The Corcoran Gallery of Art started an exhibition two days ago that pays homage to D.C.'s 1980s subculture. It features posters, graffiti, graphic art, archival photographs, the world of the hardcore punk scene and will run until April 7th.
Fall is upon us, which usually means it's time to bust out Copeland in full force. But if you're looking for some new music, I suggest you check out Mountain Sounds. The band features Franc and Tim of Estates, the band that was torn apart due to Franc getting deported back in 2007. The band has their debut album coming out later this Fall, so give them listen and fall in love.
Karl Schubach (Misery Signals, vocals), has released his solo album under the name Solace. Guest vocalists include Jonathan Vigil of The Ghost Inside, and Shane Ochsner of Hands. You can pick it up here. Hit the replies to check out "Our Father".
Like You To Me, a new pop-punk band with former members of Running With Giants and Such Is Life, have posted a cover of Jessie J's "Price Tag" and a new demo called "You're Gonna Need A Bigger Boat." The band is currently looking for a drummer and a bassist. If interested, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hey party people, don't forget it's Daylight Savings tonight. Turn your clocks back an hour and enjoy the extra sleep (or, if you're a real go-getter, an extra hour of reading the paper or whatever). Hooray!
The Honesty's new EP, Find Comfort Here, is now available for free download here. Be sure to read my review of it here. Also, the band will be doing a live phone interview on Live With DJ Rossstar on Thursday @ 7pm Pacific Time on Stickam.
Check out another new song from The Honesty called "The Way Out" in the replies. You can read about the meaning behind the track here. His new EP, Find Comfort Here, will be available November 1st for free.