There have been so many great tours announced recently, and we’ve got another one for you! American metalcore band, August Burns Red, have announced a month-long North American tour with supporting acts Every More »
After slaying the charts with her latest single, “Cool For The Summer,” Demi Lovato has announced the release date and album art of her forthcoming album. Confident, which is due out October More »
Following their headline performances at this weekend’s Reading & Leeds Festival, The Libertines have announced some crazy small last minute UK dates. They start in just 5 days on September 6 in Glasgow, passing More »
Heavy rockers The Acacia Strain are ready to hit the road again this fall. They happen to be bringing some seriously mosh-worthy bands with them on their forthcoming headliner. Joining the tour More »
Bring Me The Horizon have a hotly anticipated album, That’s The Spirit, dropping September 11. They have released a few tastes of what the album will sound like, including the anthemic single “Throne.” More »
Kyle Fasel has been working on his own solo spoken word project for some time now. Although known mostly for his sad and relateable songwriting and bass skills for Illinois pop punk band, Real More »
Last night, Taylor Swift welcomed emo princess Avril Lavigne on stage for a special performance of Lavigne’s hit song, “Complicated.” Check out a fan-shot video of the performance below the jump and prepare More »
So, unless you have been living under a really heavy rock, you know that One Direction is disbanding in March to work on solo projects…. Except, they aren’t. Not only are they More »
Hot off the heels of a signing with Boston based Antique Records, Father Mountain have premiered a new song titled “Jamais Vu” on ModernVinyl. The track is an acoustic tale of vocalist Zane Martin’s “pleading to myself to make up my mind and move on”, the remnants of a broken relationship lay to rest in this track.
The song comes off the band’s label debut, a deluxe edition of On Leaving & Being Left Behind, which arrives September 25. Check out the song below, and grab a copy for yourself here.
After the first leg of our nationwide tour, we jumped onto our friends in A Crowd Like You’s Ride Or Die tour and headed west with them; starting in our hometown of Long Island, we nearly sold out Amityville Music Hall.
Directly after that incredible Amityville show, we set out to Ohio and within a day (and with reality already settling in) we found ourselves very, very far from home. Yet we eventually were made to feel remarkably at home after playing Frankie’s Inner City in Toledo OH, which several locals made it known to us that it was, “the most fun we’ve had in a while”. We then headed out west. After playing three insane shows across Michigan with our new friends in Lights Out Paris and hitting up Bier Stube in Illinois, we had one of our most successful performances which took place at the Moxi Theater in Colorado.
After a quick pit stop in Las Vegas for a night, we headed off to California to finish up our tour. Santa Ana would prove to be one of the highlights of the tour but by now we were showing signs of being home sick and missing our friends and family back in Long Island, NY. I guess the reality that “good things must come to an end” is finally hitting us and this journey across America will all be a fantastic memory very soon. It’s comforting to know, however, that we will be keeping the promises we made and coming back to these places one day soon to visit and play for all the amazing friends we made along the way.
Mod Sun is currently on his way to Spain, Italy, Amsterdam and Paris to film and direct his first official short film titled “INSIDEOUTSIDE.” Before flying out, Mod announced his Pink Lemonade Tour, which will include supporting performances from New Beat Fund, Allday and Benny Freestyles.
The tour kicks off on October 23 in Santa Ana, California and has 11 stops spread throughout the continental United States. You can check out the complete tour itinerary below the jump.
Animal Collective has announced that they are releasing their first live album of a single show this Friday, September 4.
The album, named Live at 9:30, is a recording of the band’s set at the venue 9:30 (Washington, D.C.) from June 12, 2013. Limited editions of the album as hand-numbered box sets are also available.
You can see the band’s official announcement and tracklisting of the new album below the jump.
Confident, which is due out October 16, will be Lovato’s fifth album, and includes 11 songs (15 on the deluxe version), including “Cool For The Summer,” and the title track “Confident.” The album is currently available for pre-order on iTunes.
The album cover, which you can see below the jump, shows Lovato voguing while wearing a Lady Gaga-esque outfit.
Following their headline performances at this weekend’s Reading & Leeds Festival, The Libertines have announced some crazy small last minute UK dates.
They start in just 5 days on September 6 in Glasgow, passing through Nottingham, Bristol, London and Manchester, playing venues of around only 2,000 cap (and less!). That may not sound too intimate, but when you compare it to crowds that weren’t too far away from 100,000 at the weekend, they are!
Check out their recent track “Glasgow Coma Scale Blues” below.
Based around their previous back-to-back Brixton Academy dates, Twenty One Pilots have put out dates for a full UK tour.
They’re already hitting up ‘sunny Blighty ‘ in November for a small string of dates and will make a full return just three months after in February.
