We’re all huge supporters of Adventures over at Alter The Press HQ and today, we couldn’t be more pleased to be premiering the title-track from the indie-rock quintet’s new EP, Clear My Head With You.
Last year, it was a unanimous decision to vote the band’s self-titled release as the best EP of 2012 and after one listen of CMHWY, it looks like we already have an early contender for 2013.
If you need some more convincing, listen to the first single "Promise" via BrooklynVegan. And it’s okay, you can thank us later.
Clear My Head With You will be released on June 18th via No Sleep Records. Pre-order your copy today here.
ATP’s favorites, Adventures (featuring 3/4 of Code Orange Kids) have announced their new EP will be titled, Clear My Head With You, and is scheduled to be released on June 18th via No Sleep Records.
A new song from the four-track release titled, "Promise," which can be streamed by clicking read more or over at BrooklynVegan.
The artwork for Clear My Head With You and track listing can be found below. Pre-order your copy today here.
We’re extremely sad to report that our good friends and ATP! favorites, Aficionado have broken up.
A full statement from the band is expected to follow shortly.
The Albany, NY seven-piece released one full-length album, one EP and a two-track 7” via No Sleep Records.
You can stream the band’s stunning 2011 self-titled album in its entirety by clicking read more.
Adventures (featuring 3/4 of Code Orange Kids) have announced they might be releasing a new 7” and a possible split instead of full-length this year.
An update from the band can be found by clicking read more.
Regardless, everyone over at Alter The Press is incredibly excited to hear new music from the Pittsburgh five-piece. The band’s debut EP was voted Best EP of 2012 in our recent "Best..Of The Year"list.
Balance and Composure have announced they will be releasing a 7” split with Braid on February 26th through No Sleep Records.
You can check out the track listing and artwork for the release by clicking read more.
It’s no secret that we LOVE Adventures. The Pittsburgh, PA five-piece released earlier this year possibly one of the best EPs of 2012, fusing their unique blend of indie/rock together with singer/guitarist Reba Meyers’ distinctive vocals.
The Pittsburgh, PA five-piece Adventures (featuring 3/4 of Code Orange Kids) are currently on tour (with Pity Sex on select dates) in support of their new self-titled EP and ATP! were recently in attendance at the Ann Arbor, MI stop of the tour to snap some great photos. Check out the pictures from the show by clicking read more.
Adventures’ (featuring 3/4 of Code Orange Kids) recent set at the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis can be viewed in its entirety by clicking read more.
Featuring three fifths of Deathwish family members Code Orange Kids (Reba, Joe and Jami) with the addition of friends Dom (guitars) and Kimi (keyboards), Adventures was born from within the Code Orange Kids practice space, and although their music is markedly milder than their hardcore heritage, it is bred from and exudes the same ferocious energy. Make no mistake, these are two very different projects; fans of one may not necessarily be into the other, but belting out an emotionally cathartic blend of indie-punk and lo-fi emo that would fit in comfortably between Lemuria and Tigers Jaw, Adventures never seem to run out of steam or fall short of passion.
Adventures (featuring 3/4 of Code Orange Kids) have announced they will be touring the Midwest/East Coast this month. The first half is with Pity Sex and the remainder with Ages. Dates can be found below.
If Aficionado don’t release their next full-length soon, we’re gonna lose it. The seven-member group has sculpted one of the biggest teases of the year with their 7” "Empty" - the creatively two-faced result of a band finally refusing to let their orchestraic setup muddle and overwhelm their sound. 'The Slack' brings us in with Laura Carrozza taking lead on vocals, an emulation of Metric’s Emily Haines hovering over a pulpy guitar that eventually strains itself out into a simplistic, videogame riff and ripping the track away from a foggy melancholy.