After shocking fans and supporters when his one-month long IndieGoGo campaign raised over $50,000, Mae’s former frontman Dave Elkins has independently released his first album Color (n.) Inside The Lines under the name Schematic. The album shows a musical side of Elkins that fans have yet to see, and while his creative ambition is admirable, one can only hope that his experimentation won’t backfire and leave fans confused about where his music is going.
The release of Trees Above Mandalay's newest EP Growing Pains will make listeners anxious to see the band blossom to their fullest potential, providing a well-rounded and overall entertaining overview of the band’s style, talent, and energy.
Blink-182 have proven through their latest EP that, while they may not be as angsty or unruly as they were a decade ago, they are still the same musicians, simply growing up and moving forward with their sound.
Last night on The Gunz Show, Mike Ayley of Marianas Trench revealed that the band will be re-releasing their latest album Ever After in the U.S. and announcing a Canadian tour soon. Click "read more" to see what he had to say.
Blink-182 have debuted their new single "Boxing Day" from their upcoming EP Dogs Eating Dogs, which will be released on December 18th.
Candy Hearts are a female-fronted pop rock band hailing from the northeastern US with an upbeat style that’s certainly an attention-grabber. Despite its slow start, The Best Ways To Disappear makes for a solid third release by a band that’s sure to make a lasting impression on listeners.
Move Out West is a band that has never been easy to label. A constant presence in the Connecticut music scene, the band has formulated an entirely unique sound which combines old-school rock ‘n roll with more contemporary pop rock.
Hailing from Newport News, VA, Holly Would... are a breakout pop rock band with a southern rock flair that’s way too easy to fall for. Just a few months after signing with One Day Savior Recordings, the band have debuted a full-length album that establishes them as a versatile group of musicians that can write a song for just about anybody.
A compilation of the best elements that came from the band’s past releases, All Time Low's new record Don't Panic will doubtlessly be an immediate hit among both old and new fans, no matter what album made you fall in love with them in the first place.
After the release of the subpar first single “Go To Hell,” the expectations for Go Radio’s newest release Close The Distance suddenly plummeted to average. But don’t let the initial cynicism stop you – Close The Distance turns out to be a solid album that pop rock fans should get their hands on as soon as possible.
In an age where sometimes it seems that computers have replaced instruments and auto-tune has replaced voice lessons, from time to time it’s best to go back to the basics of raw simplicity – to show off your untainted, unrestricted talent in a stripped-down and intimate way. Joshua Michael Robinson’s Intentions does just that, combining powerful lyrics with modest instrumentals that really shine the spotlight on his distinctive voice.
With their self-titled EP, Sparks The Rescue have taken everything that was great about their last album – the catchy lyrics, the progressiveness of their sound, that “get up and dance” attitude – and fused it with their old school style to create an unforgettable seven-track compilation sure to get you off your feet with their first independent release since parting ways with Fearless Records.
A symbol of overcoming changes and setbacks, With The Punches' debut full-length establishes the band as one that will not succumb to the challenges they’re faced with but instead will conquer and grow from them.
I Call Fives’ self-titled is an essential add to any pop punk fan’s music library, building the buzz they’ve already established while attracting the attention of some new fans along the way.