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The Bronx streaming new album “V”

The Bronx‘s new album V was released today through ATO Records, and is now available to stream. You can listen to the album in its entirety below.

This is the band’s first LP in four years, following 2013’s IV.



Mannequin Pussy premiere video for “Emotional High”

Philadelphia’s Mannequin Pussy have premiered a new video for “Emotional High.” The song is off their album “Romantic,” released in 2016 on Tiny Engines.

If you’re a fan of folks having a good time (and who isn’t? What are you, some kind of fucking monster?), check out the video below!



Too Close to Touch release new song “Leave You Lonely”

Too Close to Touch have released a new single “Leave You Lonely.” You can check out the song below. If you’re a fan of videos of nothing but title cards, you’ll love this!



Goldblume (Emo/Rock, UK) to release new single “Fawning”

Cambridge, UK emotional trio Goldblume are to release something new on hometown label Aaahh!! Real Records this week. They are to release a two song single, “Fawning”, this Friday (with the download including a B-side acoustic track, “Tomorrow”). The single is the follow up to January’s EP  “Go Figure“.

The band tour the single throughout the Fall – full details below.



Music Video: The Bronx – “Two Birds”

The Bronx have released a music video for their recent single “Two Birds”, taken from their upcoming album V. You can watch the video below.

is set to be released on September 22nd via ATO Records.



The Urge release first song in 4 years “How Does It Feel”

Alternative/ska/reggae/punk rockers The Urge have released their first song in four years “How Does It Feel”, and it’s available for purchase/streaming on iTunes, Amazon.com and Google Play.

Whether “How Does It Feel” will serve as a one-off single, or appear on the next Urge album, which will be their first since 2013’s Galvanized, is unknown, but we’ll keep you posted as more details come to light.



Kicked In The Head announce first shows in over a decade!

Although a couple of us in the Dying Scene circle have been preaching the virtues of the burgeoning music scene in the Boston area for the last handful of years, you have to rewind the tape nearly twenty years to the explosion of the Mighty Mighty Bosstones to get to a time where there was a sizable Bay State presence thriving on a larger level.

One of those local bands that had made a bit of a name for themselves over a career that spanned a dozen years was Kicked In The Head. They put out a couple studio albums, they toured a bunch (especially on the East Coast) and then, like so many other bands before and since, they were gone.

Until now! The four piece have announced plans for not one, but two hometown shows. They’ll take place on back-to-back nights (November 10th and 11th) at Great Scott in Boston’s Allston neighborhood, and they mark the band’s first shows in twelve years. Check out details and ticket information here!



New Music: The Moms stream two tracks from upcoming full length, “Doing Asbestos We Can”

Brand new music from New Jersey’s The Moms to kick off your weekend. The three-piece rock outfit have announced that they’re putting out a brand new full length album, Doing Asbestos We Can, next month via their new label home (Bar/None Records). It’s slated for release on October 13th, but you can check out the brand new tracks “Soup Song” and “Fortunate Former” on Spotify now to whet your appetite.

Pre-orders for Doing Asbestos We Can are available here. The album serves as follow-up to their debut full-length, Buy American, which came out in 2014 on Paper + Plastick.



Angels & Airwaves release ‘We Don’t Need To Whisper’ acoustic EP

Calling all Angels & Airwaves fans. The band formed around former Blink 182 front-joker Tom DeLonge recently released an acoustic EP. ‘We Don’t Need To Whisper’ is a collection of stripped-down arrangements of four formerly released fan favorites. You can head to Delonge’s To The Stars website to download the whole thing immediately or to your favourite streaming favourites to give it a play first.

The band has also released a lyric video for “The Adventure,” which features rare studio footage circa 2005-2006 during the We Don’t Need To Whisper sessions. Head down below to give it a play.

About ‘We Don’t Need To Whisper’ DeLonge had this to say: “It’s been about a year since we put out new music and I wanted to give the fans something while the band works on the soundtrack to the upcoming Strange Times film. Being in the studio brought back memories of AVA’s first album and I thought it’d be fun to reimagine those tracks and play around with the arrangements a bit. It’s the first time we’ve ever put out an all-acoustic release and it’s great to be able to do it with these songs, which are all pretty special to me.”



Satellites (Pop punk) stream new track ‘Thread’

Australian pop punkers Satellites have released a brand new song. ‘Thread’ is the first track from the band’s upcoming EP ‘Black Dog’, which will be out September 29th.

Head down below to give ‘Thread’ a spin.



Weezer announce new album ‘Pacific Daydream’, stream new track ‘Mexican Fender’

Los Angeles rock icons Weezer dropped some big news bombs on us today. By starters they announced a brand new album called ‘Pacific Daydream’ which will come out October 27th. Fans can already start pre-ordering right here.

The album news came accompanied by a brand new single. ‘Mexican Fender‘ came out just in time to become your feel good hit of the Summer. Listen to it below or download it right here.

The band last released Weezer (also known as the ‘White Album’) on April 1, 2016.



The Vansaders (Punk) stream ep “No Matter What”


Asbury Park, NJ has a strong punk legacy, and The Vansaders are another strong chapter in that story. The band is streaming their new EP No Matter What. Check it out here.

Produced by Bouncing Souls guitarist Pete Steinkopf, the EP showcases the variety of the four piece – ranging from a more mellow vibe on “Handshakes and Pity” to the bouncing punk rock of “So Far Away”.

The 5 track EP is the 3rd release from The Vansaders, with their last EP This Time Around released last August.



Jesse Michaels (Operation Ivy, Common Rider) starts poetry blog

Jesse Michaels, former front-man of seminal ska/punk band Operation Ivy and current musician, painter and artist has added a new enterprise to his resume: poet.

The underground jack-of-all-trades has recently started a blog featuring his poetry, called Hits of Acid.

I wish this report was about a reunion of Op Ivy, but until that comes to fruition, we can enjoy Michaels’ nuanced, slightly psychedelic prose-based poetry.



Attic Salt (Rock) sign to Dodgeball Records

Springfield, IL rock band Attic Salt has signed to Dodgeball Records. The label will release the band’s debut album on October 20th. Details on the album as well as a song release will be announced soon.

In the meantime you can listen to “Hometown” below; which was the band’s last release back in October 2016.



Music Video: Too Close to Touch – “The Art of Eye Contact”

Kentucky rockers Too Close to Touch have released a music video for the song “The Art of Eye Contact”, and you can give it a watch below.

“The Art of Eye Contact” is taken from the band’s latest album Haven’t Been Myself, which was released last year via Epitaph.