Mello Yello is holding an interesting, American Idol-esque contest where singers, songwriters and bands can upload their original songs and performances to facebook. The winner is chosen by fans and gets $25K. Check out all the information here.
PMToday have fueled rumors of a reconciliation after they put their facebook page back up, posted pictures of drums, and started responding to wall posts -- that includes one saying they need "time" to make new music.
Looks like Craig Owens is writing a new album. He recently posted on facebook that, "Yes, I'm writing a new record. No, it's not I&G. No, I can't say what it is." Come on Craig, you wanna tell little 'ol me, right?
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Update: Craig would like to know what album/project you think he should write next.
I get the marketing reason behind it -- but I really am getting tired of having to "like" a band in order to hear music. I'll like something once I like it. I prefer less friction when trying to hear new music. Maybe it's just me. Anyone else with me?
Southern Lights posted a new song titled "Comfort In the Quiet" on facebook. Their new EP Bring Me Peace, produced by Erik Ron (Panic! At the Disco, D.R.U.G.S., I the Mighty) is now available on iTunes.
Facebook today has launched a "listen with" feature that, when clicked, will let you listen to what your friend is currently listening to on Spotify or Rdio - together, note for note. A group can join a chat together, and listen to the same music, at the same time. Look out Turntable.fm.
The Classic Crime are no longer with Tooth and Nail Records, and their guitar player Justin Duque has left the band to focus on his new born baby. The band's lead singer has started a side project called The Vocal Few with his wife.