New Releases For June 4th
The American Dream
Your Chance To Die
Red Chord Records
The American Dream
Your Chance To Die
Red Chord Records
The second single from Abandon’s Kansas‘ album Ad Astra Per Aspera isnt my favorite song off the album, but I love the goofiness of the video. Enjoy
Some of the best albums this year have been released for free so far, and Marksmen‘s Sister Of Mine is defiantly one of them. It is raw, intelligent rock album that is as catchy as it is creative, and lyrically it will move you and sting you at the same time. Marksmen are a new powerhouse that have quietly come out of nowhere.
If you are a fan of Manchester Orchestra, David Bazan, The Rocketboys, or Abandon Kansas, you will more than likely dig these guys. Marksmen could hang with all those artists, but their music is in no way a parody or copy of their peer’s work. They have crafted their own sound in Sister Of Mine, and this is the album that will have you talking about this band for years to come.
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Abandon Kansas is one of the biggest names right now in this scene. It is for good cause, they consistently are producing some of the best modern rock on the market. Spiritually rooted and rock’n'roll minded, the band is on the cusp of releasing their latest full length, Ad Astra Per Aspera, and decided to throw their fans some goodies
The Abandon Kansas EP includes songs from the new album along with some sweet music videos. Its absoilutly free, so basically it would be dumb not to go download it. Link is below, enjoy.
Below is the album artwork and tracklisting for Tooth & Nail Records garage dance rock band Queens Club‘s upcoming March 23rd, 2010 release, Young Giant. The band features former members of The Chariot, and from what I can tell will really hit big with fans of Kings Of Leon and Abandon Kansas.
1. Are We? Will We?
3. Cut Me Off
4. An Apparition
6. Less Talk
9. Family Ties
11. I’m American
12. Danger Kids
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Garage pop rock band Abandon Kansas have made their latest music video for the song “Close Your Eyes” available today. I have to say I wrote this band off a little when they were releasing their We’re All Going Somewhere EP last year, but every time I hear them i like them more and more. This song especially is pretty cool…ENJOY!!!
So you may not have any idea about the website Beehave.fr (great name by the way), and that is ok, because we don’t really know much about it either. It looks like a really cool website, so it is entirely in language that we cant read. It seems though that the kind people over at Beehave.fr were nice enough to put together a little sampler for all of us. Im sorry, I misspoke, they put together a MONSTER sampler for us! 60 freakin tracks, from all kinds of bands and artists! There is hardcore, worship, some electronica, quirky indie rock, progressive experimental rock, and so much more!
So I will shut up in a sec and let you dive in, but here is how it goes: the sampler is divided into four smaller parts, and below is the tracklisting for each part with the link to download below it. Simply save the .ZIP file to your computer, EXTRACT ALL FILES once it is done, and start tearing through this amazing collection of music….
