Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Sooner or Later- Michelle Branch

Sooner or Later is lead-off single by American country artist Michelle Branch from her latest album “Everything Comes and Goes”. The song was released as a digital download on July 28, 2009 and to country radio on August 10, 2009. It charted at #93 on U.S. Billboard Hot 100.

Here's the music video of acoustic version of Sooner or Later.

Monday, August 17, 2009

Ingnorance Official Music Video- Paramore

Here's the official music video of Paramore latest single Ignorance from their new album Brand New Eyes.

Sunday, August 9, 2009

"In Search of Solid Ground"- Saosin New Album

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New album "In Search of Solid Ground" from the world of music of Saosin

Bracingly crunchy and soaringly melodic, vibrating with all-out rocking ensemble work and emotional urgency, the second album release In Search of Higher Ground by Orange County, CA-based rock quintet Saosin has been set for release September 8, 2009, following a barnstorming summer playing this year’s Vans Warped Tour. This is the much-awaited end product of writing, tracking and mix sessions that Saosin fans have witnessed online in real time since last summer, with songs written and tracks demoed in the Costa Mesa, CA studio of global youth brand Hurley, where they self-produced several final album tracks.
In early 2009, Saosin worked with producer Butch Walker
(Sevendust, Fall Out Boy, P!nk) which resulted in 5 songs on In Search Of Higher Ground.

They also worked with John Feldman (The Used, Good Charlotte, Story Of The Year) who produced 2 tracks and with Lucas Banker/Logan Mader (Five Finger Death Punch, Soulfly, Machine Head) on 1 album track. Band guitarist Beau Burchell mixed all songs on In Search of Higher Ground.

Thursday, August 6, 2009

"Love Letter to Rock and Roll"- My Chemical Romance New Album

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By James Montgomery, with reporting by Brian Jacks (MTV.com)

My Chemical Romance
have one sentiment they'd like to get convey on their new album, one that echoes what Grand Funk Railroad said decades ago: "We're an American band."

"The punk element was something a lot of people talked about. I think once I said we were pulling out the marching bands, they assumed it was going to be a punk record," Gerard Way told MTV News last month at San Diego Comic-Con, where he was promoting "Umbrella Academy: Hotel Oblivion," the third series of his Eisner-winning comic.

"I mean, it's definitely more aggressive, but to me it feels like a celebration of rock and roll. It feels like a true love letter to rock and roll. There's something about being an American rock-and-roll band that we've kind of grown into and we're very proud of. And I think that's what we're celebrating with this record. There's no agenda, there's no mission; it's just about rock and roll."

For proof, check out the fan footage of "Death Before Disco," one of three new tracks MCR unveiled last Friday, during a secret show at the Roxy in Los Angeles. It's a charging, fist-pumping number that recalls the Motor City pump of the MC5 and the L.A. strut of the Knack. And to help them hone in on that vibe even further, they've tapped producer Brendan O'Brien - who's done albums for Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam and Mastodon, to name just a few - to helm the sessions for the new album.

"We're so happy working with Brendan O'Brien," Way said. "We love him, we're having the best time of our lives. It's a total blast. I feel like it's getting close to being finished. We're doing tracking now. There's no title yet. It's crazy - this is the first time we're waiting to get really far into the project before [choosing a title]. I'm actually kind of excited about that. It's kind of 'anything goes' at this point, but I'm so happy with the songs."

Way said no date has been determined for the release of the new album, though he added, "It's safe to say it'll come out next year." This is all keeping with the band's open-ended, fast-and-loose approach to recording and writing, a first for MCR, who - up to this point - have made their living on expansive conceptual fare.

"It's actually kind of liberating," Way said. "I'm writing lyrics simply about what the song's telling me, instead of trying to shoehorn something into a story line. I'd say they all have their own little stories. Some of them are direct, real life things that happened to us or me. Some of them are fiction, [because] I didn't want to lose that side. One of the things I really liked about Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge is that we took people on a journey with each video and each single, even though it was a concept record. The Black Parade didn't do that. It stuck all the way through to this rigid vision up until the end, but this time I'm really excited about giving someone something new every time."