The band has a sound refreshingly familiar for fans of older No Idea Records releases, giving a new take on the style Gainesville vets Hot Water Music and Small Brown Bike created over a decade ago. Who knows – maybe next year you’ll be able to find them on the Fest lineup!
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Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 10:00 AM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
“German Turbopolka” is how this spectacular, Austrian septet describes themselves and after giving them a listen, we’re not sure there’s a better label for their unique sound. The music is fast and catchy and could be considered, ska, punk or anything in between. You see, turbopolka doesn’t fit into just one category, it’s open-minded passion is mingled with various musical styles from all around the globe, defying all traditional classifiers. This multi-national spirit is brilliantly showcased on their third full length, Kosmopoliturbo which was just released on August 8th via Napalm Records, with the band introducing the LP with the following quote: “In a world where globalism wipes away any and all boundaries, RUSSKAJA supplies a suitable soundtrack. Upbeat powerful songs swing between countries, languages and cultures.” Today we’re proud to premiere the debut music video for “Alive” from their brand new album. Give it a view or two below!
FFO: Gogol Bordello; Reel Big Fish; Leftover Crack
Friday, August 4, 2017 at 5:14 PM (PST) by gunnar
On September 12th Ottawa pop-punk act The Riptdes will be unleashing their new album “Candian Graffiti” with the help of the good folks at Something To Do Records. It’s been a while since I’ve heard a good “doo wop” pop-punk song and The Riptides knocked it out of the park with their first single, “Goodby Hawaii,” which we’re pleased to premiere for you below. If the rest of the album is this good its going to make a great soundtrack for the end of summer.
Vinyl lovers, pre-order your copy here – there are only 500 physical copies being made.
Friday, August 4, 2017 at 1:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
From the steamy San Fernando Valley this tremendous young trio released their debut, self titled EP earlier this year. Their unique garage-y hardcore sound, with it’s metal inspired guitar riffs and simple, gut thumping bass serves as a calling card, setting them apart from their peers. The freshman effort features seven sensational tracks including an impeccable cover of the Ramones single, “I’m Not Jesus”. But somehow we’ve slept on ’em, so you’re only hearing about them now! To make up for our transgressions, we reached out to the guys to see if we could stream the album for our precious readers and since they’re such upstanding young gentlemen, they agreed! So, crank up the volume (you’re neighbors are gonna want to hear it too!) and stream this ripper in it’s entirety, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!
Thursday, August 3, 2017 at 12:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
After a seven year hiatus, legendary UK skate punkers, Sombulance have returned with a brand new EP! The album, entitled Lifer, is due out on August 4th via heavyweight punk label Lockjaw Records but we got our hands on it a day early and it rips! When asked about the release, founding member and guitarist, Ant Harrison explained “We’re excited and relieved to finally be releasing new music, and doing so through our friend’s label Lockjaw Records. We’ve actually been sitting on this EP for a while because it was written in the context of full length but it made sense to record our six strongest songs to release for our Punk Rock Holiday appearance.” Well lucky reader, today you’re the direct beneficiary of that decision because we’re premiering all six, strong songs exclusively here at Dying Scene! So, enough reading, get to streamin’, below!
The quartet’s last release was 2010’s debut full length, A Cynic’s Response.
Tuesday, August 1, 2017 at 12:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
NY/NJ indie punk label Manic Kat Records is gearing up for a smoldering Summer with a brand new, thirteen track sampler featuring some of the label’s most recent signings from New York and beyond. Included in this masterful menagerie of bands are exciting, up-and-coming acts like Jump for the Sails, Rival Town, Wired for Havoc, Noise Brigade and many more. Since the lovely folks over at MKR know we’re suckers for samplers, they sent the entire LP over to stream for our lucky readers! So, grab the sunscreen (SPF 50 or higher!) and stream this sizzling hot sampler in it’s entirety below! Then head on over to the label’s site and order yourself a copy for $5 (free poster included with purchase! Whatta bargain!).
Wednesday, July 26, 2017 at 1:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Strap in, kiddies, we get a ripper for you today! This SoCal skate punk act is releasing their debut LP this coming Friday (8/29). But since we don’t live our lives by clocks and calendars, we’re just gonna stream the whole damn thing for you now. We gave it a spin before doing this write up and we can say with certainty that this one is a certified face melter! With an authentic old school sound and a fresh, streamlined feel to it, fans of genre defining pioneers like Aggression or JFA are going to love this quartet. Not sure about it? Well, get an opinion by streaming all nine tracks from the fantastic freshman album, Stand By… below! We also included information for their West Coast tour dates, so be sure to get out to a show and snag a copy!
