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Video: The Swellers perform acoustic version of “The Best I Ever Had”

Michigan punk act The Swellers performed an acoustic version of their song “The Best I Ever Had.”

You can check out the performance here.

The Swellers released their latest album, “Good For Me,” last June on Fueled By Ramen.



The Swellers announce a few Canadian tour dates with Living With Lions, Such Gold and Major League

Michigan punk act The Swellers have announce a few Canadian tour dates with Living With Lions, Such Gold and Major League.

You can check out the tour dates and locations here.

The Swellers released their latest album, “Good For Me,” last June on Fueled By Ramen.



Sublime With Rome announce US tour dates

Sublime With Rome will be hitting the road this summer for a string of dates across the midwest and east coast.  Check out the dates and locations here.

The band last released “Yours Truly” in early 2011 on Fueled By Ramen. In November, we reported that the band was either working on a new album or a different project.



The Swellers release music video for “Inside My Head”

Michigan punk act The Swellers have released an official music video for their song “Inside My Head” and you can check it out right here.

The song appears on the band’s most recent album, “Good For Me,” released last June on Fueled By Ramen.

The Swellers are currently recording new music. No official details on a new release have been announced but we’ll keep you posted.



The Swellers recording new music

Michigan punk act The Swellers appear to be recording new music.  The band has recently taken to twitter with some posts about the recording process.

Nick the recording guy, this is what a new song looks like.

Demoing drums

No official details on a new release have been announced but we’ll keep you posted.

The Swellers released their latest album, “Good For Me,” last June on Fueled By Ramen.



William Becket (ex-The Academy Is…) announces solo EP, headlining tour

William Beckett, former frontman for now-defunct Chicago emo outfit The Academy Is…, has announced details of his debut EP. Entitled “Walk The Talk,” the four-song release is due out April 17th. Check out the cover art pictured at the left.

Here’s the tracklist:

1. Compromising Me / 2. Girl, You Shoulda Been A Drummer  / 3. Oh, Love! / 4. You Never Give Up

In addition, Beckett has announced a string of solo headlining shows to support the new release. The jaunt kicks off in Minnesota on May 4th and runs through May 29th in Chicago. Click here for the full rundown.



This Providence leaves Fueled by Ramen

This Providence announced that they have split from Fueled by Ramen records, and will self-release their next album. Read the full statement here, but here’s a snippet:

It’s been a great run with FBR, but the time has come for us to part ways. I can’t say the decision was entirely mutual, but I can’t say it wasn’t either. After what is now verging on two years of writing, demoing, and discussing songs for our fourth record, it became evident that we just weren’t seeing eye to eye creatively.

We’re not the same band that signed to the label six years ago. Our vision is different now, and we’ve grown to see things through new perspective. Our sound is changing too, as I’m sure it always will. I don’t like doing the same thing over and over. I believe a musician should take risks. That’s what art is about, it’s about taking risks and mapping your own unique path. When I take a step back and look at the big picture, there’s a lot about this whole scenario that makes sense to me.

Their next release will be a follow-up to “Who Are You Now?”, which came out back in 2009 on Fueled By Ramen.



Paper + Plastick Records having “$4-foot-long” spring cleaning sale

Paper + Plastick Records is moving locations within the next month and are trying to tighten up inventory for the move. They’ve dubbed it the “$4-foot-long” sale. It’s a one-time sale, (starting March 9th at midnight) where select LPs are as low as $4 while 7 inches and 10 inches can be as low as $2. A statement from the label can be read below.

“Basically, we are going to be moving out of our current warehouse space within the next month or so and when you move, it makes sense to try to tighten up the ship a little bit. We want to do a “spring cleaning” sale where we give fans of the label and our bands a chance to buy many of the titles in our back catalog for much cheaper than you can normally get them. It can help fill in some holes in your collection and simultaneously help us relieve a little strain on our backs when we’re moving boxes into the new P+P HQ in a few weeks. We’re going to sell older LPs for $4, newer ones for $5, and 7″s and CDs will go for $2. If you order over $50 of stuff, we’ll throw in another free 12″ as a thank-you. Rock on.”

The sale includes music from The Swellers, We Are The Union, Rust Belt Lights, and Bomb The Music Industry. You can check out the list of everything being sold here. Check out the record labels website to snag these deals.



The Swellers post unofficial music video for “Better Things”

The Swellers‘ merch guy Jords Daniel put together a video of tour footage and made an unofficial video for their song “Better Things” while the band toured Europe with Broadway Calls and Into it. Over it.

You can watch the video here.

The song appears on their latest album, “Good For Me,” which was released June 14th on Fueled By Ramen.



VersaEmerge will be recording new album

Florida pop-punk band VersaEmerge have just announced that they will be recording a new album starting next month. Frontwoman Sierra Kusterbeck stated their upcoming plans:

Well, right after Soundwave we’re flying directly to California to start recording, we’re tracking everything and put the project together. It’ll be out soon after that of course. Yeah we’re just gonna do the record and then we’re going to hopefully tour everywhere. We wanna do America and go back to Europe and the UK and Indonesia, and y’know hopefully Japan and definitely hopefully again Australia!

The band’s most recent release “Fixed at Zero” was put out last year via Fueled By Ramen.





Frank Sidoris leaves The Cab to play in new Slash-fronted band

Guitarist Frank Sidoris is reportedly leaving The Cab following their international tour to play in former Guns n’ Roses guitarist Slash’s (currently unnamed) new project. Slash signed Sidoris onto his project sometime earlier this year.

To see the remaining overseas tour dates with Sidoris, click here.



Video: Sublime With Rome perform acoustic version of their song “You Better Listen”

Check out this video of Sublime With Rome‘s acoustic version of their song “You Better Listen.”

They’re going on a West Coast tour next month, and you can check out the dates here.

The band last released “Yours Truly” in early 2011 on Fueled By Ramen. In November, we reported that the band was either working on a new album or a different project.



Videos: Watch Lifetime’s full set and more

If you’re not familiar with independent blog site www.hate5six.com, now is a great time to get acquainted.

Check out Lifetime‘s full set from January 8, 2012 at The First Unitarian Church in Philadelphia, PA right here.

You can check out full sets from a list of over 500 including tons of bands like Touche Amore, Title Fight, Bane, and many more right here.



Tour: Sublime With Rome announce West Coast tour

Sublime With Rome have announced they will be hitting the road for a quick tour of the West Coast, which will be the band’s first run of shows w/ Gaugh’s temporarily replacement, Josh Freese (The Vandals & a million more bands), who recently announced that he will only play live shows with them.

You can check out a full list of dates and locations for the tour here.

The band last released “Yours Truly” in early 2011 on Fueled By Ramen. In November, we reported that the band was either working on a new album or a different project.



This Providence work on nearly 30 new songs, expected to hit the studio next month

According an interview with with guitarist Gavin Phillips, This Providence have nearly 30 songs written and are expected to hit the studio in the next month or so to begin recording their long-awaited new album. Gavin simply states:

“We have close to 30 songs at this point…The ones we have are far better than anything before. The songs are just better.”

The new album will be the follow-up to Who Are You Now?, which came out back in 2009 on Fueled By Ramen.