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New Jersey’s Aspiga have announced their new album What Happened To You? will be released on October 21st through Paper + Plastick Records, and to get you stoked they’re streaming a new track titled “My Little Eraser.”

You can give the song a listen and check out the album’s tracklist below.

What Happened To You? will be Aspiga’s second release with Paper + Plastick, serving as a follow-up to 2012′s Every Last Piece.

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Aspiga announces summer tour

Posted by Kaylee McNeil on Monday, June 30, 2014 at 5:05 PM (PST)

New Jersey’s Aspiga have just announced an upcoming tour which will launch in July in a handful of cities across the United States. You can check out the dates and locations for the tour below.

Later this year, the group plans to release a new album via Paper + Plastick Records. The release will serve as a follow-up to their 2012 album Every Last Piece.

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Aspiga recording new full-length album

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 12:33 PM (PST)

New Jersey’s Aspiga are currently in the studio working on a new full-length album, which they are planning on releasing later this year through Paper + Plastick Records. Here’s what frontman Kevin Day had to say:

“On Sunday February 15th, we began tracking our new record. We will be spending seven days at Gradwell House to record eleven new songs. Once again, Dave Downham, will be behind the control board and also taking on the role of producer. We have spent the last few months grinding out these songs and are excited to work with Paper + Plastick on the release of this album.”

We’ll be sure to keep you posted as more details, which will serve as a follow-up to Aspiga’s 2012 album “Every Last Piece,” come to light.

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Aspiga releases new song “Shortest Christmas List”

Posted by hayley on Monday, December 23, 2013 at 2:21 PM (PST)

New Jersey’s Aspiga have just released their Christmas song “Shortest Christmas List” for free download. Check it out below.

Aspiga last released Every Last Piece in 2012 through Paper + Plastick.

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Aspiga announces US September tour

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Thursday, August 15, 2013 at 10:29 AM (PST)

New Jersey’s Aspiga have announced a small run of US tour dates in September.

You can check them out here.

Aspiga last released Every Last Piece in 2012 through Paper + Plastick.

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Aspiga and Among Giants stream split 7-inch

Posted by Drea on Tuesday, July 9, 2013 at 5:53 PM (PST)

New Jersey rockers Aspiga have released a split with Florida folk-punks Among Giants, and they are streaming it here.

Aspiga last released “Every Last Piece” in 2012 through Paper + Plastick.

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New Jersey pop punkers Aspiga recently announced plans for a split 7″ with Florida folk-punks Among Giants.

The collaboration is set to be released on July 9th through Say-10 Records, but you can check out a song from Aspiga, entitled “Direction”, right here.

Aspiga last released “Every Last Piece” in 2012 through Paper + Plastick.

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Florida folk-punks Among Giants have announced plans for a split 7-inch with New Jersey emo-punks Aspiga. The split is due out July 9th via Say-10 Records. Click here to pre-order.

In other Among Giants news, the band are set to hit the road for a tour of most of their home State with fellow Floridians Zap Dragon & The Attack. Click here for their itinerary.

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New Jersey pop punkers Aspiga recently grabbed a phone near them and performed two songs for the Switchboard Sessions. The group performed versions of “Welcome to the Sympathy Party” and “Good Thoughts”, and you can listen to the tracks here.

Aspiga last released “Every Last Piece” in 2012 through Paper + Plastick.

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Music Video: Aspiga – “Welcome to the Sympathy Party”

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at 4:35 PM (PST)

Aspiga has released a music video for “Welcome to the Sympathy Party”. The song comes off of the band’s third studio album, Every Last Piece. You can check it out here.

Every Last Piece was released in November 2012 through Paper + Plastick. You can read our review of it right here.

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New Jersey three-piece punk band Aspiga is currently streaming a brand new track. Entitled “Don’t Hurry, Christmas,” the song is set to appear on the upcoming 13 annual Arbor Christmas compilation. Stream the track for free here.

While you’re at it, you can stream or download all twelve previous Arbor Christmas compilations for free by clicking here. Bands like Young Statues, Into It. Over It., and The Classic Brown are featured prominently. Enjoy.

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Album Review: Aspiga – “Every Last Piece”

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 9:17 AM (PST)

Aspiga is a three piece pop punk act hailing from New Jersey, whose only goal is to make people feel things. Running at only a mere seven tracks long, Every Last Piece (now out on Paper + Plastick Records), the band’s third studio album, takes a risky move by trimming off extraneous fat and aims right at the aural equivalent of a gut of the listener.

Every Last Piece is filled with self-loathing and aggressive riffing that would any 90’s punk rocker smile. Frontman Kevin Day’s vocals have a way of both snarling their way across the album, while also taking the time to find themselves deep in though. The first half of the album lashes out immediately and relentlessly: from the opening refrain of “Don’t you forget- because I won’t” in “Save Your Spit” to the repeated phrasing “I’ve discovered I hate myself” for a solid minute in “Welcome to the Sympathy Party”. Toward the end of the album, Day shows off his Schwarzenbach-ism’s, dropping lines of wisdom such as “I say what I don’t mean, it keeps me from feeling anything” or the introspective “So I dig until I find every last piece of me” in the album’s final two tracks, “On the Defensive“, and “The Excavation” respectively.

Musically the album finds itself somewhere along the lines of taking 24 Hour Revenge Therapy and injecting it with the energy of Through Being Cool. From the fast striking tracks that kick off the album, to the mellow paced middle, and the intricate instrumental work that closes things out, Every Last Piece finds the perfect balance between taking influence from what came before while never sounding exactly like its predecessors.

Aspiga is not your run-of-the-mill modern pop punk band, but rather the band is a dying breed in the pop punk realm, drowning in the waves of chugged breakdowns and gang vocal choruses about how much best friends are better than girlfriends. However, instead of simply laying down and accepting defeat, Aspiga churned out Every Last Piece, a filler-free and heavy hitting album that runs short on the playtime, but long on the impression it will leave on listeners.

4/5

RIYL: Jawbreaker, Saves the Day, The Ataris

Aspiga launch full album stream of “Every Last Piece”

Posted by whiskeytango6 on Thursday, November 15, 2012 at 1:42 PM (PST)

New Jersey punk group Aspiga have launched a stream of their upcoming new album, “Every Last Piece.” The album will be the band’s first for Paper + Plastick, and their third full length release overall. Check out the stream here.

“Every Last Piece” is due November 20th, and you can order the record here.

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Aspiga stream “Users” off “Every Last Piece”

Posted by Drea on Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 6:01 PM (PST)

Three-piece New Jersey punk-rockers Aspiga are streaming a new song titled “Users” off their upcoming album “Every Last Piece”. You can stream listen to it right here.

“Every Last Piece” is due out Nuvember 20th via Paper + Plastick.

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Free Compilation: Paper + Plastick Fall Sampler

Posted by Johnny X on Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 11:22 AM (PST)

Paper + Plastick Records has released a free label sampler for the fall. The sampler includes 14 songs from recent or future P+P releases and can be downloaded in the Paper + Plastick Records webstore.

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