Prawn Share New Single, “Built For”

New Jersey is bringing emo rock back, and Prawn are riding at the front of it. The group dropped their sophomore LP, Kingfisher, earlier this year, but had to cut the 12-song tracklist down due to vinyl limitations. On Record Store Day’s Black Friday event on November 28, the band will share the two songs […]

Stream Braid’s First Album in 16 Years, ‘No Coast’

The Midwestern emo scene was not only one of the most important waves in the ’90s, but one of the most important waves to this day. Chicago got lucky when Braid started up back then, and we are similarly lucky to have them making a return to the scene today. No Coast, their first full-length album […]

Counting Crows Announce New Album

Apparently the ’90s revival continues. Counting Crows have announced that they will be releasing their new studio album, Somewhere Under Wonderland sometime this fall. This will be their first actual original album since 2008 when they released Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings. They also released their covers album, Underwater Sunshine (Or What We Did On […]

The Appleseed Cast Announce New Tour

From The Appleseed Cast’s Facebook page, the band has updated a slew of new spring tour dates, some of which include shows with The Sound of Animals Fighting. The band, who recently released their latest album, Illumination Ritual, (which made my Best Of 2013 In Music, list) has been playing countless shows since its release […]

WATCH: Nai Harvest – “Hold Open My Head”

Last week I fell in love with Nai Harvest. While a little under my radar, their debut Whatever, was just, whatever. But, upon hearing the two tracks they have released thus far for their forthcoming EP Hold Open My Head, I found a connection with those songs that easily surpassed my experiences with their previous […]

Fearless Records Confirms ‘Punk Goes 90s Vol. 2,’ Tease Lit Cover

The new year is upon us and the folks at Fearless Records are wasting no time getting us excited for the upcoming release calendar. A new video made its way online in the last day teasing every release the label has planned for the new year, including albums from The Word Alive and Breathe Carolina. […]

Eels To Release 10th Studio Album: ‘Wonderful, Glorious’

In terms of sadness you have nothing on Eels. Coming off a trio of breakup albums (Hombre Lobo, End Times and Tomorrow Morning) E and company are looking to release their 10th studio album Wonderful, Glorious on February 5, 2013. Judging from the track listing, which can be seen after the jump, would indicate no […]

“Best Is Yet To Come” for Blink-182; Barker to Tour in Australia

Earlier this year, Blink-182 made plans to tour without drummer Travis Barker and squashed rumors of their demise. Now, Barker has let the world in on more of Blink’s plans. In an interview with Rhythm, he said the band had plans to record a new album and that they still had their best in them. […]

Ben Folds Five Already Planning Next Album, But Not Until 2015

Ben Folds Five got back together in 2011 and recorded a few songs for a best of release, which ultimately lead to their album, The Sound of the Life of the Mind, out September 18. Ben Folds recently told billboard.com that although there would definitely be more Ben Folds Five music after this album, he […]

Braid Reunion with Owen as Support

Uhmm… yeah…. This is incredible. 90’s emo-punks Braid have announced that they are doing a reunion tour this August, and it could not be more exciting. On top of their  nine stop tour, they will be bringing one of the kings of the emo genre Owen (Mike Kinsella, Ex-American Football) along with them. This is […]

Ben Folds Five Release “Do It Anyway” For Download

Alternative Press drew our attention to Ben Folds’ facebook this afternoon. It would seem that Fold and his Five have opted to give away the first Ben Folds Five cut available from the September release. You can read the message left by Folds after the jump. Also, feel free to stream the song made available […]

Ain’t No Party Like An S Club 7 Party Cause an S Club 7 Party Don’t Stop (Apparently)

In a shocking turn of events, UK pop group from the 90’s S Club 7 is apparently reforming this summer for a UK tour and two album deal, the Huffington Post says. S Club 7 joins the ranks of the Backstreet Boys and New Kids on the Block who have come back to reclaim the […]