Fun. have released an advance stream of their Record Store Day release, Point & Light, via Soundcloud. The songs were recorded in 2008 for the album Aim & Ignite. The vinyl will be More »
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Epitaph Records has added the band This Wild Life, from Long Beach, California, to the roster. This Wild Life is a duo made up of members Kevin Jordan and Anthony Del Grosso. This Wild Life will release their debut album, Clouded, on May 27th via Epitaph.
Epitaph Records is a Hollywood based independent record label owned by Bad Religion guitarist, Brett Gurewitz. The label was originally created in the 1980s for the purpose of selling Bad Religion records but has evolved into a large independent label. Some of the bands signed to the label are Alkaline Trio, The Menzingers, Weezer, Bring Me the Horizon, and many more.
This Wild Life will also be on this summer’s Vans Warped Tour. Buy concert tickets for Warped here. The Wild Life’s upcoming album, Clouded, is available for preorder. Purchase a CD here . Check out a video for “History,” a song off the upcoming album after the jump.
Fun. have released an advance stream of their Record Store Day release, Point & Light, via Soundcloud. The songs were recorded in 2008 for the album Aim & Ignite. The vinyl will be available for purchase tomorrow at independent record stores. You can listen to the EP after the jump.
You can buy concert tickets here for any upcoming tour dates.
The official United States release of the first full-length album by Pixies since 1991 is slotted for April 29th, but the 180-gram double-vinyl is being released a week early for Record Store Day tomorrow. The full track list and some streaming videos from the release are after the jump.
If you don’t make it out to your local record store, the album compiling the band’s three most recent EPs plus an additional track or two is available for pre-order. Purchase a CD here.
Music lovers rejoice! Tomorrow marks the third Saturday in April which only means one thing – Record Store Day! If you didn’t know Record Store Day is observed internationally and purpose is to recognize independent record stores still in business. Tomorrow is great day to head to your local store, purchase some sweet vinyls and chat with other fans. Many stores across the US are celebrating with in-store events and performances. Check out the official website here for more information.
Now onto our photos of the week!
The following photos were posted between April 12-18 2014 and are shown with their original captions. To make it easy for you, we have linked each picture to the user’s account. Be sure to follow each of them so you don’t miss anything! If you missed last weeks edition you can catch up on those pictures here: WEEK #29.
Until next week…
The Maine have unfortunate news for some of their South American fans that hoped to attend their 8123 Tour. The group will not be performing in Chile or Argentina as they intended to. According to the band’s statement, this is due to lack of promoters willing to bring The Maine to these countries. Check out a tweet from the band, which includes their statement, after the jump.
Riot Fest has announced that they will be in Toronto on September 6 and 7, Denver on September 19-21, in addition to the September 12-14 Chicago stop. This year will be the fest’s ten year anniversary. This year’s line up has yet to be announced but past years included Rise Against, Blink 182 and Violent Femmes.
Who would you want to see? Personally, I’m dying to see Rise Against on stage since they’ll have a new album coming out later this year. You can buy concert tickets here once sale dates are announced. Check out the message straight from the Riot Fest after the jump.
Starting today, April 18, and running through Sunday, April 20, the 6th Annual Brooklyn Folk Festival is set to be packed with excellent daytime and evening shows. With a slew of great folk bands in attendance at The Bell House in Brooklyn, N.Y., the festival is sure to be a stellar experience. Check out the line up and schedule below, after the jump.
Want to get in on the action? Buy concert tickets here!
And don’t forget to purchase a CD from your favorite bands to show your support.
Miley Cyrus has recently been put in the hospital as a response to a severe allergic reaction to the antibiotics she’s been taking. For her own health, her doctors have put her on medical rest.
Due to these circumstances, she had to cancel her April 15 show at the Spirit Center in Kansas City, M.O., and her April 16 show in St. Louis, M.O. Unfortunately, her allergic reaction is so severe that she may be in the hospital for up to 27 more days.
Check out a tweet from Cyrus regarding the cancellations below, after the jump.
Fozzy singer Chris Jericho, the Steel Panthers, and Black Veil Brides vocalist Andy Biersack teamed up at the Hollywood House of Blues to perform a cover of the classic Scorpion song, “Rock You Like A Hurricane.” Although not a radical departure from the original, everyone on the stage seems to be having a great time. Check out the video after the jump.
Slam Dunk Festival is an annual three day festival held in England. The festival started in 2006. Originally, the Slam Dunk was small scale with only a handful of bands. Now a large number of well-known bands play the festival. Slam Dunk Festival has more than 40 bands playing across six different stages. Some bands that have played Slam Dunk are Fall Out Boy, You Me At Six, Hundred Reasons, Paramore, and many more.
This year’s festival will be held on May 24-26 in England. This is definitely a festival you do not want to miss. You can buy concert tickets for Slam Dunk and see a full line up of bands below after the jump.
Fun. announced to Rolling Stone Magazine that they’re working on their newest album in a recent interview. You can check out a excerpt from the interview after the jump and see what Nate Ruess of the group had to say.
To check out some music from Fun. you can purchase a CD here.
The new version of the album was released this past week on April 15th coinciding perfectly with their widely talked about and highly praised Coachella performance. The album features the original songs from the first version of the CD, remixed versions of a number of those songs, and other works that weren’t included in its predecessor. You can purchase a CD on iTunes.
The 1975 is currently touring the US, so if you’re interested in seeing them live, you can buy concert tickets here.
The Canadian twin sisters who make up the musical duo of Tegan and Sara have been tapped to play at WorldPride 2014 in Toronto, one of the largest gay pride events in the world. The opening ceremonies begin on June 20 and continue for 10 days. Tegan and Sara will be headlining the closing ceremony.
Fall Out Boy have put together a video looking back at the response to their comeback record Save Rock And Roll. The album was released on April 12, 2013. You can purchase a CD here and watch the video, which the band calls “a love letter back to you” after the jump.
Fall Out Boy will head out on the Monumentour with Paramore this summer. You can buy concert tickets here.