Broadcaster Announce New Album / Stream Single

BroadcasterLong 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 Robbinswho 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.

The Fest 12 Adds More Bands

Fest 12Adding to their already impressive lineup featuring the likes of Bouncing Souls, The Draft, Dillinger Four, ALL, The Lawrence Arms, Samiam, Night Marchers, Braid, Boy Sets Fire, Obits, Paint It Black, Titus Andronicus, Fake Problems, Sundowner,  Big D and the Kids Table, White Lung, Toys That Kill, Polar Bear Club, Smoke or Fire, The Menzingers, Fake Problems and more; The Fest 12 has added even more bands to festival this year.

They have just confirmed that Lucero will be returning to the Fest having not played since Fest 3 and J. Robbins (Jawbox, Burning Airlines, Government Issue, Office of Future Plans) will be playing an intimate best of his career backed by drums and a cello. On top of that, Tim Kasher (Cursive/ Good Life),Drag the River,  Deep Sleep, Weatherbox, White Wives, Modern Baseball, Pile, Whiskey & Co., Flashlights, Listener, Pale Angles, LVL UP, AC Deathstrike, Courtesy Drop, Bad Magic, Julie Karr, The Moms, and Half Hearted Hero have all been confirmed. The full list can be seen here.

The Fest 12 takes place over Halloween weekend in Gainesville and Ybor City, Florida.

Lemuria Recording New 7 Inch

LemuriaLemuria is in the studio recording with J. Robbins two new songs for a special 7 inch for Record Store Day.

 Lemuria drummer Alex Kerns commented:

“We are all fans and supporters of our own local record stores, and fully support the mission of ‘Record Store Day’. This year, everything seemed to work out timing-wise for us to contribute our own release, so we jumped eagerly at the opportunity! We entered the studio in Baltimore with J Robbins yesterday to record two songs for a very limited, very special RSD only release. The songs will be the first recorded to feature our new bass player, and the record itself will feature artwork from our friend Sarah Abbot. You can help by requesting your local record store to carry this release, and by buying our 7″ and other limited records on April 21st!”

Record Store Day takes place on April 21st, 2012.

The band released Pebble last year on Bridge Nine Records.