08
Apr

T3M Album Review: Seahaven- Reverie Lagoon: Music for Escapism Only

If there’s one way to take a chance with your fanbase, doing a complete 180 with your band’s sound just might do the trick. This can go two ways: you can be Incubus, letting your sound die as you become more reliant on your vocalist’s voice, or you can be Seahaven. If you’re looking for the perfect escape this spring and summer, a vacation isn’t even necessary. Just listen to Reverie Lagoon: Music for Escapism Only, the Southern California indie/emo outfit’s third release.

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02
Apr

Free Throw // Slam With The Best Or Jam Like The Rest (Little Elephant Session)

(via freethrowemo)

25
Mar

T3M Album Review: Somos- Temple of Plenty

I’m not one for listening to streams of albums, or teaser tracks, especially when it comes to a record I’m really looking forward to. As is often the case these days, in the weeks (and sometimes months) leading up to the release of an album you will get the chance to hear exclusive previews from a number of sources. I totally get that labels & bands do this to build hype for the record, or to whet the appetites of the fans who may have waited a long time for the record, and I don’t disapprove of it at all, in fact I’m all for it, I just don’t indulge in it myself. I like to listen to a new record from start to finish, to absorb it in my own time, in whatever environment I choose and preferably from my trusty old iPod classic. I stray from this personal preference very rarely. When a friend told me that tracks from the new Somos LP ‘Temple Of Plenty’ were streaming online, I gleefully set aside my own personal idiosyncrasy and went in search of the tracks.

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24
Mar

T3M Artist of the Week: Sport

Rocking the mean streets of Lyon, France (Is that a good area of France? Are the streets actually mean?), Sport bring you their brand of indie punk that shows you how influential Algernon Cadwallader actually was globally. Their newest LP “Bon Voyage” features 11 songs venturing across a wide spectrum of emotions and themes. Check them out on their bandcamp or stream “Bon Voyage” on the side of our page! Pick up their LP from our friends at Good Post Day Records!

20
Mar

Atlas Arrows “Grainy Days” Track Breakdown

Our Artist of the Week, Atlas Arrows, were kind enough to sit down and talk about the recording of their new record and give us a track by track breakdown of each song on their new EP Grainy Days. Check it out after the jump!

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19
Mar
18
Mar

T3M Exclusive Stream: Atlas Arrows- Grainy Days

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Our Artist of the Week, Atlas Arrows, released their new EP today titled Grainy Days. We have an exclusive stream of the four tracks which take a bit of a departure from their last effort “Armoire”. On Grainy Days we hear an influence from a wider range of indie artists such as The Strokes, Phoenix and maybe even A Great Big Pile Of Leaves. There’s no specific influence but it’s as if all of those artists came together and wrote this 4 song EP. Pre-order a cassette from their BANDCAMP and take a listen after the jump!

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18
Mar

T3M Album Review: The Hotelier- Home, Like Noplace Is There

I feel that we, as humans, all go to seek at least some form of validation. Validation to prove that what we’re doing is right, or wrong, or whatever the hell it is we want to be told. I’m not going to sugar-coat it, some things aren’t going to be good. There will be incredulous and treacherous valleys of despair in your life. But what one has to understand is that, when your situation reverses, the happiness you’ll experience will be borderline euphoric. What does all of this have to do with a music review? This is the fundamental characteristic all bands share. It’s the one constant throughout any scene of music in practice today. But, most of all, it’s the groundwork for Home, Like Noplace Is There, the new album from The Hotelier.

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17
Mar
tinymovingparts:

Hey everyone we’re doing some dates on our way to Skate and Surf Fest with our buddies in Free Throw! Check out the dates below!


Our brothers in Free Throw and Tiny Moving Parts are going on tour together this May! Make sure you make it to one of these dates!

tinymovingparts:

Hey everyone we’re doing some dates on our way to Skate and Surf Fest with our buddies in Free Throw! Check out the dates below!

Our brothers in Free Throw and Tiny Moving Parts are going on tour together this May! Make sure you make it to one of these dates!

17
Mar

T3M Artist of the Week: Atlas Arrows

Atlas Arrows are an indie band hailing from Bingahamton, NY. They’ve strayed from the norm of todays emo/pop punk trend and have turned to their influences (Minus The Bear, Tokyo Police Club) to create music that is original but reflects those artists just as well. Their 2012 release “Armoire” showcases the bands stellar use of delay, tapping and harmonizing vocals. Keep an eye on our blog and Facebook page all week for content from them. Stream their music on their bandcamp or on the side of page!

13
Mar

T3M Album Review: Bombay Bicycle Club- So Long, See You Tomorrow

It’s a noticeable trend in the indie pop scene - bands incorporating more electronic elements into their sound. While So Long, See You Tomorrow, the new LP from London’s Bombay Bicycle Club, is falling in line with this linear progression, it still has its defining moments. However, this is nothing new: straying just outside the realm of their bland contemporaries has always been a trademark of the band. With this new release, they continue to find ways to remain bold.

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11
Mar

Apologies.

Today it came to our attention that for a short period of time, our Tumblr had been hacked, and some less than savory posts had been made. We apologize for anyone who might have taken offense to these posts, and promise that they were made completely unbeknownst to us. But fear not, our regularly scheduled programming shall continue from here on out, hopefully uninterrupted. 

Thanks for staying tuned, 

-Tom, Shawn, Shibby, Brian, Steve, and Kevin

07
Mar

T3M Album Review: Prawn/Joie De Vivre

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Toulouse, France and foosball. Albeit a bit of an odd combination, it sparked a friendship that led to a magnificent split from emo titans Joie De Vivre and Prawn. At first glance they seem like another set of bands along for the wild emo ride, but this split sets them apart. The music is expertly crafted and sonically the best recordings these bands have produced.

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06
Mar


Location: Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer

Other Acts: Glocca Morra, Hurry

Photos By: Ally Newbold

Review By: Nick Tate

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05
Mar
imapsychowoah:

Life Like Sisyphus - American Verse (x)

A gif from one of our videos of one of our best friends <3

imapsychowoah:

Life Like Sisyphus - American Verse (x)

A gif from one of our videos of one of our best friends <3

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