"Now when I listen to a really good song, I start nodding my head, like I'm saying 'yeeess' to every beat. Yes Yes Yes, this rocks. And then sometimes I switch it up like. No, No, No! Don't stop-a-rockin'!" - Homer Simpson on how to properly rock out.
Adam PfleiderGirlfight's Real Spite; Converge's All We Love We Leave Behind; go see Circa Survive's tour and get there early to see every band.
Jake DenningIf you aren't listening to Lower Than Atlantis's new album, Changing Tune, do so NOW, contender for AOTY. Also, head over to NPR to listen to the...
Adam Pfleider on 10/06/12 - 10:37 PM
Better theme song: "Ninja Rap" by Vanilla Ice or "Addams Groove" by M.C. Hammer? Answer: No theme song will ever be better than "Hey Sandy" by Polaris.
Adam PfleiderMilanKu's Pris à la Gorge; Caspian's Waking Season; Hostage Calm's Please Remain Calm!
BlakeSummer Heart's About A Feeling for smooth electro jams and Caspian's Waking Season for super serious life-affirming jams and Seapony's Falling for lady-fronted indie jams.
Kyle HuntingtonListen to Lucy Rose's debut album, Like I Used To, to welcome in the Autumn/Fall perfectly.
Alex DiVincenzoOne Big Happy!, the three-way split between Bowling For Soup, Patent Pending and The Dollyrots, is a lot of fun.
Deborah RemusOff With Their Heads'...
Adam Pfleider on 09/29/12 - 09:11 PM
Hey! When can I get a Punk Goes Nu-Metal?! Kudos to the band that gets "It's Been Awhile" as their track.
Adam PfleiderCaspian's Waking Season.
Alex DiVincenzoThe Offspring's Americana was my first CD when I was 9. It opened the door to punk rock for me, so I guess you could say it changed my life. Somehow I had never seen them until a couple weeks ago, and shooting them was a cool, nostalgic experience. Look at my photos here.
Kelly DohertyThe Little Indians' An Album From The Little Indians has been making me happy all week (read my review of it here), Joie De Vivre's We're All Better Than This and I've been chronologically making my way through the joy that is Bright Eyes' back catalog.
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Adam Pfleider on 09/23/12 - 12:08 AM
Who's going to step up and be the My Bloody Valentine of hip-hop? Remember, it only counts if you bankrupt a label in the process.
Adam PfleiderSunny Day Real Estate's How It Feels to Be Something On; Grizzly Bear's Shields; KARP's Self-titled LP
Dre Jean Grae's "Kill Screen"; my current reviews of Birds In Row and Propagandhi; and lots of Parks and Recreation.
Alex DiVincenzoJunior Battles, A Wilhelm Scream, Less Than Jake
Deborah RemusCheck out Billy Talent's Dead Silence and our interview with Ian. This record definitely has some of the band's best songs yet.
Kyle Huntington Celebrating the Mercury Prize nominations by listening to Jessie Ware - Devotion, (alt-J) - An Awesome Wave, Ben...
Adam Pfleider on 09/15/12 - 11:27 PM
"Why do you need new bands? Everyone knows rock attained perfection in 1974. It's a scientific fact." - Homer Simpson
Adam PfleiderChelsea Wolfe's Ἀποκάλυψις; Cloud Nothings' Attack on Memory; Innards' I've Lost Everything (stream here)
Drew BeringerI am really into the new Casket Lottery album Real Fear.
Alex DiVincenzoI've been rocking a lot of Chiodos since I filmed their set.
Kyle HuntingtonYoung Colossus - Young Colossus, Cat Power - Sun and Celebrity Masterchef UK, just because I'm a sucker for that show.
Deborah RemusCheck out the new Propagandhi record if you still haven't yet.
Craig ManningRobert Francis'Strangers in the First Place, Matchbox Twenty'sNorth, Michael McDermott's Hit...
Adam Pfleider on 09/09/12 - 12:05 AM
"And the whole purpose of the absurd, mechanically persistent involvement with recorded music is the pursuit of that priceless moment. So it's not exactly that records might unhinge the mind, but rather that if anything is going to drive you up the wall it might as well be a record.” - Lester Bangs
Adam PfleiderHostage Calm's Please Remain Calm! and Basement's colourmeinkindness.
Drew BeringerThe new Converge album All We Love We Leave Behind might be the best heavy album I've heard all year.
