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DS Exclusive: Spanish Love Songs premiere ‘Buffalo Buffalo’, sign to A-F Records and Uncle M Records

Big news day today for Dyingscene homies Spanish Love Songs. LA’s favourite grouch rockers not only announced their signing to A-F Records (US) and Uncle M Records (EU), but also dropped a brand new EP. As the icing on the cake, title track ‘Buffalo Buffalo‘ even comes with a shiny new video, which we are very proud to premiere for you today. Frontman Dylan Slocum about the new songs:

“The songs on Buffalo Buffalo give a quick glimpse of where we’ve been for the past few years — falling in love while it feels like the world’s imploding, getting too old to be young dudes in a band, and trying real hard to stay positive. They’re also a glimpse of what’s to come, and we hope people love them as much as we do.”

If you’re just as excited as us to hear these songs live, be sure to catch the band on one of their upcoming West Coast tour dates with Ducking Punches or at pre-Fest and Fest in Florida. In the meantime, head down below to catch new tunes, a brand new video for ‘Buffalo Buffalo’ and SLS’ upcoming party dates.



DS Exclusive: Decent Criminal Premieres New Music Video for “Deviant” From Upcoming LP

Kudos to NorCal garage/surf punks Decent Criminal for the quick turnaround on new music. We were already jonesin’ for some fresh tunes from the phenomenal quartet and it hasn’t even been two full years since their debut LP (ed: you have dependency issues. get help)! The new, ten track album Bloom, (being released by Dodgeball Records) hits shelves on 10/13 and picks up right where the fantastic freshman album ended without missing a beat. To get you stoked for Friday, the boys sent over the debut music video from the album, exclusively for Dying Scene readers. Such thoughtful young men! Watch the video for “Deviant” below until your eyes bleed, then go to an optometrist…then after that, go get your preorder on and start the countdown! If the hooks don’t getcha, the harmonies certainly will!



DS Exclusive: Grievances Premieres New Album Late Bloomers

Grievances isn’t even two years old yet, but this Canadian trio (featuring frontman Danny Kidd of Wasted Potential fame) already has two incredible EPs to their credit. Now, the crafty canucks have returned with their debut LP Late Bloomers (did anyone else have a Trapper Keeper that looked exactly like the album art?) and wanted DS readers to get an exclusive first listen! Stream all ten, tremendous tracks, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!



DS Exclusive: Sunny on The Causeway (Punk) Premieres Track from Upcoming EP

Everyone’s favorite acquitted double murderer has been freed from prison after a short stint for armed robbery, and in celebration of OJ Simpson’s release back into the general population (if you’ve been doing any shady deals in sports memorabilia, you’d better watch your back), NYC punk act Sunny on the  Causeway has dedicated a song from their upcoming EP Pop Singles Vol. 1. to him!

The track, “(We Get) Down Like OJ” marks the band’s fourth release from the impending album, and despite the macabre topic, is extremely catchy! Don’t believe us? Embrace the evil, below!

I would like to take a moment to apologize to all of you for even considering “The Juice Is Loose!” for the title of the post. But don’t worry, the band has you covered with their bandcamp page, where you can pick up this track for name-your-price!



DS Exclusive: Ezra – “Speakers In The Sky”

As you’ve no doubt heard at this point Morning Glory/Leftover Crack/Choking Victim’s Ezra Kire is slated to release his debut full-length solo album, Speakers In The Sky, tomorrow (September 29th). Dying Scene is beyond stoked to bring it to you exclusively a day early!

Speakers in the Sky is eight song narrative told in two sides, with the first half building to the epic “4 songs in one on the B side.” It chronicles what was a life of “hopelessness, addiction and the eventual triumph of letting it all go,” and is billed rather poignantly as “the punk rock Beatles record the world needs right now,” though as our own reviewer Carson Winter put it in his review, “ it’s tougher and darker than what even the bleakest Beatle could conjure.”

Speakers in the Sky is due out through Ryan Young’s Anxious and Angry label. Stream it in its entirety below, and order your very own copy here!



DS Exclusive: Fare Game (Skate Punk) Premieres Debut EP

When it comes to punk rock, the talent pool in Los Angeles is one of the deepest in the country. Every neighborhood from the docks of San Pedro to the sleepy desert towns of The Antelope Valley, boasts its own small, locally grown act that in other cities, would be headliners. Fare Game is a perfect example of such a band. In the few months that they’ve been a tangible band, they’ve played a ton of local shows (as well as two festivals) and quickly become favorites in the local scene. Featuring former members of LightSpeedGo and Kill Radio (among others), this quartet seeps talent and experience from their pores, and with a blue collar work ethic, they are already well on their way to becoming one of LA’s premium punk acts. Today, we’re pleased to premiere this emerging young act’s debut EP, Breakin’ Rules in it’s entirety! The six and a half track album (ya don’t get full credit for “30 Sec Song”, sorry guys!) is the perfect introduction! Check it out, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!



