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ALBUM REVIEW: Me First And The Gimmie Gimmies ‘Are We Not Men? We Are Diva!’

By definition, the Me First And The Gimmie Gimmies formula is an obvious success: grab the biggest names on Fat Wreck Chords and hand them their respective instruments, pick out some critically successful songs from pop-culture for that wonder-lineup to turn into punk songs, pick out a theme to base the track list off of then throw on some silly costumes. Add lots of alcohol, and BAM you’re winning the hearts of thousands of greasy and aging skate punk lovers everywhere.  Now, you’d think that this formula would get old after…

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WATCH: Saves The Day Plays A Backyard Show

Saves The Day played a fan’s backyard as part of the band’s Pledge Music Campaign. The fan (and AP.net user) uploaded the entire set via YouTube. Check out the 3-part video below. Purchase a CD here and buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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The Bands’ Bands: Weatherbox

bands’ band (bӕnds bӕnd) n 1. a musical group/person who is widely regarded amongst other musical groups/persons as worthy of adoration, despite said group/person’s lack of popularity and success within the music industry and/or amongst music consumers 2. talented beyond comprehension 3. tragically unlucky Please follow and like us:

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A Guide to Blink-182 Tribute Albums

For some reason over twelve Blink-182 tribute albums have been released since the early 00’s, and for some reason I’ve decided to organize and rank them. Here we go….       Please follow and like us:

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Bands' Bands Features Indie Rock 

The Bands’ Bands: Uncle Tupelo

bands’ band (bӕnds bӕnd) n 1. a musical group/person who is widely regarded amongst other musical groups/persons as worthy of adoration, despite said group/person’s lack of popularity and success within the music industry and/or amongst music consumers 2. talented beyond comprehension 3. tragically unlucky     Please follow and like us:

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Album Review: Modest Mouse ‘Baron Von Bullshit Rides Again’

Break out the “warm, warm whiskey” because believe it or not, April 13th marks the 10th anniversary of Modest Mouse’s live album Baron von Bullshit Rides Again, and I have to say “the good times are killin’ me.” Please follow and like us:

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Angels & Airwaves Hint at Studio Work

According to an image posted to AVA’s Facebook page earlier, it looks like the band may be back to recording in the studio again.  Check out the image after the jump along with images posted by the other band members. The pictures also included album art from their new album, POET. The new album will be released on Halloween 2014. Check out the post on their Facebook here. You can buy a CD here, and purchase concert tickets here.     Please follow and like us:

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Live Reviews Reviews 

LIVE REVIEW: The Sound of Animals Fighting, Philadelphia, PA

The Sound of Animals Fighting really seem like more of a prog-rock/post-hardcore circus than an experimental rock supergroup.  As I stood pressed up against the front row of slackers, I recognized the guitar-tech/stage-hand to be Peace’d Out’s bassist.  And let me tell you something, when the guy taping down setlists and strategically placing bottles of water on stage is a more talented bassist than most, you can only imagine how mind-blowing the actual band is about to be.  Before the show, the sound guy is playing rounds of Jawbreaker hits…

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Say Anything Announces New Album & Upcoming Tour

Say Anything are set to release their new album, Hebrews, via Equal Vision Records on June 10.  The album coincides with a headlining tour where The Front Bottoms, The So So Glos and You Blew It! will be joining as support.  Check out what Max Bemis of Say Anything had to say about the tour, along with the tour dates and a statement from Equal Vision Records on the upcoming release below. You can purchase a CD of Say Anything’s older tunes here, and you can buy concert tickets here…

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