Archive for October 20th, 2009

Cartel’s New Album CYCLES In Stores Now

Cycles, the new album from Cartel, is now in stores! Cycles is the Atlanta band’s third studio album and the hotly anticipated follow-up to 2007’s self-titled record. It features the singles “Let’s Go” and “The Perfect Mistake,” and is a perfect pop-punk record from start to finish, with infectious hooks and lyrics that will keep […]

Pearl Jam Teams Up With Blackberry

Posted from Pearl Jam and Verizon have teamed up to launch a new mobile app that will allow Blackberry Tour users to download three live tracks from each of the remaining shows on the band’s current Backspacer tour, which concludes November 29th in Christchurch, New Zealand (check out the full list of dates below). […]

Daytrippin’ with Bon Iver

Pitchfork gets some time to chat with the beloved Bon Iver at the Oya Festival in Norway. The 12-minute video includes candid interviews, live footage, and Scandinavians.

Attack Attack! Lose Vocalist

Just after starting their fall headlining run, it seems Attack Attack! may be in trouble. Due to his absence from the band’s Myspace and apparently a blog which we’re currently unable to read on his personal Myspace, vocalist Nick Barham has apparently left the group. We’ll bring you more details once they emerge. UPDATE: From […]

La Dispute Come Home

Our good friends in La Dispute are home from their run with Thursday and The Fall of Troy. If you head over to their WEBSITE, you can see about a bajillion pictures and some videos of the chaos that ensued. However, for those short on time, all the awesomeness can be summed up by simply […]

MGMT announces new album name

Thanks to Pitchfork As reported by the San Francisco Examiner (via NME) and confirmed by their label, MGMT’s new album is called Congratulations. Whether the title turns out to be generous or pompous, we’ll just have to wait and see. In fact, there are very few nailed-down details when it comes to the record, except […]

Beach House announce Sub-Pop Album debut

Courtesy: Amy Phillips, Pitchfork Beach House have revealed the details of their third album, their first release on new label Sub Pop. Teen Dream will be released on January 26, 2010 on CD and LP. It was produced and engineered by Chris Coady (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV on the Radio, Grizzly Bear). (Via Ragged Words.) […]

Motion City Soundtrack title new album

New York, NY – Motion City Soundtrack confirm My Dinosaur Life as the title of their new album and Columbia Records debut.  The album was produced by Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus, who first teamed up with the boys in 2005 when he produced Commit This to Memory, and mixed by Andy Wallace (Nirvana, Rage Against the Machine, Sonic Youth).  […]

Dangerous Summer and Mercy Mercedes hit the road

The Dangerous Summer, Mercy Mercedes, Between The Trees, and Single File are hitting the road: 11.10.09 – THE BALCONY BAR @ Trocadero – Philadelphia, PA 11.11.09 – CROCODILE ROCK CAFÉ – Allentown, PA 11.12.09 – WEBSTER UNDERGROUND – Hartford, CT 11.13.09 – THE ELODLYN TERRACE – Altoona, PA 11.15.09 – SCHOOL OF ROCK – South […]

Thursday unleash a new video

To keep with today’s apparent theme, Thursday have premiered a new music video as well:

Green Day release new video

If you CLICK HERE, you can view Green Day’s video for “21st Century Breakdown” that has yet to premiere in the US.

A Skylit Drive Could Sink a Ship

Look below for the premiere of A Skylit Drive’s video for “Those Cannons Could Sink a Ship.”