Happy almost Thanksgiving everyone. Since we'll all be munching on turkey and mashed potatoes for the next few days, we wanted to get our AbsolutePunk Podcast episode up a little early this week. Maybe give you something to listen to on your travels or to drown out the family bickering? Whenever you choose to give it a spin, we've got a good one for you this week. This week's topics include: Talking about Fall Out Boy's new song and album, their release plans, and all that. Then we move into a discussion about Copeland's new album and finish up talking about what we're thankful for this year ... music moment wise. We want to wish everyone a great and happy Thanksgiving, thank you for...
It's that time of year again. Now that every's loaded up on food, it's time to spend some money and grab all those albums, electronics and clothing you've been putting off this year. Post any Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals in this thread and we'll keep the first post updated so you don't miss out on anything.
Today, I'm proud to bring you the next AbsolutePlaylist member submission! Vance Mook (Aaron) hails from Erie and brings us a great batch of songs today: "The collection is mostly comprised of softer indie (or, in some cases, emo) music both old and new, with most instrumentation truly reflecting the 'introspective / nighttime' vibe." Check out the playlist in Rdio and Spotify renditions in the replies. To submit your own playlist, check out our submission thread!
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Copeland has a few hundred left over copies of Ixora from the original pre-orders. If you missed it the first time around, here's your chance. On the fence? Check out my review and hopefully that will sway you.
Today only, you can grab a free download of a new yellowbirddd song titled "Diamond in the Desert" at Broke & Awesome. If you like what you hear and pre-order his new album, CENTINELA, you'll get a free CD of his previous album, Missing.
After a long time of consideration, we wanted to let you know that anything new from K Será does not seem likely in the near future. We want to thank all of you for the giving us the chance to pursue our passion and create memories that will last as long as we live. We hope you continue to enjoy the music that we feel proud and lucky to have made.
Until we meet again friends, good luck & take care.
hello everyone and happy holidays. it's a stressful time for all of us, as a country and as humans. in light of America's most recent case of our failing justice system I feel that now would be as good a time as any to tell you that we are ending glocca morra.
my first draft of this post became too autobiographical and contrived. I wanted to talk about our history but it started to become a history lesson that even I got bored of writing.
this band was very important to me and definitely dictated my formative years. we haven't really done anything in the past two years save for two short tours with Owls and Joyce Manor. we just kind of stopped. but...
Octaves and Caravels are releasing a split, featuring two new songs from each band. It will be co-released by Bridge Nine and Topshelf Records on January 20th. They'll also be doing a European tour together. The video for one of the new Octaves' songs called "Tom Petty Cash" is below, along with tour dates.
In many ways, Eminem’s relevance feels to me like a nostalgia act. For some, perhaps, it’s a longing for a time when a rapper could describe a fantasy of murdering his wife and call it art. My own nostalgia for Eminem is indivisible from my nostalgia for being a teenager, when I heard his music everywhere. I imagine this is true for a lot of people.
Tonight is Anberlin's final show. Figured it would make sense to open up a thread to share your favorite Anberlin memories, say what you're thankful for, and just share one last time the greatness that was this band. We'll miss you guys, thanks for everything.
Mae's Destination: B-Sides is coming to vinyl on January 27th. You can pre-order it now from Spartan Records.
...Includes two brand new takes on two classic Mae songs, "Skyline Drive" and "Where The Falls Begin." Recorded during the summer and fall of 2014, these recordings mark the first newly recorded music by all 5 original members of Mae in over 4 years.
Pomplamoose just finished a 28-day tour. We played 24 shows in 23 cities around the United States. It was awesome: Nataly crowd surfed for the first time ever, we sold just under $100,000 in tickets, and we got to rock out with people we love for a full month. We sold 1129 tickets in San Francisco at the Fillmore. I’ll remember that night for the rest of my life.
One question that our fans repeatedly asked us was “what does it feel like to have ‘made it’ as a band?” Though it’s a fair question to ask of a band with a hundred million views on YouTube, the thought of Pomplamoose having “made it” is, to me, ridiculous.
i remember hearing this daft punk “human after all” remix and later a rage against the machine one (killing in the name of, you should check this if you can- so good)…. i knew nothing of the creator at the time- sebastiAn- a french dj/producer on ed banger records… his music made me think and feel different like the way punk rock did when i first heard it. we began a correspondence through email…. my friend brian hiatt tweeted “the problem with modern rock is it isnt modern”- something i and we had been feeling in general. rock should not be relegated to a quaint little corner of guitar center for dads to find. in reaching...