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Music Video: Fireworks – “Run, Brother, Run”

Metro-Detroit rock band Fireworks have premiered a music video for their song “Run, Brother, Run”. The track comes off of the band’s third album, Oh, Common Life. You can watch it below.

Fireworks released Oh, Common Life on March 25, 2014 via Triple Crown Records.



Music Video: Tiny Moving Parts – “Entrances & Exits”

Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts have released a music video for their song “Entrances & Exits”. The track coms off the band’s brand new album Pleasant Living, and the video sees the band (in bobble-head form) heading out for a trip to space. It’s pretty fun, and you can check it out below.

Pleasant Living was released on September 9, 2014, through Triple Crown Records.



New Video: Into It. Over It. (full band) perform “No Amount of Sound” at Toledo’s Little Elephant

During a recent swing through Ohio, the full-band incarnation of Into It. Over It. made a pit stop at Little Elephant in Toledo. In the process, they performed the song “No Amount of Sound.” Check out the results below.

“No Amount of Sound” appears on Into It. Over It.’s most recent release, “Intersections,” which dropped back in 2013 via Triple Crown Records.



Into It. Over It. and Lemuria announce fall / winter tour dates

Into It. Over It. and Lemuria will be touring together this fall and winter.  More details on the tour, which will be stopping in cities on the west coast and in the Midwest, can be found below.

Into It. Over It.’s latest album Intersections was released on September 24th, 2013 through Triple Crown Records.  Lemuria also released an EP titled Brilliant Dancer last year via Bridge Nine Records.



Full Album Stream: Tiny Moving Parts – “Pleasant Living”

Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts have released a stream of their upcoming album, Pleasant Living. You can stream it below.

Pleasant Living will be released on September 9, 2014 through Triple Crown Records.



Music Video: Into It. Over It. – “The Shaking Of Leaves”

Into It. Over It. has premiered the music video for “The Shaking Of Leaves” and you can check it out below.

The video features Storyboards by Dana Terrance. “John and I had been going back and forth perfecting this video for quite some time,” explained Evan Weiss. “The most difficult part was coming up with something for the bridge section of the song – conveying the lyrics (about a very serious and sensitive topic) while still giving the story an optimistic outcome. This song was written for my fallen friend Mitch Dubey. The video was designed and written with him in mind. I think he would have loved it.”

The song appears on In Into It. Over It.’s latest album “Intersections,” which was released on September 24th, 2013 through Triple Crown Records.



Tiny Moving Parts announce fall North American tour, stream new track “Boxcar”

Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts will be hitting the road this fall for a lengthy North American tour. They will head out on their own before joining up with The Menzingers and then Dads later on. Check below for the full list of dates.

Tiny Moving Parts are also streaming their new track “Boxcar” off upcoming album “Pleasant Living” and you can listen it here. “Pleasant Living” is set to be released on September 9th of this year through Triple Crown Records.



Tiny Moving Parts announce new album “Pleasant Living,” reveal cover art and tracklist

Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts have announced their new album Pleasant Living will be released on September 9th through Triple Crown Records. The album’s cover art can be seen above and its tracklist can be found below.

We’ll keep you posted as songs from Pleasant Living are premiered and all that jazz. The Tiny Moving Parts last released a split 7-inch with Old Gray on May 20th through Kind Of Like Records



Fireworks heading back on the road in July

Metro-Detroit rock band Fireworks are gearing up for their tour this summer with support from Young Statues and Better off. You can check out the full list of tour dates below.

Fireworks released Oh, Common Life on March 25th, 2014 via Triple Crown Records. It is the follow up to their 2011 release Gospel which was also released through Triple Crown Records.



Fireworks release “Oh, Common Life-Sessions” EP

Fireworks have released an EP called “Oh, Common Life-Sessions.” All proceeds will go to Alternatives For Girls.

You can check out EP below.

Fireworks released Oh, Common Life on March 25, 2014 via Triple Crown Records.



Weatherbox debuts video for “Pagan Baby”

San Diego one-man band Weatherbox released a new video for “Pagan Baby,” and you can watch it below.  With lyrics like “Nice to meet you/Now go away,” you won’t be surprised to find that this is a pretty catchy, upbeat song.

The song is the first track on his new album, Flies in All Directions, which was released on Triple Crown Records on May 13th.

 



Music Video: Weatherbox – “Pagan Baby”

San Diego’s Weatherbox have released a music video for their single “Pagan Baby”. The track comes off of the band’s newest album, Flies In All Directions.

You can watch the video below.

Flies In All Directions was released on May 13, 2014 through Triple Crown Records



Video: Into It. Over It. performs “Contractual Obligation” for Space Jam Sessions

Into It. Over It. frontman Evan Weiss recently played a stripped-down version of the band’s song “Contractual Obligation” for Space Jam Sessions.

You can watch the video below.

In Into It. Over It.’s latest album “Intersections,” was released on September 24th, 2013 through Triple Crown Records.



Album Review: Weatherbox – “Flies In All Directions”

Weatherbox‘s Brian Warren seems to have finally struck the balance between American Art and The Cosmic Drama that he, and the fans, craved for so long. Flies In All Directions has an exploratory figure to it but still, the band’s sound isn’t as overshadowed by the new indie-rock direction they undertook as many would be assuming. There are still more than enough daggers of pop-punk to keep old fans satisfied and happy that Weatherbox hasn’t lost its essence.

This is a noticeably different record than the band’s past material as they add more electro-pop beats, synth tones and acoustic layers to the array of knotty, stop-start guitar riffs. The disjointed, jaunted feel of their past failures is lost as Warren leads the way with more relaxed, smooth, lighthearted vocals as seen on the familiar “Pagan Baby” sound – which is a stark reminder how underrated a pop-punk band they are. But then curveballs like the synth-fueled “Bathin’ in the Fuss” show how bold the band wants to take things. It’s a record that’s unafraid to musically meander and it’s also, their most experimental ensemble to date. Religious themes and some high-concepts rear their heads in Warren’s lyrics too to further stamp how much they want to shake things up.

To summarize where they’re heading, well in a nutshell, this album sounds like Brand New got back together and dropped a record that doesn’t give a fuck. Some won’t accept that statement but look at the plateaus musically on offer here. The swells, the rises and drops of the musical signature and the diversity of the album all show it. “The Devil and Whom” features Andy Hull also, and best represents my Brand New comparison – haunting, some acoustic folly and then a big rock crescendo. Weatherbox isn’t scared of taking a chance and this record shows it. Good move because it’s their most accessible to date.

4/5 Stars



Music Video: Tiny Moving Parts – “Fair Trade”

Minnesota emo act Tiny Moving Parts have released a music video for their song “Fair Trade”. The track comes off the band’s upcoming split 7″ with Old Gray.

You can watch the video below.

The Tiny Moving Parts / Old Gray split will be released on May 20th through Kind Of Like Records. The band is also slated to release their debut LP for Triple Crown Records some time soon.