Posts tagged "purevolume"

Exclusive Download: Brand New Music from Riverboat Gamblers

Apologizing is never easy. And on "A Choppy, Yet Sincere Apology," a tune off their fourth album, Underneath the Owl (out March 10, 2009), Austin,…
By: Larry Fitzmaurice / November 14, 2008

Details About New Panic at the Disco Album

From the release of their sophomore effort, Pretty. Odd, to a visit to London's Abbey Road studios, to their exhaustive North American tour, Panic at…
By: Larry Fitzmaurice / October 10, 2008

Death Cab’s Ben Gibbard: “The Next Record Will Be Softer”

With a chart-topping record and a supporting tour underway -- including a triumphant gig in New York -- Death Cab for Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard…
By: William Goodman / October 8, 2008

Exclusive: Download a New Minus the Bear Song

Minus the Bear's previous efforts seemed very dependent on all things plugged in, from the synthesizers that deepen their sound to the electric guitars through…
By: Peter Gaston / October 6, 2008

Taking Back Sunday Recording New Album

Two years after the release of their chart-smashing 2006 album Louder Now, New York melodic hardcore act Taking Back Sunday have returned to the studio…
By: William Goodman / October 3, 2008

Listen to Paramore’s New ‘Twilight’ Song!

As previously reported, pop-punk stars Paramore recorded a few new tunes for the film adaptation of the popular Twilight teen vampire novel series. Now, hear…
By: Joseph Coscarelli / October 1, 2008

Jack’s Mannequin, ‘The Glass Passenger’ (Sire/Warner Bros.)

Launched by keyboardist Andrew McMahon when his alt-rock quintet SomethingCorporate went on hiatus in 2004, Jack's Mannequin isn't a throwaway side project. The Glass Passenger,…
By: Jon Young / September 30, 2008

Jack’s Mannequin

What? Andrew McMahon, former frontman of piano-punk outfit Something Corporate, knows a thing or two about the highs and lows of a music career.Shortly before…
By: Larry Fitzmaurice / September 30, 2008

Bayside, ‘Shudder’ (Victory)

The problem with Bayside's seventh release is messaging: Frontman Anthony Raneri wants to empathize with his listeners, but his emotions are too rigidly guarded and…
By: Kenny Herzog / September 26, 2008

Exclusive Copeland Stream: “On the Safest Ledge”

The title of "On the Safest Ledge," the delicate second single off Floridian indie-rockers Copeland's forthcoming album, You Are My Sunshine, may induce a feeling…
By: Larry Fitzmaurice / September 24, 2008
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