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MxPx release lyric video for new song “They” offer it as free download

Out of seemingly nowhere Bremerton pop-punk veterans MxPx just released a brand new song called “They” and are offering it up as a free download on their website.

Not much fanfare or explanation from the band about the release. Just a simple message on their site stating:

“Times are tough for many. But music still can heal. Here’s something new…”

Check out the lyric video for “They” below.

This is the second semi quiet release the band has done as of late. MxPx released a new, re-recorded version of their iconic 1996 album Life in General in September. The only mention the band made of the release was in one post on their Facebook page.

MxPx’s latest album Plans Within Plans came out in 2012.

Free music: Run For Cover records making all music “pay what you want” for the weekend

“In light of recent events,” Boston record label Run For Cover Records is now making it’s entire Bandcamp catalog available for free/name your price download, for this weekend only. Check it all out over here.

There’s quite a lot of music available to download, including albums from Modern Baseball, Tigers Jaw, Hostage Calm, Man Overboard, Self Defense Family, and Pity Sex, just to name a few.

For money earned through Sunday, the label will give 100% of the proceeds to Planned Parenthood. Not only that, but they’ll also match the donations up to $5,000.

Free Download: Jack’s Smirking Revenge release new song “Queen Pity of the Plains”

Colorado punks Jack’s Smirking Revenge have released a new song titled “Queen Pity of the Plains.” You can give the track a listen below, and download it for free on their Bandcamp page.

This song is taken from the band’s upcoming split EP with Blue Lane Frontier, which comes out this Sunday, November 13th.

Manchester Punk Fest releases free compilation (Belvedere, Faintest Idea & more)

The organizers of Manchester Punk Festival have released a free compilation to hype up the 2017 installment of the British punk festival. The comp features songs by some of the bands playing the fest, including Belvedere, The Living Daylights, Faintest Idea, Larrakia, and more.

You can listen to the compilation below, and download it for free on Bandcamp.

Manchester Punk Festival takes place April 20-22 in Manchester, England. For additional information, tickets, etc., check out the festival website.

Mickey Rickshaw (Celtic Punk) stream new EP “Wild Atlantic”

Boston celtic punk act Mickey Rickshaw have released a new EP called Wild Atlantic.

You can listen to the whole thing below.  If you like what you hear, the band is offering the whole thing as a pay what you want download.

Wild Atlantic was released on October 26th, 2017.

Dirty Fonzy stream new EP “Dirty Fiasco”

French punk rockers Dirty Fonzy are streaming their new EP Dirty Fiasco in is entirety.

You can listen to it below.  If you like what you hear, you can get the whole thing as a pay what you want download.

Dirty Fiasco was released on October 24th, 2016.

Sunny On The Causeway (Pennsylvania) and Tony And The Valentines release Halloween split “Hallow Day”

Pennsylvania pop-punk outfit Sunny On The Causeway have teamed up with Tony And The Valentines to release “Hallow Day”, an homage to all things Halloween. The split features two tracks from each band and is available to enjoy below and download for free over at bandcamp.

Soundeep (melodic hardcore, Italy) allow fans to stream new EP “The Shades of All Your Eyes” for free

Italian melodic hardcore act, Soundeep, have allowed fans to stream their debut EP for free. The newcomers six track release, “The Shades of All Your Eyes” has been released on Duff Records and should excite fans of Rise Against  or Useless ID.

You can enjoy “The Shades of All Your Eyes” in its entirety below.

Free music: Dan Cribb releases first song from Simpsons tribute album

Dan Cribb (Dan Cribb & The Isolated, former frontman of The Decline) is kicking off a new project for you fans of The Simpsons. He just released the first song in a monthly tribute series to the iconic animated show. Listen to and/or download “Flaming Moe’s” below.

As part of the eventual LP, Worst Tribute Ever, Cribb plans to release a new track each month for the next year, enlisting the help of a guest vocalist for each song. For this debut track, it was fellow Australian singer/songwriter Alex Lahey.

Other prominent artists are already lined up to contribute to punk rock versions of “Monorail,” “Who Needs The Kwik-E Mart,” and more. Each song will be released on Cribb’s Bandcamp page, which you can find right here.

Apparently he’s a big fan of TV comedies, as the latest music from his band, Dan Cribb & The Isolated includes a cover of “5,000 Candles In The Wind,” from Parks & Recreation band Mouse Rat (RIP Li’l Sebastian).

Spanish Love Songs release free b-sides & demos compilation “Little Giants”

Los Angeles’ Spanish Love Songs have released a compilation of b-sides and demos titled Little Giants. You can give it a listen below, and download it for free on their Bandcamp page.

The band’s debut album Giant Sings The Blues was released in 2015 through Wiretap Records.

Loser Points (punk) stream new album “Does Loser Points Come Here Often?” (free download)

Alberta, Canada’s Loser Points, comprised of members of Chimp Change and Booze Cruise, just released their new full-length album “Does Loser Points Come Here Often?”. The release packs in 12 songs in just over 15 minutes and you can stream the entire thing below.

The album follows their debut EP called “Buncha Bangers” released just last March. If you dig it you can download it for free on bandcamp.

DS Exclusive: Bundles and Dan Webb + The Spiders stream upcoming split 12-inch

Dying Scene is beyond stoked to bring you the premier of the upcoming 12-inch split from two of Boston’s sincerely raddest bands, Bundles and Dan Webb and the Spiders. On a totally personal level, I had the unique privilege of catching both of these bands live in support roles before I was familiar with their recorded music, and was legitimately blown away by both, so allow me to introduce you if you’re not familiar.

Bundles are a three-piece post-hardcore (I guess…) band who, as I wrote about when I first saw them, played with such earnestness and voracity that they had plowed full throttle through their setlist and damn near ran out of songs before they ran out of time. They were one of the first new bands in seemingly forever that made me stop and actively pay closer attention than normal because I hadn’t quite seen or heard something like them in a good long while.

Speaking of which… Dan Webb and the Spiders are a four-piece that grew out of a one-man project. I was admittedly a little behind the eight-ball on these guys, as there’s long been a lot of local buzz surrounding them from people in the know. They’re another one of those bands that grabs you by the scruff of the neck and forces you to pay attention, with a sound that owes more than a little bit of inspiration to the heyday of punk-infused ’90’s garage rock.

The 12-inch split is due out tomorrow (October 18th) on Gunner Records, and marks that label’s first-ever dedicated USA-based release. Stream the album in full below, and follow the link here to pre-order physical or digital copies! If you’re in the Boston area, come hang out at O’Brien’s in Allston tomorrow night for the record release show!

Free Music: Unemployed 7″ (split with Moonraker, Not Half Bad, Thirty Helens, The Filthy Radicals)

The fine folks at Synicalist Records are giving you the chance to get your grubby little hands on some free music, with the new Unemployed 7″. Listen and/or download the release for free/name your price below.

The split features tracks from Texas punks Not Half Bad, Santa Clarita punk act Moonraker, Thirty Helens, and The Filthy Radicals.

If physical copies are more your thing, you can order the split on vinyl right here.

Pardon Us (pop punk) stream new EP “Fumin'”

Liverpool, UK pop punk act Pardon Us are streaming their new EP Fumin’.

Give it a listen below.  If you like what you hear, the band is offering the whole thing as a pay what you want download.

Fumin’ was released on October 8th, 2016.

Piffbreak Arcade stream new EP “Nine Lives”

Toronto punkers Piffbreak Arcade are streaming their new Halloween EP Nine Lives.

You can give it a listen below.  If you like what you hear, the band is offering the whole thing as a pay what you want download.

Nine Lives was released on October 6th, 2016.