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Dog Party stream new song “O Brave New World”

Sacramento sister duo Dog Party are streaming a new song titled “O Brave New World,” taken from their upcoming album ‘Til You’re Mine.

You can give the track a listen below.

‘Til You’re Mine releases on August 5th through Asian Man Records. Pre-order the LP here.



Cold Collective, Neutral Territory, Rebuilder plan weekender

Three Boston bands have come together for a weekender. Cold Collective, Neutral Territory, Rebuilder will be hitting the road in August.

You can check the dates and listen to their recent releases below.



New Video: The Dirty Nil – “Zombie Eyed”

The Dirty Nil have unveiled a pretty awesome new video for the track “Zombie Eyed.” The clip starts off with a rather startling bang, and takes a few more startling (and kinda awesomely gross) turns. Check it out below.

“Zombie Eyed” appears on the band’s full length Higher Power, which was released February 26th, 2016 via Dine Alone Records.



Violent Soho release “Blanket” music video, announce Australian shows w/ The Bronx

Australia’s Violent Soho have released a music video for their song “Blanket,” and announced they will be touring their homeland with The Bronx, Luca Brasi, and Tired Lion this fall.

Check out the video and tour dates below.

The band’s latest album Waco released on March 18th through SideOneDummy Records.



See Through Dresses announce summer tour dates

Omaha punks See Through Dresses have announced some tour dates for the summer.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

See Through Dresses last released the End Of Days EP in the fall of 2015 via Tiny Engines.



Boston Rock Rolled into Ocean Mist Last Weekend

Dave Minehan, Lee Harrington, and John Lynch of The Neighborhoods

Dave Minehan, Lee Harrington, and John Lynch of The Neighborhoods at Ocean Mist

This was our first time at the Ocean Mist.  We went to see the band, but were pleasantly surprised by everything the venue/restaurant offered.  It’s a simple, homey place with good food and Guinness on tap, but with the added bonus of being right on the beach.  While you’re waiting for a table you can go down the back stairs, walk just a few feet across the sand, look across the never-ending horizon at the sunset, and dip your toes into the Atlantic.  Perfect for a nice summer night!

The opening band, Two Guys and Another Guy, impressed us right away with a cover of Bowie’s “Starman.”  They jokingly introduced themselves as “the longest running opening act in Rhode Island.” They’ve been going strong for 30 years now!  And I can see why they‘ve lasted so long; they play great music (their own tunes as well as covers) and make a real connection with their audience.

Two Guys and Another Guy at Ocean Mist

Two Guys and Another Guy opening for The Neighborhoods at Ocean Mist

I would describe these guys collectively as being that person at the party that not everyone knows, but everyone wants to hang out with.  They played a handful of songs that really rocked, covering the stage with their energy and jumping at many final notes.  They then closed with a cover of another much-loved Bowie song, Moonage Daydream.

Two Guys and Another Guy at Ocean Mist

Two Guys and Another Guy opening for The Neighborhoods at Ocean Mist

The Neighborhoods graced the stage next to the screams of many in the crowd, all reaching out and trying to touch them.  And I’m not just talking about the drunk girls either!  They’re a small band from Boston, with a big sound and an all-encompassing stage presence. Both men and women alike have been following this band for decades, back from when they first won the WBCN Rock-n-Roll Rumble.  In recent years, The Neighborhoods have been playing sporadically but never enough for their fans, many willing to drive the two hours out of Boston to see their favorite band!

David Minehan, Lee Harrington, and John Lynch of The Neighborhoods

David Minehan of The Neighborhoods singing to the crowd

When Dave Minehan first came out, grinning as he looked across the audience, he exclaimed, “I’m bored, let’s do something about it!” Everyone screamed in agreement and jumped as the band lit into their set, starting with a few of the old songs.  They played all the songs that everyone wanted to hear; songs from a number of their albums and many from their most recent, The Last Rat, including “Arrogance,” “Monday Morning,” and “Innocence Lost.”  They also teased us with a couple of songs from their much-anticipated new album, both sung by bassist Lee Harrington.

Lee Harrington and John Lynch of The Neighborhoods

Bassist Lee Harrington and Drummer John Lynch

During a quiet moment in the set Lee played a familiar riff, quickly recognized as Aerosmith’s “Same Old Song and Dance.” Drummer John Lynch reminded us, “Let’s get some good vibes going for our good friend Joe Perry.”  And Minehan reiterated, “A good friend of the Neighborhoods.”

Dave Minehan posing for a cell phone pic

Dave Minehan posing for a cell phone pic

The Neighborhoods played for almost 2 hours and to the delight of many, came back soon after their break to for a long encore which included their big hit “Prettiest Girl,” as well as a bunch of covers.  It was a hot night and even hotter under the stage lights but this didn’t stop any of the activity on stage or off, they were jumping the entire night.  Of course, everyone had their cell phones out to capture these moments, so nice to have especially as memories fade.  How did we ever manage in our youth without them?!  : )

The Neighborhoods at Ocean Mist

This was billed as the ‘Hoods last show of the summer.  No one wants to wish away these warm days, but another show would sure make the colder months easier to welcome. Knowing that new music is on the way sweetens the deal even more.  With Minehan in front of the mic and behind the board at Woolly Mammoth Sound the new album will be sure to make a splash!

