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Timeshares release new EP “On Life Support” for name-your-price

Timeshares have released “On Life Support,” their first record since 2015’s “Already Dead.”

The band assures us that the title of the EP is not a reflection of the band’s status, but a commentary on the straight white male world feeling fear for the first time.

Check out the EP in the stream below, and head to bandcamp to give Timeshares your money and get more details on what the songs are about.



Breakin’ Even Fest announces lineup (Loud Boyz, Iron Chic, Timeshares, etc)

Breakin’ Even Fest has finalized their lineup for the 2-Day DC music festival happening at Songbyrd DC March 4 & 5.

March 4 (Day 1) will be headlined by Loud Boyz who have gained popularity in DC for their combination of punk, hardcore and garage rock, which Vice’s Noisey describes as “the kind of music meant to be blared from the rooftops.”

March 5 (Day 2) is closed out by an amazing trifecta of Iron Chic (Bridge 9), Timeshares (SideOneDummy) and Slingshot Dakota who just announced their new full length “Break” coming out on Topshelf Records.

Other acts performing include Lilac Daze, releasing a new album in 2016 via The Black Numbers. Curse Words, who recently completed recording with Don Zientara, widely known for his work with Fugazi, Minor Threat, Dag Nasty & More @ Inner Ear Studios. American Television, who is headed to Developing Nations to record their 2nd EP with Kevin Bernsten at the end of January.

The full lineup and pre-sale info can be found below.

Additional information and ticket options can be found on the fest’s website.



Timeshares and Signals Midwest announce co-headlining US tour

New York punk rockers Timeshares have announced that they will be embarking on a lengthy west coast tour of the US with Ohio’s Signals Midwest. The tour will get it’s start on October 2nd, 2015 in Milwaukee and will meet it’s end in Florida at The Fest. You can check out a full list of dates and locations below. Tickets on sale now.

Timeshares released their sophomore album Already Dead this past April as a follow-up to their 2011 full-length Bearable, both released through SideOneDummy Records. Signals Midwest’s most recent album Light On The Lake was released October 22,2013 via Tiny Engines.



Timeshares announce summer tour dates

New York punks Timeshares have just announced a string of summer tour dates. Check them out below.

Timeshares last released their most recent album “Already Dead” in May 2015 via SideOneDummy Records.



Album Review: Timeshares – “Already Dead”

In 2010, my (now defunct) band Bizarro Me played a show opening for Timeshares at a venue dubbed “Fort Smiles” in the quiet college town of New Paltz, NY. It was a fun time, and it was notable for being Bizarro Me’s first show where we had demos to hand out. One of the dudes from Timeshares got his hands on one of those demos, and, according to Bizarro Me’s drummer, had some less-than-nice words to say about my guitar tone and my ability to tune. (For the record, my guitar was tuned properly. I was just dumb and played the completely wrong chord progression on one song.) I decided then and there to never listen to Timeshares again. And I never did.

At least until I put on Already Dead. And damn… who needs to hold on to high school-esque grudges when you could be listening to albums like this?

Timeshares’ debut album, Bearable, was compared to Latterman on several occasions and for good reason: the shouted vocals were very bearish and there was an explosive quality to the song structures. On Already Dead, Timeshares expands upon that groundwork, adding in new elements and sounds, and in the process they come off as more seasoned and well-traveled. Early press releases have thrown Lucero’s name into the mix, but while Already Dead gets twangy as times, it’s not exactly cowpunk, and there are still plenty of gruff pop punk hooks. One thing is for sure: this is a confident record, with tight musicianship and lyrics that take a more personal approach.

“Stateline to Stateline” starts the album off on a semi-mellow note, helping to introduce the sonic shift to listeners, before kicking things up a notch with track two, “Tail Light.” That aforementioned guitar twang is there, but this time it’s backed up to the brim with some good old fashioned punk energy. These two songs kind of act as a guide of what to expect for the rest of the album: a laid-back vibe from tunes like lead singles “The Bad Parts” and “Spend the Night” interspersed with heavy hitting tracks like “Heavy Hangs,” “(Corner of) Park and Park,” and “Sister.” It might not be the first album to meld these kinds of sounds together, but that doesn’t stop it from being any less fun to listen to.

Releasing an album that deviates from a previously established sound can be tricky for artists, especially when it comes to playing punk rock (put us into large groups and we’re a fickle bunch, don’t deny it). Luckily for Timeshares, their back discography isn’t very extensive, so releasing an album like Already Dead can’t be seen as changing their sound so much as it should be seen as them defining it. Timeshares have grown in numerous ways, and Already Dead deserves the attention of everyone. Even that of people they may have insulted years ago.

4 / 5

RIYL: The Draft, The Replacements, Bangers



Timeshares stream new full-length album “Already Dead”

New York punks Timeshares are streaming their entire new album, “Already Dead”, which you can check out here.

