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DS Photo Galley: Mariachi El Bronx and Tigerman WOAH at Copenhagen Beer Celebration (Boston, MA)

While the focus of last weekend’s day-and-a-half-long Copenhagen Beer Celebration event was obviously beer (as evidenced by the somewhat awkward setup at the barren, soulless hellscape that is Boston’s City Hall Plaza), there was a constant musical accompaniment that was actually quite enjoyable for those who actually pulled themselves away from the beer lines for long enough to pay attention. The second part of our coverage of that event actually rewinds the tape a tad to prior to the first post. As we’ve established, Lucero closed out the entire festival, and with good reason. As we said in that story, the musical mix at the festival was a tad eclectic, and didn’t all necessarily meet the benchmarks that we apply for coverage at Dying Scene (I mean, Yo La Tango is good and all, but…), but there were still a few other performances to draw your attention to.

Tigerman WOAH opened up the Saturday afternoon portion of the festivities, taking the stage as the gates to the event grounds were being thrown open for the day. For the uninitiated, Tigerman WOAH are a four-piece outfit from nearby Lynn, Massachusetts, and if you’re familiar at all with Lynn, Massachusetts, you’re no doubt familiar with the entirely accurate singsong little ditty about the band’s hometown (“Lynn, Lynn, the City of Sin/You never go out the way you came in”). With that in mind, Tigerman WOAH are about as eclectic a mix as you’ll find: the band play an intense version of genuine folk music paired with a working-class, pro-Union, socially conscious, DIY punk rock mindset. You had to walk by the stage area in order to get from the festival gates to the beer, but Tigerman WOAH play in such a way that leaves it all on the stage, and forced all but the most dedicated beer snobs to stop and pay attention.

Mariachi El Bronx closed out the Saturday afternoon session, a seemingly painfully few hours after their punk rock alter egos The Bronx played a punk rock show to a capacity crowd across town. An outdoor show on a cloudless late-Summer day may not be the ideal hangover cure for a late night punk rock show, but the lower key, mariachi stylings sure helped the band ease into their set rather than having to explode into it. While the crowd was on the small side (again, it was a craft beer festival with a musical side stage, not the other way around), there weer a great number of people in attendance seemingly solely for MEB, and hung on every word and horn blast from Matt Caughtran and the gang.

Check out our full photo gallery from the event down below!



Fireball whisky announce Less Than Jake for new “Fueling the Fire” UK tour

The Whisky company Fireball have announced Less Than Jake, The Skints and Mariachi El Bronx for their first “Fueling the Fire” tour taking place in the UK this Autumn. Along with this already tantalising lineup, Australian reggae/metal mashup pioneers The Bennies and Japanese ska-punks KEMURI will join the party at selected dates.  Tickets go on sale on Friday 13th May and priced at an incredibly low £10 fans of ska-punk would be mad to miss this one. A full list of the dates can be viewed below.



The Bronx and Mariachi El Bronx announce December UK Shows

LA-based punk band The Bronx and their alter egos Mariachi El Bronx will be heading to the UK this December to play a couple of shows.  They will spend two nights in Manchester and two nights in London, with The Bronx headlining one night, and Mariachi El Bronx headlining the other.

Check out the dates and locations below.

The Bronx last released “IV” on February 6th, 2013 via ATO/White Drugs.  Mariachi El Bronx released “III” last November via ATO Records.



New Video: Mariachi El Bronx – “Wildfires”

Marciahi-punk pioneers Mariachi El Bronx have premiered the official music video for their track “Wildfires.” Check it out below.

“Wildfires” appears on Mariachi El Bronx’s latest album, “III,” which was released last November via ATO Records. The band are presently on the road with Flogging Molly and Gogol Bordello.



Flogging Molly add dates to US and European tours

Flogging Molly have announced some more US and European tour dates surrounding their upcoming run with Gogol Bordello and Mariachi El Bronx. Info on all of the band’s upcoming shows can be found below.

Flogging Molly has reportedly been working on a new album, which will be their first since 2011′s The Speed of Darkness.



