Long Island, N.Y., power-pop trio Broadcaster released their new EP titled Spin on Oct. 16, 2015 via Jump Start Records. This four-song EP is available here.
Catch Broadcaster at Fest 14 on Nov. 1. The band is also currently working on booking a few shows to support their new album with dates to be announced.
Broadcaster is streaming their brand new EP, Spin, which is due out today via Jump Start Records.
Listen to the dull disc here courtesy Substream magazine.
Broadcaster has released a new song from their upcoming EP. The EP is titled Spin and is due out October 16, 2015 via Jump Start Records.
Listen to “All The Wrong Reasons” here courtesy Brooklyn Vegan.
Suburbia, a DIY venue located in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, has announced the upcoming release of an exclusive 7-Inch Box Set. The set will featuring four split 7-inches containing brand new songs from Pet Symmetry, The Saddest Landscape, Timeshares, Luther,Broadcaster, By Surprise, Half Hearted Hero and Earworms, the Suburbia Box Set.
Go here pre-order the box set or the individual splits.
The set is limited to 100 copies on clear vinyl and includes a koozie and sticker. Each 7-inch set comes in a screen-printed box that features live photos from the bands playing at the house. The logo of the box set was crafted by Richard Minino of Horsebites Design.
Broadcaster are setting off on tour this week.
They are playing a number of US dates with Iron Chic and will be touring up into Eastern Canada as well.
Full tour dates for the band can be found below.
Long Island’s punk rockers Broadcaster have announced a string of tour dates this spring in support of their Jump Start Records album A Million Hours, that came out late last year.
The month-long tour can be seen below and features a week-long stint with Iron Chic.
A Million Hours
The trio from Long Island has returned with the sophomore full length, produced by J. Robbins. Weighing in at 10 songs in a half hour, the band has consciously gone for short and catchy. Power pop songs with a heavy dose of 90s influence, the band have used Robbins impressive resume (Jawbreaker, Small Brown Bike, The Promise Ring) to their advantage, crafting hooky songs that instantly stick in your head. This is perfect for Friday night listening, songs for bringing forth smiles and bobbing heads as you head out to meet friends.
The album kicks off with the gruff World Turned Grey, which combines the slow burn of the guitars with the rough vocals in an angsty ode to grunge. They pick up the mood with The Current, which is more indicative of the album as a whole. They channel the spirit of the short lived Rentals in Jamie and bring to mind Saves the Day in their prime on The Current. That being said, there are a ton of influences that shine through, but they manage to make their sound their own. Well-crafted songs stand on their out, deserving of praise on their own merit. The catchy pop of I Don’t Wanna Talk, could easily serve as the theme song for a 90s sitcom. The vocals move seamlessly from a Chris Conley whine to the whiskey soaked gravelly gargle that is so popular these days. The songs are short enough to stick with the listener after a few listens, yet they have a depth that prevents them from becoming boring. The weakest song is also the longest; Comfortable ironically does not sit well amongst the rest of the album.
Listening to Broadcaster walking down the street it is likely you will find yourself bobbing along to their catchy choruses. Standing on the subway, feet will be tapping. You will have a goofy smile on your face as you stand in the elevator, creeping out everyone around you. This is pop influenced music, but void of the shallowness that often accompanies the term. Broadcaster has created a solid follow up release that will leave fans happily anticipating the release of their next EP. Those of us who are discovering them for the first will be scrambling to find their back catalogue.
Broadcaster has announced fall tour dates in the US and Europe. The band is touring in support of their latest full length, A Million Hours, out now on Jumpstart Records. The tour includes a stop at FEST 12 in Gainsville.
Long Island, NY pop-punks Broadcaster have announced that their sophomore full length, titled A Million Hours, will be released on October 2nd via Jumpstart Records. The album was produced by J Robbins, who has worked with the likes of Jawbreaker, Dismemberment Plan and Against Me! in the past and whose skills helped hone Broadcasters’ blend of modern punk and pop.
A stream for the first single, Tomorrow is available on their soundcloud page.
Broadcaster has debuted a brand new song. The track is titled “Tomorrow” and comes from their Million Hours LP, due October 2, 2013 via Jump Start Records. The first pressing will include 500 LPs available in Lime Green (300) and Randomly Mixed Split color vinyl (200).
Long Island’s Broadcaster have posted their new music video for Anything You Never Heard. The video was directed by Samuel Gursky and the song comes from the J-Robbins-produced Tightrope Walker which is available on 7-inch or through Bandcamp.
The band will meet up with J. Robbins again this month to record their next full-length, slated for a mid-2013 release on Jump Start Records.
Long Island, NY based Broadcaster have premiered a video for their song “The Only Way You Know,” produced by Samuel Gurskly.
The single is from their most recent effort, Tightrope Walker, currently available via Bandcamp or on 7-inch, through Facebook.
Jump Start Records has announced the signing of Hisdayhascome and Broadcaster.
Hisdayhascome will be releasing a split 7” with The Crucial Dudes on the label. The double gate-fold 7” is slated to drop Winter/early Spring of 2012. Jump Start will also digitally releasing Hisdayhascome’s self-released EP Where I Belong through most digital outlets starting Sept. 20.
Broadcaster, the three-piece outfit from Long Island, digitally self-released their EP, Joyride, earlier this year. Joyride will now be available through Jump Start and all your favorite digital outlets next Tuesday, September 27th. Broadcaster is also releasing a brand new 7” in the coming months called Tightrope Walker.
New Jersey’s Aspiga and New York’s Broadcaster have announced that they will be hitting the road for a quick joint tour. The tour will kick off later this week will find them trekking throughout the South and back up the East coast. Aspiga continues to support their latest release, How I’m Not Feeling, released on Kat Kat Records.
Tour listings can be found below.