Archive for the ‘Brand New’ Category

Wednesday, May 2, 2007
ARTIST OF THE DAY
Boys Night Out

Hometown: Burlington, ON
Genre: Rock, Post Hardcore, Alternative
Sounds like: Brand New, Taking Back Sunday
Current Album: Trainwreck
Myspace: myspace.com/boysnightout
Official Site: boysnightout.com

Boys Night Out has been through a lot in their short career. It’s amazing to see how this band has progressed over time and evolved into a band that is well respected and deserved. Boys Night Out spilled a lot about the band in their DVD Dude You Need To Stop Dancing. The raw emotional rollercoaster the members of BNO has gone through show deeply in their music. If you’re new to Boys Night Out you must go pick up Trainwreck and listen to it from beginning to end as a vast and intricate story unfolds. Never has an album captured me such as this one, involving you into a story. I would love to see this CD wrapped into a featured film…maybe….one day. As for now check out their newly released EP Fifty Million People Can’t Be Wrong and get ready for yet another release this summer with their self titled album coming out. They recently posted a new song of their new album on their myspace Swift and Unforgiving.

by: Between The Trees

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY: Bleeding Through Line In The Sand

In 2001 Neutrino, one half of U.K. chart-topping dance act Oxide & Neutrino, is arrested by police after he is shot in Central London. Neutrino suffers a flesh wound and takes himself to the hospital, where police are alerted to his injuries. The 19-year-old performer is later released on bail.


I found telling you the truth the hardest thing to get out
lyrics from Grey by Yellowcard
Today’s Daily Dose was created by: Anthony Montalbano 2007

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Friday, April 27, 2007
ARTIST OF THE DAY
A Wish For Marilynne

Hometown: Ocala, FL
Genre: Post Hardcore, Emo
Sounds like: Taking Back Sunday, Brand New
Current Album: Poetic Chaos
Myspace: myspace.com/awishformarilynne
Official Site:

A Wish For Marilynne has been a silent band for some time now. I’ve been listening to their album Poetic Chaos for a couple years now and I haven’t heard anything about them, then again I guess since they split back in later 2005, that would be the reason. Still, it amazes me that everytime I play their album to hear 1 song, I’ve just listened to the whole thing. These guys deserve the spotlight today, and I can promise you, you won’t be sorry to listened. And if you pick up their album, check out their Oasis cover song, Wonderwall. Some of my favorite tracks include Killed By Time, Tale Of A Kindred Spirit, and Bitter Realizations.

by: Vanna

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY: The Used The Bird And The Worm

In 1999 it is announced that Lollapalooza, the popular festival concert from years past has had the plug pulled for the second consecutive year. Organizers cite lack of a strong enough lineup, and not wanting to taint the festival’s name with a substandard bill as reasons for the cancellation.

You’ll shut me up and bleed me dry. Cheap champagne and a disappearing lifeline.
lyrics from Chop Chop by The Academy Is…
Today’s Daily Dose was created by: Anthony Montalbano 2007

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Looking to see a live performance of an artist? Well here’s what is going down this week:
4/2 – Against Me!, Armor For Sleep, Gallows on Steven’s Untitled Rock Show [FUSE]
4/2 – Brand New on David Letterman [CBS; R]
4/2 – The Noisettes on Conan O’Brien [NBC]
4/2 – Regina Spektor on Carson Daly [NBC; R]
4/3 – The Fratellis, Mickey Avalon, Young Love on Steven’s Untitled Rock Show [FUSE]
4/3 – William Tell on Carson Daly [NBC]
4/4 – The Forecast, the Honorary Title, Dustin Kensrue on Steven’s Untitled Rock Show [FUSE]
4/4 – Clap Your Hands Say Yeah on Conan O’Brien [NBC]
4/5 – Regina Spektor on Good Morning America [ABC]
4/5 – Kaiser Chiefs on Conan O’Brien [NBC]
4/6 – Lily Allen, Bloc Party, Cold War Kids on Steven’s Untitled Rock Show [FUSE]
4/6 – Aqualung on David Letterman [CBS; R]
4/6 – Albert Hammond Jr. on Conan O’Brien [NBC]
4/6 – Bloc Party on Carson Daly [NBC]

[via AbsolutePunk.net]