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Tiny Moving Parts announce new album “Swell”

Minnesota emo band Tiny Moving Parts have announced that they will be releasing a brand new album called Swell on January 26th. The announcement comes hot off the heels of the brand new single and first track off of the album, “Caution”, which they premiered a video for last week.

Pre-orders for the album are currently available here. Stay tuned as more details regarding the record come to light.

Swell will serve as a follow-up to 2016s Celebrate, both released through Triple Crown Records.



Reconstitute (Punk) stream “Repeal and Replace”

Punk act, Reconstitute, are releasing a self tiled album December 8th via Crass Lips Records,  and are streaming “Repeal & Replace. Give it a listen below.

The band had this to say about the album:  “On November 7th, 2016, the world changed for the worse… This is our response. A percentage of proceeds from the sales of this tape will benefit ICAN, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.”



Off The Yard (folk) streaming new album “Empty Spot”

Lyon folksters Off The Yard are streaming their latest release “Empty Spot”. The album features some very melodic folk tunes, and has a very toe tapping rhythm.

Give in to your inner hipster and check it out here.

The new release is the second from Off The Yard, the first being the 2016 release of “We Say We Don’t Care But We Do”. If you enjoy Bad Astronaut or Toh Kay these guys kind of fall in the middle so be sure to give them a listen.



Negative Space (post-punk) streaming new album “Gestalt”

UK post-punks Negative Space are streaming their new album “Gestalt”. The guitar riff heavy new album was released on December 8th through Drunken Sailor Records.

You can give it a listen below.

“Gestalt” is the third release from Negative Space the first since 2016’s “7””. If you enjoy the chaos of Tom Waits or Public Image Ltd. you might enjoy these guys.



Thumbhole Records release “Tracks You Might Have Missed v2” compilation

Reading, UK’s Thumbhole Records are releasing a new, 30 song compilation. “Tracks You Might Have Missed v2” is the result of a campaign for bands to submit music from around the world, which saw 500 artists send them music.

The resulting compilation is available from Bandcamp now – you have a listen and see the tracklisting below.



Melodic Punk Style to reissue “Greatest Hits” by Steve And The Alcoholics

Melodic Punk Style are reissuing “Greatest Hits” by Swedish punks Steve and the Alcoholics on December 15th. The original 7 song release has been given the deluxe treatment, with 3 extra songs and 4 hidden tracks added.

The album is being released digitally and on CD, with pre-orders up now.



Bike Notes (Melodic Punk, UK) Stream Debut EP “Sun Dance”

Edinburgh’s Bike Notes are allowing fans to stream their debut EP for free. The record is titled Sun Dance and features four tracks of soaring melodies from members of The Murderburgers, The Walking Targets, and Oh My Days. Record label Struck Dum are handling the release for the band.

You can check out Sun Dance in all its glory below. Enjoy!



Lake Effect (Hardcore, MI) Stream “Misguided Youth” From Forthcoming Album “Solitude”

Michigan’s Lake Effect are allowing listeners to stream their first material off a forthcoming record called Solitude. The full release is expected to be some time in the first part of 2018 although a firm date is yet to be set.

The track chosen to tease the new album is titled “Misguided Youth” and is available to listen to below.



BRAINCOATS (Punk ‘n’ Roll, Sweden) Stream Album “12 Reasons for Self-Medication”

Sweden’s BRAINCOATS are allowing fans to stream all of their second full-length, 12 Reasons for Self-Medication. As the title suggests, there are twelve tracks on the release, with echoes of Alkaline Trio, Tom Petty, and The Gaslight Anthem. The previous effort from the band was their 2015, self-titled EP.

Check out 12 Reasons for Self-Medication below.



American Space Monkey (hardcore, Canada) Announce “Crash Landing” EP and Stream Track From It

Vancouver’s American Space Monkey have announced that their next EP will be released on New Year’s Eve 2017. The record will be titled Crash Landing and will feature six tracks of the band’s signature abrasive sound.

Fans of American Space Monkey will be delighted to learn that they needn’t wait for the end of the month to hear something new from the band though. For now, they can listen to opening track “Fuck” from Crash Landing below.



Joe Koontz (ex-Against All Authority) Launches New Label

Joe Koontz of veteran punk band Against All Authority recently announced the launch of his new label, A Jam Records. Based out of Florida, A Jam Records is an independent record label devoted to artistry, music, and fans. They are starting to put out new releases this week from Radio89 and Koontz’s new project MC1.

You can check the label out and keep up with its activities here.

Stay tuned during the upcoming weeks look for more from A Jam Records.

 



Little Baby Sharks (Bristol, UK) releasing debut EP this weekend

Little Baby Sharks are releasing their debut EP this Saturday, December 2nd via Invisible Llama Music. You can preorder the, ugh, cassette at Invisible Llama’s shop.

In the mean time, check out the video for their first single, “Moon Hacks,” below!



Dead Neck (UK) and ActionMen (Italy) Announce Split Record “Defections” and Japan Tour

Two absolute staples of the European skate punk scene are teaming up and heading out to Japan for a short run of tour dates. Avant-garde, Italian four-piece ActionMen will be joined for the stint of five shows by the UK’s Dead Neck. You can check out all the dates, and venue details on the official tour poster below.

In addition, the two bands have announced that they’ll be releasing a split record together. Entitled Defections, the date it’s expected to drop is still unknown for now. However, a source from one of the bands estimates that it’ll be during the first months of 2018. Of course, we’ll bring you further details as they become available.



United Teachers of Music (thrash) streaming unreleased song “The Epoch of Love & Violence”

Minneapolis natives United Teachers of Music are streaming an unreleased track entitled “The Epoch of Love & Violence”. The song originally destined for a Pabst Blue Ribbon mixtape was never released, in fact neither was the album.

You can check out the rad new song below.

The new song is the first new music from the United Teachers of Music since “The Dreams of Beast Must Die” released November 4th. If you enjoy 88 Fingers Louie you have to listen to these guys.



My Space Invaders (punk) streaming new album “Dogs ‘n’ Pigs”

Italian punks My Space Invaders have taken a page out of the Nofx playbook and recorded a pretty slick one track album. It’s no “Decline”, but it was released on the same day eighteen years later, pretty awesome none the less.

You can check it out below.

“Dogs ‘n’ Pigs” is the third album from My Space Invaders, the first since the 2014 release of “No Money, No Fun”. If you like Lagwagon or Nofx give these guys a listen.