Dre Okorley Check out Propagandhi's Failed States and Birds In Row's You, Me, & The Violence
Deborah RemusJust got back from BC and I've been listening to lots of Matthew Good Band and Living With...
Adam Pfleider on 09/02/12 - 12:29 AM
When do we ever really have to say something?
BlakeYoung Statues' self-titled record is such an understated joy. Their brand of thoughtful pop-rock is not just mesmerizing, it's cathartic. Other than that, it's been a steady stream of Junior Astronomers and Harrison Hudson after seeing the Ap.net sponsored Favorite Gentlemen Tour.
Jack Appleby New Roy English is a jam. Lots of Matt Embree over the last few days after his acoustic set this weekend - it's unreal how smooth he is. Plus Bedlight For Blue Eyes found its way back to my headphones.
ThomasI got the chance to hang out at the Hopeless Records offices when I was in Los Angeles last week, so I've been listening to a lot of their...
Blake Solomon on 08/25/12 - 10:45 PM
"If ignorance is bliss why aren't there more happy people in the world, then?" - Stephen Fry
Kyle HuntingtonGetting very excited for Reading Festival in the UK next weekend which sees the likes of The Cure, The Maccabees, Graham Coxon, The Cribs and more of my favourites playing. Also, continually watching QI, Stephen Fry In America, Last Chance To See and anything else Stephen Fry whilst reading David Attenborough's Life On Air autobiography.
Deborah RemusCheck out Masked Intruder, who just released a super fun pop-punk record. I also revisited Timeshares' Bearable this week.
Matthew TsaiLike Lucero, Drive-By Truckers and '90's rock? Better get on Jr. Juggernaut. Their upcoming album...
Kyle Huntington on 08/19/12 - 07:17 AM
"Now, here are some of your no-name bands. Sonic Youth? Nine Inch Nails? Hullabalooza?" - Homer Simpson. We love our no-name bands. We pick 100 you should be familiar with every year.
Adam PfleiderWatching The Inbetweeners and Fresh Meat and only speaking in British slang afterward. Also Daisy Your Favorite Weapon. Fight me.
Alex DiVincenzoMayhem Festival. Once a maggot, always a maggot.
Ryan GardnerRelient K and Go Radio
BlakeBreaking Bad and Hop Along for female-fronted emo-indie and Sport for French-accented twinkle.
Jack Appleby Loyal Wife's Faux Light, Quiett Dog's Rough Drafts (Ryan Hunter's new project), Go Radio's Close The Distance and Moonrise Kingdom.
Kyle HuntingtonAnything and...
Adam Pfleider on 08/11/12 - 10:31 PM
Well it was a big to-do.
BlakeI got into a weird and oddly philosophical (for me, at least) conversation about Weezer the other day, and have been spinning them non-stop. The Blue Album, Pinkerton, Raditude and Maladroit, to be exact. Lots of great stuff, and "Trampoline" from Death to False Metal is also a gem. Never been a big fan, but I'm digging now, especially after engrossing myself in lots of backstory. Love it when that happens.
Ryan GardnerSleeping With Sirens, The Moon Is Down obviously, Handwritten, and The American Scene. Oh and I'm super late on this, but seriously, go listen to The Front Bottoms now.
Adam Pfleidercloakroom consists of three factory workers from the Region.
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Blake Solomon on 08/04/12 - 10:13 PM
"And since this new generation was born into post-modern anything, they are wilder and more fearless than anything you’ve ever dealt with. But remind yourselves: Youth isn’t king. Content is king...Age doesn’t matter anymore. It’s all about what you have to say and what you’re going to say..." - Patton Oswalt
Adam PfleiderMy favorite records of 2012 are Unwound's New Plastic Ideas and Pedro the Lion's Control
Keagan IlvonenPassion Pit's Gossamer, The Format and Workaholics.
Kyle Huntington(alt-J) - An Awesome Wave...one of my favourite albums of 2012.
Dre OkorleyThe Great Outdoors - The EP
Alex DiVincenzoI couldn't wait for the summer and the Warped Tour.
Adam Pfleider on 07/29/12 - 01:02 AM
Barbershop is in danger of growing stale. I'm taking it to strange new places.
Adam PfleiderMountain Man's Two and Alta's Places
BlakePassion Pit's Gossamer is a weird, catchy ride through the life of a very tragic figure. Glocca Morra's Just Married has turned the corner for me, and stands a good chance at being one of the year's best twinkly albums.
