In 2005, Motion City Soundtrack released Commit This To Memory, completely changing the modern wave emo and pop punk scene. This album completely shaped my adolescence and even into my adulthood, deeply inspired me and influenced me both as a person and a musician. In 2013, I made a joke about hosting a local show where bands cover a song from CTTM, and having the proceeds go towards breast cancer research. In 2015, I realized that I had the connections to make this possible. So I present to you, Commit This To Mammary. This album is full of dedicated, hard-working artists that have all put forth their time and effort not for publicity or money, but for a greater cause. Thank you so much to all of those artists and thank you so much for giving it a listen.
All proceeds will be going to the Susan G Koman breast cancer research foundation.
RIP Motion City Soundtrack 1997-2016
released October 7, 2016
First and foremost, I'd like to give a huge thank you to all of the bands who helped put this together and provided killer tracks for me to show the public.
I'd like to thank Motion City Soundtrack themselves for putting out a record that quite literally changed my life.
I wanted to give a nod to Dylan James Perry and Nick DiMarco for putting together the artwork for the album and the Bandcamp page.
Thanks to Epitaph Records for (hopefully) not suing me.
Thanks to both of my older brothers for showing me cool music.
Finally, in 2016 I lost a close family friend to a long-time struggle with breast cancer. She was honestly one of, if not THE sweetest person I've ever met, and this album is dedicated to her. I know I was never religious, but I know wherever she is, she's looking down on her friends and family with a smile. So all in all, this one's for her. Thank you so much and rest in peace to my good friend Joelle Weidhaas.
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