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Chuck Norris Experiment stream new song “Habit to Support” off upcoming album “Chuck Me!”

Swedish punk ‘n’ roll group Chuck Norris Experiment are streaming their brand new song ‘Habit to Support’ off their upcoming album “Chuck Me!” Check it out below.

“Chuck Me!” is the full-length follow-up to the band’s “Ghost Highway” EP released earlier this month.



Rough Surf and Broken Nose Mall Santa stream new split EP

Newfoundland sad punk band Rough Surf and Winnipeg punk rockers Broken Nose Mall Santa are streaming their new split EP over on the Rough Surf Bandcamp page. The 6-track release is an even split with each band contributing 3 songs to the EP. You can stream it below.

This split will serve as a follow-up to Rough Surf’s 2016 album, Please Clap, and Broken Nose Mall Santa’s 2016 EP, Ditch Picnic. 



Rough Surf (Garage Punk) release video for “Almost Older” off upcoming split

Garage punk act Rough Surf from St. Johns, Newfoundland released a new video for “Almost Older” off their upcoming split with Broken Nose Mall Santa of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The split will be out and available in a couple of weeks.

The video is kind of a parody of The Blair Witch Project and you can check it out below.



Music Video: Capital Youth – “Where You Are”

Swiss garage punk act Capital Youth have premiered a music video for their song “Where You Are”, and you can check it out below.

“Where You Are” appears on Capital Youth’s latest EP Lemonade, which was released last month via Roosevelt Records.



The Chinchees (garage/pop punk) streaming debut single – “Hey Boy”

Minneapolis garage-rock/pop-punk trio The Chinchees are now streaming the first track off their debut album. Listen to “Hey Boy” below.

The band’s self-titled debut full-length is due out later this month. If you want to hear a little more before that, check out the last EP from The Chinchees, Quaalude Era Elvis, which is available for free/name your price download here.

You can also check out the guys live at one of their upcoming March tour dates. Dates/locations are listed below the music, along with the tour poster.



The Two Tens release single “Keeping Hope Alive”

Los Angeles garage punks The Two Tens have released a new single called “Keeping Hope Alive.” The two-track single comes ahead of the release of their yet-to-be-named sophomore album that they will be putting out later this year. So far, the band has placed “Keeping Hope Alive” and b-side “Bama Lama Bama Loo” up for grabs, both digitally and on a limited colour variant 7″ vinyl. You can check it all out below.

The band’s upcoming album is scheduled for release sometime this year via Man Della Records.



DS Exclusive: Capital Youth (Garage Punk) Premieres Debut EP “Lemonade”

Our first international premiere of the new year is in and boy is it a whopper! Garage pop quartet, Capital Youth is releasing their debut EP Lemonade on the band’s label Roosevelt Records in co-production with Irascible Music Switzerland and they sent us the entire damn thing to stream exclusively for DS readers! As we don’t have our fingers on the pulse of the scene in Geneva, we hadn’t heard of these Swiss sensations before but with their energy and the lovely lo-fi ruckus that they create, we were instantly hooked! We really think you’re gonna love this one, gang! Stream all five tracks, below!

FFO: ToyGuitar, Fidlar, Ramones



The Cheap Cassettes stream 4 tracks off upcoming album “All Anxious, All the Time”

Seattle garage punk act The Cheap Cassettes are set to release their new album, All Anxious, All the Time next month, but you can check out 4 tracks in advance by streaming them below.  If you like ’em (and we’re pretty sure that you will), you can pre-order the album here.

Formed by members of early-2000s Seattle punk band The Dimestore Haloes, The Cheap Cassettes play high energy, lo-fi garage pop that will appeal to fans of bands like the Replacements, the Buzzcocks and Cheap Trick.  All Anxious, All the Time will be released on February 17th via Rum Bar Records.



Music Video: The Cheap Cassettes – “Wreckless”

Seattle garage punk act The Cheap Cassettes have released a music video for their new song “Wreckless”, and you can check it out below.

“Wreckless” appears on The Cheap Cassette’s upcoming album All Anxious, All The Time, which is scheduled to be released on February 17, 2017 via Rum Bar Records.



False Pterodactyl (Garage Punk) stream new album “Smushy Hoho”

West Virginia garage punk act False Pterodactyl are streaming their new album Smushy Hoho in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

Smushy Hoho was released on January 1st, 2017.



Full EP Stream: The Hip Priests, Bitch Queens & more release Motorhead tribute 7″

The Hip Priests, Bitch Queens, King Mastino, and Chuck Norris Experiment have released a split 7″ in tribute to the almighty Motörhead.

It features unique takes on songs like “No Class,” “The Hammer,” “Iron Horse,” and “Rock Out.”

You can give the EP a listen below, and head over to Bandcamp to grab a digital or physical copy.



