Archive for January 20th, 2014

STREAM: Mine All Mine – “Blood Runs Deep”

The alternative rock outfit known as Mine All Mine are set to release their debut album, Visions, via We Are Triumphant Records February 18. They released a single from the album a few weeks ago, and now they’ve dropped another new song from it. The song is titled “Blood Runs Deep,” and you can check […]

LISTEN: Manchester Orchestra – “Top Notch”

Manchester Orchestra have released a new track titled “Top Notch,” from their upcoming album, Cope. With a giant sound, and a noticeably heavier production than Simple Math, the Atlanta based band is back with a shout. Featuring a massive opening, followed by consciously orchestrated blasts of sounds, the band takes you on quite the adventure. […]

Slowdive Hinting Towards A Reunion

Slowdive was a wonderful band. From Reading, England, the quintet dominated the shoegaze scene in the early nineties. Releasing one of my personal favorite albums, Souvlaki, the band has certainly earned their mark in history. Fortunately, after being inactive for nearly twenty years, it seems that there is hope on the horizon for some form […]

Thrice, TREOS, Hopesfall, The Casket Lottery Members Working On New Project

From the looks of an Instagram post from The Receiving End Of Sirens‘ Brian Southall, Thrice‘s Eddie Breckenridge, The Casket Lottery‘s Nathan Ellis, Hopesfall‘s Jason Trabue, and Southall himself are working on some kind of project. No details have been announced regarding the project, but it sure looks like they’re forming a supergroup. The caption […]

Youth Lagoon Release New Song Featuring Recordings Of Outer Space

It’s not uncommon to hear a certain style of indie music described as “spacey” or “ethereal,” but few, if any, of those songs actually include material recorded outside of our planet’s atmosphere. Youth Lagoon‘s new song, “Worms,” is an exception. The track, which you can hear after the break, isn’t too far removed from the […]

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. Release New Music Video

Detroit indie pop band Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. released their sophomore album, The Speed of Things, last October. The latest single from the record, a bouncy, synthesizer-driven track called “Run,” recently received the music video treatment. The song critiques a vapid, materialistic lifestyle, and the video follows suit, casting its characters in plastic and surrounding […]

Young Thug Partners With Bloody Jay To Form Black Portland, Streams “No F#ck”

We have been talking about Young Thug a lot recently, and from the sounds of it there will be many more headlines on the horizon. Today, Atlanta’s latest export announced that he and Bloody Jay have formed the a new hip-hop group called Black Portland. The newly formed outfit will release their first project tomorrow, […]

The Faceless

MUSIC VIDEO: The Faceless – “Accelerated Evolution”

In December of 2012, metal fans were utterly blindsided when Sumerian Records’ The Faceless released their third album, Autotheism. In the following year, the band pushed through a busy touring schedule in promotion of the album, and included within that was a month-long run with prog metal giants Between The Buried and Me. A video […]

S. Carey Premieres New Song

Sean Carey might be best known his work as the drummer of indie giants Bon Iver and (slightly less so) for his tenure in Minnesota pop punk act Small Towns Burn A Little Slower, but his solo releases under the moniker S. Carey have proven him more than capable of venturing out on his own. […]

All Time Low Announce A Love Like Tour With Man Overboard, Handguns

If All Time Low‘s opening set on the House Party Tour last fall was a little short for your taste, then you’ll want to make sure you catch a date on their upcoming spring tour. Dubbed A Love Like Tour, this will be the Maryland-based quartet’s first proper US headlining run in a year, and […]

Album Stream: The Lawrence Arms – ‘Metropole’

It’s been a long eight years, but The Lawrence Arms‘ first album since 2006’s Oh, Calcutta! has finally arrived. The Chicago trio certainly sound older and wiser, determined but possibly a little haggard – see first single “You Are Here” with lines like “They won’t miss me when I’m gone” and “I’m the chorus to that lonely […]

New Bond Films Will “Build On ‘Skyfall’”

James Bond scriptwriter John Logan revealed the next two movies in the franchise will “build on Skyfall.” Logan, who co-wrote Skyfall, is on board for the 24th and 25th Bond films and has big plans for the next chapter in the spy series. He told IGN, “My goal is to write a great movie that’s […]