The dates continue their relentless touring of this year’s critically acclaimed album Blurryface. It debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 and hit #4 in Canada, not a bad feat for a band only hitting the likes of #58 with their previous release.
Pete Wentz will be hosting tomorrow’s segment of World Record on Beats 1, and airing the new Panic! single at 12 P.M. EST. Knowing P!ATD, the single is sure to be huge and catchy. Check out a confirmation tweet form Wentz after the jump.
Let’s put this in perspective: I’ve been playing solo for the better part of the last 13 years. I’ve spent nearly half of my life sitting in my room hacking away on an acoustic trying to make sense of the world around me. Playing solo wasn’t a necessity or the truthful living of the Frank Turner joke, “a singer that lacks the friends to form a band…..the singer/songwriter.” but it was a conscious choice that helped me collect my thoughts and experiment with my songwriting.
Infectious Magazine’s Sami Marshall recently had the opportunity to pose some questions to Dom Cuce, vocalist for New Jersey pop rock band The Stolen during their recent month-long tour. The two talked about life on the road, music with a message and lessons learned from vets in the industry.
Check out the full interview after the jump, as well as the video for their latest single “Chardonnay.”
Last night, perhaps in honor of the 2015 Video Music Awards, Taylor Swift released her latest music video from 1989, her sunny fifth single “Wildest Dreams.”
Taking on a wilderness theme, the video is a sort of safari romance that one-ups Katy Perry’s own jungle video for 2013’s “Roar.” And, much to the shock of dedicated Swifties, Swift debuted new brunette locks, instead of her signature blonde hairdos. You can see the video below the jump.
In case you didn’t get enough of Miss Miley Cyrus last night at MTV’s Video Music Awards, Cyrus has capped off the wacky experience by releasing a new (and free) album via soundcloud.
Her new album, named Miley Cyrus And Her Dead Petz, contains a whopping 23 songs. From somber numbers like “The Floyd Song,” to the zany “Dooo It!” which Cyrus played at the VMAs, the album ain’t no poppy Bangerz – it’s much more on the alternative side.
You can hear all 23 songs, as well as see the avant-garde video for “Dooo It!” below the jump.
To hear more from Cyrus, you can purchase a CD here.
Sparks are set to record in November, and from the looks of it, the effort will be a full-length. Check out a tweet from the group after the jump!
Kyle Fasel has been working on his own solo spoken word project for some time now. Although known mostly for his sad and relateable songwriting and bass skills for Illinois pop punk band, Real Friends, Fasel also has a knack for writing spoken word poetry.
In his latest poem, titled “sadness is the lock,” Fasel talks about how easy it is to focus on sadness, while ignoring happiness.
“Don’t keep looking at the ground when the sky is right above you,” Fasel says. “You’re the one keeping that chin down. Don’t keep shutting the door when someone that cares about you is trying to open it. Your sadness is literally the lock on the door and happiness is the key,” he continues. The poem is layered over a soft acoustic melody so create a soft and comforting sound. Check out the poem below the jump and let us know what you think of it in the comments section.
To hear more of Kyle’s spoken word poetry, you can digitally purchase his pieces here. This fall, Real Friends will be on tour with Mayday Parade, This Wild Life, and As It Is. To hear more from the band, you can purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here.
Last night, Taylor Swift welcomed emo princess Avril Lavigne on stage for a special performance of Lavigne’s hit song, “Complicated.” Check out a fan-shot video of the performance below the jump and prepare to go back in time to 2002.
Taylor Swift is currently on her 1989 World Tour. Throughout the tour, the pop star has been collaborating with various international musicians to put together special performances. Among the performers are Selena Gomez, Justin Timberlake, John Legend, and St. Vincent to name a few. Who do you think Swift will bring on next? Let us know in the comments section.
Don’t let her cool turquoise hair fool you – self-proclaimed “wanderess” Halsey is on fire. Despite a delightfully absurd amount of touring, Halsey has been dispensing glittery, yet empowering alt-pop gems as singles all summer, the most recent of which is “Drive.”
“Drive,” the new starlet’s seemingly umpteenth single (her past singles include “Hurricane,” “Ghost,” “Hold Me Down,” and “New Americana”), is what Halsey calls “sad vibey heat.” You can hear the song below the jump.
Back at the beginning of her career, Adele set a nifty little pattern for herself when it came to releasing albums (see: 19 and 21, both albums roughly released at Adele’s corresponding age, two years apart).
After a four-year hiatus, Billboard reports that Adele’s third album is due out in November 2015, and may be called 25 (despite her currently being 27).
You can see what Billboard had to say about Adele’s forthcoming album below the jump.