Ryan GardnerHandwritten and The Dark Knight Rises. Nothing more needs to be said.
Keagan IlvonenThe Dark Night Rises, State Champs' new EP, Breaking Bad, the new Passion Pit record and Teddy Geiger.
Dre OkorleyGreat Outdoors and MxPx live
Adam Pfleider on 07/21/12 - 10:20 PM
Do Tyga's beats sound like Liars put them together? No? Just me then? Well, I wish The Dark Knight Rises would come out already. I think you'd agree with me on that one at least.
Adam PfleiderBrighter Arrows' Division and What it is to Abide; Fell to Low's The Frontier Wit; Death Grips
Jack Appleby Hail The Sun's Elephantitus, Sequels' Introvert, and Third Eye Blind's debut record (which I will have a retro review for Monday).
Dre OkoMxPx as the Dead Milkmen, Joey Bada$$.
Ryan GardnerI Call Fives' s/t and The Tower and the Fool's How Long
Alex DiVincenzoThe Early November, I Call Fives, The Front Bottoms, Breaking Bad
Adam Pfleider on 07/14/12 - 09:54 PM
Does anyone else think that Lionel Ritchie's "Hello" is as creepy as Brand New's "Me vs. Maradona vs. Elvis" or is it just me?
Adam PfleiderLast weekend I saw Dead Sara destroy Warped Tour. Also reaffirmed my love for Taking Back Sunday and Every Time I Die.
Drew BYou can find my weekly recs here
BlakeThe Hood Internet's latest mixtape (#6) is a real treat featuring Ma$e, Snoop Dogg, Taio Cruz, Sisqo, The Lion King and many, many, many, many more. Also, King Tuff is some good ol' rock 'n roll.
Ryan GardnerWarped Tour, Yellowcard's Southern Air, The Early November's In Currents, and Pierce The Veil's Collide with the Sky. Those three records on repeat all week. So good. Also, I saw The...
Adam Pfleider on 07/07/12 - 10:20 PM
Whoops, it's Sunday. Ever have those moments when you're like, "I know it's definitely a specific day of the week in which I do a specific thing, but I'm not sure what day it is or what the thing I always do is."? Ever have those moments? You do! That's great. (Well, it's not great, but whatever). We are totally bonding over our somewhat sad and very premature memory problem. We can start a support group. Friend me on Friendster.
BlakeI'm listening to Wolves At The Gates' new album Captors and it's pretty much exactly what I expected. Loud, religious (probably) and pretty fun. I've also re-found Saosin's self-titled record this week. "Sleepers" is such a jam. Happy early 4th of July.
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Blake Solomon on 07/01/12 - 10:31 AM
The other night I saw a blind guy get helped up by a crowd to crowd-surf and then helped back down. He was going hard in the pit the whole time. It was a beautiful thing to witness. My jazz history professor in college once told me to think of music without the visuals. Keep your eyes closed most of the week while listening - well, unless you're driving.
Adam PfleiderSupport your favorite bands.
Christian WagnerToday I'm going to work out to Touché Amore and This Is Hell.
Alex DiVincenzoCasey Jones, Reel Big Fish, New Found Glory, Motion City Soundtrack
Kyle HuntingtonPurity Ring, Poliça and Cat Power.
BlakeI met Driver Friendly last night. Their album, Bury A Dream, is good, but they are...
Adam Pfleider on 06/23/12 - 11:37 PM
Wait, so Carly Rae Jepsen isn't playing Warped Tour? Then who is?
Adam PfleiderFang Island's Major and Pswingset's All Our False Starts will be rotated regularly this summer.
Thomas NassiffFlatfoot 56, Pentimento and Yellowcard. That is all.
Dre OkorleyStop Breathing -- nardcore.
Jack Appleby Completely blown away by the Thank You Scientist record - Prog with horns, viola, and trumpet. Fantastic release.
Kyle HuntingtonFuelling the already blazing fire of adoration for David Attenborough by watching BBC's Life in HD. 2:54's debut album too.
Christian WagnerFor those that don't know....H2O GO!
Alex DiVincenzoHappy father's day!
BlakeBasically only the song "The One With Marc" by You Blew It!...
Adam Pfleider on 06/16/12 - 11:14 PM
Keep Calm and Carry On (My Wayward Son).