The band’s second full-length album will be physically released on May 28 through SideOneDummy Records. Beginning in early May, Timeshares will be setting out on a headlining European tour with an additional two weeks supporting Astpai. They’ll also make a stop at Belgium’s longstanding punk festival, Groezrock. Check out a full list of dates and locations below.

Timeshares’ debut album “Bearable” was released in 2011 through Kind of Like Records and Kiss of Death Records.



New Music: Timeshares – “Heavy Hangs” off upcoming album “Already Dead”

New York punks Timeshares just released a new song from their upcoming album “Already Dead”.

The track is entitled “Heavy Hangs” and you can check it out here.

“Already Dead” is Timeshares second full-length album, will be released on April 28 through SideOneDummy Records, right before the band embarks on a headlining European tour that will take them through France, Germany, Austria, Italy, the UK and more, including two weeks supporting Astpai and a stop at Belgium’s longstanding punk festival, Groezrock.

Timeshares’ debut album “Bearable” was released in 2011 through Kind of Like Records and Kiss of Death Records.



Timeshares debut video for new track “Spend The Night”

New York punks Timeshares released another new music video, this time for the track “Spend The Night.” The track appears on the band’s newest upcoming work – their second full-length record entitled “Already Dead”. Check it out here.

“Already Dead” will be released on April 28 through SideOneDummy Records, right before the band embarks on a headlining European tour that will take them through France, Germany, Austria, Italy, the UK and more, including two weeks supporting Astpai and a stop at Belgium’s longstanding punk festival, Groezrock.

Timeshares’ debut album “Bearable” was released in 2011 through Kind of Like Records and Kiss of Death Records.

 



Timeshares releases music video for “The Bad Parts” off upcoming album “Already Dead”

New York punks Timeshares just released a new music video for their song “The Bad Parts”. The track appears on the band’s newest upcoming work – their second full-length record entitled “Already Dead”.

Check it out below.

“Already Dead” will be released on April 28 through SideOneDummy Records, right before the band embarks on a headlining European tour that will take them through France, Germany, Austria, Italy, the UK and more, including two weeks supporting Astpai and a stop at Belgium’s longstanding punk festival, Groezrock.

Timeshares’ debut album “Bearable” was released in 2011 through Kind of Like Records and Kiss of Death Records.



ASTPAI announces European tour with Broadcaster & Timeshares

Austrian punks ASTPAI have announced a tour of Europe for May of this year. They will be joined on specific dates by Broadcaster and Timeshares. Check out the full list of dates below.

The band’s 2014 album Burden Calls was released in Europe through Ass Card Records and Jumpstart Records in the US.



Timeshares sign to SideOneDummy Records for release of new album “Already Dead”

New York punks Timeshares will release their second full-length record “Already Dead” on April 28 via SideOneDummy Records. The record is out just before the band’s headlining European tour that will take them through France, Germany, Austria, Italy, the UK and more, including two weeks supporting Astpai and a stop at Belgium’s longstanding punk festival, Groezrock.

Check out an interview with the band along with their upcoming tour dates below.

Timeshares’ debut album “Bearable” was released in 2011 through Kind of Like Records and Kiss of Death Records.



Luther announce upcoming split 7-inch with Timeshares, stream two new songs

Philly-based punk band Luther have announced plans to release a split 7-inch with New York punks Timeshares. Due out via Suburbia Records on or around March 2nd, the release is available for pre-order right here.

As a bonus, Luther are streaming their two tracks, “A Pile of Ladders” and “Moon Rock,” right here. Check ’em out!



Timeshares recording new full-length album

According to a recent post on their Facebook page, New York punks Timeshares have begun recording a new full-length album at bassist/vocalist Mike Natoli’s New Jersey recording studio, dickButt Studios.

No further details on when the record will be released or what label’s gonna be putting out but we’ll keep you posted as we learn more! Timeshares’ debut album “Bearable” was released in 2011 through Kind of Like Records and Kiss of Death Records.



Free Compilation: Blank Shot Volume II (Jon Creeden, Timeshares, Not Half Bad, more)

On November 23rd, Blank Face Records released the second volume of their “Blank Shot Compilation” series, featuring songs by Jon CreedenTimesharesNot Half Bad, The DUI’sThe Moguls4 Aspirin Morning, Wiscoholics, and many more. You can now stream or grab a free download of the compilation here.

You can grab a free download of the first volume right here, featuring Masked Intruder, The Moguls, and more.



Blank Face Records to release “Blank Shot Compilation Volume II” (Timeshares, Not Half Bad, The DUI’s, , more)

On November 23rd, Blank Face Records will be releasing the second volume of their “Blank Shot Compilation” series, featuring songs by Timeshares, Not Half Bad, The DUI’s, The Moguls, 4 Aspirin Morning, Wiscoholics, and many more.

You can grab a free download of the first volume right here, featuring Masked Intruder, The Moguls, and more.

A release show will be held in Madison, Wisconsin featuring Last False Hope, EME, I Am Dragon, and Wiscoholics. For more information on that head over here.