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The Lippies release track list for upcoming album, announce US tour dates

Grand Rapids based pop-punk band The Lippies have revealed their track list for the upcoming self-titled album.

The album is their debut full length and it serves as a follow up to their 2014 self-titled EP.

You can see the track list and some upcoming tour dates with Chicago punk group The Falcon (ft. members from Alkaline Trio, The Lawrence Arms, and The Loved Onesbelow



Potty Mouth announce East Coast tour dates

Northampton, MA act Potty Mouth have announced that they will be performing 13 shows on the East Coast, along with opening act Stove, beginning February 22nd. The run comes to an end in their hometown of Boston, MA on March 5th.

Check out all the dates and locations below.

Potty Mouth released their five-song, self-titled EP under their own imprint, Planet Whatever Records in August of 2015.

 

 



Russian punks Svetlanas release music video for “Crimea River”

Russian-Italian punk band Svetlanas have just released a music video for their cleverly titled song “Crime River” featuring live footage from 2014’s Upstart Fest. Get in on the action and watch it below.

“Crimea River” appears on the band’s awesome album “Naked Horse Rider”, which was released last May via Altercation Records.



Ep 34 Dying Scene Radio – Pickles gets personal with “Stupid Martini” of NJ female fronted horror punks, Thee Money $hot – RIP Brandon Carlisle

This week on Dying Scene RadioElena Venetia takes the week off, so Bobby Pickles conducts the podcast from Jersey City, NJ with longtime friend Adrien “Stupid Martini” De Martini, bassist of the female fronted horror punk act, Thee Money $hot. Things get personal, as los bastardos spin tales of atheism, Florida, talentless musicianship, and the untimely death of Teenage Bottlerocket drummer Brandon Carlisle. Bobby also openly apologizes for his wasted, unprofessional antics on last week’s episode; suffice it to say, Bobby doesn’t remember Halloween, but Stupid Martini is quick to remind Pickles of the Halloween two years prior. Have you ever shat your pants at a costume party? FUN FACT: Bobby has! (With special commentary from Mexico City’s Anti-Venöm, Cincinnati punk rockers, UnderTipper, and the new, surf-obsessed, totally-from-California punk band, The All Brights).

Hear all the incessant blathering and latest new music and headlines, below.

This Week’s Playlist
Dead Saturday – Teenage Bottlerocket
The Digs – Ready Set
Drones – From Birth To Grave
Brick By Brick – These Streets
Anti-Venöm – Enough Is Enough feat. Night Gaunts and Riot Ska Chris
51percent – Disconnected (Face To Face)
Big Eyes – Local Celebrity
Thee Money $hot – Stoked
Aiden – No Gods
UnderTipper – El Bastardo
Naked Raygun – Broken Things
The All Brights – West Coast F#@k You
Youth Decay – The Party’s Over
Sonic Boom Six – No Man, No Right
Cavaverman – Don’t Cross The Streams
Dollar Signs – The End



Dead Memory Records releases free Fat Wreck Chords cover album

Dead Memory Records have released an Australian Fat Wreck Chords tribute album, featuring bands like BlindspotAlex The Kid, and Friends With The Enemy covering bands like LagwagonThe Flatliners, and NOFX. Check it out below and head over to bandcamp to download it for free!



Doll Skin (Glitter Punk) sign with EMP Records, release debut music video, announce tour dates

Hailing from Pheonix, AZ, the all-female “Glitter Punk” outfit Doll Skin have just signed up with EMP Label Groups, a new record imprint created by Megadeth bassist (and author) David Ellefson. In the lead up to the release of their debut LP “In Your Face” on October 30th, the group has just released an awesome new music video for their track “Family Of Strangers” which you can check out below.

If you liked what you heard, and you live in the South-West, then you’re in luck. The group also announced a series of tour dates around Arizona and Nevada throughout the course of November. Those can also be found below.



Beautiful Sundays (Argentina punk) releases “Maybe” off new EP “Besos Not Bombs”

Argentinian female-fronted punk band Beautiful Sundays has just released a new song entitled “Maybe”, which you can listen to below.

The track is the first single to appear from the band’s newest EP “Besos Not Bombs”, and you can also have a listen to the band’s entire discography on their Bandcamp page.

Let’s hope these guys can get some band visas and tour North America!



Music Video: ForeverAtLast – “Shoreline”

Female-fronted punk/alternative rock act ForeverAtLast have premiered a music video for their song “Shoreline”. You can watch the video below.

“Shoreline” is taken from ForeverAtLast’s new album Ghosts Again, which was released yesterday on Victory Records.



The Lippies sign to Red Scare, finishing LP

Grand Rapids, MI based pop-punk band The Lippies have signed to Red Scare. They’re currently finishing their debut LP.

The band released their self-titled EP in 2014.

They’ve got some upcoming shows with The Lawrence Arms and Masked Intruder.



Watch: Chantel McGregor’s debut music video, “Take The Power”

Brixton solo-rocker, Chantel McGregor, has just released her first music video, for the the track “Take The Power”. The video, shows a young man pacing around a cemetery, all the while being pursued by a supernatural force. It’s spooky and kind-of sexy, and you can check it out below.

