Sunday, March 12, 2006

The Uber

Alrighty, kids. This blog is gonna change a lil bit, in a good way. Now, I will be putting in MP3's into each post. Download links. Yeah. :P Anyways... Onward!

So you've heard me raving about the new Rushmore Academy demo for a lil bit. I freaking LOVE it. <3 Here is is, Not A Dry Eye In The House (Demo).

One of my favorite songs ever is "Brightest", from Copeland. The acoustic version of this song is a bit hard to come by, so here it is, Brightest (Acoustic).

AND I can't wait to see The Academy Is... on Tuesday. That's gonna rock. I'm interested to see how Panic! At The Disco will sound, along with HelloGoodbye, and I eagerly await seeing Acceptance live. :D It's gonna be unforgetable. <3 Also of mention is that I'm doing this in Flock, a new browser. I'm liking it so far, and it's real easy to use. So that rocks.

Listen To: Waking Ashland

Saturday, March 11, 2006

The contiunatiojsf

Also, remember to check out that new Rushmore Academy demo, it is so amazing.

And - I have a little account up. Soon, I should be able to direct link some downloads to songs, which will rock. Sign up, it's free online file storage. It rocks.

I'm really pumped for the song me and Stephanie are doing. It's gonna turn out awesome. :D <3

I recently picked up The Class Of 98's new CD, 'Touch This And Die'. It's really freaking good. Listen to "If You Don't Believe" and thank me later.

Listen To: Transit Studio

A Bits Of News

I was just talking to a member of Rushmore Academy and he sent me a lil sequence he did for a new song of theirs. Judging between THAT and the demo they just put up on their PureVolume page (which is gorgeous, by the way), their new album is gonna be incredible. I'm really excited for it.

I picked up Ever We Fall's new CD, 'We Are But Human' the other day. It's amazing. Seriously. Check it out. EVERYONE. It's a must.

I can't think of anything else I wanted to say... I'll probably post another post tonight. :P

Listen To: The Class Of 98

Sunday, March 05, 2006

Face First

The band that the guys from Houston Calls used to be in = Face First. And I just got their CD(freaking finally... Thank goodness for EBay). And I love it. :D But, I must say, that I'm glad they became Houston Calls. :)

Also, check out a band called Believer. I got their sampler CD and it's incredible. Seriously. Really great stuff.

In other news, New Atlantic's new demos are amazing. Check that stuff out.

Daphne Loves Derby's new acoustic EP is SOOOO good. I always loved their acoustic stuff. I'm in love once again. Can't wait to see these guys live in a month, a day after The Format and Anathallo. :)

Go listen to The Pale Pacific. It's excellent chill-out stuff. It's gorgeous. Listen to the song 'In The Sun Pt. 2' and 'Sucker Punch' off of "Urgency". It's great stuff. And while you're doing that, why don't you all rediscover June? Freaking amazing band. <3

Haha, I can't forget to post this... I got a hold of some OLD HelloGoodbye stuff. Like, REAL old. The music is all done in MIDI and I think it's just the singer. 'Shimmy Shimmy Quater Turn' is sooooo awesome with just MIDI instruments. :D

And finally, everyone go buy The Fold's new album "This Too Shall Pass". It's great stuff.

Listen To: The Starting Line

Wednesday, March 01, 2006


Oh yeah, almost forgot. I now work at a sweet music website called LEAKMOB. Check it out, kids, and bookmark it.

Listen To: The Appleseed Cast

The Scene Aesthetic News

The Scene Aesthetic released the tracklisting to their upcoming record, Building Homes from What We've Known. I am freaking PUMPED! :D

001. A Formal Introduction
002. So Peter, You've Become A Pirate
003. Alvin Maker's Greensong
004. Call It A Lullaby
005. Yes, Even Stars Break
006. The Alamo Is No Place For Dancing
007. Beauty In The Breakdown
008. Yellow Birds & Coal Mines
009. This Is A Suitable Valedictory
010. Dear Time Traveler,
011. We've Got The Rain On Our Side

:D:D Even though there are 4 songs we've heard before, and an intro... It's going to be amazing. :) I'm really really excited. And 50 bucks say this was produced by Casey Bates.

Listen To: The Pale Pacific