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The Nerv release teaser trailer for upcoming EP

San Francisco female-fronted punk group The Nerv have just released a teaser trailer for their upcoming EP.  You can check out the trailer below.

The new album is being recorded at Faultline Studios and will feature Andy Galeon on drums.

The Horny Bitches (punk) stream new album, announce European tour dates

Montreal punk group The Horny Bitches are currently streaming their new album Heart N Guts in its entirety.  The band has also announced some European tour dates in support of the new album.

Give the album a listen and check out when and where they will be playing below.

Heart N Guts was released on June 6th, 2014.

The Objex stream new EP “Super Charged Little Nova”

Las Vegas female fronted punk ‘n rollers The Objex are streaming their new EP “Super Charged Little Nova” right here. The band shared the stage with Descendents, Face to Face, The Adicts and more at Punk Rock Bowling today.

Cayetana to release debut LP “Nervous Like Me” via Tiny Engines

Philadelphia indie-punk trio Cayetana have just announced details for their upcoming LP. “Nervous Like Me” will be released this coming August via Tiny Engines. Check out the tracklisting below.

The band last released the 7″ “Hot Dad Calender” back in February. Cayetana will soon be supporting The Menzingers on their upcoming “Rented World” tour; check the dates out below.

Lilith (Arizona feminist punk) announce tour dates

Self-proclaimed Phoenix, Arizona-based “feminist punk” act Lilith have been are set to hit the road in the next coming days.

You can find out when they will be entering your neck of the woods by clicking here.

The band recently signed to 6131 Records, and are streaming their “Bloom” demo EP.

Lilith (Arizona feminist doom punk) sign to 6131 Records, stream “Doom” demo EP

Self-proclaimed Phoenix, Arizona-based “feminist doom punk” act Lilith have been revealed as the latest signing to the 6131 Records roster. The five-piece apparently won the label over with their “awe-inspiring demo” entitled “Doom,” which offers “music that is so refreshingly honest and scathing it’s hard not to pay attention.”

As a bonus, you can stream the “Doom” demo EP here, or download it for a “name-your-price” amount. We’ll keep you posted as Lilith’s debut 6131 Records release is announced.

Blast From The Past: Tsunami Bomb live DVD – “The Show Must Go Off!”

Remember Tsunami Bomb?  They were one of the best female fronted punk acts in the late 90’s/early 2000’s.  In 2004 they released their last album “The Definitive Act” on Kung Fu Records and a year later put out a DVD entitled “The Show Must Go Off!” also put out on Kung Fu.  It looks like the band saw fit to upload said DVD to youtube so today we’re streaming the entire thing below.

City Mouse (pop punk) announce U.S. summer tour

California pop-punk group City Mouse are hitting the road this summer for a tour that covers pretty much the entire United States. Check out the list of dates/locations below.

The band also recently announced more new music is on the way, saying on their Facebook page, “Splits, full length, newness… All in the works.”

City Mouse’s last release was a split with Weekend Dads, which came out October 31, 2013, on It’s Alive Records.

Damn Mondays (female fronted punk) stream new EP “Losing Years”

Salzberg female fronted punk act Damn Mondays have released their brand new EP titled “Losing Years” and are streaming it in its entirety below.

“Losing Years” is a follow up to their 2 song EP “Hit It Till It Works” released last September.

The Coathangers premiere new video for “Follow Me”

ATL punky-indie-garage-rockers The Coathangers have premiered a new video for their song “Follow Me.”

You can watch the video below.

The track is off their latest album, Suck My Shirt, which came out earlier this year on Suicide Squeeze Records.

Album Review: Cayetana – “Hot Dad Calendar”

Last time I took in Cayetana‘s demo, I felt like the Philly trio needed a label that would help them explore further the potential they possess. Lo and behold, Tiny Engines takes the rein and in just two songs, Cayetana show just why they have fans clamoring for a full-length, like now.

Guitarist/vocalist Augusta Koch’s jangly voice works wonders in their sound and “Hot Dad Calendar” feels like an indie, coming-of-age tune as the lyrics point out. ‘Kid, you’ll be OK / You get better with age / I know you really wanna make it out alive’ touches on the open imagination and sentimentality of the band with their sprawling chorus and chill, twinkly breakdowns. The melody rides a shoegaze vibe at times but it sticks as an offspring of their punk essence with a heavy, rolling bassline. The raw, thumping and imperfect tone is indeed worthwhile.

“Ella” feels much more relaxed and assured yet it isn’t as hard-hitting as the opener. There’s a quiet strumming that builds to a more rough, grainy sound that doesn’t come off as mastered at all, but once more the indie-punk aspect of the band is played up. Their style feels organic on top of memorable vocals, affecting lyrics and a steady set of spiky drums. These all showcase a remarkable and poppy chemistry that’s all-inclusive, especially in genres of indie and folk. It’s less punk than what I expected but it’s unflinching and beautiful, and I’ll be hammering with this come summer as I head to the beach.

3.5/5 Stars

Nadia and Masha (previously imprisoned members) given the boot by Pussy Riot collective

Huh.  This is sorta interesting.  Last week, anonymous members of the Pussy Riot collective issued an open letter addressing their concern over the seemingly divergent ideals of members Nadia Tolokonnikova and Masha Alyokhina from the collective’s original focus: “feminism, separatist resistance, and the fight against authoritarianism.”  Naida and Masha, of course, were 2 of the 3 Pussy Riot members that brought the collective world wide attention after their incarceration for their involvement with the group.

You can read the statement from Pussy Riot below.

Alyokhina and Tolokonnikova were recently interviewed by Stephen Colbert.  If you missed them on the Colbert Report, you can watch the interview over here.

VERSA (formerly VersaEmerge) stream new EP, “Neon”

VERSA (formerly VersaEmerge) have finally released what I guess we’re calling their debut EP, “Neon.” It’ll be available for purchase at iTunes any day now, but for the time being, it’s available for ‘pay-what-you-want’ download right here. Or, if you’re so inclined, you can stream the three-song release below.

The band’s last album as VersaEmerge, Fixed at Zero, was released in 2010 on Fueled By Ramen.

New music video from Cayetana (indie punk) – “Hot Dad Calendar”

Philadelphia indie-punk trio Cayetana have a new video for their song, “Hot Dad Calendar.” Check it out below.

The song is the title track off the band’s latest EP, which is due out on February 4th via Tiny Engines.

You can stream the EP right here, or pre-order it on limited-edition vinyl right here.

New Song: The Homewreckers – “Baby, I Can See Your Halo”

New York punk outfit The Homewreckers have released a brand new song titled “Baby, I Can See Your Halo”. The track will appear on the band’s upcoming album I Statements.

You can check out the song below. If you dig it, it’s available to download for whatever price you’d like.

The Homewreckers will release I Statements later this year (in February, if the release date on their bandcamp page is accurate).