Check out our interview with Squid The Whale here. The band is definitely one you want to keep an eye on, as they're continually getting more popular. We talk about the band's beginnings, vocalist Bradley Walden turning down an offer from Emarosa to replace Jonny Craig, their current EP new war., and more.
Today we're bringing you the full-length debut from Winnipeg pop-punk trio Dangercat. Where I'll Be will be released tomorrow through The Newform Label and you can stream it right now on the band's AP.net profile. If you're into bands like Living With Lions and Banner Pilot, there's a good chance you might like this. The band will also be playing some Canadian shows in June and you can check the dates in the replies.
New Jersey quartet March of the Mannequins(ex-Tourmaline) has posted their new song "Dreamer," on their Facebook page. The song is the first single off their EP The Remedy, which was produced by Chris Badami.
We haven't had one of Eda's awesome Bored On Sunday discussions in a while, so I figured I'd whip one up for a discussion topic on a slow-moving Sunday. My question today is, which bands that we cover on AP.net should be on the radio today? Although it seems like a distant past, it wasn't all that long ago that pop-punk bands like All Time Low, Yellowcard, Fall Out Boy and many others graced the airwaves and MTV (when MTV played music videos). I've outlined a few songs that have come out recently that I think would have been on the radio back when these types of bands were more common. Take to the replies to discuss which songs and bands you think should be on regular rotation.
In case you missed them during the week or did not have time to read them before, head to the replies for a second chance to check out the interviews, backstage sessions and chats that were posted this week.