“Take The Power” comes off McGregor’s upcoming debut album “Lose Control”, which is set to be released on October 9th via her independant label, Tis Rock Music.



BABES IN TOYLAND talk next record, current lineup and more with Elliott of Little Punk People in NYC

Kat, Lori & Clara of Babes in Toyland sat with Elliott Fullam of Little Punk People at their Irving Plaza show in NYC and talked about how their new record will probably sound heavier than their previous releases along with how well things are going with their new bassist Clara. They also discuss a lot more in the video link below.

The band was incredibly sweet to Elliott and they even gave him a big shout-out in the middle of their set. The lights went on him and they had him stand up and wave back at everyone and the band, which was amazing. And the band played an energetic set to a full house of enthusiastic fans who screamed along to favorites such as “Bruise Violet” and “Oh Yea”. Their new bassist Clara showed a persona of total bliss (we also witnessed her proud father watching the show in bliss as he was sitting right near us) and she held her own alongside the ferocious performance of drummer Lori Barbero and singer/guitarist Kat Bjelland, whose vocals sent shockwaves throughout the venu. Babes in Toyland are currently on their reunion tour which ends at FUN FUN FUN Fest in Austin, Texas on November 6th.

And they signed Elliott’s record! Thanks again, gals!!!



The Maddigans premiere video for new song “Running On Empty”

Canadian pop punks The Maddigans have premiered a video for the new song “Running On Empty” off of their upcoming album, No Place Like Here.

Check it out below!

The Maddigans released the EP Love Vs Passion in 2012.



Alysons Anthem release music video for “Goodbye Kiss”

Hawaiian female front pop-punk/”cougar punk” band (whew) Alysons Anthem have released a music video for their track “Goodbye Kiss” and you can check it out below.

The song appeared on the band’s most recent release, “Cougar Punk EP (vol 2)” relased last June.



10 Kickass Female Fronted Punk Acts You Should Be Listening To

Female fronted bands have been making a resurgence in recent years. Even though there are more and more leading ladies in punk bands lately, there are always quality acts that get overlooked for one reason or another. Sure, you got your Bad Cop/Bad Cops and your RVIVRs, but there are so many, equally talented bands are out there tearing it up with little to no recognition. Check out my list of just a few of these often overlooked Female Fronted punk bands below.



EP Review: Freya Wilcox and the Howl – “Bareknuckle Love”

After falling in love with an American who was visiting in Sydney, Aussie blues singer Freya Wilcox decided that it was time to leave Brisbane, Queensland and venture halfway around the world to New York City to pursue her heart as well as her dreams. It wasn’t long after arriving that she found a place on various small stages around the five boroughs, a far cry from the dirty stoops where she performed for roughneck Australian miners. It was on one of those stages at The Ding Dong Lounge in Manhattan that friends Craig Shay and CJ Dunaieff from Long Island  first saw, and more importantly first heard, Freya. They instantly knew that she had a unique sound that lends itself to punk and approached her after the set. From that chance encounter, Freya Wilcox and the Howl was born.

Fate has a funny way of intervening just when it’s needed. Female fronted bands are on the uptick and most of them are in a similar vein. Not that it’s bad, but it’s always refreshing when something slightly askew comes along. The band’s debut EP, Bareknuckle Love, melds blues, country and punk all together in equal parts. It really is genius how they have kept the balance in line, so much so that the end product is something totally different and miles away from the genres it takes from.  The album has the raw, unproduced sound that you don’t normally hear from  traditional studio recordings. You can hear it in the drums throughout, but it’s most apparent in opening track “Bury Me”. The fact that it’s a three piece is perfect too. It leaves Freya’s surly, aggressive vocals nowhere to hide. Her sound has been likened to fellow Aussie Brody Dalle. I can hear it in spots, but overall it’s much softer. I wouldn’t say it’s delicate, but definitely not as savage as Dalle.  More like a grittier Janis Joplin. It’s not just her voice that stands out either, she’s been playing guitar ever since her mom finally caved and bought her one after years of begging every time they drove past the local music store as a toddler. The guitar riffs have an unmistakable country twang that weaves effortlessly between the rock and blues. The distinct sound is showcased in “Easier To Lie” which sounds like it could’ve competed with Johnny Cash for the top of the country charts in the 1960’s.

The overall tone of the album is fast, raw and unpolished. The one exception is “Dirty Song” which is definitely the song with the most blues influence. Sullen, hollow and winding. Slowly building up to a crashing chorus. I think they probably describe themselves perfectly through what they list as their influences: “Filthy blues, vintage punk and fever dreams.”  I don’t know that I can say it any better. It’s exactly what your brain is subconsciously categorizing it as in head from. It takes you a second for it to set in because you don’t have a point of reference, but eventually you wrap your head around it. That aspect is exactly what is going to take these guys farther than just the damp, dive bars in NYC and sure as hell farther than a dusty stoop in Queensland.

3.5 / 5