Monthly Archives: August 2014

Cassadee Pope Debuts New Song



Cassadee Pope (ex-Hey Monday, NBC’s The Voice winner) has debuted a new song that a fan managed to capture on video during her live performance. Listen to “Like There’s No Tomorrow” below!


What do you think? New album in the works?

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Alexa Ferr Releases “2 On” Cover

Putting a spotlight on the original  Alexa Ferr has released a cover of Tinashe ft. Schoolboy Q’s “2 On.” Stripping back the original song of it’s Electro-R&B elements, Ferr has put a unique spin on the Top 40 hit. Featuring 2deepin on guitar and vocals, his collaboration on the cover track makes it theirs. Listen to their cover HERE or below.
Alexa is currently in the studio, working with a variety of producers, including The Invaders (Josh Levi, Blake McGrath, Ashley Roberts) and Matthew “M Dot” Finley (memorable from his role in Disney’s Camp Rock 2), who is featured on her very first single “Fell” (Dauman Music/Universal Music Group) on a follow up to her debut EP Lipstick On The Glass.
Alexa Ferr has three upcoming shows:
August 30th: 8th Annual Black and White Pre-Mixer Showcase -333 Live in Los Angeles, CA

August 31st: The Viper Room -Los Angeles, CA
September 18th: Voodo Lounge In The House of Blues -Sunset Blvd -Los Angeles

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Ace Enders Teases New Song

So of course, in our social media obsessed world, we’ve taken the cliff hanger, a thing most commonly found in books and on the small screen, and placed it in real life. The only difference is, we call them teasers.

Ace Enders just released a video teaser for his new song “Keep Moving,” which already has me wanting more music. Check it out below and let me know what you think in the comments!


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Big News for Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness Fans



Andrew McMahon/Something Corporate/Jack’s Mannequin fans rejoice! At midnight on Tuesday, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness will release a new song and album pre-orders will begin.

Check out the awesome merch options below:









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2014 CMJ Music Marathon Lineup



CMJ is thrilled to announce the first round of performing artists for the 2014 CMJ Music Marathon. Taking place in New York City on October 21-25, this year’s exciting lineup includes over one thousand buzzworthy new acts and emerging talent. The vast array of performers will no doubt make next year’s headlines.


This year’s lineup includes:

The Kills, Slowdive, Bombay Bicycle Club, Gerard Way, Cold War Kids, Courtney Barnett, RAC, San Fermin, The Horrors, Dusky, Matthew Dear, Moon Duo, Twin Peaks, Reigning Sound, Pro Era, White Fence, Sam Roberts Band, D.D Dumbo, Luluc, Protomartyr, MONEY, Tom Vek, Kate Boy, Cathedrals, The Wytches, and Bear’s Den.


Attendees this year will also share in the triumphant return of many past CMJ performers. A year after making her US debut at CMJ 2013, Melbourne’s Courtney Barnett will return to the CMJ stage. This year’s docket include The Horrors, who first played CMJ in 2006, and, following his breakout CMJ appearance in 2005, Tom Vek. Gerard Way will make a solo appearance after first playing with My Chemical Romance in 2003. We are also pleased to welcome back to CMJ indie-folk duo Luluc, whose Sub Pop debut Passerby was a recent CMJ chart-topper.


Hundreds of additional artists performing at this year’s marathon will be announced in the coming weeks. For further details and updates, stay tuned to

Go Wolf Just Want To “Talk To You”


As summer comes to an end, most of us are torn between our sadness at leaving the sunshine behind and our excitement of the leaves changing color and pumpkin spice everything coming back to every local cafe. Just like with every season, I am attempting to piece together a wistful goodbye playlist, but it’s finding those perfect songs that proves to be troublesome. That is, until I was linked to Go Wolf’s new song “Talk To You.”

There is something about it that is ethereal, with a rhythmic flare that reminds me of the best tunes from the late 80s/early 90s, and I cannot stop listening to it. Both catchy and entrancing, Go Wolf will have listeners singing along in no time, and definitely swaying to the beat. Just think, this is the song that will take you back to the beach while you’re back behind a school desk!


Click onto any of the following to find out more about this awesome band:




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Emarosa Release New Single From Versus



Emarosa have debuted another brand new song from their highly anticipated upcoming album Versus, which will be released September 9th via Rise Records. Not only does the song showcase amazing vocals, but the quality of the instrumental makes this song stand out among the rest. If anything, this is the track that has made me most excited for the release of Versus. 

You can stream “People Like Me, We Just Don’t Play” on the Rise Records YouTube channel, below:



Versus is now available for pre-order through MerchNow and iTunes.



