Singer/songwriter/actor/comedian Creed Bratton (The Office) will release his new album, Tell Me About It, on May 21st. You'll want to take a look at the cover art in the replies.
Act I - Let's Start Dancing
1. One Guitar
2. Faded Spats
3. Chemical Wings
4. Yeah, Hi
Act II - The Orange Juice Tastes Like Water
2. PF Sloan
3. Unemployment Lines
4. My Name Is Leon
5. Heart Of Darkness
Act III - Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Obscurity
1. Old Ruminations
2. Move To Win
3. Better On Top
4. Emmy Awards (Featuring Rainn Wilson)
5. When I Settle Down
The Today's Mixtape Festival is going down this weekend in Long Island, so today we're giving away two day passes for Saturday - which features Transit, The Story So Far, Hostage Calm, Pentimento and like a zillion other awesome bands. However, this contest is twice as awesome because everybody gets a free song download from Bellwether as well! Download the free Bellwether song, "Roots," right here. If you are near Long Island and would like to be entered to win two day passes, just screenshot an image of yourself listening to the song in iTunes along with the full names of you and your guest and email it to this email address. You can purchase tickets to Friday and Sunday of the...
The Wonder Years have announced four record release shows in 24 hours in support of The Greatest Generation. The band will play in Philadelphia at 6pm on May 10 with Modern Baseball, then in New York City at 12am on May 11 with A Loss for Words. Then comes Chicago at 10am on May 11 with Mixtapes and to close it out, Los Angeles at 6pm on May 11 with The Sheds. Tickets can be purchased here. The Greatest Generation graces our ears May 14 via Hopeless Records.
PropertyOfZack recently sat down with Josh of Stick To Your Guns and discussed the band’s current tour, continuing to tour with different types of bands and crowds, and the band's goal to release a new album in 2014.
Actually. I say yeah, we’re going to take some time off, but what will happen every single time we say we’re going to take some time off, is another tour comes along. We love touring so much that we end up taking it. Jesse and I, actually in the last two days, have been working on a new song. When we just had a couple of weeks off, Chris was working on some songs. So we’ve actually already started working on new music, we just figured we’d go ahead and get a jump start on it...
Make Do And Mend released one of our favorite records last year, so we're stoked to announce the band's upcoming co-headlining tour with Cheap Girls this May. The two bands will be directly supported by Diamond Youth, making it one of the must-see tours of 2013. You can see all the tour dates and venues in the replies and stay tuned to the site for ticket information.
Our friends over at Rdio have started a new venture called Vdio. It's for movies and TV shows. Check it out.
We started with Rdio and built the most beautiful way to discover, listen, and share an endless stream of music – 18 million songs. Today, we’re previewing our next step on that journey, Vdio, a beautiful new way to buy, rent, and share your favorite movies and TV shows with your friends, in real-time.
Welcome to My Back Pages, a collaborative staff feature that will survey a landscape of renowned classics and unheralded gems alike, most of which no one around here ever writes a word about. The rules are simple and loose: we won’t cover anything from this millennium and we will avoid all or most AP.net favorites—though we might make an exception if something is nearing a milestone anniversary. Beyond that though, anything is fair game. So if you have an album, artist, or genre you would like to see discussed in this feature, feel free to throw us a few recs.
This week, after an extended break we are returning with a look at Television's seminal 1977 debut...
It's a big week for Max Bemis (Say Anything) as the first issue of his new comic book series, Polarity, hits stores today. We haven't heard too much from him recently as he's been busy with the comic series, his numerous musical projects, and, you know, being a new dad. Luckily, Max was able to find some precious free time last week to speak with me about what it's like being a new father and how Polarity came to be, as well as some very informative updates about his projects, especially a peak into what we should expect on the next Say Anything record and how the AP.net community influenced it.
And also, just sonically, and I know I’m being a tease, but there’s definitely going to...
Warped Tour UK has announced the early line up for 2013's festival. To be held in London's Alexandra Palace over 16th and 17th of November, the early line up includes Rise Against, Real Friends and Billy Talent. Check here for more information.
Cameron Boucher (Old Gray) has released an EP and Starrycat (Sam Ray from Julia Brown, Teen Suicide, Ricky Eat Acid) has also released a self-titled album. Both are 'name your price' on Bandcamp, however proceeds go to Caroline White (Julia Brown, Teen Suicide), to pay for surgery that she needs, so have a listen and if you like either release, try to donate. Get the Cameron Boucher EP here and the Starrycat release here.
Today's featured stream comes from Toronto-based pop-punkers Live The Story, who released their latest EP The Overcoming yesterday. Hit the replies or the band's AP.net profile to take a listen to the six-track collection, and be sure to snag it from iTunes if you're digging it.