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Anthony Raneri (Bayside) plans solo acoustic holiday shows

Posted by GinaVenz on Friday, October 17, 2014 at 12:57 PM (PST)

Bayside frontman Anthony Raneri is playing a trio of solo acoustic shows in the Tri-State area this holiday season.  You can check out where he’ll be below.

In addition to his solo project, Raneri also provided guest vocals on New Found Glory’s new song, “Stubborn,” and you can read more about that here.

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Flatliners frontman Chris Cresswell performed “Birds of England”, “Merely a Man”, and “Aside” (Weakerthans cover) in a great little acoustic session for Renaissance Recordings. Check out the video below (it also includes an interview with The Riverboat Gamblers’ Mike Wiebe).

The folks at Fat Wreck Chords have announced they will be putting Chris’s solo album out on vinyl this October 14th.  The album was originally released digitally through Joey Cape’s One Week Records, but this will be the first time it’s available on wax.

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Interview: Frank Iero talks solo project FrnkIero AndThe Cellabration

Posted by DebNYC on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 4:56 PM (PST)

Frank Iero, the man of many projects which share little in common but his name has treated the punk world to near-perfectly tracked album in his debut release “Stomachaches” under the solo project moniker FrnkIero AndThe Cellabration. Emotions run high in these lyrics, which is no surprise, considering that their composer was in crippling pain for the majority of the recording process.

Said to be kept in their rawest form possible, Iero took the album out for a test drive this past autumn on a month-long tour with The Used and Taking Back Sunday, and has been finding them very well received.

Frankie was cool enough to spare DS some time prior to his wrap-up headlining show at Metro Gallery in Baltimore to discuss fathers, zombies, trolls and oh yeah, a little bit about music as well. His interview is below (and can also be viewed on video here.)

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Music Video: Tim Barry – “Lost & Rootless”

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 10:15 AM (PST)

Former Avail frontman and current folk-rocker Tim Barry has released a music video for his new single “Lost & Rootless”. The song will serve as the title track for Barry’s upcoming album, and you can watch the video below.

Lost & Rootless is scheduled to be released November 28, 2014 on Chunksaah Records

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Owen (Mike Kinsella of American FootballOwls) is now streaming a new cover of Against Me!‘s ”Borne On The FM Waves Of The Heart” and you can check it out below.
 
The track is from his upcoming cover album “Other People’s Songs,” which is set to be released on December 2nd through Polyvinyl Records.

Owen previously released a cover of Smoking Popes ”Under The Blanket,” and you can also stream that below.

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Dan Cribb & The Isolated recording debut full-length, announce Australian shows

Posted by hayley on Monday, October 13, 2014 at 12:44 PM (PST)

Dan Cribb, frontman for Australian punk group, The Decline, has just announced he will be recording his debut full length. The album will be co-produced by former Swellers frontman Nick Diener, and is the first full length featuring Cribb’s full band, The Isolated.

In addition to a new full length, Dan Cribb has just announced a short run of Australian tour dates supporting Say Anything and Jay Walley (Frenzal Rhomb.) Check the dates out below.

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I Can Make A Mess, the solo project of The Early November’s Ace Enders, has out of nowhere released a full-length album titled “Growing In”.  You can stream it in full below.

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Columbus based singer-songwriter act Front Porch Step, the acoustic solo project of Jake Mcelfresh, has announced plans to release a new EP titled “Whole Again” on December 2nd via Pure Noise Records. In anticipation, he has premiered a stream of the record’s first new song, “A Lovely Mess” which you can stream below. The record will be available digitally as well as on CD and 7” vinyl and can be pre-ordered now right here.

Mcelfresh is currently on the road with State Champs and Handguns for the Pure Noise Records Tour, which will be followed by dates with The Madden Brothers in November.

Front Porch Step’s debut album Aware was released in November 2013 via Pure Noise.

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Divided Heaven announces fall tour

Posted by stacysoquet on Friday, October 10, 2014 at 4:12 PM (PST)

Back on the road after a short break Divided Heaven, aka Jeff Berman from the band Protagonist, has announced another tour. This time, the band stops in multiple California cities including Stockton, San Jose and Riverside before picking back up late October in Florida.  Check out the dates and locations below.

Berman is touring in support of his new album Youngblood, which was released on March 25 through Say-10 Records.

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Alcoa to release new EP “Thank You” on Bridge Nine Records

Posted by GinaVenz on Friday, October 10, 2014 at 12:18 PM (PST)

New Hampshire folk/punk artist Alcoa (also known as Defeater frontman Derek Archambault) has announced the release of a new EP titled Thank You.  The title apparently stems from Archambault’s successful crowd-sourcing campaign to raise money for his hip replacement surgery.

The EP, which features covers of tracks by Make Do And Mend, I Am The Avalanche, Defeater, and more, will be released on December 2nd via Bridge Nine Records.  You can check out the track listing below.

