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New Video: Medictation (feat. the late Dickie Hammond) – “The Last Rainfall”

Formed from the proverbial ashes of Leatherface and The Sainte Catherines, Medictation sadly only recorded one album, “Warm Places,” before founding member Dickie Hammond passed away. The lead video from that album, for the track “The Last Rainfall,” debuted today. Check it out here.

“Warm Places” was released on January 29th via Paper + Plastick.

 



New Video: Templeton Pek – “Damage Control”

Brand new music video from the lads in Templeton Pek for your Hump Day viewing pleasure. It’s for the track “Damage Control,” and you can check it out below.

“Damage Control” appears on the the British melodic punk trio’s latest studio album, “New Horizons,” which was released on July 24th via Hardline Entertainment. They’re also presently on tour in mainland Europe acting as direct support for Millencolin. Check out dates here.



Live Videos: Jared Hart (The Scandals) performs “Totem” and “Run Around”

 

Longtime The Scandals frontman Jared Hart recently branched out to the world of singer-songwriter with the release of his solo debut, “Past Lives + Pass Lines.” He recently sat down at New Jersey’s Audio Pilot Studio and performed a couple stripped down versions of his tracks “Totem” and “Run Around.” Check out the pretty stellar video that resulted below.

“Past Lives + Pass Lines” was released back in November on Say-10 Records. It’s pretty awesome; check it out here. You can also catch Jared pulling double duty on with Brian Fallon in March, both as opening act and as a member of Fallon’s band, The Crows. Dates are below the video.

 



Me First and the Gimme Gimmes add dates, The Flatliners to European tour

Me First and the Gimme Gimmes have added a few dates to their upcoming European tour, in addition to announcing The Flatliners will be tagging along for these shows.

Find out if they’re stopping near you below.

Me First last released Are We Not Men? We Are Diva! in 2014 on Fat Wreck Chords. The Flatliners’ latest album Dead Language came out in September of 2013, and they have since released a b-sides/rarities compilation titled Division of Spoils in August, 2015.



Punk Rock Bowling expands into Denver, CO

Late last year, it was announced that Punk Rock Bowling would be expanding outside of Las Vegas for the first time in the festival’s history. In addition to taking place in Sin City from May 26-30, June 10-12 would see PRB East taking over Asbury Park, New Jersey in 2016.

Now it has been revealed Punk Rock Bowling will be branching out even further than Jersey, with another handful of dates announced in Denver, Colorado. The initial lineup for these dates includes Millencollin, FLAG, 88 Fingers Louie, D.O.A., Buzzcocks, Anti-Nowhere League, Youth Brigade, The Briefs, and more.

Here’s what festival organizers had to say about the Denver, Colorado stop, which will take place at Summit Music Hall on June 2-4:

“Punk Rock Bowling was started back in 1999 as a way to bring the independent music community together for an annual party in Las Vegas, Nevada. That’s why it was an easy decision for Soda Jerk Presents to partner with Punk Rock Bowling to bring this incredible punk festival to Denver. Wanting to focus on creating a festival with sustainable growth and an intimate feel, it was decided to keep the festival indoors for the first year.”

3-day passes for PRB’s Denver dates are available here for the extremely reasonable price of $60. We’ll keep you posted as more bands are announced.



Rancid’s Tim Armstrong made guest appearance on “X-Files” reboot

Tim Armstrong, front man of the iconic punk band Rancid and a slew of other projects, recently made a guest appearance on the “X-Files” reboot. He played the “bad guy”-  a character whose dark thoughts were embodied into a murderous monster that tore people limb-by-limb.

You can check out a short teaser for the episode below.

The show “X-Files” ended in 2002 after almost a decade on the air, and it was recently brought back to life. Fox and Scully are back in action!



The Falcon stream “Hasselhoff Cheeseburger” off upcoming album ‘Gather Up the Chaps’

Did you know that The Falcon are releasing a new album? You didn’t, what’s wrong with you? Anyway, the Chicago punk super-group are releasing their sophomore album, Gather Up the Chaps, next month, and it will be their first album in 10 years. So, it’s kind of a big deal.

You can get your first taste of the album right now in the form of the album’s first single, “Hasselhoff Cheeseburger,” below.

The Falcon will be heading out on tour with The Scandals/Worriers and The Lippies this year. You can find the dates here.

Gather Up the Chaps is set to drop March 18, 2016 through Red Scare Industries. It will be the follow up to their 2006 debut LP, Unicornography.



Neighborhood Brats are back!