Gogol Bordello, Flogging Molly, Mariachi El Bronx announce June North American tour

Gogol BordelloFlogging Molly, and Mariachi El Bronx will be setting out in June for a North American tour.
Check out the specific dates and locations below and order your tickets here.



Video: Mariachi El Bronx perform “Wildfires” on Conan

Mariachi El Bronx performed their song “Wildfires” on Conan last night, and you can check out the video below.

The group will be headed to the UK in February for a series of tour dates, more information on that is also available below.



Mariachi El Bronx announce U.K. tour dates

Mariachi El Bronx, the ‘south-of-the-border’ alter-ego of LA punk outfit The Bronx, are currently on a tour of the U.S. supporting Gogol Bordello, but soon after that they will head across the pond and play some dates in the U.K. this February.  You can find a full listing of the tour dates below.

The band also recently released a lyric video for their song “New Beat,” and you can find that here.



Lyric Video: Mariachi El Bronx – “New Beat”

Mariachi El Bronx, the ‘south-of-the-border’ alter-ego of LA punk outfit The Bronx, have released a lyric video for their song “New Beat.”

Check it out below.

“New Beat” is off the band’s latest album, III, which was released November 4th through White Drugs and ATO Records. It will be the band’s first release in 3 years, serving as a follow-up to 2011′s appropriately-titled II.



Full Album Stream: Mariachi El Bronx – “III”

Mariachi El Bronx, the ‘south-of-the-border’ alter-ego of LA punk outfit The Bronx, are streaming their forthcoming album, III, in its entirety. Check it out here.

III is due out next Tuesday (November 4th) through White Drugs and ATO Records. It will be the band’s first release in 3 years, serving as a follow-up to 2011′s appropriately-titled II.



Mariachi El Bronx announced as support for Gogol Bordello’s upcoming European tour

Mariachi El Bronx, the ‘south-of-the-border’ alter-ego of LA punk outfit The Bronx, have announced they will be supporting Gogol Bordello when they head overseas to tour Europe this December. All the dates and locations can be found below.

The band’s upcoming album III is set to be released on on November 4th through White Drugs and ATO Records. Before embarking on this European tour, they will be playing a quick run of headlining dates on the west coast.



Mariachi El Bronx stream new song “Wildfires”

Mariachi El Bronx, the ‘south-of-the-border’ alter-ego of LA punk outfit The Bronx, are streaming another new song from their upcoming album III.  You can give “Wildfires” a listen below.

III is set to be released on on November 4th through White Drugs andATO Records. It will be the band’s first release in 3 years, serving as a follow-up to 2011’s II



Mariachi El Bronx stream new song “New Beat” off upcoming album “III”

Mariachi El Bronx, the ‘south-of-the-border’ alter-ego of LA punk outfit The Bronx are streaming a new song off their upcoming album III called “New Beat.” You can stream the song below.

III will be Mariachi El Bronx’s first release in 3 years, serving as a follow-up to 2011′s II. We’ll be sure to keep you up to date as more information becomes available.



Mariachi El Bronx announce new album “III”

Mariachi El Bronx, the ‘south-of-the-border’ alter-ego of LA punk outfit The Bronx, have announced their new album III will be released on November 4th through White Drugs and ATO Records.

You can check out a teaser video and the album’s tracklist, and find details on the band’s upcoming west coast tour below.

III will be Mariachi El Bronx’s first release in 3 years, serving as a follow-up to 2011’s II. We’ll be sure to keep you posted as more details on the album come to light.



The Dickies, Mariachi El Bronx, The Spits & more to play Beach Goth 2014

The lineup for The Growlers’ third annual Beach Goth festival has been announced. Included on the bill are The Dickies, Mariachi El Bronx, The Spits, Andrew Jackson Jihad, Joyce Manor, and a bunch of other great bands.

The full lineup can be found below, and tickets to the festival, which takes place on October 25th at the Observatory in Santa Ana, California, can be purchased over here.