Here is my review of Osaka Popstar's debut, Osaka Popstar & the American Legends of Punk. This band features Dez Cadena (Black Flag), John Cafiero and Jerry Only (The Misfits), and Marky Ramone (The Ramones). The album released May 23rd on Rykodisc/Misfits Records.
On Wednesday night, I had the distinct pleasure of seeing Sub Pop Records' Rogue Wave open for The Stills here in Fort Lauderdale. About once a year, a band comes along and plays here that absolutely floors me. Last year, it was Jimmy Eat World's nearly two-hour headlining set, and this year it's shaping up to be the 12 songs/45 minutes that Rogue Wave played for. Playing a wide swath of songs from their 2005 release, Descended Like Vultures including "Publish My Love," "Bird on a Wire," "Love's Lost Guarantee," "California," and "You," the band turned the entire crowd into bona fide fans. With an electric live show that will make any self-respecting hipster weak at the knees, you owe it...
Hey everyone - because I love you all, I bought a block of internet access here in France to post my review of Eleventyseven's And the Land of Fake Believe. The album is out now on Flicker Records. Leave me some love/feedback in the replies.
I have just posted my review for Outside We Are Fine, the debut album from You In Series. The record is out in stores today, May 30th on Equal Vision. Please leave any feedback in the replies - thanks!
Hey everyone, I just posted my first review for AP of The Format's new album Dog Problems right here. The album is available for purchase and digital download right now by going to this page. Being that this is my first review for the site, I would love to get everyone's feedback on this. Also, you can check out Jason's earlier review here.
I've just posted a new review for Keasbey Nights, as performed by Streetlight Manifesto, right here. I am well aware that some will criticize me for writing what will be regarded as the "worst review ever", but I have acknowledged the words in which I place my agreement.
I just wrote a new review for One Second 2 Late's sophmore EP, From The Moon Down. You can check that out right here. Also, don't forget that we're currently featuring an exclusive track from the band on their AP.net profile.
I apologize for my lack of reviews lately, starting a label is ridiculously time-consuming. That being said, I've added a review for Hawk Nelson - Smile, It's the End of The World which can be viewed for your pleasure right here. The album is in stores now on Tooth & Nail Records.