Today we're premiering the video for "Where The Hell Is Douglas" from Cincinatti, Ohio's BoyMeetsWorld. The pop-rock group are young but finding their stride in their songwriting and hopefully we'll see bigger and better things as they grow from their EP Do What's Best For You. You can view the video in the replies.
According to Amazon, Bayside's new album is indeed titled Cult, the image we saw is the artwork, and it will be released on February 18 via Hopeless Records.
Update: iTunes confirms the information and has the first single, "Pigsty," for sale.
1. Big Cheese
2. Time Has Come
3. Hate Me
4. You're No Match
6. Transitive Property
8. Bear With Me
9. Objectivist On Fire
10. Something's Wrong
11. The Whitest Lie
Here are the albums that are in stores today. Pick up anything good? What do you recommend for other viewers? If we missed anything, please add it to our calendar. Check out rdio or spinner for album streams of new releases.
After launching their vinyl box set yesterday, Third Eye Blind has now posted self-titled, Blue, and Out Of The Veinfor sale individually - this marks the first time Out Of The Vein has been pressed to vinyl. The Red Star EP and the original cream cover of self-titled are exclusive to the box set. All three are double LPs on 180 gram, at $35 a piece.
Peace'd Out has announced their second and third shows ever - playing Fullerton's Slidebar on November 20th and Camarillo's Rock City on November 21st, with support from Silver Snakes. Admat is in the replies.
Producer Ryan Hemsworth and rapper Starlito have joined forces to create an emotional break up song titled "Can't Get Over You" as a part of the Yours Truly and Adidas Songs From Scratch series. You can stream the track here and you can watch a video of the two in the studio in the replies.
Update: It appears that many orders from Oldies.com's clearance sale are being cancelled, or partially delivered. Many users noted in the comments that they're receiving only a few records from their orders, if any at all. Refunds are apparently a mixed bag as well. Check the comments for the latest -JA
It's a deceptively simple app. You have eight buttons, each of which can record a short sound clip. To create a clip you sing, scream, beatbox and spit into your iPhone's microphone. You mix and match the samples over one another, using the loops like a drum machine to create killer beats and melodies. A slider on-screen allows you to delete or undo individual clips.
Fearless Records and Outerloop Management partnered together to form Outerloop Records. The label's first signing is Ice Nine Kills, which doesn't really instill much confidence in this new partnership. The announcement is in the replies.
Last week we streamed a song from Scholar's upcoming debut full-length. Today, we're excited to premiere Choose Adventure in full. It's the kind of music fans of Rufio, Fenix TX, and blink-182 should love. Stream it in the replies and then pre-order it if you like what you hear. You can read our review as well.
The last few days Bayside and new label Hopeless Records have been teasing various images related to the band. Today, the band tweeted what seems to be all the teaser images compiled into one - maybe the art work for the upcoming new album? Could it possibly (and finally) be titled Cult? We'll find out soon. In the mean time, you can scope the image in the replies.
A group known as the Center for Copyright Information (backed by copyright groups like the Motion Picture Association of America and the Recording Industry Association of America) are reportedly developing a curriculum in California to teach elementary schoolers the value of copyright and the dangers of piracy. I don't have enough snark left in me to say anything else.
Parlophone Records will release "Satellite of Love" (originally by Lou Reed) performed by Morrissey as a digital download on December 2nd. The song was live at the Chelsea Ballroom at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas on November 25th, 2011.
How does the community feel about vinyl bootlegs? For example: Kanye West's Graduation (to my knowledge) has never officially been pressed. However, Vinyl-Digital has pre-orders up for a limited edition purple pressing.
Brian Keith Diaz, current tech for Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy since 2006, is about to release a book via Deadxstop Publishing. The book focuses on the past two decades of his touring experiences called, 1800 Miles To Nowhere. It also featuring stories he experienced while teching for bands like Guns n Roses and Motion City Sountrack, his book goes beyond simple tour stories and gives readers a glimpse into a backstage world of excess and loneliness. You can find more information and pre-order here.
"I don't think it will take an unnaturally long time for us to get guys together, but it's time to take a breather and ground out a little bit ... I think everybody is looking forward to putting their feet up for a little while and having some normalcy." Frontman Brandon Flowers has already revealed that he's planning to make another solo album and Vannucci is hoping to record a follow-up to his 2011 album "Big Talk," adding, "I think I want to make another record. I'm already starting it. I like to keep moving. I love that notion of momentum. I think some of the guys are just going to chill out, keep writing probably, make sure to...