PropertyOfZack has launched its second annual March Sadness event. The first round consists of voting for 4 out of 5 bands that represent four categories of emo - the categories are separated into 1990s, 2000s, "reunion" and "revival," because of course they are. Discuss your votes in the replies.
St. Vincent stopped by The Colbert Report to perform her new single, "Digital Witness." She also stuck around after the show to perform "Birth in Reverse" as well. Both songs are off her new self-titled album, which hit stores yesterday. Oh, and her interview with Stephen Colbert was charming, per usual.
Our pals over at Light & Noise just released video of Fake Problems's set at this past year's Fest 12 (or "The Fesy" as punk celebrity Chris Farren calls it). It features the band playing a handful of fan-favorite tracks. Check it out in the replies.
Banquets and Nightmares For A Week will release a split 12" via Black Numbers on March 18. The split will have five new songs from each band, and you can listen to one song from each group via Noisey. It can be preordered here.
Today we're featuring a song from Indiana pop-rock band My Sweet Fall. The young band just put out its new record Cheap Therapy and we're streaming the track "Make You Mine." Listen to it in the replies.
Kanye West performed a medley featuring "Jesus Walks", "Touch the Sky", "Stronger", "Heartless", "All of the Lights", "Mercy", and "Black Skinhead" tonight on Late Night with Seth Meyers. Check it out here.
A video has been posted on the official OasisFacebook page teasing a special announcement tomorrow at 9am GMT. The band split up in 2009 but you can watch the video that has a lot of people talking here.