You can watch the performance below.
You can watch the performance below.
Veteran punk band Ten Foot Pole released their first full-length in over a decade yesterday. It’s called “Setlist,” and as you probably know by now, it features eleven new recordings of previously released songs, plus two new tracks. You can stream the whole shebang here.
Ten Foot Pole have released one of the new tracks off their upcoming album, “Setlist.”
Most of the new album will be new recordings of old songs, but “I Don’t Want To Go” is a brand new song.
I’m digging it and you can too over here.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 7:48 PM (PST) by Daron
Veteran punk band Ten Foot Pole are releasing their first new album in over a decade on May 26th via Cyber Tracks. The album features eleven new recordings of previously released songs, plus two new tracks.
“We are excited to have fresh new recordings of our favorite old TFP songs, plus a couple of new ones, to introduce modern Ten Foot Pole to our friends, old and new.” says vocalist Dennis Jagard.
Getting to hear these re-recorded songs makes me wish I wasn’t too old and tired to skate. Does a six pack and playing Tony Hawk 4 count? No? Well, I’m excited anyway.
You can pre-order the album at Cyber Tracks on May 5th.
Check out the track list below.
Wednesday, July 20, 2016 at 3:00 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Setlist is set to release later this year through Cyber Tracks, and it will be Ten Foot Pole’s first album in over a decade. The band’s last record Subliminal Messages came out in 2004.
Monday, November 30, 2015 at 6:36 PM (PST) by Supermartinguy
So this a thing. Scott Radinsky, the former vocalist for Ten Foot Pole, and current lead vocalist for Pulley, has just been hired by the LA Angels as a bullpen coach. For those unfamiliar with the guy, Radinsky has actually pulled off somewhat of a double life, serving as a pitcher for the Angels for over 11-years, while simultaneously keeping up his career as a punk vocalist. No word yet if this new title will cause him to take time off from his music.
Wednesday, June 10, 2015 at 4:30 PM (PST) by Hopeless Romantic
DyingScene was thrilled to be at the first show of the new “Love Is The Law” tour featuring Unwritten Law and Ten Foot Pole. The tour kicked off in Hollywood, CA at the House of Blues on June 5th, 2015. Southern California mainstays Unwritten Law headlined this show with support from the legendary Ten Foot Pole as the Friday night crowd danced and sang along on the Sunset Strip.
Ten Foot Pole reappeared in the LA scene last December when they headlined the Cyber Tracks Christmas Show at The Roxy. It is great seeing these guys hit the stage again, and they powered through their energetic set at the HOB with fan favorites like “Hammering Out The Details” and “The Getaway.” You can always count on these guys to run around the stage, jump along with the music (which makes for some pretty great photography), and wear some interesting…shorts. With smiles on their faces, you can tell that these guys are happy to be on stage and playing for the audience. If you are planning on catching this tour, make sure to get there in time to see TFP!
Chances are, if you live in Southern California, you have seen Unwritten Law live at some point in your life. These guys are extremely hard working and play local shows regularly. It’s great seeing them put together a full tour and hopefully you will get to check them out in a city closer to you. The band, led by Scott Russo, kept the party going with the staples of their setlist, including “California Sky,” “Shoulda Known Better,” “Up All Night,” “Cailin,” and my personal favorite, “She Says.” It was a great way to spend a Friday night and a great way to kick off this tour!
Check out the full gallery from the show below!
Thursday, February 19, 2015 at 12:27 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Fairvale is a new punk super-group of sorts from Los Angeles, California, featuring Paul Lapinsky of Static Fiction, as well as DC Fallout‘s Scott Hallquist (who is also a touring guitarist for Ten Foot Pole), Chris Del Rio of Ten Foot Pole (formerly of Implants), and A.J. Condosta, who has played drums for Voodoo Glow Skulls and Jughead’s Revenge.
The band hasn’t put out any tunes yet, but they’re planning on doing so sometime soon. Be sure to follow them on their Facebook and/or Twitter pages, and stay tuned for updates on what they have in store.
Sunday, December 28, 2014 at 3:47 PM (PST) by Hopeless Romantic
Los Angeles was in for a special treat this holiday season. Cyber Tracks, the record label founded by El Hefe and his wife Jen, hosted their first Christmas show at The Roxy in Hollywood. For fans of pop punk, Christmas came early!
In addition to six bands (plus an acoustic set from Useless ID’s Yotam Ben Horin), the night featured an ugly sweater contest (I was a little bitter that both my fiancé and I were eliminated – especially since he was originally one of the top 3!), a raffle (my bitterness soon went away, as we won one of the packages including the Implants’ album on vinyl – which we had been planning on buying anyway!), and El Hefe DJing Christmas songs between the sets. This wasn’t just a regular show; this was a holiday party.
The night opened with Margate, who played an energetic live set. I hadn’t really listened to them much before, but their live show, closing out with “Rock ‘N Roll Reserve,” convinced me to check them out. According to their website, we should expect to see a new album out on Cyber Tracks in 2015.
The second band of the night, Counterpunch, was my personal highlight. I had picked their album Bruises as one of my favorites of 2014 and their live show lived up to my expectations. They were the one non-LA based band on the bill, but the LA crowd showed these Chicago boys some love. The ripped through their set, which included numerous tracks from Bruises (including “Guardrails,” “Bonfire,” and “Young and Entitled”), but the real treat was their cover of No Use For A Name’s “International You Day,” which became a Roxy-wide sing along.
