Future performed "March Madness," LeBron's favorite song - and potentially the greatest song of all time (one man's opinion) - at last night's Streamy Awards, which is apparently an awards show for online video that we are now supposed to be watching. Check out the performance in the replies, which features video from protests in Ferguson and Baltimore, via Vulture.
July will be performing an acoustic version of "What We Signed Up For" on Canada's "Breakfast Television" tomorrow morning - it's the Canadian version of Good Morning America. In addition, the band will be heading out on a short tour in February with SayWeCanFly. Dates can be found below.
Newly-reinstated ska legends Madness have made their forthcoming live performance recordings available for pre-order. The recordings, which are scheduled to be released with individual artwork in deluxe, double disc packaging, are limited to a mere 1000 copies per performance. For more instructions, as well as information on how to place your order, please visit this link.
Madness are currently hard-at-work on their first full-length release since 1999's Wonderful.
Tonight, be sure to tune in to PunkRadioCast at 8pm ET for a live performance from the Mad Caddies recorded this past May, in which the band performs two, brand new songs entitled "Backyard" and "Without You."
Steel Train's performance from their stop at the Bonnaroo Music Festival is up for download over at kickasstunes.net. The set includes five new songs and a cover of Wilco's "I Got You (At The End Of The Century)."
The Spores will be performing two live acoustic songs tomorrow on LA's indie radio station 103.1 FM. You will be able to listen in to the performance here. The Spores' new album, Imagine the Future, is in stores now.
The Early November are playing a FREE instore and having a signing this Wednesday at the Virgin Megastore Orlando at Downtown Disney. They play at 7:00 PM and there will be a fan signing afterwards. The guys will be playing as a full band, and will be playing a lot of new songs that no one has heard live yet. This is very short notice so if your coming, bring all your friends.. even tell people you dont like to come and hang out with the band!
Fenix Tx recently took some time out from writing their new, yet to be titled album to give a special exclusive performance to Rehearsals.com. Check out a video of Fenix Tx performing "Phoebe Cates" live with Ilan Rubin on drums and a brief article on the band here. The band will be doing 3 Southern California headlining shows in April to debut a few of their new songs; the dates are below:
Nightmare Of You will be taping a TV show in Los Angeles on February 23rd called CD USA. NOY fans can come to the show for free! So if you are in the Los Angeles area, be sure to write this on your calendar! Details: Tickets are free. The show tapes in Hollywood at Tribune studios (5800 Sunset Blvd) and the arrival time is 4:30 PM. The minimum age to attend the show is 16. All dress code information and general disclaimers are on the ticket.
June will be doing an instore performance at Tower Records in Schaumburg, IL near Chicago on Februrary 2nd. The Tower is at 1209 E. Golf Rd. The band wants to get as many of their Chicago fans to come hang out as possible. It starts at 7pm so get there early, the guys have some other surprises in store so be sure to check it out if you're in the area.