Hakan (garage punk) stream new album LP “II”

Italian garage punkers Hakan are streaming their upcoming LP, II, a week before it’s official release. The new 13-track album was recorded in the band’s home studio with a multi-track recorder – not what you would think after hearing this big production.

You can stream the whole thing below.

This is the band’s second album, which serves as follow-up to their 2015 self-titled full-length.



Interview: SWMRS’ Seb Mueller Discusses Tour and Film Photography (w/ Photos)

All photos courtesy of Seb Mueller.

If you find yourself flipping through just about any music magazine these days, chances are, you’re going to come across SWMRS. The west coast band is making a name for themselves with their raw song-writing and catchy pop hooks, never sacrificing rock for melody. I got the chance to catch up with SWMRS’ bass-playing extraordinaire, Seb Mueller, who is taking the whirlwind in stride, all while touring the UK this summer and juggling his film photography at the same time.

In this exclusive interview, we get an insider’s view of some of Mueller’s personal favorite shots from his last tour in the UK and some insight into how and why he chose film photography as another expressive outlet. Read the full interview and check out the photos below the cut.



Oakland’s Everyone Is Dirty (psych garage pop) stream cover of Bowie’s “Andy Warhol”

Like many other bands in the Bay Area, Oakland’s Everyone Is Dirty preformed a Halloween cover set over the weekend.

The violin-wielding quartet covered David Bowie at San Francisco’s Brick and Mortar Music Hall, and recorded a take of “Andy Warhol” at their home studio.

Listen to the song below.



DS Photo Gallery: Dan Webb and the Spiders/Bundles Album Release Show (Boston, MA)

Dan Webb

A couple of yours truly’s favorite hometown bands recently teamed up to throw a record release party in honor of their new split 12-inch, and the result was one of the most enjoyable show-going experiences of the year in the local music scene.

The two bands of honor in this case were Dan Webb and the Spiders and Bundles. Their split, which you can still stream here, marks the first release on the American imprint (run by Webb himself) of German-based Gunner Records. The evening’s festivities took place at O’Brien’s Pub in Boston’s Allston neighborhood, a no-frills bar in one of the few no-frills neighborhoods left in an increasingly gentrifying city. O’Brien’s has long provided a dark, sweaty bastion for up-and-coming local and smaller national touring bands (shoutout to the great and terrible Ryan Agate), making it the perfect backdrop for the occasion.

Birdwatching

The first band out of the chute on this particular evening was Birdwatching. For the uninitiated (as I was until showtime), Birdwatching are a local three-piece who, despite being a newcomer to the scene in ever sense, seem to have perfected the sort of lo-fi, odd-time signatured indie punk sound that’s been building over the last couple years. They’ve got an album release show of their own in a couple weeks that Bundles will actually be opening, a clear sign that Birdwatching aren’t going to be “up-and-coming” for very long.

Dan Webb and the Spiders

While they very easily could have been headlining this particular show, Dan Webb + The Spiders actually played second out of the four bands on the bill. As I’ve told you before, they’re a four-piece that grew out of a one-man project, and they grab you by the scruff of the neck and forces you to pay attention, with a sound that owes more than a little bit of inspiration to the heyday of punk-infused ’90′s garage rock. On the split that this show was celebrating, tracks like “”No Excuse” pay sonic homage to Brit-pop bands, while the band bring more of an uptempo banger vibe to “Odd Combinations” and a throwback Lemonheads vibe on “Running Around” and “Inside the Cage,” though only the former and latter tracks made it into the setlist on this occasion.

No Weather Talks

Germany’s No Weather Talks played third, and marked a pleasant surprise if ever there was one. I’d admittedly not heard them…or heard of them…prior to this occasion, but they made quick fans out of myself and many others in the crowd by midway through their first song. Playing entirely on gear borrowed from Webb and his cronies, the Hamburg-based five pieced play a surprisingly tight set of tunes that are sort of a modern rock take on a classic skate-punk sound. The only band listed on their Facebook page as an influence is Samiam, and I would go so far as to say that a No Weather Talks – Samiam comparison is entirely accurate, if Samiam were fronted by a dynamic female vocalist, in this case the captivating Faye Herr.

Bundles

What can I say about Bundles that I haven’t said before? Hmmm…well…let’s see. The band consists of three dudes with questionable tastes in guitar tuners and facial hair and even more questionable penchants for quad-revealing short shorts. I kid. Not really. Well…kinda. Anyway, Bundles have become one of my favorite local live bands in relatively short order. While they band joked that they had no business closing a show after sets by the three bands that came before them, that speaks more to the strength of the bill than it does to their own prowess, as evidence by the way they plowed through their set in prototypical punk rock fashion. While the sound is still an intense version of post-hardcore, what has changed a little as the band has grown over the last year or so is the more toned-down points in some of the newer tracks (like “Welcome To The Rusty Nail” from the aforementioned split), proving that 1000mph isn’t always a necessity to get the point across.

Check out our full photo gallery from the evening below.