01. Maylene and the Sons of Disaster – Step Up (I’m On It)
02. Holding Onto Hope – Between Failure and Fraud
03. Escape From Sickness – How Few Can Destroy Much
04. Sleep for Sleepers - Thieves And Bones
05. Through Solace – We Were So Sincere
06. X-Sinner – World Covered in Blood
07. The Tug Fork River Band – Grave Digger
08. Venia – Seeker
09. The Blue Letter – Philadelphia
10. The Devil Wears Prada – Dez Moines
11. Sacrificium – I Am the Enemy
12. Underneath the Gun – Cutting Ties, Breathing Lies
13. Escape From Emptiness – Age of Conflict
14. Nitengale – Secret Police (4:20)
15. Everett – The Crown (4:37)
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16. Fallstar – Open Hands
17. Parade Schedule – Backyard
18. The Rose McCoy – The Weather Outside Is Weather
19. Sons of God - Caution
20. Thieves & Liars – Fight Song
21. Abandon Kansas – I Wonder If It’s Me
22. Capybara - The Wimp
23. I Am Alpha and Omega – The Stars Will Bleed Your Name
24. Wolf Dragoons – A Voice in the Desert
25. Grave Robber – Altered States
26. The Red Baron – Latest Hot Shot
27. Great Awakening – New Life
28. Caleb Winn – Dunlap House
29. The Frozen Ocean – Ghosts
30. Hands – Of the Flesh
31. The Ember Days -Run to You
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32. So Long Forgotten – Hills Humbled, Mountains Made
33. Yours for Mine - Call Me Distant
34. A Plea for Purging- Misanthropy
35. Anchors – Airplane
36. The Neverclaim – Revival
37. Perhapsy – Bow Song
38. Ian McIntosh – Come Away>
39. Cobra – Lady on the Bricks
40. Daniel Bashta – Awakening
41. Redemption – Lifeboat
42. Earth From Above - Numbered with the Transgressors
43. Max Justus – Bending Space and Time
44. The Normans – I Finally See
45. Abel – Dressed Like a King
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46. Believer – Redshift
47. Sleeping Giant – Gang Signs
48. October Light – Hands High
49. All In – Charles Barkley
50. The Billen Brothers – Little Russia
51. Neviah Nevi - Virtue
52. Sam Billen – Returning
53. Preson Phillips – Then They Will Know
54. Solemn Vow – Cheer Up Charlie, Give Me a Smile
55. State Bird – I Don’t Luv U Anymore
56. Ascend the Hill – Sing
57. Deuteronomium - Of Life and Death
58. Lovelite – There You Are
59. Ambroise George – Messager De La Bonne Nouvelle
60. JTM Band – Que Ma Louange Te Plaise (Live)
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Hello to all the amazing people who read our site, we love you. Really, your participation in this website makes everything worth it. Every time you visit, it counts as only good stuff for us as a group. So, thank you….
If you will remember, a few months back, we announced that we were going to tone things down a little bit on the site. At the time, we were putting up three posts a day, beginning to build our artist database, and trying to manage our emerging “ezine” persona. In all honesty, we never intended to use The One21 as a magazine-type website. Our original idea for this blog was to simply communicate our passion and try to begin to introduce the world to a larger perspective of “Christian music”in modern culture.
Well, God, as He always does, has His own plans for things, and seven months in to our existence we were doing interviews, reporting on news, and in general acting like more of a magazine.
However, the true intention of this site, The One21 Music, was to build a tool that could fully introduce the people to the vast body of music made by believers. So, in May, we officially began to build our artists database. We started strong, found out we weren’t doing it right, started over, added a few features, went back and added those features to the existing profiles, went back and edited, and then once again began to add new artists, and here we are.
Confused? Dont worry, all of that was my long way of saying that we are now 260 artists strong in our database, and every week we are adding on average 6-10 new entries. The profiles span over 10 genres, 3 categories, and over 120 styles (sub-genres). We are doing our best to make sure that any fan, of any type of music will have a place on this website. You can go see our progress by clicking on the “Artist Search” tab up at the top of this page, or you can click here.
Also, if there is particular artist you want to check out, you can get to them quickly by typing in www.one21music.com/(artist name) into the address bar on your browser (so an example would be www.one21music.com/owl city). If you dont get anything, it most likely means we have not gotten that particular artist into the system yet, but don’t fret because we are working on it.
Alright, with so much going on, Chuck and I thought it would be a good idea to start giving you guys weekly rundowns on what is happening here on the site. So at the end of the week, we will recap what we have been writing about on the blog, in the database, and what is happening in our company. Our hope is that not only will you stay up to date to what is happening on the blog, and what new artists you may want to check out, but also that you would get to know us as people and as a company. So, here we go, this our first real update so I hope you enjoy:
-First of all, you may notice that we have a new banner. The old one was cool and everything, but as we turn the corner on this website, we wanted to go with something a bit “cleaner” looking. Plus, I (Ian) was really tired of looking at myself every time I looked at the site (yes, if you remember the guy in the banner, that was a big ‘ol profile of me, myself, and I).
