Tag Archive: streaming

Earbits just got a huge facelift, giving you a lot more options directly on the homepage. More importantly, we’ve made sharing your favorite songs with friends even easier. Previously, if you shared songs from web or mobile, your friends could click those links and listen to those tracks from our website, but not from a mobile device. The new iPhone and Android apps will now auto-play any tracks you share with friends or across Facebook.

Check it out! Here is a classic track from Grammy winning artist, Alabama Shakes. Give it a click! See what we mean, and if you like it, be sure to share it or anything else you discover.

Touché Amoré’s third full-length Is Survived By officially comes out on September 24th via Deathwish Inc., but it’s streaming now via Pitchfork Advance.  This album is the follow-up to the band’s strong debut …to the beat of a dead horse and the improved sophomore LP Parting The Sea Between Brightness And Me.  I’d argue that those albums, as well as Touché Amoré in general, are responsible for the creative revitalization of what folks would’ve called “screamo” ten years ago.  That designation means, essentially, screamed, emotional lyrics combined with melodic hardcore punk music.


Meet Roku, the easiest way to watch what you want to watch – instantly. Whether you’re in to exploring over 700 channels and hundreds of thousands of movies and shows, delving into what really interests you, or just stumbling across something new, Roku makes it happen easily, instantly and affordably.

Roku connects easily to your TV and wireless (Wi-Fi) network at home. And there is no monthly fee for Roku, simply access your existing subscriptions like Netflix, Hulu Plus or HBO GO. Enjoy all the free movies, shows, and music. Or browse the latest blockbusters on demand. And with our new Earbits Channel, you’ll never have a reason to leave the couch!

“I’m In Love With Destruction” by British indie group Let’s Wrestle was one of my favorite songs that I discovered in 2010 (I think it was technically released in 2009).  The hook is insanely catchy, and it just begs for a sing-a-long. Ever since I saw the band open for Titus Andronicus last year, that song and the rest off their debut album In The Court Of the Wrestling Let’s have been racking up plays on my iTunes.