Monday, July 24, 2017 at 12:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Last time we heard from Montreal based pop punkers, Manbridge it was late 2016 when they were featured on The Rebel Spell tribute album Rebels Sing. Now, just a few short months later, the quartet is back with new music! Their ten track, debut LP Juxtapose is out on August 18th via My Fingers! My Brain! Records and Maps & Continents Records but we know you don’t want to wait that long. Knowing that they would be bound by the strict International Hospitality Laws enforced by their oppressive, dictatorial government, we demanded…errr… politely asked the boys to send us a track to stream, exclusively for Dying Scene readers! And whaddayaknow, they obliged! Give the single “Cheese is Wasted on the Rich” a listen below, then in a few weeks, remember to reward their good (albeit, coerced) behavior by buying a copy of the album.
Friday, July 21, 2017 at 4:41 PM (PST) by Gina Skidz
Boston punks Losers Circle (featuring members of Refuse Resist and The Radicals) are getting set to release their aptly-named debut full-length album, Took Long Enough. You can check it out in its entirety below.
You can catch Losers Circle on tour in the upcoming weeks as well, as they head out to the South and Midwest, ending with an album release party at the Midway Cafe in Boston on August 6th. All the dates and places are also below.
Friday, July 21, 2017 at 7:00 AM (PST) by Mike Scott
North East England’s melodic hardcore/street punk mainstays In Evil Hour are releasing their new album, “Lights Down”, on August 2nd. The album is the first full length since 2013’s full length “The World Bleeds Out” – and the follow up to 2015’s EP “Built On Our Backs”. The political 4 piece, who described themselves as being influenced by bands such as AFI, Bad Religion and Rise Against, offer up a real synoptic record with “Lights Down” – it’s equal parts 90s skate punk sensibilities, 2000s hardcore rawness and a tint of street punk that adds an angular element to their sound.
Here at DS, we are giving you the opportunity to listen to “Lights Down” before the release, which coincides with the band’s appearance on the main stage at this year’s Rebellion Festival. Get album details – and hear the album – below.
Thursday, July 20, 2017 at 12:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Two years after their last full length I Wanted This To Go Different was released, this brooklyn punk quintet is back with another brand new LP, due out on August 4th via FTLP Records. Heck is a twelve track tour de fierce, which maintains the act’s raw, authenticated brand of punk rock. From the few tracks that we’ve heard, it very well could wind up on a few DS Top 10 Albums of The Year lists. Old school sound with a dash of new school flare that appeals to a large population of punks. Get on over to Bandcamp and pre order this one, kiddies (and you can also stream the incredible debut single Never Meant to Get This Old). The lads will be playing a bunch of shows in support of the album so head over to their Facebook page to see if they’re coming to your ‘hood! ! Until then, we’re supremely happy to present you with the exclusive premiere of “Street Sharks”. Stream this awesome, minute and twenty ripper, below!
Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at 12:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Fans of Pat the Bunny and Mischief Brew are sure to dig this emerging solo act. The young Mr. Puntton pairs honest songwriting with raw, angry, passionate vocals, singing about relatable topics like the everyday struggles with depression, anxiety, politics, and love in this beefy, eight track EP. Today, we’re pleased to premiere the debut EP Dopeamine in it’s entirety! It’s soooo good, guys! In support of the album release, the Aussie will be touring his Motherland including a supporting spot for US pop punks Direct Hit! So, if you’re Down Under, check the dates and stops while you getcho’ stream on, below. The rest of us will have to handle our transactions digitally over at Atomic Brain Records (physicals and downloads available)!
Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 1:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Melodic hardcore acts Protected Left and The Shortlife have teamed up on a four track split EP which was just released today! Even better news, the guys sent it over to stream exclusively for DS readers! Protected Left will be going on a short, weekend long tour, kicking things off in mid-August in their hometown of Oakland, California before heading down the coast for stops in LA and San Diego. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for more information as it gets closer. Meanwhile, Kalamazoo, Michigan natives, The Shortlife will be playing the Third Annual Fat Guy Fest in their hometown in early August. Until then, you can get your fill of both talented acts on the split album, below!
Friday, July 14, 2017 at 1:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Wednesday, July 5, 2017 at 1:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Named after a YMCA summer camp in their hometown of Fenton, Michigan, Copneconic plays a unique brand of garage punk which teeters on the line of mainstream grunge (if that’s still a thing). Their newest album, Generation Parasite (due out digitally on July 28th via Save Your Generation Records) doubles down on this signature slacker rock/power-pop sound with slicker production and well placed, whale sized hooks. Nick Diener of The Swellers (and proprietor of Oneder Studios where the LP was recorded) lent his ear and years of experience to help carve out this head hobbing, stoner approved rock record. So, roll a doobie, head down to your bedroom in your parent’s basement and stream the debut single “Trash” exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!