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New Video: Tim Barry – “High on 95” (w/camera work from his 4-year-old daughter, Lela Jane)

Tim Barry has unveiled the latest video from his forthcoming full-length album, and this one’s pretty damn special.

It’s for the title track to High On 95, and it was shot almost entirely by Barry’s four-and-a-half year-old daughter, Lela Jane, on an old VHS camcorder. If you’ve followed Barry’s career as a solo artist, you’ve no doubt gotten the chance to watch Lela and her little sister, Coralee, grow up in front of the camera lens via Instagram, so it’s a unique — and heart-warming — thing to see her on the other side of the camera pointing it at her old man.

Check out Lela’s video-making debut below. High on 95 is due out this coming Friday (September 8th) via Chunksaah Records. Some pre-order options are available here; others will be up on Barry’s website in a couple days! And happy early birthday, Lela Jane!



Ezra Kire of Morning Glory to release solo album on Anxious And Angry Records, streams firs single

Morning Glory’s Ezra Kire will be releasing his debut solo album, Speakers In the Sky, on September 29th via Anxious And Angry Records. If you dug the unique song writing of Morning Glory’s last couple albums you’re very likely going to dig this. Check out the first single “Let It Go” below.

After a life dedicated to forming influential punk bands (Choking Victim, Leftover Crack and Morning Glory) Kire is in his final stage of evolution. Since putting his touring life on the shelf, he took an interest in aviation and is now a licensed pilot.When he isn’t flying, he is a union crew member for films and television in New York City. But no matter what else takes precedence over touring in bands, Ezra has proven that music and creativity will always be a part of him.

Speakers in the Sky’s first four songs are individual setups for the epic 4 songs in one on the B side. This record is the punk rock Beatles record the world needs right now.



Dan Cribb adds “The Amendment Song” to Simpsons Tribute Project, announces Simpsons Tribute Show

Dan Cribb teamed up with Benny Davis of Axis Of Awesome and Sydney comedian Will Erimya for the newest addition to Worst Tribute Ever, Dan’s ongoing tribute album to the Simpsons.

You can check out the “The Amendment Song” below.

Cribb has also announced he will be playing a show featuring these Simpsons covers in Brisbane on September 5th, at which he will be joined by some unannounced guest vocalists.  You can check out all the details for that show here.



MU330 stream new single “Don’t Worry Don’t Stress”

California ska band MU330 have released a brand new song called “Don’t Worry Don’t Stress.” The single was released in response to the recent events in Charlottesville, VA, including the rise of neo-nazi groups. In conjunction with Asian Man Records, all of the proceeds generated from this single will be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center in the fight for peace worldwide.

A statement from the band reads:

MU330 rejects the violence and hate speech of alt right nazis in Charlottesville. White supremacy must be stomped out and uprooted from this country. Let’s throw these tired ideas in the garbage once and for all. There should be no safe space anywhere on the political spectrum for a group of people that advocate genocide, anti-Semitism, and the oppression of minorities. As a country, we need to stop defending such vile behavior. This has to stop, and our president must be held accountable for defending such hateful ideology. Are you thinking, “wait, I’m a conservative and I’m not a racist!”? That’s great! The good news is that you can be a conservative while rejecting nazis and a racist president that defends them.

100% of all donations from downloading this new MU330 tune will be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Peace, MU330

You can stream the song below and make a donation directly to the Bandcamp page.



Iron your Hawaiian shirts – Uke Hunt is hitting the road in October

Your mother won’t understand, and it wont be worth explaining the name…but don’t miss Uke-Hunt on tour this fall.

The band, featuring Me First & The Gimme Gimmes front-man extraordinaire Spike Slawson, will be ripping down the east coast for a handful of shows this October.

The band last released a self titled LP in 2014. Pound a mai-tai, chill out and rock out with them!

10/26/2017, Quebec City, QC, La Source de la Martinière
10/27/2017, Sainte-Thérèse, QC, Le Montecristo – Music 4 Cancer
10/28/2017, Montreal, QC, Piranha Bar
10/29/2017, Toronto, ON, The Dance Cave at Lee’s Palace
10/30/2017, Buffalo, NY, Mohawk Place
10/31/2017, Albany, NY, Paulys Hotel – Halloween
11/2/2017, Newport, RI, The Cafe at Parlor Newport



Greg Graffin posts fall solo tour dates

Greg Graffin, front man of Bad Religion, has announced a short string of West Coast dates in support of his latest solo record, Millport.

