Archive for July 10th, 2014

Seaway Join Pure Noise Records

Seaway are a Canadian pop punk band hailing from Oakville, Ontario. Earlier today, the band happily announced that they have signed to California-based label Pure Noise Records. Be sure to hit up the band on Facebook to congratulate them on the exciting news. If you would like to check out the band live, they are […]

LYRIC VIDEO: Famous Last Words – “The Uprise”

Famous Last Words recently announced the details for their forthcoming album, Council Of The Dead. Just like their previous effort, this is a concept album. They released the title track back in January, and today they have teamed up with Alternative Press to premiere the lyric video for their second single, titled “The Uprise.” Give […]

Palisades Announce Details For Remix EP, Stream First Single

Earlier today Palisades surprised fans by announcing details for a remix EP that will drop at the end of the month. The EP is titled Another Techno Jawn, and it’s set to be released July 29. All five tracks are different remixes of “High And Low.” The first track they’ve premiered is the remix by […]

Steady Hands And W.C. Lindsay Announce East Coast Dates

Steady Hands, the acoustic-led side project of Modern Baseball‘s Sean Huber, will be touring the East Coast this Summer with W.C. Lindsay. The tour runs through August and hits most major outlets between New England and Florida. Venue information has yet to be released. Given Modern Baseball’s rise to fame over the past several months, […]

STREAM: Generationals – “Gold Silver Diamond”

The pop-duo Generationals didn’t waste any time writing the follow-up to Heza from last year. As one of my favorite records from 2013, I was ecstatic to see that they had already posted a new song from their forthcoming album, Alix, which is called “Gold Silver Diamond.” Early on in the track, you’ll likely be […]

WATCH: The Vines – “Metal Zone”

In anticipation of their upcoming full-length, Wicked Nature, The Vines have released the video for their first single, “Metal Zone.” A short two-and-a-half minutes and the band proves that they can be just as in-your-face as ever before. The rock guitars are loud, and the punk is just as catchy, and the video carries a […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Young the Giant – “Mind Over Matter”

Earlier this year, Californian indie-pop group Young the Giant dropped a new album titled Mind Over Matter. It’s bright, fun, and more anthemic than their past work, particularly the title track (as almost all title tracks are). Now that we have a music video to go with that song, it proves just how bold of a band they have […]

Listen to Bat For Lashes’ New Song “Skin Songs”

What do pathologists, neurologists, stem cell researchers, and hospital surgeons have in common? They’re all recording an album, of course. Okay, okay, so it’s not just medical nerds gathering around to see how sine waves match up with sound, but rather some seriously smart medical experts teaming up with UL musicians to create a collection of […]

Allison Weiss Streams “Remember When”

In a little less than two weeks the power pop singer/songwriter Allison Weiss will be releasing her brand new EP, titled Remember When. Up until today, she had only released two singles from it. Earlier this morning though she teamed up with MTV to premiere the title track. You can check it out by taking […]

Guillermo del Toro Shooting Small, Black and White Film Before ‘Pacific Rim 2’

Cinephile-favorite filmmaker Guillermo del Toro  just recently announced that Pacific Rim 2 is set for a 2017 release, and he’s in post-production for Crimson Peak, but that doesn’t mean that’s all he has on his plate. In a conversation with Collider, del Toro revealed he’s planning a new piece that will be filmed before the massive Pacific Rim sequel. The film […]

James Vincent McMorrow Announces November US Tour

In January, James Vincent McMorrow stole our hearts with Post Tropical, and later this year, the Irish crooner will be returning stateside for a handful of shows in support of his latest release. The fun begins in Dallas, Texas on November 1, following a hefty European run. A full itinerary can be found after the break. […]

Pup interview 2014

Watch PUP Cover the Buzzcocks

Punk manages to revitalize itself every few years just enough for bands to claim it isn’t dead but for modern dads to say it’s not the same. Today we find ourselves right in the meat of that argument as Side One Dummy punk group PUP head over to the AV Club to cover one of […]