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Watch The Spill Canvas’ mystical new video for their single “Firestorm”
Watch The Spill Canvas’ mystical new video for their single “Firestorm”
It looks like the wait for a new full-length album from The Spill Canvas is almost over. Not only have the band signed to Pure Noise Records, but they are also releasing their first full-length in nearly nine years called Conduit. To help introduce fans to this next era of music, The Spill Canvas have debuted a mystical new video for their single "Firestorm...
19 of the best debut albums to come out of the scene
19 of the best debut albums to come out of the scene
They say you have your entire life to create your debut album, but they’re usually pretty terrible. However, these scene acts went above and beyond the call of duty, making bona fide masterpieces from the very start. There’s hardly any filler on these records, and many of the albums mentioned here are fan favorites to this day, many years and albums later. Just don’t...
Vine star, ‘The Fosters’ actress accused of ripping off Eisley song
Vine star, ‘The Fosters’ actress accused of ripping off Eisley song
Vine star Rudy Mancuso and The Fosters actress Maia Mitchell have been accused of ripping off Eisley's "Ambulance" in their new song "Sirens." It was first noted in a video from former Mutemath drummer Darren King, who's married to Stacy DuPree, vocalist and keyboardist of Eisley. He posted the video to Instagram, s ...
Eisley achieves their familiar ethereal sound on “I’m Only Dreaming”
Eisley achieves their familiar ethereal sound on “I’m Only Dreaming”
Eisley I'm Only Dreaming FILE UNDER: Whimsical Indie Pop ROCKS LIKE: Copeland, the Hush Sound, Lydia WHAT'S DIFFERENT: Eisley underwent changes in 2015 when founding members chose to stick to the studio and sit out touring (drummer Weston DuPree) or depart to focus on family and other musical endeavors (keyboardist/vocalist Stacy King and guitarist Chauntelle DuPree D’Agostino). As a result, vocal
Eisley’s new album is Sherri DuPree “[proving] to myself that I could make a great record on my own”
Eisley’s new album is Sherri DuPree “[proving] to myself that I could make a great record on my own”
In 2015, guitarist Chauntelle D'Agostino and keyboardist/vocalist Stacy King decided to depart from Eisley, leaving vocalist/guitarist Sherri DuPree-Bemis and bassist Garron DuPree as the main members in the band. For many groups, these departures would be a mortal wound. Ho ...
Eisley release first new song in three years—listen
Eisley release first new song in three years—listen
Eisley fans, rejoice: The indie-rock group have released a new track “Defeatist,” their first new song in three years, which will be released on their fifth full-length, set to be released early 2017 via Equal Vision Records. (via Billboard) Read more: Eisley are back in the studio recording new album This will be the first Eisley record with vocalist/guitarist Sherri DuPree-Bemis as the primary w
Celebrating National Siblings Day: 30 Bands Featuring Brothers And Sisters
Celebrating National Siblings Day: 30 Bands Featuring Brothers And Sisters
With National Siblings Day today, many bands featuring brothers and sisters come to mind. From twin duos to brothers on tour, here are 30 bands that make playing music a family affair. 1. Arcade Fire Not only does the Arcade Fire have a pair of brothers (Win and Will Butler), but also an inlaw—Win's wife Régine Chassangne.   2. the Avett Bro... Read More ...
Perma’s “Little Light” video shows us the soft side of crime (premiere)
Perma’s “Little Light” video shows us the soft side of crime (premiere)
Perma, husband-and-wife duo Sherri DuPree-Bemis (Eisley) and Max Bemis (Say Anything) show us the soft side of crime in their video for “Little Light” from their Bonnie-And-Clyde-themed new album Two Of A Crime. From attempted stick-ups to pickpocketing and even cannibalism, Perma show us that “a little light” can go a long way.   "I'm really proud t ...
16 people we think–and hope–will be on the next Say Anything album
16 people we think–and hope–will be on the next Say Anything album
This Sunday, Max Bemis sent Say Anything fans’ brains abuzz when he sent out a string of tweets with the initials of the guest vocalists featured on the band’s upcoming album. Some weren’t too hard to figure out. (If you don't know that SDB is Bemis’ wife, Sherri DuPree-Bemis, then you might want to get out of the game now.) Others were a bit tougher, but ...

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