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June 16, 2016

New Noise Magazine Reviews Almost Famous Friends Debut Album

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New Noise Magazine reviewed the debut album from our Texas boys Almost Famous Friends, I’m Not Who I Want to Be!

Noting that the opening track is “a melodic masterpiece,” they went on to say it was proof that they’ll be “more than almost famous.”

“There’s a lot of bands in Texas, even without SXSW, but this is the one to look out for– especially if you liked Hawthorne Heights and Silverstein back in the day and want to listen to a more mature, updated version of that angst.”

Read the full review here!

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May 11, 2016

Stitched Sound Reviews New Album From Almost Famous Friends

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“[Tristan] Wilson’s melodic voice offers a comforting tone with deeply personal lyrics…Drawing influences from such bands as Brand New and The Story So Far, the band comes off as a strong candidate for a future Warped Tour act.”

Check out Stitched Sound‘s new review of Almost Famous Friends upcoming album I’m Not Who I Want To Be, coming May 20th, HERE!

May 6, 2016

Music Box Pete Shares Thoughts On New Almost Famous Friends Song

Almost Famous Friends

“What impressed me most about these guys was their ability to carve out their own individual music identities…and how that sound adds up in the end to create something that is equal parts original and cutting edge.”

Head HERE to check out Music Box Pete‘s take on Almost Famous Friends and their new song “All I Can Do”

April 15, 2016

Almost Famous Friends Release New Music Video For “All I Can Do” On Antiquiet

Photo Credit: Abbie Bosworth

Austin, TX based band Almost Famous Friends have just released their brand new official music video for “All I Can Do”. The music video is being premiered by Antiquiet and you can check it out HERE!

Stay connected with Almost Famous Friends: https://www.facebook.com/AlmostFamousFriends/

July 29, 2015

Highlight Zine Premieres New Track From Leave The Former

Leave The Former

Very proud to introduce to you a new song by Leave The Former which premiered a few days ago on Highlight Magazine! Check out the intimate track and read up on the story behind it here.

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May 15, 2015

I HEAR MOOSIQ Reviews The City Sound’s Track “Keeping Me From Me”

The City Sound

Just in case you need ANOTHER reminder, The City Sound’s EP drops this coming Tuesday and just so we’re clear, people think it sounds awesome. Check out this review of a track off their EP by I HEART MOOSIQ.

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April 4, 2014

Flashwounds On Calamity Jane’s New EP: “I Suggest You Get Yourself A Copy”

As soon as you start listening to the 5 song EP (and I do suggest you get yourself a copy), you’ll realize that the description of the band’s sound [Blink-182 meets Set Your Goals]~ although it of course doesn’t capture the full experience, since words can only tell you so much about music, it’s your ears that are the true judges ~ is spot on.” -Flashwounds reviews Calamity Jane’s debut EP, We’ll Explain When We Get There. Check out the full review here, and catch up with the band on Facebook and Twitter. Don’t forget to grab your copy of the new EP when it drops April 15th.

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April 4, 2014

The Sirens Lounge Gives Calamity Jane 4/5 Stars

Giving Calamity Jane‘s debut EP, We’ll Explain When We Get There 4/5 stars, The Sirens Lounge says the EP,  “includes all the pop punk staples that we know and love, including gang vocals, songs about our friends, and sweet bass lines…Calamity Jane has a lot of heart, and I really enjoy the energy that is constant throughout this whole EP; the term “jump punk” is very well deserved…I am genuinely impressed with We’ll Explain When We Get There and will definitely be keeping tabs on Calamity Jane. I recommend you do as well!”

Check out the full review here, and catch up with Calamity Jane on Facebook to grab their debut when it drops on 4/15.

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