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Rachel Sage Announces Tour Dates Surrounding SXSW

Rachel SageAs if hitting one of the music industry’s largest and most talked about festivals wasn’t enough, Rachel Sage has planned a full tour around her dates at SXSW. After hitting Austin from March 12-15, Sage will make stops in New Mexico, Arizona, and California for a mini West Coast tour through the end of March. Although only West Coast dates have been announced, Sage has promised fans that East Coast and Midwest dates will follow. Keep an eye out for Sage’s full-fledged US tour date announcement, and check out current dates below. Continue reading ‘Rachel Sage Announces Tour Dates Surrounding SXSW’

Saturate Stream New Demo Clip

SaturateNot that long ago we were streaming a brand new track by Breaking Point Records artists Saturate. Back then it was “Through My Eyes” but today, the band is bringing us a new demo clip of a previously unheard track called “Noone Cares.” Rough as it may be (after all, it is a demo) it’s already receiving rave reviews from fans. No word yet on when the official stream will be released, but keep checking back for more info. For now, you can check out the track below and catch the band in Texas and Louisiana this March. Continue reading ‘Saturate Stream New Demo Clip’

The Jellybricks Release New Album, ‘Youngstown Tune-Up’

The Jellybricks In today’s ADD, minute-to-minute music world, there are not many bands that can withstand the test of time. But Harrisburg, PA rock ‘n rollers, The Jellybricks are just getting started. Making reliable and delicious power pop since 1996, the band is now celebrating their sixth release, Youngstown Tune-Up. The album brings out that old time rock ‘n roll feel you love, with just a hint of indie edge, making for yet another stand out release in their catalog. You can grab a copy on iTunes, Amazon, or Google Play, and keep an eye out on streaming services like Spotify and Last.fm. For now, check out “About The Weekend,” off the new album below. Continue reading ‘The Jellybricks Release New Album, ‘Youngstown Tune-Up’’

Stepdad Release ‘Strange Tonight’ EP

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Michigan-based Stepdad have just released a poppy new EP entitled Strange Tonight. This catchy as hell four-track EP also packs a punch, in true Stepdad form. An underground fan favorite since 2009, the band has toured with the likes of Fitz & The Tantrums, Reptar, Passion Pit, and are vets of the Vans Warped Tour. They also make frankly delightful videos. Check out the EP below and let us know your thoughts. Continue reading ‘Stepdad Release ‘Strange Tonight’ EP’

Sleigh Bells Announce North American Tour Dates

Sleigh BellsSleigh Bells have just confirmed a lengthy North American tour this April, surrounding dates at the Red Bull Sound Select, Coachella, Governors Ball, NXNE in Toronto, and Firefly Music Festival. Sadly, the tour isn’t as extensive as one might hope, and won’t touch the East Coast aside from their appearances at the Governors Ball in New York and Big Guava Music Festival in Florida. You can check out the full list of dates below.  Continue reading ‘Sleigh Bells Announce North American Tour Dates’

Modern Day Escape Announce Hiatus

Modern Day EscapeAs they say, all good things must come to an end. But it’s never so sad as when we hear those four little words coming from a band we love: “We’re taking a hiatus.” Orlando based hard rock/metal band, Modern Day Escape, announced via Facebook this week that they’d be taking a hiatus “from the music industry as the group Modern Day Escape until further notice.” With that kind of wording, it’s difficult not to daydream about what exactly that might mean. Will they come back under a different name? Split off into side projects? Only time will tell. Check out the full note via Facebook below. Continue reading ‘Modern Day Escape Announce Hiatus’

The Decemberists To Play First Headlining Show In 3 Years

The Decemberists 2013 was definitely a year of reunions, and 2014 is shaping up to be pretty similar, with many a hiatus being ended. And when it’s a band like The Decemberists coming back from a multi-year silence, it’s welcome news. Reuniting in Portland, Oregon on May 30th for the V is for Victory benefit concert, the band hopes to raise money for the Victory Academy, a public school that caters to children with Autism. They’ll perform Castaways and Cutouts in full, along with a few other tracks, and possibly even newer material. Check out the show poster with more details below, and grab tickets beginning March 7th at 12:00 p.m. PST hereContinue reading ‘The Decemberists To Play First Headlining Show In 3 Years’

Bronze Radio Return Reveal SXSW Schedule

Bronze Radio ReturnBronze Radio Return have been on our radar ever since they made our “Best of OurStage 2010” list. Since then, they’ve graced every stage from the the side stage on John Mayer’s Battle Studies tour, to living life on the sea during their stint as performers on the Rock Boat. Now, the band is getting ready to take on another year of South By Southwest with five different performances down in Austin, TX. Check out the schedule here, and listen to “Down There” below.

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Paper Bird Announce West Coast Tour

Paper BirdDespite their name, there’s something absolutely grounding about Paper Bird‘s music. Their sound is easygoing and direct, with a folksy vibe that only a banjo and harmonica can create. And with seven members, one can imagine that touring is no easy task, making it all the more exciting when this Colorado band hits the road. Luckily for those of you on the West Coast, Paper Bird will be in your neck of the woods in no time, with dates in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho this March 18th-23rd with support from The Americans and Head For The Hills. Check out the full list of dates below. Continue reading ‘Paper Bird Announce West Coast Tour’

Warped Tour Announces Next 12 Bands

Warped Tour 2014Usually on Thursday mornings we’re pretty thrilled to bring you the next four, maybe five bands to play this year’s Warped Tour. But this week, FuseTV‘s Warped Roadies has rattled off an incredible 12 new bands. So if your favorite band hadn’t already been announced, your odds of seeing them this summer just tripled.

The next 12 bands to play the tour are The Summer Set, DangerkidsDayshell, For All Those Sleeping, Get Scared, Pvris, Wax, WatskyDJ Nicola Bear, One OK Rock, Pacific Dub, and OurStage artist Heart To HeartDid your favorite bands make the list? If not, check back next week, and in the meantime view previously announced bands below.

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