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Music Video: Max Bemis (Say Anything) – “Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too”

Max Bemis (Say Anything) has released a new music video of an acoustic version of the Say Anything song “Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too.”

Check it out below.

The Unplugged [But Loud] tour with Matt Pryor (The Get Up Kids), Sherri DuPree-Bemis (Eisley), Perma (a musical collaboration between Bemis and Dupree-Bemis), and Merriment is in full swing, so check out the remaining dates below to see where you can catch it.

Vagrant Records announce Typhoon Haiyan fundraiser auction (Get Up Kids, Alkaline Trio and more)

The Philippines is quite obviously still reeling from Typhoon Haiyan. To date, 4,000 people have been reported dead, several thousand more have been reported missing, and a total of 4,000,000 people have been displaced.

In an effort to help raise funds for those in need, Vagrant Records has launched an auction of a bunch of limited test presses from its vinyl catalog. Included are releases from Alkaline Trio (“Good Morning”), Thrice (Guitar Center 7″), The Get Up Kids (“On A Wire” and “Eudora”) and more. Click here to check it out.

All proceeds will be donated to the American Red Cross.

Forever Came Calling stream cover of “Campfire Kansas” from upcoming The Get Up Kids tribute album

Southern California pop-punk act Forever Came Calling are streaming a new cover of the song “Campfire Kansas” by The Get Up Kids. You can check it out right here.

The track will appear on an upcoming tribute album to The Get Up Kids from Pacific Ridge Records.

Full Album Stream: Matt Pryor – “Wrist Slitter”

The Get Up Kids front-man Matt Pryor is streaming his solo album Wrist Slitter.

You can give it a listen below.

Wrist Slitter was released today, November 12.

Pacific Ridge Records detail upcoming Get Up Kids tribute (feat. The Swellers, We Still Dream & more)

Pacific Ridge Records, the same people who brought us well-received tributes to Alkaline Trio, Blink 182, and The Movielife, have revealed the cover art (pictured above) and tracklisting for their upcoming Get Up Kids tribute album, set to be released on December 10th!

The tracklisting for the 18-track tribute, featuring The Swellers, We Still Dream, Forever Came Calling, and more, can be found below. Pre-orders can be made here.

We’ll keep you posted as more details surrounding “A Tribute to The Get Up Kids” come to light. For now, head on over to the Pacific Ridge bandcamp site to see what those previous tributes are all about!

Full EP Stream: Matt Pryor and James Dewees – “Matt Pryor and James Dewees”

Matt Pryor and James Dewees (both of The Get Up Kids) released their collaborative, self-titled EP earlier this week and the whole thing can be streamed online.

Check out the three song EP right here.

Matt Pryor and James Dewees was released on September 30th through Rory Records. It contains the first studio recordings Pryor and Dewees have done together since The Get Up Kids’ 2011 reunion album, There Are Rules.

Matt Pryor (The Get Up Kids) signs to Rory Records; plans two new releases

Matt Pryor (of The Get Up Kids) has announced that he has signed to Equal Visions imprint, Rory Records, which was started by none other than Say Anything‘s Max Bemis. As a part of the signing announcement, Pryor also revealed that he will be releasing both an EP and a new solo LP before the year is up.

The EP, which is the collaboration with fellow Get Up Kid, James Dewees, that he announced back in February, will be released on October 1st. You can check out the album artwork for the split down below. Meanwhile, Pryor’s third solo outing will be titled Wrist Slitters and is expected to come out November 12, 2013.

Matt Pryor released his second solo album, May Day, in February 2012.

Matt Pryor and James Dewees (The Get Up Kids) announce North East tour

Matt Pryor (of The Get Up Kids) and James Dewees (Reggie & The Full Effect) have announced a few North East tour dates. You can check them out here.

Matt Pryor released his second solo album, May Day, in February 2012.

Frank Iero and James Dewees start Death Spells

Frank Iero, of the potentially reuniting with a new name My Chemical Romance, and James Dewees (Get Up Kids, Reggie and the Full Effect), have formed an “electronic hardcore” band called Death Spells. The group is currently working with a visual graphics artist who is making “insane videos for [them].” Stay tuned for music from the new group.

Reggie And The Full Effect return, launch Kickstarter to fund new album

Well here’s a story I didn’t expect to write today. It seems Reggie And The Full Effect is back!

The side project of Get Up Kids keyboardist (and more recently My Chemical Romance touring keyboardist) James Dewees got their start in the late 1990s, and the project’s second album, “Promotional Copy,” was one of the earliest releases put out by then-upstart Vagrant Records.

Anyway, Dewees has apparently restarted the project, and has turned to Kickstarter in order to fund recording and production of what should be his sixth ‘Reggie’ album. Here’s part of Dewees’ statement:

reggie has always been a super fun project from the beginning,for those of you who have followed it, you know that it hit a bumpy patch for a little while in my late 20’s. however, all bumps have been smoothed and i think the time is now to bring reggie back to place it used to be.

Click here to read more, and to see how you can help relaunch Reggie.

Reggie And The Full Effect’s last proper release was 2008’s “Last Stop Crappy Town,” also released on Vagrant.

Matt Pryor and James Dewees (The Get Up Kids) record new EP; hope to release soon

Matt Pryor (of The Get Up Kids) has announced via his podcast, Nothing to Write Home About, that he and James Dewees (also of The Get Up Kids)  have recorded a new EP, that they hope to release by their next “Two for the Road” mini-tour.

You can listen to it right here.

Matt Pryor released his second solo album, May Day, in February 2012. 

Matt Pryor of The Get Up Kids added to Revival Tour 2013

Matt Pryor of The Get Up Kids has been added to the Revival Tour 2013 roster accompanying Chuck Ragan, Dave Hause, Rocky Votolato, Jenny Owen Youngs, and more.

To see a full list of tour dates, click here.

Into It. Over It. announce solo shows with Texas Is The Reason

Evan Weiss of Into It. Over It. has announced he will be playing a couple solo shows, opening up for the recently reunited Texas is the Reason. Into It Over It will also be playing a few full band shows with Braid in December and with James Dewees and Matt Pryor in January.

Into It. Over It. will be out supporting their latest release “Proper.”

You can check out the dates here.

Matt Pryor, James Dewees (The Get Up Kids) announce East Coast tour with Into It. Over It.

 The Get Up Kids members Matt Pryor (The New Amsterdams) and James Dewees (Reggie & The Full Effect) are playing a few shows in early 2013 with opener Into It. Over It.

The Two For The Road tour was announced on Pryor’s website and was accompanied by a teaser video. You can check out the video and the dates right here.

Where’s The Band? (Matt Pryor, Anthony Raneri and Chris Conley) cover Jawbreaker’s “Boxcar”

Matt Pryor (The Get Up Kids), Anthony Raneri (Bayside) and Chris Conley (Saves The Day) recently found the time during their busy “Where’s The Band?” tour schedule to play a special acoustic set for the clothing company Dickies.

Click here to watch the acoustic trio perform their own unique cover of the Jawbreaker classic “Boxcar.”