The next band up was supergroup the Implants. They get credit for the most festive set of the night, as each member had some form of Christmas hat, shirt, or cape. This was one of the most powerful sets of the night, as the band ripped through tracks like “Life Passes,” “Bleed Within,” and “Once Was I,” before closing with their rendition of “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town.”
This Legend took the stage next and perhaps was my biggest surprise of the night. I had heard a little bit of their album, but was taken aback by their live show. Lots of energy and jumping around as they played a set featuring songs from It’s In The Streets. I’m excited to see what this band has in store for the future.
After the sweater contest, we had Warner Drive, a band whose sound in a little different than the rest on this bill. They are definitely a Los Angeles band, as they had one of the bigger crowds of the night as they played tracks from their album City of Angels including “Ah-Ha” and “Fully Loaded.”
Finally, it was time for the headlining act – Ten Foot Pole! This legendary band did not disappoint, ripping through their hour-long set with fan favorites like “Old Man,” “ADD,” “The Getaway,” and “Hammering Out The Details.” It was great to finally see these guys live! This was a great way to close out the Cyber Tracks holiday show and left the crowd singing as they spilled out onto the street.
Check out the full gallery from the show below!
Sunday, December 21, 2014 at 2:52 PM (PST) by vdubowner
Got nothing to do tonight? Now you do! Cyber Tracks has just announced that their 1st annual Christmas Party show which is set to take place tonight at The Roxy Theatre, will be broadcasted live on the internet. Ten Foot Pole, Warner Drive, Implants, Counterpunch, Margate and This Legend will all be performing.
Head over here at 7pm tonight (PST) to virtually watch the show. And if you happen to be there in person, look for the douchebag in the DS t-shirt. Go tell him you read DS and he just might buy you a drink…
Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 10:48 AM (PST) by vdubowner
The line-up for this year installment of the Not-So-Silent-Night show has been announced and among the confirmed bands there is : Nekromantix, The Adolescents, Ten Foot Pole, Masked Intruder, Left Alone and a bunch more.
12 bands are set to play on 2 different stages during the show, which will take place on December 19th at the Yucca Tap Room in Tempe, Arizona.
More informations and tickets can be found here.
Monday, November 10, 2014 at 3:26 PM (PST) by Kaylee McNeil
SoCal punk rockers Pulley, have celebrated the 10th anniversary of their highly acclaimed album Matters by playing the release in its entirety last month at Music 4 Cancer Festival, along with songs from Ten Foot Pole‘s REV. Scott Radinsky, current frontman of Pulley, is also the Ten Foot Pole former singer.
Raw Cut Media was there and captured a nice video of the band covering TFP song “Old Man”. Check out the video below.
Pulley last released a 7-inch entitled The Long and the Short of It in 2011 on vinyl via When’s Lunch Records and digitally via X-Members Records. They are reportedly working on a follow-up to 2004′s Matters.
Friday, November 7, 2014 at 10:13 AM (PST) by vdubowner
SoCal punk rockers Pulley, have celebrated the 10th anniversary of their highly acclaimed album “Matters” by playing it in it’s entirety last month at Music 4 Cancer Festival, along with songs from Ten Foot Pole‘s REV.
Raw Cut Media was there and captured a nice video of the band covering TFP song “Broken Bubble”. No need to remind you that Scott Radinsky, current frontman of Pulley, is also the Ten Foot Pole former singer…Talk about bringing back some good ol’ memories!
Check out the video below.
Pulley last released a 7-inch entitled The Long and the Short of It in 2011 through When’s Lunch Records (vinyl) and X-Members Records (digital). They are reportedly working on a follow-up to 2004′s Matters.
Sad news for all of you Ten Foot Pole fans. Drummer Chris Dalley who also drums in Implants and Pulley has officially announced through Facebook that he is leaving the band to focus on some other projects.
“So after 10 years, I’ve decided to resign as the drummer of Ten Foot Pole. I had a blast and want to thank Dennis Jagard for giving me the opportunity to rock for everyone. Also want to give thanks to Keith Divel, Chris Del Rio, Dan Kelly, and Scott Hallquist for being such a pleasure to jam with. It was time for me to give more attention to my other endeavors, and I wish TFP nothing but continued success in the future.”
No words yet on a replacement, could it be Pat Magrath who filled in for Chris this summer in Europe? I guess only time will tell… Stay tuned folks, we’ll keep you posted.
Ten Foot Pole should be releasing an album next year through Cyber Tracks. It will be their first since “Subliminable Messages” which came out in 2004.
Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 3:52 PM (PST) by vdubowner
Cyber Tracks, the label owned by NOFX‘s guitarist El Hefe and his wife Jennifer Abeyta have announced the first annual all-ages Christmas Party which will involve live performances of bands from their current roster. It’ll take place on December 21st at 7pm PST, at the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles.
So far Ten Foot Pole, Implants, Margate and This Legend, have been confirmed as performing acts and apparently, El Hefe will fill in as DJ in-between sets to spin some of his favorites Christmas songs. Sounds good don’t you think?
Tickets goes on sale tomorrow October 31st through The Roxy Theater website.
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