Today we're excited to announce we'll be partnering up with No Sleep Records for their first ever tour. The "Death to False Music" tour will be heading across the country this October. Rescuer and Aviator will be anchoring the bill with Seasons Change on the west coast dates and The Felix Culpa on the east coast. Hit the replies to see all the dates so far announced -- tickets will go on sale this Friday. Label owner, Chris Hansen, had this to say about his label's first tour:
Doing a No Sleep tour has always been something we've wanted to do, and could not be more pleased with the first of hopefully many to come. Much love for all the bands doing the tour, and we hope you enjoy it.
I like ďA Little LostĒ because itís all about kissing. I love kissing. If I could kiss all day, I would. I canít stop thinking about kissing. I like kissing more than sex because thereís no end to it. You can kiss forever. You can kiss yourself into oblivion. You can kiss all over the body. You can kiss yourself to sleep. And when you wake up, you canít stop thinking about kissing. Dammit, I canít get anything done because Iím so busy thinking about kissing. Kissing is madness! But itís absolute paradise, if you can find a good kisser.
Pussy Riotís Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, who received amnesty late last year after serving 21 months in prison and pre-trial confinement, are each seeking Ä120,000 (more than $161,000) in compensation, plus Ä10,000 (more than $13,000) in court fees.
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.
Fashion Meets Music Festival and headlining artist R. Kelly have come to the mutual decision to cancel Kellyís upcoming performance, which was scheduled to take place on Friday, August 29th. FMMF will still proceed as planned on August 29-31st in Columbus, Ohio.
The biggest buzz came from Body Count, the rap-metal crossover group fronted by hip-hop icon Ice-T. Ice-T - these days a household name who is perhaps better known for his acting career than his music - certainly doesn't need to be doing this, but he's there for the love of it. He even brought his son, Ice Morrow, on tour to perform backing vocals. Most of the crowd seemed to go to the set purely out of curiosity, but it didn't take long for them to get roped in by Ice's showmanship.
When we wrote and recorded our first record, it was before "Defend Pop Punk" and that type of shit. Once it came out, we were very embraced by that community, and we werenít necessarily comfortable with that. So we kind of made this reactionary record where it sort of focused on what we werenít good at, and trying to succeed that way. But yeah, you should just make a record you want to make and not think about peopleís expectations.
Musicians use Next to record short videos of their music -- anywhere from 10 seconds to 3 minutes. Users then log on and watch 30-second excerpts of the songs, swiping left to dismiss and swiping right to like. If you find an artist you're interested in, you can follow them on the app or tap to share via SMS, email and Twitter.
By early 2013, Vancouver resident Kasey Anderson had already been caught bilking 30 investors in a non-existent benefit album for the ďWest Memphis Three.Ē Rather than change his ways, though, federal prosecutors say he soaked two more victims, both old friends. [...] To court investors, Anderson claimed Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, R.E.M. and several other high-profile musicians would be on the album. Profits from the album and an associated concert series were to go to the West Memphis Three Legal Defense Fund.