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With only days left in their Kickstarter campaign, newly formed rock fivesome Get Involved!, which features members from influential bands Thursday, From Autumn To Ashes, Glassjaw and Judge, has released a demo called “Scars Make The Man” today in effort to raise the final 1/3 of their Kickstarter goal to help fund their debut EP that will be recorded later this month with Ross Robinson (At the Drive In, The Cure).
Stream “Scars Make The Man” and Pledge to Get Involved!’s Kickstarter campaign now at http://www.kickstarter.com/
Sure, Fatboy Slim’s been around for quite a while and can undoubtedly be credited (for better or for worse) with adding a few extremely popular big beat mash-ups to the universal pop music lexicon. But in an era in which even electronic music’s most mainstream stars like Skrillex and Deadmau5 are crafting weird, stutter-stepping anthems out of a litany of different musical styles, Fatboy Slim, a.k.a. Norman Cook, sounds outpaced and, frankly, outmoded.
Punchy and energetic, Team Spirit’s new self-titled EP is a fun 5 song indie pop party. Running full steam ahead and never stopping, the songs are supremely catchy and energetic, and the perfect thing to kick the spring into high gear.
A trip through the solar system, an anthropomorphication of celestial bodies, an emotional journey through a year lost in the wilderness, and a pop-rock concept album, How I Became Invisible’s first full-length, Planetary, is certainly an ear-catching debut LP. Crowdfunded through Kickstarter and recorded in a local studio, Planetary is the brainchild of Nicholas Reed, taking what he’s learned as bass player/vocalist/co-songwriter of Philadelphia’s own Robots & Racecars and crafting catchy hooks & fun melodies all in the name of science.
We all like stupid fun. It’s a proven fact that a good fart joke will send the average man into a small fit of laughter. Ted is a 120 min fart joke.
Due to a technical issue the video for show 254 (which was a replay of show 228) will not be posted this week. Please note that this issue was caused by a third party that The Stabcast works with and the issue has been resolved. Normal shows and video will resume next week. Also note that audio of show 254 is available here. Sorry for any problems this may have caused.
Matthew and Santoro host. Topics discussed include the problems with last week’s show, awkward party stories, Warped Tour interviews, balloon orgies, guns, stupid pranks and ideas for next week.