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2000 Trees Festival announces lineup feat. The Wonder Years, Slaves, The Front Bottoms, Beach Slang & more

2000 Trees Festival, a yearly 3 day long alternative music festival, has announce an extended lineup featuring some big names. You can find the full poster below.

The announcement includes Slaves, The Front Bottoms, The Wonder Years, Beach Slang, Gnarwolves, Muncie Girls, Apologies, I Have None, Wars, Petrol Girls, Making Monsters and more. The festival takes place in Cheltenham in England from the 6th of July to the 8th. You can find tickets and pricing info here.



The Dollyrots stream new album “Whiplash Splash”

LA pop punks The Dollyrots release new album “Whiplash Splash” on March 24th. The album is the band’s sixth, funded by a PledgeMusic campaign.

Following the release of advance single “Dance Like A Maniac” earlier this month, the band are now streaming the entire record. You can listen to it over on their website.



The Bigger Empty (Rock) perform “By Its Own (So What)” on Live From The Rock Room

Illinois rock act The Bigger Empty, which features Mike Felumlee of Smoking Popes, recently performed their song “By Its Own (So What)” on Live From The Rock Room.

You can check out the performance below.

“By Its Own (So What)” comes from the bands’ latest EP Lakes & Oceans Vol. 1 : Michigan, which was released on February 24th, 2017 via La Escalera Records.



Pixies add second North American tour leg in support of “Head Carrier”

L-R: Paz Lenchantin, David Lovering, Joey Santiago, Black Francis

With one six-week North American tour run slated to kick off next month, the legendary Pixies have started filling out their dance card for the rest of the year. Specifically, they’ve added a second six-week North American tour, featuring mostly secondary markets that they miss on the first jaunt. The second leg kicks off in New Haven, Connecticut, on September 19th, and runs through October 21st in Las Vegas. Head below for the full, up-to-date rundown of all of this year’s Pixies dates, including their lengthy UK/European run.

Pixies released their their latest album, Head Carrier, last September. It marked their first full-length to feature new bass player Paz Lenchantin, who took over for Kim Deal in late 2013.

 



Video: Meat Wave – “To Be Swayed” Live From The Rock Room

Chicago’s Meat Wave recently stopped by The Rock Room (Illinois live off the floor recording sessions) to record a few songs. Here is a take of their song “To Be Swayed.” This song appears on their upcoming album, The Incessant. You can check the session out below.

The Incessant, which is set to be released on February 17th via SideOneDummy Records.



Have Mercy announce new album “Make The Best Of It,” premiere video for new track “Coexist”

Baltimore rockers Have Mercy have announced a new album, which is titled “Make The Best Of It.” The artwork is to the left, the album is set to be released April 21st.

In addition to this announcement, the band has premiered a music video for the first single from the upcoming album, which is titled “Coexist.” You can watch the video below, as well as see a larger version of the cover art.



Bullet Proof Lovers (Spain) stream four songs from upcoming album

Spanish rock group Bullet Proof Lovers are getting ready to release their new album Shot Through The Heart, and are streaming four songs from the album now.

Give them a listen below.

Shot Through The Heart is set to be released on March 31st via Rum Bar Records.  It will serve as a follow up to their self-titled album released just four months ago in October 2016, also through Rum Bar Records.



Western Daughter (indie punk) streaming new song – “Skinny Water”

Idaho indie-punk group Western Daughter are now streaming another new song off their upcoming album. Listen to “Skinny Water” below.

The track is off the band’s new album, Driftwood Songs, which is due out March 24th via Take This To Heart Records. You can pre-order the release here.

Western Daughter’s previous release was 2015’s As the Sun Went Down.



Meat Wave stream new album “The Incessant”

Chicago’s Meat Wave are streaming their new album The Incessant in its entirety. You can give the full 12-song record a listen below.

The Incessant comes out tomorrow, February 17th through SideOneDummy Records. The album serves as a follow-up to 2015’s Delusion Moon.



“4-way V-Day Split” stream featuring Hundred Acre Woods, Julia Brown, Modern Baseball & Old Gray

Philly folk act The Hundred Acre Woods, Baltimore based pop outfit Julia Brown, Philadelphia’s Modern Baseball and New Hampshire post-hardcore/screamo act Old Gray are streaming a 4-way split via Topshelf Records‘ Bandcamp page. You can listen to it below.

On the release, Cam Boucher of Old Gray had this to say: “With all of our respective bands currently working to promote records of our own, we thought it would be nice to come together and try to use any attention that we’ve recieved as bands to help give back to the community. Thus, on Valentine’s Day of this year, Modern Baseball, Old Gray, Julia Brown, and The Hundred Acre Woods have decided to release a four way digital split, donating any and all proceeds to V-Day, a global charity to end violence against women and girls.



Video: Meat Wave – “Run You Out” Live from The Rock Room

Chicago’s Meat Wave recently stopped by The Rock Room (Illinois live off the floor recording sessions) to record a take of their song “Run You Out.” This song appears on their upcoming album, The Incessant. You can check the session out below.

The Incessant, which is set to be released on February 17th via SideOneDummy Records.



Fat Wreck Chords and Dine Alone team up to release The Dirty Nil’s “Minimum R+B”

Didn’t see this one coming, that’s for sure!

Canadian punk rock trio The Dirty Nil have announced plans for a new release, “Minimum R&B.” It’s comprised of eleven tracks from the band’s back catalog, including one song that’s heretofore never been released. In a cool twist, the album is being released by the mighty Fat Wreck Chords in the States, with The Dirty Nil’s label, Dine Alone Records, taking care of the worldwide release. It’s due out April 28th; pre-orders will be available soon, so stay tuned.

Head below to check out the tracklisting for “Minimum R&B,” plus the full rundown of The Dirty Nil’s upcoming Canadian and European tour dates, alongside bands like The Menzingers, The Flatliners, and Billy Talent.

The Dirty Nil released their debut full length, “Higher Power,” through Dine Alone last year, and released a 7-inch (“Cinnamon”/”Guided By Vices”) on Fat back in 2014!



Meat Wave stream new song “Bad Man” off upcoming album “The Incessant”

Chicago punk trio Meat Wave have released a new song for us all to enjoy! The track is called “Bad Man” and it is, along with the rest of the album, a self-reflection for vocalist/guitarist Christopher Sutter following the slow end to an 11-year relationship.

These emotional times lead Sutter to write some of the best material he has ever laid down and, with the help of legendary engineer Steve Albini, the band has been able to churn out an album that is leagues above anything they have done before. This track is but an indication of the things to come on the rest of the record.

You can listen to the new song here.

The Incessant is set to be released on February 17th via SideOneDummy Records.



AFI release new video for “Aurelia”

AFI continue their epic promotional campaign for new album “AFI (The Blood Album) with a video for “Aurelia”. The album was released January 20th. 

You can watch the video below.



Potty Mouth (pop punk, Massachusetts) announce headline tour with Partybaby and Tennis System

Pop punk trio Potty Mouth are hitting the road with Partybaby and Tennis System this February. The tour will take the three bands across North America, visiting a healthy selection of States on the way. Check out the full list of dates on the larger tour poster below.

Potty Mouth are currently recording another full length album. Their latest release was the 2016 effort Smash Hit.