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Stream There For Tomorrow’s ‘Nightscape’

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About two weeks ago, There for Tomorrow announced plans to release a new album at the end of the month. Instead of it being a full-fledged studio album, the band decided to go ahead and record an EP of only six tracks, two which had previously been released.

Now, with less than 12 hours until the digital EP is officially released, the band are giving fans the chance to listen to the record in full. Instead of sticking to the pop-punk sound we’ve been accustom to, their sound seems to have matured since the days of A Little Faster, though we do still listen to that album on repeat all the time.

Check out Nightscape below.

When asked about the direction of the album by the Huffington Post, who kind of began streaming the new record on their site first, vocalist and guitarist Maika Maile said, “We had been touring off ‘The Verge’ for about a year and a half and we just felt like we were stuck in this cycle: you make a record, then you tour on it for two years, and then do it again four times in a row.”

“We kind of hit a wall creatively, and just to be dead honest, the moral was down. We were stuck in this box that we always wanted to transcend, all the boundaries and pigeonholes that we had set for ourselves and that others had set for us. We just needed a break.”

And it looks like that break certainly paid off because the new record is just about to be released. Nightscape, which was independently released, was mainly written and recorded by written and recorded by Maile and drummer, Chris Kamrada.

 
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Posted by on October 20, 2014 in Music News, Streaming

 

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The Chemical Brothers Team Up with Lorde and Miguel for ‘Hunger Games’ Track

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay–Part I is so close to being released in theaters and we have yet to hear any of the songs on the upcoming film’s soundtrack.

A few months back, it was revealed New Zealand singer, Lorde would be taking over the job as “curator” of the soundtrack. Up until now, we’ve only head one song from the film’s soundtrack, Lorde’s “Yellow Flicker Beat” which was present in the latest trailer for the film.

Today, those wonder when we will get another track from the record were given an electronic track titled “This is Not a Game.”

But if you think this is just another run-of-the-mill soundtrack song or another Lorde song that could find its home on her album Pure Heroine then you would be wrong.

“This is Not a Game” which premiered on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio show (as always) is a Chemical Brothers’ song which feature Lorde and Miguel on vocals.

Yes, quite a mix, but don’t expect Lorde to be a prominent fixture on the track because she really only there to say three words, “there it is.”

Check out the song here as we wait for an official version to be released.

“This is Not a Game” is now the second song confirmed for the soundtrack which raises the question, “when are we getting the rest of the list of artists?”

Soon, we hope since The Hunger Games: Mockingjay–Part I comes out on Nov. 21 while the soundtrack will reportedly be released on Nov. 17.

 
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Posted by on October 20, 2014 in Music News, Streaming

 

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Sleater-Kinney Give Fans Major Good News

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If you are a fan of Sleater-Kinney then today was probably one of the best Mondays you can ask for with all the news that came from their camp.

As if news of their reunion wasn’t enough, the band released a brand new song over the weekend, announced a brand new record was on the way and to top it all off, they will be heading out on a world tour in 2015.

Lots of news to take in on a Monday, huh? At least it’s not a dull start to the week.

The lead single off of the upcoming album is titled “Bury Our Friend” and can be heard below.

“Bury Our Friends” will be featured on their upcoming record titled, No Cities to Love which will be released through Sub Pop Record in January of 2015. No specific date has been given yet.

The upcoming world tour is the first time since 2006 that the group have been reunited. If you are one of the people who are saying “that’s a lie” then you’re probably counting that brief reunion at Pearl Jam’s concert in 2013 as one.

The full tracklist for No Cities to Love as well as the 2015 world tour dates can be seen here.

NO CITIES TO LOVE TRACKLISTING:

1. Price Tag
2. Fangless
3. Surface Envy
4. No Cities to Love
5. A New Wave
6. No Anthems
7. Gimme Love
8. Bury Our Friends
9. Hey Darling
10. Fade

SLEATER-KINNEY TOUR DATES:

02/08/15 Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory – Spokane

02/09/15 Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory – Boise

02/10/15 Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot

02/12/15 Denver, CO @ Ogden Theater

02/13/15 Omaha, NE @ Slowdown

02/14/15 Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue

02/15/15 Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Hall

02/17/15 Chicago, IL @ Riviera

02/22/15 Boston, MA @ House of Blues

02/24/15 Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club

02/26/15 New York, NY @ Terminal 5

02/28/15 Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer

03/01/15 Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE

03/18/15 Berlin, Germany @ Postbahnhof

03/19/15 Amsterdam, The Netherlands @ Paradiso

03/20/15 Paris, France @ Cigale

03/21/15 Antwerp, Belgium @ Trix

03/23/15 London, UK @ Roundhouse

03/24/15 Manchester, UK @ Albert Hall

03/25/15 Glasgow, UK @ O2 ABC

03/26/15 Dublin, Ireland @ Vicar Street

 
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Posted by on October 20, 2014 in Music News, Music Videos

 

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“Baby Don’t Lie,” Gwen Stefani Has a New Song Out

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It feels like ages since Gwen Stefani has released any new music, but the No Doubt frontwoman has returned with a new track.