DS Exclusive: Eat Dirt (UK Punk) Premieres Video for “Dead.” From Debut Album

This London based punk rock collective features members whose identities have been kept a secret over the course of their first year as a band, but we’re told all of them have been in some pretty big bands prior to embarking on this new endeavour. Following Brexit, in late 2016, and the subsequent spiralling maelstrom of political idiocy and rising tensions throughout the UK and abroad, Eat Dirt was born and they were not happy! The quartet’s debut four track EP, EAT DIRT – I, is a raging, visceral blast of uber-aggressive, no frills punk rock which clocks in at a tidy five minutes. Today, we’re pleased to premiere the newest music video from that fantastic freshman album! When asked about the video for the track “Dead.” the lads explained, “The song is about jealous people, and lazy people, and people who refuse to help themselves. The video is made up of clips mocking the behaviour of evangelist preachers who pray on the weak, they’re subhuman scum who manipulate and steal from the people they claim they’re trying to help.” So, stop being a loaf and put your peepers on the video, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!



DS Exclusive: 3rd Times A Charm (Pop Punk ) Premieres New Album “EP Collection”

South Jersey is often overlooked in conversations relating to punk music hotbeds. But the scene in that area has always been ripe with talent. None More Black, Senses Fail, The Ergs, and Gaslight Anthem are among a laundry list of bands from the area, who all inject some pop punk into their unique musical styles. This traditional pop punk act from Burlington County is yet another great act that can be added to that list. If you’re unfamiliar with them, now’s the perfect time to get acquainted because the quartet has a new album out! Featuring a mix of new tracks, with songs from their previous record, the album, EP Collection (due out on September 8th), provides a great cross section of their entire body of work.  But, since you’re a dedicated DS reader, there’s no need to wait to listen to this pop punk gem. You can listen to it in its entirety, exclusively here at Dying Scene! Check it out below!

*3TaC’s last album was Local Zero released in 2016.



DS Exclusive: Dead Weights (Melodic Punk) Premieres Music Video For “Stuck In My Head” From New LP

Hailing from Canada’s Capital, this melodic punk act has been perfecting their sound over the past seven years. In that time, they’ve released a couple of EPs and (now) two LPs, solidifying them as one of the most consistent up and coming bands from the Great White North. Now, these clever canucks are back with their (previously alluded to) sophomore LP, Mountain Arresting which was released on August 1st. The music video, for the single “Stuck in My Head”, is a pretty crafty little lyric-video with fellow artists from Ottawa and friends of the band doing live art on a chalkboard. If you want to listen to the rest of the LP, head over to New Noise and stream the it in it’s entirety. Until then though, give the  watch and the world premiere of the video, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!

FFO: Dillinger Four; Jawbreaker; Latterman



DS Exclusive: True Rivals (Punk) Premieres “Respect’s Earned” From Upcoming EP

If good old fashioned punk rock is your thang, this SoCal based group is sure to delight! Their exceptionally entertaining, full-throttled live performances coupled with copious amounts of musical talent, has propelled the fantastic foursome to the upper echelon of the bustling Los Angeles scene in a relatively short period of time. Now, just a few couple years after their debut full length The Revenant, the guys are back with a brand new EP and today, we’re pleased as punch to bring you an exclusive first listen! The five track album, Look At Me! releases this Friday, August 25th but you can get the jump on your loser friends and check out the World premiere of the single “Respect’s Earned” below!



DS Exclusive: Hateful Monday (Skate Punk) Premieres “As Far As I Can Remember” From Upcoming Album

Throughout their nineteen year career, this terrific trio from Geneva, Switzerland, has been recognized for their aggressive style of skate punk both in their home country as well as abroad. Their newest album, Unfrightened which is due out on September 15th, reinforces this signature sound with blazing, metal inspired guitar riffs and drums that sound like a chain gun. Prior to the album’s release, the sensational Swedes wanted to give us an exclusive, first listen to prepare us for the onslaught which is to come so, the least you could do is give it a listen! Check out the World premiere of the debut single, “As Far As I Can Remember” below!

Hateful Monday’s last album was Must Be Somewhere which was released in 2013.



Provo Punks Pop Warner Stream EP


Utah beard punks Pop Warner are streaming their new self-titled EP in full, available tomorrow through Hidden Home Records.

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!

You can listen to the EP below. CDs and tapes can be found at Hidden Home’s webstore or purchased from the band directly on their upcoming west coast tour (see dates below).



DS Exclusive: RUSSKAJA (Turbo Polka) Premieres Music Video For “Alive” From New LP

“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



The Riptides (pop-punk) announce new album “Canadian Graffiti”, stream new track “Goodbye Hawaii”

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.



DS Exclusive: The Lungs (Punk) Stream Debut, Self Titled EP

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!