Smallpools have done it again. Following their smash hit "Dreaming" which was released last year, the band has released a new song, "Killer Whales" to tide over fans while they finish their new album. Head to the replies to give it a listen.
The members of Patent Pending have spent the last six months creating an elaborate, fictitious band called Mario and the Brick Breakers. Their EP, Mario and the Break Breakers: Greatest Hits, is available now on iTunes. Head to the replies to watch a trailer for the upcoming documentary about the band's rise and fall. They'll also be releasing five music videos, so stay tuned.
Lights has released her first single off her upcoming album, Little Machines, which will be released on September 22nd via Warner Bros. Records. Head to the replies to stream, "Up We Go."
02) Running With the Boys
03) Up We Go
04) Same Sea
06) Muscle Memory
07) Oil and Water
08) Slow Down
10) How We Do It
11) Don't Go Home Without Me
12) Child (Bonus Track)
13) Lucky Ones (Bonus Track)
14) From All Sides (Bonus Track)
Joyce Manor's music video for "The Jerk" can been seen at the A.V. Club or in the replies. Never Hungover Again is officially out today and you can also read our interview with the band if you missed it last week.
New Jersey's Hoderarecently released their debut EP, Reset to Default, and we are streaming it today - it's in the replies. The songs have a raw yet mid-tempo rock feel, not unlike some of The Gaslight Anthem's material, just with some more emo influence.
Jamie T has announced details of his long-awaited third album. Carry The Grudge will be released on September 29th and you can check out the video for recently revealed single "Don't You Find" in the replies alongside the album artwork.
01. Limits Lie
02. Don't You Find
03. Turn On The Light
05. The Prophet
06. Mary Lee
08. Rabbit Hole
10. Love Is Only a Heartbeat Away
11. Murder of Crows
12. They Told Me It Rained
Here are the albums that are in stores today. Pick up anything good? What do you recommend? If we missed anything, please add it to our calendar. We recommend Rdio or Spotify for album streams of new releases and check out our review section to see what our staff thought of the albums.
Listen to a new Going Off Track podcast with Say Anything's Max Bemis about Hebrews, his rediscovery of organized religion, Jewish neurosis, and how his spiritual upbringing has shaped who he is today.
It is tough. I’ve learned to back away from social media and from looking at what people say. We’re always really active with social media, updating our stuff, but in terms of looking at what people say, I try and stay away from it. AbsolutePunk is a terrible website. I don’t look at it, because I really truly think that Jason Tate stirs things up. I get it, that’s his job, he makes money because people go to the website and he wants to stir things up. That’s fine.
Fight Club 2 takes place alternately in the future and the past. It picks up a decade after the ending of his original book, where the protagonist is married to equally problematic Marla Singer and has a 9-year-old son named Junior, though the narrator is failing his son in the same way his dad failed him.
At the same time, Palahniuk says readers will have an idea of Tyler's true origins. "Tyler is something that maybe has been around for centuries and is not just this aberration that's popped into his mind."
The Oversight is gearing to release their Far From Gone EP tomorrow - a pop-rock treat for fans of Go Radio and You Me at Six. The title track features The Dangerous Summer's AJ Perdomo. We're excited to exclusively premiere the entire release today; check it out in the replies.
It wasn’t until my freshman year of college when I realized what an amazing band Third Eye Blind was. My girlfriend at the time, burned me a copy of their self-titled album. At first, I scoffed, “Why would I want to listen to an album from a lame one-hit wonder band from the 90s?” She insisted, and I remember listening to “Losing a Whole Year,” for the first time. Driving in my 1991 Jeep Cherokee on a Texas highway, my entire musical world shifted. This was pop. Pure, unadulterated pop. But it was so much more.
G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers, part of Penguin Group (USA), said Friday that it would publish a book written by the Brooklyn trio chronicling the group's "path to success." Unlocking the Truth is signed to the new label The Cherry Party, a division of Sony. The band played at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival this year and has opened for Guns N' Roses.