After breaking up over a year ago, LA punks Neighborhood Brats have announced they are back together, and are planning to release a new album, which is due for release later this year. Vocalist Jenny Angelillo to LA Weekly about their decision to bring the band back together:

“I just can’t not make music. Without it, I feel like I’m missing a limb. Like I’m wearing tight jeans without underwear. I’m just uncomfortable, and I missed the Brats. I missed George — my best friend, bandmate and writing partner.”

Guitarist George Rager also talked about direction of the band’s new album, which will be their first since 2014′s Recovery. He says it “will have a healthy dose of Chiswick-era sounding punk, like the stuff we grew up listening to, with some California punk inspiration”, while the songs will “breathe a little more, they won’t be longer than two minutes, because that’s about my attention span.”



BL’AST! stream 7″ split with Eyehategod

California punk legends BL’AST! just released a 7″ split with Eyehategod on Rise Records, which is available now digitally and on vinyl, and you can check it out below. The BL’AST! song “Cut Your Teeth” is one of the band’s first new songs in over 25 years, and ”The Liar’s Psalm” is the title track from a flexi-disc that was released with the July 2014 issue of Decibel Magazine.

BL’AST! released the two-song EP For Those Who’ve Graced the Fire! this past October, and have reportedly been busy finishing their first studio album since 1989′s Take the Manic Ride. Their 2013 release Blood! was a previously-unreleased album recorded in the 1980′s and remixed by Dave Grohl.



Lost In Society streaming new song “I Want To Know” off upcoming album “Modern Illusions”

New Jersey punk act Lost in Society has just released a new song off their upcoming album “Modern Illusions”.

The track is entitled “I Want To Know” and you can listen to it below.

“Modern Illusions” is set to be released February 26th through Handsome Stranger Records. Pre-orders are available here.



An Evening With The Honorable Chris Fox – Part One

From L to R: John Underwood of Dirty Kid Discount; Staff Writer AnarchoPunk; Chris Fox of Vampirates & Boss’ Daughter

Reno, Nevada gets cold as hell in the winter. So, it’s no surprise that John Underwood from the folk punk troupe Dirty Kid Discount (profiled in September’s Hidden Gems of Bandcamp) was looking to get down to SoCal to avoid the doldrums of the frigid, grey confines of The Biggest Little City in the World for a few weeks to thaw out. Thus was born The Winter West Tour, which started up in Washington state in Mid-January and worked its way down the Pacific Coast before making its way back up to Reno for the finale on February 10th. Halfway through the tour, John was joined by fellow Reno resident and frontman of the up and coming punk act, Boss’ Daughter, Chris Fox. While I don’t get paid monetarily for the (exceptional?) work I do here at the Scene, I do get compensated in other ways. Getting into shows for free is a pretty cool perk, access to the press pit is a useful benefit as well. My favorite perquisite by far though is getting to meet people I wouldn’t otherwise have the chance to.  Sometimes, through those connections, I even find people that I share so much in common with that we hit off pretty well. Such is the case with Mr. Fox and myself. After getting to know him through email for an article I was writing, we became fast friends. So needless to say, when I noticed that the boys had a scheduled stop in LA, I knew it was a “can’t miss” show for me. Check out part one of my hybrid show review/interview below in this DS Exclusive!



PEARS and Such Gold announce Co-headlining North American Tour

New Orleans punks PEARS continue to prove the point that they are actually a group of rag tag hobos who only know how to live on the road, as they have just announced more tour dates. This time they will be co-headlining with New York melodic hardcore band Such Gold.

Check out the full list of dates and locations below.

PEARS released their debut album, Go To Prison, in 2014. Their sophomore album, Green Star, is due out April 1st on Fat Wreck Chords.



Luca Brasi (punk) stream new song “The Cascade Blues”

Tasmanian punk act Luca Brasi are streaming a new song off their upcoming, currently unnamed, full length album that is set to be released in April.

The song is called “The Cascade Blues,” and you can give it a listen below.

Luca Brasi last released their EP Loose Threads on March 13th, 2015 via Poison City Records.



Music Video: The Octopussys – “Don’t Call Me Shirley”

Belgian punk band The Octopussys just released a video for their song “Don’t Call Me Shirley,” which comes from their latest album Leagues Below.

Check it out below.

Leagues Below was released in May 2015 via Funtime Records.



Spanish Love Songs sign with Wiretap Records, premieres new song “Paper Cup”

Los Angeles based Spanish Love Songs have signed with Wiretap Records and are premiering new music today as part of the re-release of their debut album Giant Sings the Blues that was released last May.

The new song titled “Paper Cup” is part of 3 new tracks included in the new “Extended” re-release of Giant Sings the Blues. Stream the entire record over at Wiretap’s Bandcamp site, and listen to Paper Cup below. The Giant Sings The Blues re-release (Extended Version) is out and available this Friday February 12th.