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Jimmy Eat World deliver stripped-back “The Middle” in Tiny Desk set
Jimmy Eat World deliver stripped-back “The Middle” in Tiny Desk set
Jimmy Eat World took one of their most popular tracks "The Middle" and stripped it for their performance on NPR's Tiny Desk. They also played "Love Never" and "All The Way (Stay)" off tenth and latest release Surviving.  Read more: My Chemical Romance announce first US tour in 9 years "All The Way (Stay)" is the leading single off the record and dropped in S
AP editors take over NPR today to discuss the APMAs; tune in live!
AP editors take over NPR today to discuss the APMAs; tune in live!
Alternative Press editor in chief Jason Pettigrew and managing editor Scott Heisel will be guests on 90.3 WCPN's "The Sound Of Applause" show today from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. EDT (that's 12-1 p.m. for you West Coast peeps), talking about the inaugural AP Music Awards, playing music from their favorite albums of 2014 thus far and much more! You can stream the sh ...
Best Coast premiere new song, “I Don’t Know How”
Best Coast premiere new song, “I Don’t Know How”
Best Coast have made "I Don't Know How," a track from their recently-announced, forthcoming "mini-album" Fade Away, available for streaming. Fade Away, which is set to drop on Oct. 22, follows 2012's The Only Place, and marks the group's first major release on Jewel City, an imprint of Kobalt Label Services launched by Best Coast frontwoman Bethany Cosentino.  Stream &quo
Jimmy Eat World’s Jim Adkins featured on NPR’s ‘All Things Considered’
Jimmy Eat World’s Jim Adkins featured on NPR’s ‘All Things Considered’
Jimmy Eat World's Jim Adkins was featured on the weekend edition of NPR's All things Considered.  Among the topics covered, Adkins spoke on lyrical inspiration for the group's new album, Damage, the juxtaposition of upbeat music with darker themes, Jimmy Eat World's early success, how touring has changed for the band, and some tidbits about the group's history. The interview can heard online
Listen as the AP Editors overtake NPR
UPDATE: June 17 at 3:50 p.m. ET You can now stream today's program, during which the AP editors and Mike Shea talked issue 300 and Warped Tour, while spinning great tunes from letlive., the Wonder Years, the Front Bottoms, Sleeping With Sirens and more!   ...