The album version of Dikembe's "That's How What Works" is now available to stream on Tiny Engines' Bandcamp page. Drew and I seem to be in agreement that Broad Shoulders is a record worth checking out.
The new Future of the Left record, The Plot Against Common Sense, is streaming here. Today is the first time I've listened to this band, but I recommend it for fans of noisy garage-esque type rock and roll. If you're looking to listen to a new band today, check it out and leave your thoughts in the replies.
Today we are streaming the track "Red Lights" from The Swellers recent 7" release Vehicle City Blues. Sure, we know the vinyl was released already, but who doesn't mind a little bit of The Swellers during their day? The band has a couple more weeks left of tour before they head back into the studio to record a new album. Head to the band's AP.net profile and leave your thoughts in the replies.
Paper + Plastick Records will releaseJon Snodgrass' new EP, More Buddies, More Fun, on July 10. They'll also be releasing a split from Tin Horn Prayer and Rob Huddleston on the same day. You can hear one new song from each of the bands in the replies.
You can stream a free Victory Records sampler in the replies. Most of the songs can be downloaded right there too. It features Comeback Kid and A Day To Remember...but it also features The Bunny The Bear and Emmure.
You can listen to Frank Ocean's new song, "Pyramids," in the replies. It was co-written by John Mayer and Mayer plays guitar on it. The song comes from Frank Ocean's new album, Channel Orange, due out July 17 via Def Jam.
Today, we are offering an exclusive download of a new Reactions' track called "The Missing." Stream and download it on their AP.net profile or in the replies. The band will release Archetypes with producer Dan Parker (A Change of Pace, The Summer Set) on June 19th.
It's never too late in the day to check out new music, right? With that in mind, we are now exclusively streaming Wintersleep's new album, Hello Hum, in its entirety on their AP.net profile. Biased as I may be as a fellow Canuck, Wintersleep are one of the best indie-rock bands making music right now, and most certainly one of the best that Canada has to offer. This new record is proof of that, as, despite how incredible the previous work is, the band has really outdone themselves this time. So without further ado, go take a listen to the album and let us know what you think. Enjoy.
Brendan Rivera is a former Absolute 100 pick who describes his music as "Irish-Americana indie rock." His new album, No Ocean in Ireland, comes out in June 12 via Veggie Co. Records, but you can stream it now on his AP.net profile. Keep an ear out for a piano part by The Starting Line's Brian Schmutz on "Sands of Ours." Recommended if you like Mumford & Sons, Good Old War and Jimmy Eat World. You can pick it up on vinyl here.
Today we are proud to stream a guaranteed summer pop-punk jam from Florida's own We Still Dream. "Copouts and Cover Ups" is from the band's upcoming 3 song EP dropping July 10th that will remind you a lot of pop-punk heavyweights like Fall Out Boy and Hit The Lights. You can listen to the track on the band's AP.net profile and leave your thoughts in the replies. If the song speaks to you in the way it did for me, there are pre-orders available here.
Via Coma is an experimental rock band from California that is about to release their debut album, Figures, on June 12th. Produced by Aaron Lunsford and Cody Bonnette of the band, As Cities Burn/Hawkboy, the band's sound reminds me of a mix between Muse and Death Cab For Cutie. A little weird? Yes, but it's totally awesome. Head to the band's AP.net profile to stream the track "Aquanota" and leave your thoughts in the replies.
Head to the replies to stream and download a new remix for Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros' "Man on Fire" from Little Daylight. The song comes from the band's new record, Here, which debuted in the top 10 of the charts this week and can be purchased on iTunes. Also in the replies, you can watch the band's performances of "Man On Fire" and "That's What's Up" on Jimmy Kimmel.
Today, we are stoked to premiere a new Groundbreaking Ceremony track called "Eleventh and Bleecker." Head to the replies or their AP.net Profile to hear it. The guys recorded their upcoming EP, Don't Tell Me What I Can't Do, with Paul Leavitt which drops June 12th.
Today, we are happy to premiere a new Time Will Tell song called "The Only Nights That Matter." Head to the replies or their AP.net Profile to stream it. The track comes from their upcoming EP, Reflection, which drops June 22nd. Find out more info on Facebook.