Producer Will Yip’s is offering his compilation ‘Off The Board’ for name your price in honor of it’s one year anniversary.
The trend of streaming songs, and even entire albums, ahead of release is fast becoming the norm. But while it seems great for music fans, how is it affecting bands?
The Common Ground Music Festival in Lansing, Michigan, have just announced the first round of bands for this summer.
Producer Will Yip is releasing a compilation album featuring artists recorded at Studio 4 including Anthony Green, Title Fight, Circa Survive, Balance and Composure, Man Overboard, and more. Click “Read More” to see the details!
We’re proud to present the official Meltdown 2013 photo gallery, featuring stunning shots of Circa Survive, Minus The Bear, I Am The Avalanche, The Menzingers, and more!
Are you coming to idobi Meltdown on March 9? Our very own Josh Madden will be DJing between sets. Tune in to First Person tonight and get a taste of what you’ll be missing if you don’t come.
We are unbelievably excited to announce the lineup of the first annual idobi Meltdown Festival!
Circa Survive has released a music video for “Sharp Practice” off the band’s recent album Violent Waves. The trippy video was directed by Chris Waldorf and can be seen by clicking “Read More.”
Circa Survive have released a 5 song EP with 100% of the proceeds going to The American Red Cross to aid in the relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Circa Survive have released a music video for “Suitcase” off their new album Violent Waves. The band starts a headline tour in support of the album September 13th in New Haven, CT.
Circa Survive will be headlining the Violent Waves tour this fall. Support for the tour will come from Touche Amore, Balance and Composure, and O’Brother.
Even though No Devolucion starts off with the urgency that we have come to know from Thursday over the past 13 years, it is quickly apparent that this album is much different.
As the house lights dimmed with fog billowing from the stage at Detroit’s historic Saint Andrew’s hall, fans in attendance for the sold-out stop of Circa Survive’s “Blue Sky Noise” tour had little idea of what laid ahead: a fantastic display of musicianship, community and otherwise all-around good time.
Coheed and Cambria came, sold out the Central Park SummerStage and rocked so hard a man projectile vomited Wednesday. Though fans were nearly melting, their intensity never skipped a beat.