Emarosa previously released the songs “American Déjà Vu” and “Mad” from Versus to overwhelmingly positive critic and fan reaction. Fans can listen to “American Déjà Vu” here: and “Mad” here:


Versus Track Listing:

01. People Like Me, We Just Don’t Play

02. American Déjà Vu

03. A Hundred Crowns

04. I’ll Just Wait

05. But You Won’t Love a Ghost

06. Say Hello to the Bad Guy

07. Cliff Notes

08. Mad

09. Gold Dust

10. Same Tight Rope

11. 1996 on Bevard


Emarosa Tour Dates:



09.06.14 – Lexington, KY – Busters Billiards

09.07.14 – Newport, KY – Thompson House

09.08.14 – St. Louis, MO – Fubar

09.09.14 – Nashville, TN – Rocketown

09.10.14 – Columbus, OH – Double Happiness



09.12.14 – Chicago, IL – Riot Fest



10.16.14 – Las Vegas, NV – House of Blues

10.17.14 – San Diego, CA – North Park Theatre

10.18.14 – Anaheim, CA – House of Blues

10.19.14 – Tempe, AZ – Marquee Theatre

10.21.14 – Dallas, TX – House of Blues

10.22.14 – San Antonio, TX – Backstage Live

10.23.14 – Houston, TX – House of Blues

10.25.14 – Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live

10.26.14 – Tampa, FL – The Ritz Ybor

10.28.14 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade

10.29.14 – Charlotte, NC – Amos’ Southend

10.30.14 – Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage

10.31.14 – Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom

11.02.14 – New York, NY – Best Buy Theater

11.03.14 – Philadelphia, PA – The Electric Factory

11.04.14 – Boston, MA – House of Blues

11.06.14 – Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre

11.07.14 – Pontiac, MI – The Crofoot Ballroom

11.08.14 – Chicago, IL – Concord Music Hall

11.09.14 – Minneapolis, MN – Mill City Lights

11.11.14 – Denver, CO – The Summit Music Hall

11.12.14 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex

11.14.14 – Reno, NV – The Knitting Factory Concert House

11.15.14 – Los Angeles, CA – Club Nokia

11.16.14 – San Francisco, CA – Regency Ballroom

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Anberlin On The Meaning of Lowborn


Stephen Christian of Anberlin has been running a Tumblr on which he posts each song’s lyrics and meanings, even going into the meaning behind each album title. He recently posted the meaning behind Lowborn. Read his explanation below.


The title comes from Psalms 62:9, it feels the entire chapter sums up our existence, and our existence in the band. The album cover is the brainchild of Nathan Young and Jordan Butcher.

The title is a mantra that we as ANBERLIN have always tried to adhere to, we never wanted to be ‘rock stars’ we never wanted people to think that we thought of ourselves as better than anyone. We hope that we were more than just a band, we hope in the end that we are considered friends; I felt this was the perfect message to leave out on.

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VIDEO: Misterwives – “Reflections”

If ever there was an “artist to watch,” it would have to be Misterwives. Yesterday, the amazingly talented band premiered the new video for their single, “Reflections” on Buzzfeed. The single itself  recently surpassed over 6.5 million streams on Spotify and is bound to skyrocket even higher.
The video adds fun visuals to the boppy tune, adding to how infectious it is. For The Breakfast Club-esque video, turn your attention below:
This NYC band is kicking butt and taking names. In fact, their previous single “Vagabonds” is the main title theme for the new MTV hit series “Finding Carter.” Currently touring nationwide with Bleachers and Twenty One Pilots, check out their tour schedule below to see when they’re dance extravaganza is coming to a city near you!

MisterWives Confirmed North American Tour Dates:

