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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.
Courtney Barnett has been teasing something to do with her track "Nobody Cares If You Don't Go To The Party" via billboards, murals and posters around various cities in the world. Only a couple of days ago it culminated in a surprise performance on the streets of Camden (my ends) in London just outside of the tube station. Check out the video for the track in the replies.
Peter Robinson, writing for Noisey, about ghostwriting:
But popís move towards a more rockist interpretation of credibility isnít open for debate: itís already happened, and you can understand why some artists are keen not to credit writers, or to insist that they are credited even if their sole contribution was managing to record their vocal while not falling over.
Wave. We're back from our one week break and are immediately talking about Star Wars. It's exactly what you would expect from a podcast named AbsolutePunk, right? This week we look at how the whole Pure Noise Records/JJR situation impacted being able to listen to Four Year Strong's latest album, why A Wilhelm Scream isn't as crazy big and popular as they should be, the reasoning behind labels streaming albums a week or so early, our favorite b-sides, the upcoming Motion City Soundtrack album and our fears surrounding it, if there's a song of the summer, Frank Turner's new one, the new Better Off songs, and some good old fashioned nostalgia. We missed podcasting and hope you enjoy this...
100% of the net proceeds will be donated to To Write Love On Her Arms for their World Suicide Prevention Day "We'll See You Tomorrow" campaign, as well as a charity chosen by a group of friends who were close with Justin
Lana Del Rey pre-orders for her forthcoming album, Honeymoon, will go live tomorrow according to her personal Instagram. The album is scheduled for release on September 18th.
02) Music To Watch Boys To
03) Terrence Loves You
04) God Knows I Tried
05) High By The Beach
07) Art Deco
08) Burnt Norton (Interlude)
11) The Blackest Day
13) Swan Song
14) Donít Let Me Be Misunderstood
We've been doing this band for 13, 14 whatever years. I think that challenging ourselves to do new things is important. It's hard to find new things sometimes, you know? People said this tour was going to be polarizing, but we're doing bigger numbers than we've done before, you know? I think it's probably tapping into different kids or something.
WTSR, the radio station of The College of New Jersey, has announced their WTSR Underground roster for the Fall 2015 semester. New Jersey and Pennsylvania area bands, including Absolute 100 band The Blithedale Romance, In Writing, Grayscale and others, will be recording live sessions in the brand new live studio. For the first time, the WTSR Underground recording will be free and open to the public, and will take place on September 5th and 6th. The full roster of bands is in the replies.
Another "Maybe" may never present itself, but Jepsen doesn't mind. Meeting expectations is no longer on her agenda. " 'Call Me Maybe' was such a gift, but I don't need that to happen again," she says. "I wanted to be brave and [record] music that was really me rather than just putting out what I thought would sell. I would've regretted more not doing what I did -- *making a passion project come to life."
Dear Bands across the world, big or small! Whether you play in the garage, in your mom's living room or basement, we want you to be the stars of our video! Film your band performing our song "Ready and Willing". You don't have to be good at it because we won't be using the audio, just the video. So have fun with it! Upload the video to Vimeo before September 8th and make sure to make the video downloadable and hashtag it #Readyandwilling. Please include your band name and home town in the info on Vimeo. Then email the link to the video over to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will pick our...
Earlier this morning ROMP had posted a message on Facebook stating that they had asked their drummer to leave the band due to some allegations made against him. That post was then deleted when, apparently, one of the drummer's parents threatened legal action against the band. Bad Timing Records will be donating all proceeds from the band's latest EP to RAINN for the rest of the year.
There are 72,000 newly-diagnosed adolescent and young adult patients each year in the population that ranges from 15 to 39. While many consider these to be the most formative years of a personís life, this population suffers a well-documented deficit in research and attention from the cancer community. This shortfall has lead to a 30-year stagnation in the improvement of AYA survival rates compared to all other age demographics.
What we want to do is raise a dollar for every one of the 72,000 adolescents and young adults that will be diagnosed this year.
This Friday, Lost Film will be releasing its new album, Imago, via The Native Sound. We're unwrapping that present a little early today by streaming the new album in its entirety, so check out the low-key pop from Jimmy Hewitt in the replies. And if you dig these catchy tunes then make sure you can pre-order it physically or digitally.