Adam PfleiderKanye West's "Mercy" has got me swerving all week. Grizzly Bear's "Sleeping Ute" has got my anticipation heightened even more for their new album. Also found out what punk really means a decade later.
Alex DiVincenzoFour words: Jersey Shore Shark Attack.
Ryan GardnerJohn Mayer's Battle Studies, Misser, The Horrible Crowes, and The Tower and the Fool
Jake DenningLike it or not, The Gunz Show broadcasts every Wednesday and Sunday night, 6pm PST/9pm EST on Idobi Radio. He plays a lot of All Time Low, The Maine, The Summer Set and The Wonder Years. I have a lot of fun listening to his random shenanigans, so check him out. You can listen on...
Adam Pfleider on 06/09/12 - 09:36 PM
Hi, and welcome to the part of your day/night where you look below and see me talking about Japandroids. And then look below and see other people hopefully talking about Japandroids. Or, maybe someone's talking about how the season premiere of Workaholics was just sort of ok, other than the line about ice being the currency of the future. So many possibilities! And apparently all of them are somehow connected to me!
BlakeJapandroids have brought the fury with Celebration Rock. I always wonder what straight-up rock record is going to headbutt me each year, and I think I have now found that album. It's great. Duh. I also think that The Tallest Man On Earth's new one, There's No Leaving Now,...
Blake Solomon on 06/02/12 - 10:24 PM
I hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend. Is it summer yet?
Adam PfleiderListening to a lot of Unwound lately, but then I received Duck. Little Brother, Duck!'s Don't Take Our Filth Away, and it's been on repeat since Thursday.
Jason TateHmmm, that new John Mayer album is pretty damn good. I also didn't hate "Safe House" (the movie), and thought "Tree of Life" was a damn masterpiece if you haven't seen it yet.
Alex DiVincenzoI finally got my Blink 182 tattoo, so I've been listening to a lot of their music to celebrate.
Dre Okorley There's this kid from Chicago who just started rapping. He goes by MikeyDubs. Check out his mixtape here. It's not the most lyrically original, but it's...
Adam Pfleider on 05/26/12 - 11:56 PM
I don't want to point fingers as to who hasn't done a great job recommending things lately. It could be any one of us. And you know what they say about pointing fingers: point a finger at a scary person you don't know and they will either expose themselves to you or just rip that stupid-finger-get-it-out-of-my-face-now. Either way, let's not do it. Let's just talk like family (which is to say shout and cry a lot).
BlakeMisser isn't better than Transit, but it is way better than This Time Next Year. Also, I have nothing but love for the Park leftovers that make up the Tiger Tank self-titled EP. Bye.
Kyle HuntingtonA whole lot of Joy Division, even more than usual due to the recent...
Blake Solomon on 05/20/12 - 07:19 AM
Be sure to tell your mother how wonderful she is today.
Ryan GardnerThe Gaslight Anthem. That is all.
Kyle HuntingtonI've been listening to a whole lot of King Krule again as well as the free debut EP by the band Riches which you should check out if you enjoy My Bloody Valentine or The Jesus & Mary Chain.
Jack ApplebyBeen feeding my newfound vinyl addiction, so I've had City and Colour, Letlive., and Thrice spinning recently. Made myself a Spotify playlist of the Thrice farewell setlist I've been listening to a lot - here it is if you're interested. Also, Night Verses.
Ryan Gardner on 05/13/12 - 07:42 AM
Almost a week into May already? What's everyone been listening to, watching, or reading this week?
Ryan GardnerI've been spinning Mayday Parade's timeless A Lesson In Romantics all week, as well as the latest from The Menzingers, fun., and Daytrader. Starting up the new Stephen King Dark Tower book tomorrow (finally).
Andy BiddulphBeen listening to an awful lot of the latest Japandroids, Straight Lines and Daytrader records. Also, a huge pat on the back to everybody who donated to help The Menzingers make their money back after they were robbed in Manchester last week; especially the guys at Banquet Records who raised £1,600 (including £250 of their own money) for the cause. Also, the...
Ryan Gardner on 05/05/12 - 11:23 PM
Hi, once again welcome to the time of the week where we tell you what to do and you listen because what else do you have to do? As our moms say, "You're so important! Stop stealing my lipstick! What do you even do with the lipstick!?" So basically, what I'm saying is, what you are about to read is essentially gospel. Let us pray.
