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Motion City Soundtrack, Limbeck, Ultimate Fakebook side project surfaces as The Pride Of Erie...

A new project featuring Bill McShane from Ultimate Fakebook, Patrick Carrie from Limbeck, Mike Phirman from the Nerdist TV show and Tony Thaxton from Motion City Soundtrack...

Premiere: I Was Totally Destroying It, “Hello, Salty Ghost” (feat. Justin Pierre)

Check out an exclusive stream of I Was Totally Destroying It's "Hello, Salty Ghost." It's found on their upcoming album, Vexations, set for an...

Now, Now and Jukebox The Ghost to support Motion City Soundtrack this fall

Now, Now have announced they will be supporting Motion City Soundtrack's recently announced fall tour along with Jukebox The Ghost. You can check out...

Motion City Soundtrack announce fall tour dates

Motion City Soundtrack have posted the following tour dates for October and November October 10 - Indianapolis, IN - Deluxe October 12 - Chicago, IL -...

Feature RecAP: Mid-Year Report Card 2012

The editors at AP worked all week to compile their top picks from the first half of 2012 in five different categories--albums, songs, music...

Stream, download a new song from A Great Big Pile Of Leaves

A Great Big Pile of Leaves and Baeble Music are offering a free download of "Pet Mouse" from the band's Making Moves 7", which...

Mid-Year Report Card 2012: Live Performances

For the fourth installment of our week-long mid-year report feature, the AP editors put together their 10 favorite performances of the year so far....
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The AP Beach House Interview: Motion City Soundtrack

Watch managing Editor Scott Heisel interviewing Motion City Soundtrack about their new album, Go, and the end of the world. You can read our full feature on...

A Great Big Pile Of Leaves announce new 7-inch

A Great Big Pile Of Leaves will be releasing their newest 7-inch jointly through MAD Dragon Records and Motion City Soundtrack's new label, The Boombox...

Motion City Soundtrack – Go

Motion City Soundtrack Go This review originally ran in AP 288. On Go, Motion City Soundtrack have successfully navigated both personal and aesthetic maturity, making this a...