Glover released a new song through his Twitter feed (directed at Jhene Aiko) on Wednesday, entitled “Melrose,” but if you’re looking for the fired-up “Freaks And Geeks” or “Bonfire” Gambino, you may want to head back to his earlier material because with “Melrose,” it’s a four-and-a-half-minute, smooth R&B slow jam sans aggression, or any bars at all for that matter. It plays like a chill intermission piece if anything with …
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Continuing with their brand of melodic hardcore and aggressive punk stylings, the new track assures us that Such Gold still have a lot to offer post-Misadventures. “Choosing Cages” comes off an upcoming split with Pennsylvania post-hardcore act Placeholder that will be part of Secret Audio Club’s exciting Wax Packs project which is a “collectable 7″ series packaged like baseball cards.”
Stream the new song from Such Gold after the jump where you can also …
The No Sleep Records five-piece have just unleashed a brand new track from the effort over at MTV Hive and it could quite possibly be the best of the three released thus far. With help from Circa Survive’s Anthony Green on backing vocals, vocalist Jonathan Simmons tells the story of a difficult breakup, facilitated by himself.
You can stream “Keepsake” here via Soundcloud, and you have five days left …
Today, Young is streaming “One Last Time” before releasing his new Dark Star project tomorrow for the masses to enjoy in full. The project is comprised of 13 tracks which were originally announced to be shared between one 10-track, self-titled, mixtape and one 3-track EP. The effort includes the excellent “Fragments,” Young’s gorgeous Haddaway cover, and more (obviously).
“One Last Time” is one of the best cuts we’ve heard from Jaymes so far, as difficult as it is to say one is …
When you think about someone or something being attacked by a bear, you likely envision gruesome brutality in which unpleasant images stick to the walls of your mind — especially if you’ve seen Grizzly Man. But, have you ever heard the words “bear attack” and felt a sort of relaxing, ethereal, and almost melancholic beauty sweep over you like a warm breeze at the end of a perfect Summer day? After you listen to “Didn’t You?” from LA’s very own Bear Attack, you just might.
This brand new single from the Southern California five-piece is sure to wow …
If you’ve been waiting for NGHBRS’ full-length debut, your day just got a little better. You can hear “Dead Man’s Reprise” from their upcoming record right now on AbsolutePunk.net.
The New Yorkers already gave fans a taste of what to expect when they premiered “1990” a month ago, so they’re continuing to build anticipation for Twenty One Rooms, out next week via Paper + Plastick. NGHBRS is for those who fill their iPods with bands like The Black Keys and Cold War Kids.
Portugal. The Man‘s Evil Friends album has been out for a month, but “Purple Yellow Red & Blue” has already received an impressive remix treatment by Passion Pit. Featuring electric drums and sparkly synths, the remix seems to be more centered around the instrumental aspect of the song, making for a completely different listening experience altogether.
So what we really want to know is which one do YOU like more? Watch the music video to the original and stream the remix by following the jump, and tell us what you think in the comments below.
Ohio natives, The Glory Game recently released their brand new single, “Anymore,” on YouTube.
For fans of old-school pop-rock music, this track is a throwback to the days when that specific genre thrived. Drive-thru Records would have fallen head over heels for a sound like this.
“Anymore” will appear on The Glory Game’s upcoming EP due for release this summer. A title and official release date has not been announced yet.
For more from The Glory Game, check out their old EP, Get Up & Go, which they just recently re-released.
Stream “Anymore” below and pick up Get Up …
Weathervane Music’s Shaking Through has released a new track by folk rock Philly band, Hop Along. Accompanying “Sister Cities” on Shaking Through’s feature of the band is a collection of videos that shows the recording process of the song and the technique of the mixing that was all done in two days.
The band’s new single, “Now or Never,” premiered exclusively on AbsolutePunk.net today. It’s a pretty straight-forward rock song showing how far these musicians have come over the years. It’s also accompanied by a video featuring old-school Japanese monster footage, which is fun.
Additionally, AbsolutePunk.net were recently able to sit down with the guys and ask them a few questions about the growth of the band and how they’ve come along over the years.
Stream “Now or Never” below and check out their interview …
The Japanese bonus track from Daft Punk‘s latest album, Random Access Memories, has surfaced online.
The track is calm and serene, perfect for relaxing late at night. RollingStone.com is even calling the instrumental track “the most meditative track on the disco-charged new album.”
Random Access Memories successfully debuted yesterday through Columbia Records and features their latest single featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers, “Get Lucky.”
Staten Island hardcore band Vice released their new song “Since Birth” yesterday, and let me tell you it’s rad. It’s fast, heavy, and it’s begging for you to get really stupid in some sleazy punk basement. “Since Birth” is the first song to be released off of Vice’s newest EP, Flawed, which comes out in August on Eulogy Recordings.
Vice is also going on tour this June, hitting up a bunch of Midwest and East Coast states. Having seen their live set, it’s not something to be missed.
You can check out “Since Birth” after the break, as …