BlakeI got an xbox360 this week with my tax return money because I am an ADULT. So I recommend a bunch of games you nerds have already played (but especially Batman: Arkham City). Musically, who knows. Mostly Old Gray and Craft Spells' new mini album Gallery. It's as solid and surf rock-y as ever. Oh, and of course, All Get Out.

Kyle HuntingtonListen to Lianne...
Blake Solomon on 04/29/12 - 08:52 AM
If you're anything like me, and if you are, lucky you, it's been one of those weeks where things seem to happen at you. Kind of like we're in a firing squad and all the bullies have tied us to a lightpost and the tomatoes and hard-boiled eggs are just coming full speed ahead no matter what. Because that was such a happy, and most importantly, smart analogy, I'll end on a high note and just get to the recommendations
BlakeOther than still being obsessed with All Get Out, I've really been enjoying Caravels' 2010 album Floorboards. It's one of those scream-y, angst-y, post rock-y albums Adam P always likes. Also, the split by Citizen and Turnover is solid. Especially the acoustic renditions...
Blake Solomon on 04/22/12 - 05:38 AM
There's not a lot to say, other than spring is most definitely here. Which, yeah, is the most boring thing someone can say. Let's talk about the weather! Interesting! Maybe in the replies we just try and keep it real and discuss all the interesting things that have happened this past week. Whatever.
Blake SolomonThe best album, by far, that I have heard this year is All Get Out's The Season. It's passionate, tough and also, somehow, accessible. I honestly don't see something else this year hitting me like this album has. Oh, and, it came out in 2011. So, I'm stupid. However, Eyes Wide's When It's Raining EP and Pity Sex's Dark World are two records that have left a mark. So whatever, just...
Blake Solomon on 04/14/12 - 09:37 PM
It's the beginning of April and to me, that only means one thing - baseball. $10 beers, hot dogs, popcorn, and pretzels are prepped as we watch our beloved teams play their rigorous 162 game schedule to win the coveted World Series. My team of choice, the New York Yankees (hate on me all you want, I am a lifelong fan), are already 0-2. With that said, the onset of spring brings on warmer weather and a new year season of excellent music on the horizon. What has been on rotation for you so far this spring?
Christian WagnerThe Forecast has done it again. The Illinois-based rockers created another solid album to add to their deep category of music. Tracks like "Skyline" and "Way We Were"...
Christian Wagner on 04/08/12 - 01:17 PM
Looks like I'm the first up and here to post Sunday Recommendations. Is everyone else enjoying the great weather or something? Probably getting ready for the NCAA games today. Or just hanging out getting ready for the return of Mad Men? Either way, I'm here and am ready to get the thread started. Coffee in hand, watching basketball on the side screen, and a bunch of things to recommend!

Jason TateFirst up, I saw 21st Jump Street the other day and it's hilarious. Definitely recommend you go see that. I haven't seen that movie everyone's talking about yet about reality TV murderous children or whatever -- so, while everyone else is going to see that: check out 21st Jump Street. So...
Jason Tate on 03/25/12 - 12:08 PM
It's a rainy, slow Sunday on my end, but Spring should be rolling in soon. Let's see what everyone's been listening to this week. Do you have any good recommendations for us?

Ryan GardnerIt's been raining all weekend here. I've been listening to The Menzingers non-stop, the new lovely Now, Now record, and Ex Lives. Also currently reading The Hunger Games and The Alchemist and having a Star Wars viewing marathon.

Thomas NassiffThe GK Tour Split, which you can all listen to, along with The Wonder Years / Stay Ahead of the Weather split and Sharks' No Gods.

BlakeI went to the Glamour Kills tour TWICE this weekend. The Wonder Years and The Story So Far were definitely the stand-outs. Such a...
Ryan Gardner on 03/11/12 - 08:38 AM
So it's Sunday, late Sunday -- and I haven't gotten the Sunday recs up (yet). That's what happens when you eat too much and get distracted watching cartoons on Netflix. Yes, that's exactly what I was doing. Judge me all you want - it was awesome. Here's what that staff recommend this week; add yours below.

Jason TateI spent the week listening to Eve 6 to prepare for their upcoming album (Horrorscope is a long time favorite that I think holds up really well), and of course I was telling everyone I know to listen to the new fun album. So do that too. I am shouting down the hall to ask the wife what she recommends you check out. She says: Geographer, The Big Pink, and Matt and Kim. ...