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Photo credit: Jen Maler Photography

The one-year anniversary of the release of Dave Hause‘s stellar second solo album (ranked by at least two of us as the best album of 2013), “Devour,” brings with it a bunch of Hause-related activity. First and foremost, after a few months off the road spent writing new music (more on that in a minute), Hause is gearing up for his opening slot on Hot Water Music’s 20th anniversary tour by performing a series of three Stage-It concerts: one for the Europeans, one for the East Coasters and one for the West Coasters. They’ll all take place on October 15th at 8pm in each respective location: click here for more details.

Back to that “new music” stuff. Hause reports via his newsletter that he’s not only busy working on new solo material, but that he’s also got some music that’s “going to be better suited for a punky-pop side project which seems to be coming together,” while some “of them will be better suited for an electronic project I’ve been working on with an old friend from home.” Stay tuned for more where that’s concerned. In the meantime, head below for video of Hause playing a new, as-yet-unnamed song from Amsterdam a couple months ago. Not one of the electronic tracks, for sure.

“Devour” was released October 8th, 2013, through Rise Records.

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Another “it came from left field” story for your Hump Day late-afternoon: the one-and-only Chuck Ragan is getting into the video game score composing game!

Ragan was approached by video game collective The Molasses Flood (featuring members of the teams responsible for BioShock, Halo 2 and 3, Guitar Hero, Rock Band and more) about coming up with a score for their upcoming game, “The Flame In The Flood.” The crowd-funded game “projects the gamer into a completely unique, procedurally-generated river, through environments inspired by the Everglades, The Mississippi Delta, Louisiana Bayou, and other quintessentially American places as you scrounge for resources, craft tools, remedy afflictions, evade the vicious wildlife, and most importantly, stay ahead of the coming rains.” If ever there was a game that was right up Ragan’s alley, it seems “The Flame In The Flood” is it.

We’ll keep you posted on details as they become available. In the meantime, you can check out more information on the project here, and see where you can catch Ragan on tour in support of his stellar latest full length (and album-of-the-year candidate) Till Midnight (SideOneDummy Records) right here. He’s also got the twentieth anniversary Hot Water Music tour coming down the ‘pike too; here are details.

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Bomb The Music Industry! frontman Jeff Rosenstock, is streaming a new song entitled “Hey Allison” off his upcoming solo album, due out sometime later through Side One Dummy Records.

You can check out the song here.

In addition to releasing new music, Rosenstock also has some U.S. tour dates lined up.

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Alkaline Trio drummer Derek Grant has started a country inspired solo project and is streaming his new single entitled “Love Is A Bad Dream.”

You can give it a listen below.

The single will be released on September 3oth through Red Scare Industries, prior to the release of his debut solo album, “Break Down” which due out in December.

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Chris Rest (Lagwagon) talks about traveling and playing with Tony Sly

Posted by vdubowner on Thursday, September 25, 2014 at 6:00 PM (PST)

Since the tribute album to Tony Sly has been released, many personalities from bands who contributed to the Fat Wreck Chords comp have stopped by Tonysly.org to explained how Tony influenced them or to talk about the song they covered on the album.

Most recently, Lagwagon guitarist and former No Use For A Name member Chris Rest has wrote a piece on how it was to play and tour with Tony Sly.

Here’s what he had to say:

“As a musician, once in a while you see a band and think, “Wow, I wish I was in this band.” No Use was one of those bands for me. It was always obvious to me that their songs and talent was beyond the level of an average punk band. But it was their personalities and overall dynamic that really made them so cool. Tony is one of the funniest and smartest people I’ve ever known. His talent was always obvious. One day, out of the blue, I received a call from Tony asking if I wanted to audition for No Use. Lagwagon was not doing much of anything at the time and I was working as a care giver for an elderly woman. I was initially surprised but flattered and I accepted. Our first tour was to Indonesia, Malaysia, China and Japan. I quickly realized even more than before, the extent of Tony’s talent and the band’s potential. None of us had ever been to Indonesia, Malaysia or China and we played many smaller cities in Japan that bands don’t normally go to, which made it a new experience for all of us. I can’t really recall many tours that I had a better time on. I quickly became very close friends with Tony, Matt and Rory. When Rory left the band I recommended my good friend, Boz Rivera to take his place. Matt and Boz playing together was an awesome thing to behold. They fed off of each other’s musical abilities. With that, combined with Tony’s songwriting, I was quite sure that the the next album to come out of this band was going to be something very special. To be a part of it, I’m sure, was going to be something I would have really been proud of. I am proud and grateful to have been lucky enough to have experienced the times that I did, playing, touring and just hanging out with Tony and to have had his friendship. I will Never Forget Tony Sly.”

Chris Rest and Lagwagon covered Tony’s “Discomfort Inn” on the tribute album “The Songs Of Tony Sly: A Tribute,” released on October 29th through Fat Wreck Chords.

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