Will Pugh from Cartel is on the latest episode of The Gunz Show podcast. (Overcast link.)
Chain Fest’s 2020 lineup has been announced. Jimmy Eat World and Taking Back Sunday are headlining and Circa Survive, Saves the Day, Anberlin, Glassjaw, Cartel, and Acceptance are also playing. The show will take place on May 23rd at the Fivepoint Amphitheater.
New Found Glory’s From the Screen to Your Stereo 3 has been “officially wrapped.”
Side note: I think it’s pretty awesome that Will Pugh from Cartel is working on this album.
Amanda Markley’s new song “Ways to Go” can be streamed below via Substream. It was produced by Will Pugh of Cartel and he makes a vocal appearance on it as well.
Will Pugh of Cartel is on this week’s episode of Mike Herrera’s podcast.
Not many have the work ethic and stamina to make it in the industry the way Will Pugh does! Mike and Will sit down and discuss the process that allows Will to make it in the music world while juggling being in a band, a producer, and song writer in Nashville.
Will Pugh from Cartel is now Downwrite if you’d like him to write and record a song for you.
Will Pugh from Cartel is featured on the latest track released by Sparrow Sleeps. You can stream “I Want to Play” below.
Chris Black and James Ellis have started a podcast called Public Announcement. In the second episode they speak with Kevin from Cartel about the whole “band in a bubble” thing.
Cartel hit the studio with Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount to record some acoustic renditions of their favorite tracks off their classic album, Chroma. You can find a playlist featuring a special video performance of these five songs after the jump.
This review was written in 2005 and originally published on AbsolutePunk.net. It has been very minimally edited before being republished.
Ever since this debut full-length was first played in my car stereo on the drive home from The Militia Group’s home office, I’ve had one goal in mind: review this before Rohan does.
Okay, I’m only half kidding.
I’m reviewing this CD for one reason: I believe in this band. I think my faith in Cartel is evidenced through my desire, and utmost excitement, to ‘leak’ the band’s album on this very website. I’d never do such a huge promotion with a band I wasn’t 100% behind. There’s a variety of aspects to the band’s music that touch me in a way few bands are able. I hope to convey these feelings as best I can through the following words; however, there are things that you will only discover through sitting down for a good hour with this album, alone, in your room, and with the volume turned up very loudly. My conviction and sharp pose on this band are apparent from any visitor’s every day visit to this website, and this is exactly the review you expected me to write.