Jason Tate on 02/26/12 - 02:24 PM
Hey Sunday fans; it's time for the weekly recommendations. This week we had Steve from New Found Glory join us with his picks as well. So check all of those out below, and then leave what you've been enjoying in the replies. Hope everyone's had a great weekend. Don't forget that on Valentines Day we'll be having out annual chat with TWLOHA. It's always one of the best chats we do each year.

Steve Klein from New Found GloryHey Guys and Gals! Here are some amazing bands that I think everyone should check out: Team Me's record "To The Treetops" has been a record that I can't stop listening to since I first heard it. At times it reminds me of a more poppy Mew, but they definitely...
Jason Tate on 02/12/12 - 02:11 PM
The weekend sure seems to be going by quickly. Hopefully we can make your Sunday a little more awesome with the staff recommendations. Check those all out below, and feel free to let us know what you've been listening to in the replies. Hope everyone is having a great weekend. Watching the Super Bowl today? There's a great thread in the forums to talk about that.

Jason TateI'm on a giant Gotye kick right now; that Making Mirrors album is fantastic. Along with that I've been giving the I Am Arrows album, Sun Comes Up Again, a lot of plays as well. And in preparation for some news next week, I've been re-listening to Josh Ritter's fantastic catalog. The links here are all links to...
Jason Tate on 02/05/12 - 11:01 AM
Helllooooo, Sunday. Today we've got an extra special addition to our Sunday Recommendations as we've asked Zach Lind (drummer for Jimmy Eat World) to join us and add in his recommendations for the week. So, check those out below with all of the other staff and then hit up the replies and let us know what you are currently spinning. It's a great time to discover new music.

Zach Lind of Jimmy Eat WorldThere are a few bands over the past few years that have caught my attention that I feel have been overlooked. Wild Light's "Adult Nights" has been one of my favorite records during the past several years and it seems like no one really talks about these guys. "Adult Nights" is a gem...
Jason Tate on 01/29/12 - 01:20 PM
What a helluva week, eh? That's my best Eda-canadian-impersonation. It's Sunday morning, I've got my coffee in hand, and it's time to put together the staff recommendations for this week. Check out what the staff are listening to, and then hit up the replies and let us know what you are currently spinning. It's a great time to discover new music.

Jason TateThis week finally saw me attempt a de-tox on A Wilhelm Scream. I ended up getting my hands on the new Sharks' album, which took two or three listens to really sink my teeth into (enjoy my puns, I have a million of them) - but once it clicked, I've fallen in love with it. It's so good. Check out their new song "Arcane Effigies"...
Jason Tate on 01/22/12 - 01:03 PM
Hey, it's Sunday. It's recommendation time from your faithful staff conglomerate. We've got a bunch of cool things coming up next week, so don't forget to check the website throughout. Oh, and feel free to leave your recommendations in the replies. We're looking for some new stuff to check out. Thanks for visiting this week.

Jason TateSeriously, did you think I would recommend anything except A Wilhelm Scream? Check out "Career Suicide" and "Ruiner" and "Mute Print" and don't even bother with anything else. Band is dominating my life. PS: Those are Spotify links. If you're looking for other stuff I like and am listening too, follow me on twitter or rdio. I'll return to...
Jason Tate on 01/14/12 - 10:20 PM
The rats, they want you. The soil is calling.
Staff RecommendationsAdam: Loma Prieta's I.V.; Cloudmouth's Keep Well; The Saddest Landscape's After the Lights
Jack: My Mouth Is The Speaker's Landmarks; I Fight Dragon's KABOOM!; The Paper Melody's The Nightmare Academy
Christian: Hit The Lights, The International Drive, and Fireworks
Blake: Dowsing's All I Could Find Was You and Augustana's Augustana
Adam Pfleider on 01/07/12 - 10:37 PM
So this is the new year, and I don't feel any different.
Staff RecommendationsRyan:The Upsides, Ocean Avenue, Go Radio, and The Story So Far
Lueda: Bowerbirds ... you know you want to.
Dre: Bastions...I know, I know. I'm wearing their shirt on our calendar. But that's why you should check 'em out!