After months of hinting at new music and that mega-producer and fellow The Voice judge Pharrell Williams would be producing her new record, the first single has been unleashed.

The song, which is titled “Baby Don’t Lie” is catchy, much like her previous albums without being too “juvenile.”

Instead of being a full-blown, overproduced, dance floor tune, the track seems to take those elements mix it together with some maturity and there you have it. With that being said, it feels like the opposite of what “Hollaback Girl” was, but then again, that was eight long years ago.

Check out the catchy song below.

“Baby Don’t Lie” which was co-written by OneRepublic maverick Ryan Tedder, will of course appear on Stefani’s third solo album which is expect to be released before the end of 2014.

As of now, no official title has been given for the upcoming record, though we assume with a release time frame of 2014, we’ll be getting the album title any day now.

 
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Posted by on October 20, 2014 in Music News, Streaming

 

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Watch Yellowcard Perform “One Bedroom” on Tour Opening Night

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We’ve said it once and we’ve said it again, we aren’t fans of when people spend a complete concert filming the entire thing on their phone and/or their phone and missing the feeling of actually being there, in the flesh watching an artist perform.

But even though we get peeved by it, that doesn’t mean that all footage shot at a show will annoy us because come on, we are guilty of doing the same sometimes. Case and point comes from a Yellowcard fan, who shot the band’s first time performing new song and lead single, “One Bedroom” live.

The video was shot at the House of Blues in Las Vegas which also happened to be the first stop on their co-headlining tour with Memphis May Fire and Emaroa.

Check out the video below.

The Yellowcard/Memphis May Fire co-headlining tour continues tonight at the North Park Theater in San Diego and will wrap up on Nov. 16 at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco.

Full tour dates can be seen below.

YELLOWCARD and MEMPHIS MAY FIRE CO-HEADLINING TOUR:

10/17 San Diego, CA – North Park Theatre

10/18 Anaheim, CA – House of Blues

10/19 Tempe, AZ – Marquee Theatre

10/21 Dallas, TX – House of Blues

10/22 San Antonio, TX – Backstage Live

10/23 Houston, TX – House of Blues

10/25 Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live

10/26 Tampa, FL – The Ritz Ybor

10/28 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade

10/29 Charlotte, NC – Amos Southend

10/30 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage

10/31 Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom

11/02 New York, NY – Best Buy Theatre

11/03 Philadelphia, PA – The Electric Factory

11/04 Boston, MA – House of Blues

11/06 Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre

11/07 Pontiac, MI – Crofoot Ballroom

11/08 Chicago, IL – Concord Music Hall

11/09 Minneapolis, MN – Mill City Nights

11/11 Denver, CO – The Summit Music Hall

11/12 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex

11/14 Reno, NV – Knitting Factory

11/15 Los Angeles, CA – Club Nokia

11/16 San Francisco, CA – Regency Ballroom

 
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Posted by on October 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

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Blink-182 Aiming for Summer 2015 Release for New Album

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Blink-182 fans don’t need to worry that the new album Mark Hoppus promised us might not be happening as soon as we were led to believe. Doubts might have begun to be raised when frontman, Tom DeLonge announced his side project, Angels and Airwaves, would be releasing a new album by the end of the year.

Those doubts were put to rest during an interview DeLonge had with music site, Wondering Sound with several questions being answered including when they will beginning writing for the new record,

“We actually have our very first big writing session coming here in the next few weeks where we’ll get together and lay down our first tracks,” DeLonge told Wondering Sound.

As for the project time frame for the new album’s release date, DeLonge said, “I am hoping that we can get this thing out by summer, but we will see.”

We could only hope because typically tours come The “we’ll see” might raise some concerns, but a Summer release would work in their favor because new album typically mean that the band will head out on some sort of tour to promote it (fingers crossed).

In the same interview, DeLonge was asked about Angels and Airwaves’ new record, The Dream Walker. The album which reportedly was set to for a Halloween released date was misreported and corrected by DeLonge who revealed the actual album is set to be released in December, not October.

But that’s not saying that he doesn’t have something up his sleeve planned for Halloween. Once again, the frontman dropped hints about something “big” coming on Halloween for Angels and Airwaves, both the band and the company behind the band.

“This is a huge release for me. We’ve been recording it for two years and Halloween is gonna be a big day, that’s all I can say.”

If that doesn’t say cryptic we don’t know what does. Guess all we can really do is sit back and wait for the spooky holiday to come while we listen to “Paralyzed” on repeat.

 
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Posted by on October 17, 2014 in Music News

 

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Fall Out Boy Want You to Remember Them for “Centuries”

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A month or so after photos were uploaded online from fans present at the filming of Fall Out Boy’s new music video, which ruined their new music surprise, the band have finally released the official music video for the track.

Watch as the gladiator versions of themselves become the “David” against the big creepy “Goliath” in their version of the story.

Oh, and you might want to keep your eyes to the screen, because there is a really weird cameo from someone we would never expect.

No more information has been given about the band’s upcoming new record aside from the confirmation that it will be “coming soon” through Island/D2C2 Records, though there rumblings that it will be titled Centuries.

 
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Posted by on October 17, 2014 in Music News, Music Videos

 

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