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The Vibrant Sound Tease New Song, Give Away Concert Tickets

The Vibrant SoundThe Vibrant Sound are gearing up to unveil a brand new track at their Provo, UT show on Feb. 28, and are giving away two free tickets. The band recently teased a short clip of their new track via Facebook, which you can check out here. Support on that date will come from Better Taste Bureau with headliner Mimi Knowles. If you can’t make this one, you can catch the band on tour with The Knux this March. Check out those dates below. Continue reading ‘The Vibrant Sound Tease New Song, Give Away Concert Tickets’

My Chemical Romance Release Final Song

MyChemicalRomance-150x150Last March, My Chemical Romance announced that after 12 years and four albums, it was finally time to bow out. Today, we bring you the last track the band ever recorded, “Fake Your Death.” Called a “eulogy for the band” by frontman Gerard Way, “Fake Your Death” will appear on the band’s forthcoming greatest hits compilation, May Death Never Stop You. The compilation will feature 18 tracks, including “Fake Your Death” and three demos. Stream the new song below.  Continue reading ‘My Chemical Romance Release Final Song’

Watch The New Video For PT Walkley’s “Leeches”

Screen shot 2014-01-08 at 9.04.25 PMJessica Lauretti, one half of OurStage alt folk artists This Frontier Needs Heroes, has directed the video for fellow New Yorker PT Walkley‘s new single “Leeches.”

Walkley is a longtime fixture on the New York music scene, having fronted the much-loved indie rockers Track Rabbit before launching a solo career. He’s also composed songs and scores for several films, including four collaborations with Edward Burns.

“Leeches” is from Walkley’s forthcoming LP Shoulders, out this week. It is Lauretti’s third video as a director. About “Leeches,” she writes, “What was my inspiration? The quick answer is that it’s my attempt at making something mainstream and commercial while sort of making fun of things that are mainstream and commercial. Girls! Kittens! Whoop! ;)”

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Saturate Stream New Single

SaturateOurStage artists Saturate have just dropped their brand new single “Through My Eyes” via Breaking Point Records, and it’s already receiving rave reviews. Formed in 2005, Saturate put intricate melodies over heavy rhythms and emotional lyrics to create their own spin on hard rock. This blend has earned them high-profile gigs with acts like Five Finger Death Punch, Korn, and Drowning Pool. Check out their new track below, and catch the band in and around Texas and Louisiana this March. Continue reading ‘Saturate Stream New Single’

The Narrative To Release New Music & Video

The Narrative New York’s The Narrative recently teased fans with a big announcement…if they hit 20,000 likes on Facebook. With hardly any effort at all, the duo surpassed that marker and revealed plans to mix and master 12 new songs that were recorded nearly two years ago. Although the details on the potential release are still a little hazy, the band has also promised the premiere of a new music video and song in the near future. As much as we love the suspense and anticipation of new tunes, we’re a little anxious to learn when we can really hear them. At least with the band’s promise that “lots of new music and a music video [will be] coming your way from The Narrative in 2014″ we know the wait can’t be too long. Check out the full Facebook post from The Narrative here.

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New England Music Awards Announce 2014 Nominees

New England Music AwardsAh, the New England Music Awards. A chance for this amazing cluster of states to celebrate an incredible array of talent. For its third year, the awards will take place at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium in Lowell, MA and kick off February 21st. The event will include  several concerts, as well as a free artist conference featuring guest speakers and panel discussions.

Leading the way this year are Deer Tick and Spose, who hold three nominations each. OurStage artists Gentlemen Hall, The Shana Stack Band, Nemes, and Darlingside are also up for awards, while hosts for the evening will include Dressed for the Occasion, Haley Sabella, Josh Logan, Sarah Borrello, The Mallett Brothers BandWill Dailey, and comedian Steve Sweeney. Check out the full list of nominations below.

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Pitchfork Festival 2014 Lineup

Pitchfork FestivalThe 2014 Pitchfork Festival lineup has finally been announced, and it includes headliners Beck, Kendrick Lamar, and Neutral Milk Hotel, as well as support from Slowdive, Pusha T, and The Range. With five months until the festival launches its three night stay in Chicago’s Union Park, fans can expect to see many more bands added to the lineup. For now, you can check out the initial announcement below, and catch the festival July 18-20.  Continue reading ‘Pitchfork Festival 2014 Lineup’

Satellites and Sirens Launch Kickstarter, Offer Free Album Download

Satellites and SirensThere are a lot of reasons I have a burning desire to move to Nashville, not the least of which is the legendary music scene. In addition to the old school music business, and the attendant wealth of singer-songwriters, the city also boasts a history of cutting edge bands. Take for instance Satellites and Sirens. Citing influences like Jimmy Eat World, and 30 Seconds To Mars, these Nashville natives have perfected their craft well enough to earn themselves not only a sea of loyal fans, but a spot on the Rock Boat back in 2012, alongside acts such as NEEDTOBREATHE, and Bronze Radio Return.

But making music isn’t easy, and it definitely isn’t cheap, which is why the band has launched a 30-day Kickstarter to help fund their third full-length, One Noise. With a March 2014 release date, the band is offering some pretty cool prizes to help incentivize fans. Aside from the usual rewards of digital downloads, CDs, posters, etc., some of the more creative rewards include a phone call from the band, custom artwork on a guitar pedal, a Fender Telecaster, an in-home acoustic concert, or being flown out to be in the band’s next music video. You can check out their Kickstarter video below, and pledge here. The band is also currently giving away a copy of their last album, Frequency, which we highly recommend picking up. You can grab that here. Continue reading ‘Satellites and Sirens Launch Kickstarter, Offer Free Album Download’

Bridge To Grace Announce March Tour

Bridge To GraceAlright you Midwest hard rockers, we have some fantastic news to share with you. Atlanta’s Bridge To Grace has just released a string of Midwest tour dates this March, hitting Michigan, Wisconsin, and Illinois in a short two week run. Support will come from Florida based alt-rockers Breaking Through. Bridge To Grace has had a pretty successful year already with their new track, “The Fold” hitting Music Choice on TV/satellite, and even hitting #50 on the Mediabase Active Rock Chart. So when these two bands roll through your town next month, be sure to clear your calendar and support your local music scene. Check out the dates below, and keep an eye out, as more dates are expected to be announced soon. Continue reading ‘Bridge To Grace Announce March Tour’

Chvrches Cover Arctic Monkeys’ “Do I Wanna Know?”

ChvrchesChvrches have been rocking a myriad of covers lately, from Whitney Houston to Bauhaus. With each one, the Scottish trio inject that signature synthpop sound and crooning vocals for a truly unique experience. Adding the Arctic Monkeys to their hit list, the band recently did an in-studio session with Triple J to cover “Do I Wanna Know,” off Arctic Monkeys’ 2013 release, AM. You can check out the cover below. Continue reading ‘Chvrches Cover Arctic Monkeys’ “Do I Wanna Know?”’


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