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Frank White streams “Blood & Bone and Other Unreleased Shit”

Detroit, Michigan’s gravelcore-punk act Frank White have just released “Blood & Bone and Other Unreleased Shit,” which features some unreleased tracks from the band as well as the previously released track “Blood & Bone.” It’s currently at a “name your own price download” below.

Frank White has just returned from a 2 year hiatus and promises a new release in the springtime.



Hot Water Music announce pay-what-you-can Stageit show

Hot Water Music, as you’re most likely aware, are getting ready to embark on a short run of East Coast US tour dates this month. While in New York on December 14th, the band have announced plans to play a half-hour, ‘pay-what-you-can’ concert that’ll be available for live streaming on Stageit. Click here to check out details and secure your spot.

Hot Water Music’s latest studio album, “Exister,” was released last year via Rise Records.



Hot Water Music announce Northeastern holiday shows

Gainesville, Florida punk rockers Hot Water Music have just announced a short string of holiday shows taking place in the Northeast, featuring support from Torche and O Brother. Check the dates out here.

Hot Water Music released their last studio album Exister in May 2012 on Rise Records.



Full Album Stream: Totally Slow – “Totally Slow”

North Carolina self described “garage Rock surf punk rock jazz hands casserole” group Totally Slow will be releasing their debut self titled album soon.

You can check out for yourself right here.



The Marine Electric announce break up

The Marine Electric have decided to call it quits after 7 years. The band has released the following statement:

“After seven years of touring, recording, partying, and prolonging the dream of endless youth, the Marine Electric are calling it quits and moving on. Playing in this band has been nothing short of a dream manifested into reality via the hard work and dedication of four true friends. To see the places we have seen and meet the absolutely inspiring people we have met has been an opportunity and a privilege that we will remain thankful for forever. These were the wildest times of our lives and through all the ups and downs we can safely say we regret nothing (at least nothing we will mention). The memories and stories will be kicked around at bars and in backyards long into our declining years and our music will always stand as a living relic of this period. Big/huge/gigantic thank you to everyone who put us on shows, put us up in their homes, and put up with us in general. I guess all that’s left to say is that although this project is over, the members of M.E. will remain active in music and will always remain best friends. Come to our final shows Friday the 27th at Suburbia in Brooklyn and Saturday the 28th at The Golden Tee House in Philly so we can get over this shit and move on with our goddamn lives.

Love,

Marine Electric”

You can check out the dates for their final shows here.

The band last released a split January 2nd.



Hot Water Music to release special IPA in September

Hot Water Music will release a special IPA (India Pale Ale)  in September via HDM Brewing Company. The Hop Water Music IPA will contain 6.8% alcohol.

You can check out a teaser for the ale here.

Update: It appears the band is not involved with this and that is just inspired by them.



DS Interview: Jason Black on The Draft reuniting, what’s up with Hot Water Music and more

If you read Dying Scene regularly, it’s safe to assume that you don’t live in a cave. As such, it’s probably redundant to tell you that The Draft are back. But hell with it…The Draft are back! Comprised of the three less-beardy quarters of the seminal band Hot Water Music, The Draft have plugged Addison Gilbert (The Ship Thieves) into the lineup and are hitting the road for their first tour dates in five years. We caught up with bassist Jason Black amidst a Northeast heat wave for a chat about what prompted the band’s return, what’s going on in the HWM camp, and how the industry has changed for ‘working musicians’ over the last twenty years. Click here to check it out.



The Draft drafts Cheap Girls and Luther for upcoming tour

The Draft announced today (via Hot Water Music’s Facebook) that they have enlisted Cheap Girls and Luther to act as supporting acts for their upcoming US East Coast tour. These bands are in addition to the previously announced opening acts for select dates including Tim Barry, Cory Branan, and Des Ark.

You can check out all the dates here.

The Draft released their only album, In a Million Pieces, in 2006 on Epitaph Records.



Small Brown Bike stream “Recollected”

Small Brown Bike, a Michigan gravelcore band, have released a new double LP, “Recollected”.  The albums are a collection of songs taken from their splits, as well as a couple covers and live recordings. “Recollected” is being released on band member Travis Dopp’s label Old Point Light.

You can listen to it here.



Chuck Ragan (Hot Water Music) talks Exister, first break-up, uncertain future

Chuck Ragan of venerable punk act Hot Water Music recently sat down with Exclaim! for a video interview, in which he talks about the band’s latest album, Exister, the band’s first break-up, and their uncertain future.

You can see it by clicking here.

Hot Water Music released Exister in May 2012 on Rise Records.



The Draft announce east coast tour

Florida punks The Draft have announced their first tour in 5 years, this summer on the east coast. The band, featuring 3/4 of Hot Water Music, will be touring alongside Tim Barry, Cory Branan, and Des Ark on some dates.

You can click here to see the dates.

The Draft released their only album, In a Million Pieces, in 2006 on Epitaph Records.



Small Brown Bike stream “My Unanswered Whys” off upcoming rarities comp “Recollected”

Small Brown Bike will release a rarities compilation entitled “Recollected” on May 28th and and will be featuring band memorabilia, the remastered release of the album “Collection” as well as eleven unreleased tracks.

You can stream “My Unanswered Whys” here.

The song originally appeared on a limited split with Cursive in 2001. The band’s last album, “Fell and Found” was released April 2011 on No Idea Records.



Cheap Girls and Make Do and Mend announce co-headlining tour

Cheap Girls and Make Do and Mend have announced a co-headlining tour with support from Diamond Youth. The tour kicks off May 17 and carries through the middle of June. Check out the dates here.

 

 



Make Do And Mend post video for acoustic version of “Insomniac Jams”

Hartford, CT punks Make Do and Mend have released an acoustic video of “Insomniac Jams” off their 2010 ep “We’re all Just Living”.

Click here to watch the video.

Make Do And Mend put out their latest album ‘Everything You Ever Loved’ last year on Rise Records.



Small Brown Bike to release “Recollected” box set

Small Brown Bike have just announced details on their upcoming “Recollected” box set. “Recollected” will be released on May 7th and will be featuring band memorabilia, the remastered release of the album “Collection” as well as eleven unreleased tracks.

You can check out the tracklisting here. The band’s last album, “Fell and Found” was released April 2011 on No Idea Records.