August 26th | St. Andrew’s Hall | Detroit, MI**

August 27th | Phoenix Concert Theatre | Toronto, ON**

August 29th | Sinclair | Boston, MA^^

August 31st | Made in America | Philadelphia, PA

September 2nd | 9:30 Club | Washington, DC**

September 3rd | 9:30 Club | Washington, DC**

September 4th | Webster Hall | New York, NY**

September 5th | LC Pavilion | Columbus, OH##

September 6th | Stage AE | Pittsburgh, PA##

September 9th | Upstate Concert Hall | Clifton Park, NY##

September 10th | Main Street Armory | Rochester, NY##

September 11th | Jacob’s Pavilion | Cleveland, OH##

September 14th | Uptown Theatre | Kansas City, MO##

September 15th | Cain’s Ballroom | Tulsa, OK##

September 16th | Minglewood Hall | Memphis, TN##

September 18th | House of Blues | Lake Buena Vista, FL##

September 19th | Iron City | Birmingham, AL##

September 21st | Marathon Music Works | Nashville, TN##

September 23rd | 9:30 Club | Washington, DC##

September 24th | 9:30 Club | Washington, DC##

September 25th | Terminal 5 | New York, NY##

September 27th | Tower Theatre | Upper Darby, PA##

September 28th | Tower Theatre | Upper Darby, PA##

October 1st | Orbit Room | Grand Rapids, MI##

October 2nd | Fillmore | Detroit, MI##

October 3rd | Aragon Ballroom | Chicago, IL##

October 4th | The Ballroom | Milwaukee, WI##

October 7th | Rialto Theatre | Tucson, AZ##

October 8th | Palladium | Los Angeles, CA##

October 10th | Neptune Theatre | Seattle, WA##

October 11th | Roseland Theatre | Portland, OR##

October 12th | Knitting Factory | Spokane, WA##

October 13th | Rio Theatre | Vancouver, BC##

October 16th | House of Blues | Dallas, TX##

October 17th | House of Blues | Dallas, TX##

October 18th | Stubb’s BBQ | Austin, TX##

October 19th | House of Blues | Houston, TX##

October 24th | Life is Beautiful Festival | Las Vegas, NV

## — w/ twenty one pilots

** — w/ Bleachers

^^ — Headlining

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We Came As Romans Cover The Wanted LIVE


We Came As Romans have premiered the last exclusive live video taken from their upcoming highly anticipated live DVD, Present, Future, and Past! Fans can watch the live performance of the band’s cover of “Glad You Came” (originally by The Wanted) now exclusively on Billboard! You can watch the video below!

 The song is taken from the compilation, Punk Goes Pop 5, which debuted at #16 on the Billboard Top 200. “We had a lot of fun creating this cover and playing it live is always amazing,” explains vocalist Dave Stephens. “Our fans really seem to love it and sing it loudly with us every night.”

The band previously released full performance videos of their songs “Tracing Back Roots” “Ghosts”, and “To Plant A Seed” also taken from the DVD.


Present, Future, and Past will be released on September 2nd, 2014 via Equal Vision Records. The live DVD was filmed during the Tracing Back Roots Tour at the House of Blues in Chicago. Present, Future, and Past is now available for pre-order:

We Came As Romans are currently gearing up for their upcoming headline tour in support of the release of Present, Future, and Past. The tour kicks off September 11th in Lansing, MI at The Loft and is presented by Atticus Enjoy Loud. Line-up includes For Today, The Color Morale, and Palisades. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at:

The band recently performed the Reading and Leeds festivals in the UK and will kick off their Japanese tour on August 28th in Tokyo with Crossfaith.

Present, Future, and Past Track Listing:

  1. Tracing Back Roots
  2. Ghosts
  3. Fade Away
  4. Mis//Understanding
  5. I Survive
  6. Never Let Me Go
  7. Glad You Came
  8. Roads That Don’t End and Views That Never Cease
  9. To Move On Is to Grow
  10. Present, Future, and Past
  11. A Moment
  12. Medley
  13. Hope
  14. To Plant A Seed


We Came As Romans Upcoming Tour Dates:


Japan: Crossfaith w/We Came As Romans

Aug 28 Tokyo, Japan @ Shinkiba Studio Coast

Sep 01 Fukuoka, Japan @ Fukuoka Beat Station

Sep 03 Osaka, Japan @ Osaka Bigcat

Sep 04 Alchi, Japan @ Nagoya Diamond Hall

Sep 06 Ishikawa, Japan @ Kanazawa Eight Hall

Sep 08 Miyagi, Japan @ Sendai Rensa

Sep 09 Kanazawa, Japan @ Kawasaki Club Citta

Atticus Enjoy Loud – Present, Future, and Past Headline Tour Dates:

Sep 11 Lansing, MI @ The Loft

Sep 12 Chicago, IL @ Humboldt Park (Riot Fest)

Sep 14 Sacramento, CA @Discovery Park (Aftershock Festival)

Sep 16 Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave

Sep 17 Moorhead, MN @ Gio’s

Sep 18 Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theatre

Sep 19 Sioux Falls, SD @ The District

Sep 20 Denver, CO @ Sports Authority Field at Mile High (Riot Fest)

Sep 21 West Hollywood, CA @ Sunset Strip Music Festival

Sep 23 San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit

Sep 24 Corpus Christi, TX @ House of Rock

Sep 25 Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live

Sep 27 Memphis, TN @ New Daisy Theatre

Sep 28 Birmingham, AL @ Zydeco

Sep 30 Knoxville, TN @ The International

Oct 01 Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel

Oct 02 Newport, KY @ Thompson House

Oct 03 Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall

Oct 04 Indianapolis, IN @ Deluxe at Old National Center

Oct 05 Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection

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