Last week I got the chance to see Cartel perform Chroma in its entirety (plus some surprise favorites). Hit The Lights, Team, and Driver Friendly were all out to support. Take a trip back to 2005 and check out our photos and show review in the replies!
After "If I Fail," Will said, "I'm pretty sure the St. Patty's day show was completely blown out just now. This is probably the most fun I've had in ten years; I'm not kidding."
AbsolutePunk will have an exclusive section inside of every Substream Music Press magazine [Nationally distributed in Hot Topic etc.] from this day forward. This section will include hot news stories, top artists and albums to check out, along with unsigned artists, for those who like to be on top of the next breaking acts! In the mean time, go to Hot Topic and pick up issue #3!
Issue #3 featuring; New Found Glory, 30 Seconds to Mars, Cute is What We Aim For, Brand New, Paramore, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, The Early November, Moneen, Cursive, The Years Gone By, Receiving End Of Sirens, Cobra Starship, The Starting Line, The New Amsterdams, Valencia, A Heartwell Ending, Hit The...
Taken from Coolfer: The Wall Street Journal has reported that Snocap, the digital services company founded by Napster creator Shawn Fanning, has partnered with social networking site MySpace. Though the nature of the deal isn't clear, sources told the WSJ that MySpace could get a minority position in Snocap.
More details were given in the LA Times' article about the Snocap/MySpace deal. The download store will be called MyStore and will be out later this year. (A side note: www.mystore.com has been registered by "leading domain name attorney" Ari Goldberger.) Fans will be able to sell bands' music to other fans. Also, some economics of the deal were given. The two companies "will...
The Militia Group are looking for some hard-working street teamers in Orlando, Portland, Seattle, New York, Denver, Cleveland, Chicago, Dallas, and Las Vegas. If you are interested in having a career in the music industry then this is a great way to meet people, create contacts, and get your foot in the door. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know your interested.
Our Street Team is now up and running. If you're already a member, please go see our forum for details as well as instructions. If any other users are interested in joining the street team to help Absolutepunk out with contests, tours, and anything else we sponsor- head over to the team's Myspace page and put in an application.
Just a reminder that we're still accepting applications for the Absolutepunk Street Team here. We have two summer tours coming up that we're sponsoring (one that's especially going to be huge for us) and we'd like to have the street team up and running by then so they can help out and be involved.
And once again: This isn't exclusive to our readers in the States. Users in Canada, Europe, Australia, etc. WE NEED YOU ALL TOO!
Just a reminder that we're still looking for members to join the Absolutepunk Street Team. We've got two major summer tours we're sponsoring coming up that we'll need all the help we can get to promote them.
Also, to answer a question I keep getting asked: Yes, you may apply if you live outside of the US. We're wanting kids from everywhere that we can get.
Want to help spread the news about your favorite bands while helping out the website and getting sweet hook-ups while you're at it? Then sign-up (read the first blog) to join the Absolutepunk Street Team (an exclusive street team forum here on AP is in the process of being built). We're looking for groups of individuals in every major city to help us promote the website as well as tours/bands/exclusives that AP will be sponsoring in the future.
Lujo Records is in the process of starting a full street team department and wants you to be a part of it. If you're interested, then you can drop an email to: email@example.com Tell them where you're from, what kind of music you like, and what you think you should be on the team.
Austin natives Sound Team will premiere their new video for "Your Eyes Are Liars" tomorrow (June 1st) on the MP3 blog GorillavsBear. Their Capitol Records debut, Movie Monster, is in stores next Tuesday, June 6th. This album is really really good so I suggest you all check it out on Tuesday. Also, on a completely unrelated note, Ashley Jex is adorable!
Rock Kills Kid now has a street team. If you sign up, you will get exclusive videos, contests, and other cool stuff. Also, you can check out the review Jason recently did for their upcoming CD, Are You Nervous?, here.
Fearless Records is looking for a few good people to help out with their street team. We got some great stuff going on in the coming months and we need people who are dedicated and willing to put forth the necessary effort to promote the label and our bands. In exchange for your promotional help we'll hook you up with some cool stuff. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested being a part of the team.
Chino (Deftones / Team Sleep) has been seeing rumors posted on websites about bands they're supposedly taking on tour in 2006. One band he wanted to mention is The Warriors, and that Deftones will be taking them out sometime in Spring or Summer 2006. On another note, Todd WIlkinson of Team Sleep is at work in the studio on some solo material, and has also begun tracking new material for the next Team Sleep record. There is also talks of a collaboration with members of Dillinger Escape Plan; Todd and Chino have been exchanging music with Ben and Greg.