-We launched our “Album Release” page this week. this page contains dates, titles, and album artwork(when available) for all the upcoming CDs from Christian artists. It will be updated often, and in future “update” posts I will keep you up to date on what we have added to the page. Go check out all the upcoming releases here.
-We got rid of our “Music Artists” and “Christian Labels” tabs. With the database, we don’t need the “Artist” tab, although you may see a newer, more accessible version of it pop up in the near future. All the information from the “Christian Labels” can now be found in our “Links” page. You can click on the “Links” tab at the top of the page or just click here
-New Releases-The big release this week came from MuteMath, but Manic Drive and Take It Back! also released somke new stuff this week.
-Music News- new videos from John Reuben, Paramore, and Philmont, along with new album info for Abandon Kansas, and a lot of bands leaving their labels and others getting signed.
-Free Download- a new little DJ album from hip-hop artist Playdough. Very strange, but hard to pass up for free.
-Voices Of The Underground2 Pt.1- Begin a new “season” of our round table interview series by asking Thousand Foot Krutch, White Collar Sideshow, Gileah Taylor, and many others what they love about music.
-Chuck has moved around some genre definitions to best suite our Praise & Worship, and Gospel fans.
Bodies Of Water
The Welcome Wagon
Gileah Taylor (Gileah & The Ghost Train)
Also, this weekend we will be holding a meeting to try and figure out a possible One21 Fest here in Austin, Texas. If you are reading this and have some ideas, please speak up. Until next week, God bless, and have a great weekend.
Christian Music Is Not A Genre, It Is A Movement
Below is the new, self produced music video from pop rock band Philmont for their song “Back Down”
Below is the new-er artwork for Thrice‘s physical release of their new album Beggars, which will hit stores September 15th, 2009.
Metalcore giants Gwen Stacy have signed with Solid State Records.
Below is the album artwork and tracklisting for Abandon Kansas‘ upcoming release, entitled We’re All Going Somewhere EP, which will see a September 8th, 2009 release date.
1. The Harder They Fall
2. I Wonder If It’s Me
3. Make Believe
4. We’re All Going Somewhere
5. Months and Years
6. Close Your Eyes
Continuing the artist shuffle they are doing over at Tooth & Nail Records, screamo rock band Write This Down has signed with the label. Congrats to all involved.
Matt Morginsky ( also known as Mojo of The OC Supertones) has partnered up with Croatian ska band October Light to form ……Mojo & October Light. They will be releasing an album in the very near future.
Don Clark (guitar) and Ethan Luck (drums) of Demon Hunter have both announced their departure from the band. Ethan will now be the full time drummer for Relient K.
Progressive metal band The Beneath has decided to call it a day. Bummer, they were really good…
Below is the new music video from John Reuben with his song “Jamboree”.
The Becoming is now holding auditions for a new drummer before they start hitting the road hard come this Fall. Eyeliner required….
Brooke Waggoner dropped a little update, including some details concerning a new album coming out within the year. Read Brooke Waggoner update.
Below is the album artwork and tracklisting for Fee‘s October 6th, 2009 release, Hope Rising.
1. Rise And Sing
2. Greatly To Be Praised
3. Glory To God Forever
4. Everything Falls
5. God Is Alive
6. Hands Of The Healer
7. Arms That Hold The Universe
8. Promised Land
9. We Crown You
10. Your Love
11. Send Me Out
Below is the new music video from recent Tooth & Nail singee Sent By Ravens, with their song “Trailer Vs. Tornado”.
Flyleaf‘s first new album in close to five years, entitled Memento Mori, will hit the general market on October 27th, 2009.
Below is the artwork and tracklisting for David Bazan‘s (Pedro The Lion) new album, entitled Curse These Branches, which will become available September 1rst, 2009.
01 Hard To Be
02 Bless This Mess
03 Please, Baby, Please
04 Curse Your Branches
05 Harmless Sparks
06 When We Fell
07 Lost My Shape
08 Bearing Witness
09 Heavy Breath
10 In Stitches
Below is the new music video from Paramore, with their song “Ignorance”:
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