The PhD and punk rocker dabbles in evolutionary biology, anthropology, lecturing, writing and finds the time now and then to pursue his musical passion for Americana and roots-folk music. His latest effort, Millport, is a 10 track journey through the American folk and roots music that Graffin sees as his earliest inspirations: inspirations that have a lasting impact on the punk rock of Bad Religion.

I’ll be sitting, and waiting patiently for East Coast shows. In the meantime, here’s the dates:

SEP 12 Seattle, WA Tractor Taver
SEP 13 Portland, OR Mississippi Studios
SEP 14 SanFrancisco, CA The Chapel


Chris Farren (solo) streaming new song “Be There 4 Ya” and announces tour dates

Chris Farren is streaming a new song “Be There 4 Ya” and has a slew of tour dates. You can checkout the new song below and tour dates here.

The new song equal parts happy and catchy is the first new release from Chris Farren since 2016’s album “Can’t Die”. Do yourself a favour and check Chris Farren out on tour through the rest of the summer.



Dave Hause streams his latest music video “The Flinch”

Singer Songwriter act Dave Hause is streaming his latest music video “The Flinch”.  The song is from his latest album “Bury Me In Philly”. Watch it below.

In the video we get to see a young Dave Hause go from listening to a living room record player to playing a sold out rock show. The video, which was directed by Mike Gill, stars Dave Hause’s nephew Judah, as a young Hause and features live footage from Houses’ Free At Noon performance from earlier this year.

Dave will soon begin his tour with Beach Slang and Tiger Army. Check out the dates here.



Dave Hause announce fall tour dates with Beach Slang and Tiger Army

Singer Songwriter act Dave Hause has just announced his North American tour dates for the rest of the summer and through beginning of December for a headlining tour with Beach Slang and Tiger Army. The run is in support of his most recent release Bury Me In Philly out via Rise Records.

Hause will begin with an appearance this Saturday July 19, 2017 at XpoNential Fest in Camden, NJ.

Check out the tour dates below.



Dan Cribb adds “Talkin’ Softball” to Simpsons tribute project

Dan Cribb teamed up with Mark Stewart for the newest edition to Worst Tribute Ever, Dan’s ongoing tribute album to the Simpsons. “Talkin’ Softball” is a parody of Terry Cashman’s “Talkin’ Baseball,” which was featured in the season three episode “Homer At The Bat.”

You can stream the whole album below and download it for FREE at bandcamp because there are still good things in the world.



Video: Jeff Rosenstock does acoustic video for new song “Melba”

While jamming at an acoustic session for Exclaim, Jeff Rosenstock gave us a new song, “Melba.” No word yet on whether or not this song will appear on a proper release but you can check out the video below

Rosenstock’s latest album Worry was released in 2016 through SideOneDummy. He also released a split, with Skasucks, last month. 



Jesse LeBourdais streams new album “Grief/Intensity/Friendship”

Solo folk punk act Jesse LeBourdais is now streaming his new album Grief/Intensity/Friendship.

You can give it a listen below.

Grief/Intensity/Friendship was released on July 10th, 2017.



Jesse LeBourdais streams “Flames” off upcoming solo album “Grief/Intensity/Friendship”

 

Solo folk punk act Jesse LeBourdais is now streaming his new single, “Flames.” The singer brings rich vocals and a classic punk rock feel to the riffs; packing a punch through the use of singing, and chanting.

The track is set to appear on a full length coming later this year, titled “Grief/Intensity/Friendship.”

His most recent release was the full length album, Long Winter on October 1, 2014.

Check out “Flames” below!



Brian Fallon recording with producer Ted Hutt

Former Gaslight Anthem front-man Brian Fallon has begun recording with producer, Ted Hutt, down in New Orleans! Anyone else excited for this!? You can check out his progress through his Instagram here

Fallon’s last project, Painkillers, was released on March 11, 2016 through Island Records. 



Louise Distras asks fans for their cash for new record

Louise Distras is doing a Kickstarter campaign for her latest record. Supposedly a DIY release, the vocalist is in need of £11,000 to aid its production. Fans will get assorted gifts for their pledges of support. All the details of the campaign can be found here.

Louise Distras last release was the 2013 effort Dreams From the Factory Floor.