Entries for the ‘Audio’ Category

Mannequin Pussy readies sophomore LP for Tiny Engines

Tiny Engines and Philadelphia, PA’s Mannequin Pussy announced the release of the band’s sophomore LP. The label will issue the album, Romantic, in October of 2016 on LP and CD. The album is now available for Pre-Order. Digital pre-order on Bandcamp. You can stream the title track from Mannequin Pussy’s Romantic right now, premiering exclusively [...]

Animal Lover shares stream of LP, tours

Animal Lover’s new album Stay Alive (Soundcloud) is an expansive record, void of limitations and free of inhibitions and it’s officially out now on Forward Records. It’s the kind of punk that has you thinking anything is possible and the old “less is more” adage will never be quite the same. The Minneapolis based trio are [...]

I’m Glad It’s You ready debut LP for 6131 Records

I’m Glad It’s You have just announced their debut LP The Things I Never Say, out November 4 via 6131 Records. The band is now streaming their new single “Keepsake” via Impose Magazine. Also streaming is a re-recorded version of their single “Daydreams,” previously released on a cassette of the same name. Stream “Keepsake” and “Daydreams” [...]

Crying share “Revive,” tour

New York-based power pop/rock band Crying released a new track titled “Revive” today via NPR from their debut LP Beyond the Fleeting Gales which will be released on October 14, 2016 via Run For Cover Records. Beyond the Fleeting Gales is now available for pre-order via Run For Cover. Crying will set out on a U.S. tour this fall [...]

Big Eyes share Stake My Claim, tour (2016)

Big Eyes is now streaming their highly anticipated third full-length Stake My Claim via Noisey, a week ahead of the official release via Don Giovanni Records. The Brooklyn-based four-piece toes the line between a punk band with pop sensibilities and a power pop group with a hard rock edge, and Stake My Claim sees the [...]

Neaux ready debut for Iron Pier, tour (2016)

Fell Off The Deep End is the debut release by Neaux, the songwriting partnership of Sierra Kay (VersaEmerge) and Nick Fit (Trash Talk, Loss Leader), joined by Ryan Briggs and Chris Peters.  This new album will be released September 16 on Iron Pier and the music video for the album’s first single “Make Me Stay” [...]

Street Sects share “Our Lesions” from forthcoming debut for The Flenser

Disgusted with life but eager for catharsis, the duo of Leo Ashline and Shaun Ringsmuth – aka STREET SECTS – formed in 2013.  They embraced the experimental attitude and disillusionment of early industrial music pioneers, eschewing traditional rock music instrumentation and arrangement in favor of modern sampling technology and harsh electronics.   Together they released [...]

Sister Crayon changes name to Rituals of Mine, tour with Deftones (2016)

Sacramento duo Sister Crayon officially announced that they have changed their name to Rituals of Mine. The duo, which is Terra Lopez and Dani Fernandez, released a statement that read in part: “Change is always scary territory but we feel that the Sister Crayon name is something that no longer represents who we are. This [...]

Every Time I Die share “C++ (Love Will Get You Killed),” tour (2016)

Buffalo hardcore band Every Time I Die has shared a new song “C++ (Love Will Get You Killed)” at Billboard. “C++ (Love Will Get You Killed)” is the third song revealed from the band’s new album Low Teens, out September 23. Much of the album is about the night front man Keith Buckley left the [...]

Nina Diaz (Girl In A Coma) readies The Beat Is Dead, tours with Cyndi Lauper (2016)

Nina Diaz has announced her blazing debut full-length album The Beat Is Dead to be released October 28 via Cosmica Artists. This is the first solo album of the revered frontwoman of Girl In A Coma, the critically hailed indie-punk band that was famously nurtured by Joan Jett, opened for Morrissey and Tegan and Sara, [...]