Brothers Joeseph and Michael Pepe contributed production and writing to one of the standout tracks from Deniro Farrar's The Patriarch from earlier this year. Now, their new band Cairo Fire has premiered their first track titled "Bold & Beautiful," which you can stream in the replies. If you're into indie pop-rock, do not pass this up.
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At 11 AM PST / 2 PM EST, Letlive's Jason Butler and New Noise Group President (and former LL. guitraist) Omid Majdi will join us to chat about The Blackest Beautiful, New Noise Group's mission, and all things music. If you're not familiar, New Noise Group is a non-profit looking to open a recording studio in LA that will provide free recording and music production classes for artists - check out their Kickstarter and donate.
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We've got another female-fronted group for your ears. Today we're bringing you the U.S. premiere of a new song from Toronto pop-rock group Crystalyne. The band has made their presence known in Canada supporting some of the country's biggest acts including Carly Rae Jepsen, Marianas Trench, and Walk Off The Earth. Listen to "Anchor" in the replies or on the AP.net profile and let us know what you think. It's off of the band's new EP, The Remedy, which will be released next week on November 26th.
Doing a cover song is always a huge risk and when you're covering a sentimental iconic emo band like The Get Up Kids, you better make sure you do the song justice. Chicago's Farraday automatically has a unique advantage, utilizing the strong vocals of its powerful frontwoman, Aubyn. Listen to their cover of "Action & Action" in the replies which comes from A Tribute To The Get Up Kids coming out on Pacific Ridge Records.
The other night at the Las Vegas stop of Nine Inch Nails' current tour, Trent Reznor Facetime'd with and dedicated the song "In This Twilight" to ailing photojournalist Andrew Youssef. The touching video is in the replies. If you haven't heard of this great relationship, check out Consequence of Sound's profile on the two.