested in being a part of the Self-Promotion Spotlight. It's...
Gregory Robson on 12/15/12 - 10:26 PM
After a three-week layoff (okay, maybe it was four), the Self-Promotion Spotlight returns with singer/songwriter Jenna Murphy.The New Jersey-based chanteuse just released a Christmas EP and swims in the same waters as Ingrid Michaelson, Schuyler Fisk, Rosi Golan and Shawn Colvin. Head to her site for a free download of her self-titled EP. Want to be featured in the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy. Just sign up for an AP.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Gregory Robson on 12/02/12 - 05:58 AM
This morning's edition of the Self-Promotion Spotlight features Michigan's Skyway Traffic. The band cites the Hopeless Records roster and Katy Perry as influences. Head to the replies for a lyric video of lead single "First Class Liar." For what it's worth, I'm not sure I've heard catchier songs in the last two or three weeks. Want to be featured in the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy. Just sign up for an AP.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Gregory Robson on 11/11/12 - 06:12 AM
This week's edition of the Self-Promotion Spotlight features Buffalo, NY's The Traditional. Their style of indie alt.rock is not unlike Seahaven, All Get Out, Manchester Orchestra or Balance and Composure. Their new EP You Can't Rebuild Forever will be released on Halloween. For more information on the band, head to their Bandcamp. Want to be featured in the Self-Promotion Spotlight? It's easy. Just sign up for an AP.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Gregory Robson on 10/28/12 - 05:47 AM
Today's edition of the Self-Promotion Spotlight focuses on Las Vegas, NV's Avalon Landing. The quintet, which has been making music since 2003 (under the moniker Standard of Living) is currently in the pre-production phase of their as-yet untitled sophomore album. The piano-poppers play music not unlike Jack's Mannequin, My Favorite Highway and The Fray. Head to the replies to hear their song "The Cure." For more information on being the featured Self-Promotion Spotlight band/artist, sign up for an AP.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Gregory Robson on 10/14/12 - 05:43 AM
Today's edition of the Self-Promotion Spotlight highlights Tampa, FL's Red Room Cinema. This duo, which has been making music since 2004, just released their newest album Apsis on New Granada Records. The post-rock outfit plays music that is equal parts uplifting, searing and memorable. Fans of Isis, Maserati, Mogwai and Tristeza will certainly find a kinship with this sun-drenched duo. For more information on being the featured Self-Promotion Spotlight band/artist, sign up for an AP.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Gregory Robson on 09/30/12 - 11:18 AM
Today's self-promotion spotlight is a twofer, courtesy of drummer/mixing engineer Alex Dobbert. His contributions to Nashville singer/songwriter Ernest Young's soaring anthem "No Man's Land," seems like a fine place to start this Sunday morning. "No Man's Land," is a radio single just waiting to be heard/found. Head to Ernest's Bandcamp to hear the song. For more information on being the featured Self-Promotion Spotlight band/artist, sign up for an AP.net account and post in the Self-Promotion forum.
Gregory Robson on 09/16/12 - 07:51 AM
Today's edition of the Self-Promotion Spotlight features Like Fires, a jittery indie-rock quintet from Shrewsbury, United Kingdom. Though the band only has one song up for download at present, they are readying a release later this year. Regardless, "Youth," is the sound of a band that knows its way around a song and veritable proof that this quintet is on the precipice of something truly indelible. Want a chance at getting your band featured here? Sign up for an AP.net account and make a thread about your band/project in the Self-Promotion Forum.
Gregory Robson on 09/09/12 - 07:34 AM
This week's edition of the Self-Promotion Spotlight highlights Norway post-rockers Caves of Steel. The group tows the line somewhere between Mogwai, Sigur Ros and Red Sparrowes. Head to the replies to hear their song "Last Citizen of the USSR." Want a chance at getting your band featured here? Sign up for an AP.net account and make a thread about your band/project in the Self-Promotion Forum.
Gregory Robson on 08/19/12 - 09:09 AM
After a five-month layoff, the Self-Promotion Spotlight is back in a big way.

Kids With Torches is a self-described "sophisti-pop" band from the southeastern edge of the United Kingdom that employs cinematic, electro-indie elements. The band has just released their seven song EP Carried Over Trees and hot damn if it isn't something. Each of the seven songs are pensive, wholly consuming, and undeniably gorgeous. Anyone who enjoys Radiohead, Elbow or Blue Nile should find something to like here. The album is available for free at the group's Bandcamp page. Want a chance at getting your band featured here? Sign up for an AP.net account and make a thread about your band/project in the
Gregory Robson on 08/12/12 - 06:32 AM
Recently I browsed AP.net's Self Promotion Forum and found CATERPILLARS, an indie/dreampop band from Dallas, TX. If you've been following my tastes and/or reviews lately, you'd know that it wasn't hard for me to fall in love with them as they're similar to Mew and Weaver At The Loom. New material is coming soon; they recently posted a new song titled "Figure 8". Want a chance at getting your band featured here? Sign up for an AP.net account and make a thread about your band/project in the Self-Promotion Forum.
Sean Rizzo on 02/12/12 - 09:28 PM

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