The Everymen has created a compilation to benefit Hurricane Sandy victims. Artists include The Front Bottoms, Nicole Atkins, Those Mockingbirds, and more. A press release with more info can be found in the replies.
We're going to be holding polls over the next few weeks to see what you guys want to see Hit The Lights play on the group's December tour. Remember, Colin is joining the band for this run. Head here to vote on what songs you'd like to see the band play from This Is A Stick Up...Don't Make It A Murder.
The Gaslight Anthem have released a charity poster created with El Jefe Design specifically to help victims of Hurricane Sandy in the band's home state of New Jersey. 100% of the proceeds will be split equally between Rebuild Recover and Architecture For Humanity's 'Rebuild Seaside Pier' effort.
Along with our fellow friends in AbsoluteVoices, we're officially announcing the first 21 of 50 bands that will be playing the Eat Your Heart Out Fest 2013 on February 8th-10th at The Chance Theater in Poughkeepsie, NY. Hit the replies for the press release and further info.
Gentlemen and Scholars have announced the release date and title for their follow up to 2011's Bad Apples EP. The band will release Thick as Mud on January 15th. They are also giving away 200 free downloads of their entire back catalog on their bandcamp page.
Told you I'd have more tickets to giveaway this week. I have two pairs of tickets to give away for the December 5th, 2012 Anthony Green and Geoff Rickly show at Irving Plaza in New York City. Just post why you must see Anthony Green solo this winter and I'll pick my favorite answer. Again, this is just the first of many ticket giveaways in the coming days on AP.net, so stay tuned to the front page.
It's been a while since I've posted anything like this, and I'm feeling in a "love isn't the worst thing in the world" mood today -- so I figured I'd share a video of a happy couple getting engaged at at recent The Wonder Years' show. Check the replies.
The VSS are reissuing their entire catalog on 2xLP through Sargent House. The 2xLP includes Nervous Circuits on LP1 and the rest of the band's catalog on LP2. For fans of punk and noise and synth, I recommend giving Nervous Circuits a listen here.
Two underrated bands you've heard about from us this year, Silver Snakes and Souvenirs will be releasing a split together through 6131 Records. Today we're bringing you a listen to a track from both sides of the 7". Head to the replies to hear "Secare" by Silver Snakes and "Dressed Up in September" by Souvenirs. If you like what you're hearing, you can pre-order the split here later today.
No Sleep Records has signed Long Lost (side project of Transitvocalist Joe Boynton). They are currently putting the final touches on their debut full-length, Save Yourself, Start Again, which will be released in early 2013.
We've got a new track from Greeley Estates called "Die" which comes from the band's forthcoming album The Narrow Road. The independently produced and recorded album will be self-released by the band after the group amicably parted ways with its long-time label, Tragic Hero Records. Head to the band's AP.net profile to listen to the song and leave your thoughts in the replies.
Today we're premiering I Call Fives' cover of "It's Something" from A Tribute To The Movielife which is coming out on Pacific Ridge Records. The NJ pop-punk act joins other names such as Shane Henderson, Bright & Early, Onelinedrawing, This Time Next Year, and more who have contributed to the compilation. Head to the band's AP.net profile to listen and leave your thoughts in the replies.
On tonightís episode of The Gunz Show, our friend Gunz talked with Mike Hansen of Pentimento about how the band was forced to release their new record for free after issues arose with former label Panic Records.
Today we're giving you the exclusive first listen to a new La Bella Charade song called "Holland & Grand." The St. Louis-based pop-punk band has stepped it up significantly with this new song, really showing growth as a band from the group's last record that came out in 2010. The track is a digital single that the band will be releasing in promotion for an EP to come out in early 2013. Head to the band's AP.net profile to listen and leave your thoughts in the replies.
Turntable.FM pushed out a new update today, drastically changing the user interface and eliminating their 200-person room capacity. Read all the changes on their blog - what do you think of the changes?
We can exclusively reveal that Fearless Records will be releasing a Punk Goes Christmas album for the 2013 holiday season. Also, Punk Goes Pop 5 debuted at #16 on the Billboard Top 200 chart, making it the highest charting Punk Goes Pop record to date.