Blake: Into It. Over It. and Araabmuzik
Ryan Gardner on 01/01/12 - 08:56 AM
"I'm a trojan horse made of paper mache."
Staff RecommendationsRyan: Cartel's Cycles, Mansions' Dig Up The Dead, and He Is We
Blake: Wild Beasts' Smother and The War on Drugs' Slave Ambient
Kyle: The Maccabees' superb "Home Alone Medley" just in time for Christmas.
Alex: Man Overboard, Align in Time, Bag of Bones.
Sean: Align in Time, Progress in Color, Sealight, and Criminal Caterpillar (killer Earthbound reference)
Ryan Gardner on 12/17/11 - 11:13 PM
I've made shapes out of your leftover belongings
RecommendationsBlake: Major League and By Surprise
Dre: Living With Lions, have you heard that one Latterman track?
Alex: Verse, The Empire Shall Fall, Austrian Death Machine.
Blake Solomon on 12/10/11 - 11:38 PM
You lose control when you hold too tight.
Staff RecommendationsRyan: Copeland's Eat Sleep Repeat and Bon Iver's Bon Iver, Bon Iver
Sean: Amogh Symphony's The Quantum Hack Code will keep you entertained for hours.
Broden: The Decoration's upcoming EP, Anywhere Is Home. Plus a big happy third anniversary to my beautiful and wonderful girlfriend.
: Listen to some Mixtapes this week.
Alex: Max Bemis.
Ryan Gardner on 12/03/11 - 09:54 PM
Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas To Heaven
RecommendationsAdam: Go see The Muppets, appreciate your childhood and get in the pit and try to love someone.
Sean: I'm still addicted to Me & My Arrow's new song, "Men Without Chests". I don't need rehab, I can stop whenever I want!
Dre: Living With Lions - Holy Shit; hardcore is love.
Christian: The Early November, Hit The Lights, A Great Big Pile of Leaves, and Young Statues
Deborah: Go see Living With Lions live if you get the chance.
Alex: Thursday, Thrice, The Early November and Thanksgiving leftovers.
Blake: The Story So Far in preparation for their show tonight with A Loss For Words
Adam Pfleider on 11/26/11 - 10:44 PM
The streets that breathe in our names are shameless places. Fingernails all filled with soil and sorrow.
Staff RecommendationsAdam: Harkonen's Grizz EP; heard four new Every Time I Die songs last night - they're sick!
Broden: New music by The Decoration is brilliant, and it will be coming to you very, very shortly.
Ryan: Go Radio, The Wonder Years, Basement, and Dashboard Confesional
Kyle: The Maccabees new single, "Pelican".
Dre: It's all T's. Timeshares, Turnover, Tegan & Sara - Get Along Live LP/DVD
Alex: Childish Gambino - Camp. Save Community!
Blake: Arms and Sleepers - The Organ Hearts
Sean: Me & My Arrow's new song, "Men Without Chests", is my new drug.
Adam Pfleider on 11/19/11 - 10:57 PM
"And if I somehow could rest this soul, maybe control could find its way back to my life."
Staff RecommendationsRyan: Drake, Relient K, Mayday Parade, and Mansions
Keagan: Drake, Childish Gambino, ASAP Rocky
Kyle: Nothing but King Krule (aka Zoo Kid) on repeat.
Alex: Motion City Soundtrack / Trampled by Turtles split.
Christian: A Loss For Words, Hit The Lights
Blake: Seahaven and Johnny Foreigner
Sean: Collapse Under the Empire, The Fall of Troy, and Other Mountains
Ryan Gardner on 11/12/11 - 11:35 PM
"True progress means matching the world to the vision in our head"
Staff RecommendationsRyan: PMtoday, Circa Survive, Pianos Become The Teeth, and La Dispute
Kyle: Arrange, Parvulesco, The Maccabees and The Cure
Dre: Turnover, Fucked Up, Sick of it All, Frank Turner
Alex: Pianos Become The Teeth, Hit the Lights, Mixtapes, Terror.
Ryan Gardner on 11/05/11 - 10:22 PM
"Swing low sweet ambulance come cure me, hope's not an inch away from death."
Staff RecommendationsSean: Invalids, Weaver At The Loom, Wavorly, Template, Spaces
Alex: A Loss For Words, Close Your Eyes, "Weird Al" Yankovic, the greatest horror movie ever put on film
Ryan: Anberlin, The Format, The Starting Line, and Brand New
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