Dave Minehan of The Neighborhoods

Dave Minehan fronting The Neighborhoods

And If you want to stock up on ‘Hoods merch before the next show, you can get it at QRST’s store.

Neighborhoods’ Setlist:

  1. Dangerous
  2. WUSA
  3. Evil Knievel
  4. One Day Older
  5. Don’t Look Down (from new album, sung by Lee Harrington)
  6. Half Life
  7. Arrogance
  8. Monday Morning
  9. Innocence Lost
  10. Anything
  11. Parasite
  12. Mr. Reeves
  13. Pure And Easy
  14. Reptile Man
  15. Now You Would
  16. Hangin’
  17. Goodbye Gone Era
  18. I Can’t Explain (The Who)
  19. Think It Over

 

Encore:

  1. We Are All Alone (from new album, sung by Lee Harrington)
  2. 2.   You’ve Got Time (Regina Spektor song, Orange Is The New Black theme)
  3. Hot Love (Cheap Trick)
  4. She’s So Good
  5. Prettiest Girl
  6. I Fought The Law (The Clash)
  7. All Day and All Of The Night (The Kinks)


Dog Party release music video for new song “Enough”

Sacramento sister duo Dog Party have released a music video for a new song titled “Enough,” taken from their upcoming album ‘Til You’re Mine. You can check the video out below.

‘Til You’re Mine releases on August 5th via Asian Man Records. Pre-order the LP here.



Andrew WK Announces Fifty State “The Power Of Partying” Speaking Tour

Well, well, well. It seems that Andrew W.K. has a pretty cool idea for this otherwise soul-crushingly depressing election cycle. The one-man travelling party machine is taking his act on the road this fall for a pretty unique touring experience. Entitled “The Power Of Partying,” the tour will touch all fifty States, and instead of a full band performance (though it seems some select dates will still feature his band), it’ll be an evening of public speaking and audience Q&A.

Here’s part of what W.K. has to say about the concept, which is sponsored by his previously announced Party Party:

“This is not a political party rally, it’s a rally about partying with the political elements set aside. This is my attempt to add something positive and unifying to the divisive atmosphere surrounding us in so many different forms. Without targeting or preaching to any one side, I want to see if we can party together in our common humanity. We will have a party about being people.”

Check out the full tour itinerary below and stay tuned for more details as they become available. Tickets will be available this Friday, July 15th.



New Music: Young Guns – “Mad World” off upcoming “Echoes” LP

UK rockers Young Guns are streaming a brand new song called “Mad World”.

The tune appears on the band’s upcoming LP “Echoes”, which is scheduled for release September 16th. If you are looking for the soundtrack to your summer, look no further because we have it right here for you.

You can give it a listen below.

“Echoes” will serve as a follow-up to their 2015 album “Ones and Zeros”.



Music Video: Violent Femmes – “Issues”

Alternative/punk legends Violent Femmes have released a music video for their song ”Issues”, taken from their recent album We Can Do Anything. You can check it out below.

We Can Do Anything was released last March, serving as a follow-up to 2000′s Freak Magnet, and the band is currently touring in support of it. Along with the aforementioned music video, you can find the tour dates below.



Dog Party detail new LP “‘Til You’re Mine”

Sacramento duo Dog Party have revealed more details on their upcoming album ‘Til You’re Mine, which is set to release on August 5th through Asian Man Records.

You can check out the LP’s cover art and tracklist below, and pre-order it here.

The band’s latest album Vol. 4 came out in June of 2015. They are currently touring the US.



Episode 48 | Dying Scene Radio – Feat. Matt Caughthran (The Bronx/Mariachi El Bronx)

This week on Dying Scene RadioBobby Pickles is joined by Elena Venetia, who slept in until 3 in the afternoon (2 hours past recording time), and “Piazzo the Clown” (Matthew Piazza), who hates that moniker with the utmost intensity. Chris Fox (Vampirates/Boss’ Daughter) and Jesse Williams (The Randy Savages) eventually wake up to join the conversation, too. BAND SPOTLIGHT: Elena interviews Matt Caughthran, vocalist of the Los Angeles punk band, The Bronx, and alter ego mariachi group,Mariachi El Bronx, at Punk Rock Bowling (Asbury Park, NJ).  Plus, new music by Sum 41,Mikey Erg, and The Bouncing Souls.

Here all the incessant blathering, latest headlines and music BELOW!



Radioactivity announce UK tour dates

Texas’ Radioactivity have just announced a six new shows throughout the UK. This marks the first European visit for the band, which consists of former members of Mind Spiders, Marked Men, and Wax Museums. Check the dates out below.



Jade Puget says AFI are working new music

In a recent interview with Agressive Tendencies, AFI guitarist Jade Puget confirmed that the band has been working on new music, but cannot give definitive details regarding release dates. You can watch the interview below.

AFI’s most recent studio albums Burials was released in 2013. The band went on hiatus last summer, but the band members have since discussed their plans to return with a new album this year.



Music Video: Cold Years – “DeathChasers”

Scottish blue collar punk act Cold Years have released a new video for their song “DeathChasers.”

Check it out below.

The song is the title track of the bands’ upcoming EP, which is scheduled to be released on August 13th via Fat Hippy Records.