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Cheap Whine releases debut self-titled album (and it’s really quite good)

Ottawa’s Cheap Whine released their debut album on Drunken Sailor Records. Fast, fun garage pop punk. The instrumentation has a quick & dirty sound reminiscent of late 70s punk, but sounds just right. You can buy the digital album off bandcamp for £5 (Five GBP, which I assume stands for “Great British Phun-money”), which comes out to around six and a half Trump Bux.

Man, writing for DyingScene just ruins my wallet. Two songs into this album, and I bought it. Check out the stream below!



The Heck (Dutch Garage Punk) stream single “Waiting In Line”

Dutch Garage Punk act The Heck are streaming their upcoming single “Waiting In Line”, b/w “Why?”

You can give it a listen below.

“Waiting In Line” is set to be released on July 21st via Dirty Water Records.



DS Exclusive: Copneconic Premieres New Single From Upcoming LP Generation Parasite

Named after a YMCA summer camp in their hometown of Fenton, Michigan, Copneconic plays a unique brand of garage punk which teeters on the line of mainstream grunge (if that’s still a thing). Their newest album, Generation Parasite (due out digitally on July 28th via Save Your Generation Records) doubles down on this signature slacker rock/power-pop sound with slicker production and well placed, whale sized hooks. Nick Diener of The Swellers (and proprietor of Oneder Studios where the LP was recorded) lent his ear and years of experience to help carve out this head hobbing, stoner approved rock record. So, roll a doobie, head down to your bedroom in your parent’s basement and stream the debut single “Trash” exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!

FFO: The Dirty Nil, Rozwell Kid, FIDLAR



DS Exclusive: Grievances Premieres “I Want To Die” From Upcoming Debut LP

We typically like to do all of the wordsmithing around these parts but every so often, there’s a band bio that sums up the act way better than we could. This is one of those bio’s: “Four formerly angst ridden twenty somethings from London, ON, Canada. Quickly approaching their thirties and hurling their anxieties at the well fished sea of pop punk to see what sort of monsters will rise. We were trying to be the Menzingers but are commonly compared to Superchunk.” If that awe inspiring write up doesn’t grab ya, you’ll definitely be hooked after you give them a listen! Today we’re pleased to premiere the track “I Want To Die” from the quartet’s first LP, Late Bloomers due out later this fall via Chisel Records. Until it drops though, we recommend streaming the debut single incessantly. Hop to it, below!



Drunken Sailor Records streams new self-titled record from Kuken (German garage-punk)

U.K. punk label Drunken Sailor Records is currently streaming German garage-punks Kuken’s brand new self-titled album. You can listen to it below.

“Kuken” is the follow up to the band’s previous self-titled release which you can find at their Bandcamp.



The Establishment (Garage Punk, NL) release debut video “Vicious Rumours”

Garage punks The Establishment, a new band from the Netherlands, featuring members of Antidote, Brat Pack, Citizens Patrol. Reaching Forward and Born from Pain, have release their debut video. “Vicious Rumours” is from an expected debut full length that the band are going into the studio to record in June.

You can watch the video below.



The Hip Priests (garage punk, UK) stream album “Those Fuckin’ Boys: Decade of Disdain”

Garage punk ‘n’ rollers The Hip Priests are letting fans listen to their entire new full-length record for free. To be honest, full length doesn’t really do Those Fuckin’ Boys: Decade of Disdain justice. It’s got a massive twenty-seven tracks of down and dirty, swinging, guitar driven honky-tonk, comprising of all the band’s singles, and various other special tracks.

The best part is, you can stream the whole thing, via Self Destructo Records, below.



Artificial Dissemination (garage punk) stream new EP “Big Brother and The Dick Heads”

Ontario garage-rockers Artificial Dissemination are currently streaming their new EP “Big Brother and The Dick Heads.” You can listen to it below.

The EP is available as a 7″ record and is available for purchase here.



Chuck Norris Experiment stream new song “Habit to Support” off upcoming album “Chuck Me!”

Swedish punk ‘n’ roll group Chuck Norris Experiment are streaming their brand new song ‘Habit to Support’ off their upcoming album “Chuck Me!” Check it out below.

“Chuck Me!” is the full-length follow-up to the band’s “Ghost Highway” EP released earlier this month.



Rough Surf and Broken Nose Mall Santa stream new split EP

Newfoundland sad punk band Rough Surf and Winnipeg punk rockers Broken Nose Mall Santa are streaming their new split EP over on the Rough Surf Bandcamp page. The 6-track release is an even split with each band contributing 3 songs to the EP. You can stream it below.

This split will serve as a follow-up to Rough Surf’s 2016 album, Please Clap, and Broken Nose Mall Santa’s 2016 EP, Ditch Picnic. 



Rough Surf (Garage Punk) release video for “Almost Older” off upcoming split

Garage punk act Rough Surf from St. Johns, Newfoundland released a new video for “Almost Older” off their upcoming split with Broken Nose Mall Santa of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The split will be out and available in a couple of weeks.

The video is kind of a parody of The Blair Witch Project and you can check it out below.



Music Video: Capital Youth – “Where You Are”

Swiss garage punk act Capital Youth have premiered a music video for their song “Where You Are”, and you can check it out below.

“Where You Are” appears on Capital Youth’s latest EP Lemonade, which was released last month via Roosevelt Records.



The Chinchees (garage/pop punk) streaming debut single – “Hey Boy”

Minneapolis garage-rock/pop-punk trio The Chinchees are now streaming the first track off their debut album. Listen to “Hey Boy” below.

The band’s self-titled debut full-length is due out later this month. If you want to hear a little more before that, check out the last EP from The Chinchees, Quaalude Era Elvis, which is available for free/name your price download here.

You can also check out the guys live at one of their upcoming March tour dates. Dates/locations are listed below the music, along with the tour poster.



The Two Tens release single “Keeping Hope Alive”

Los Angeles garage punks The Two Tens have released a new single called “Keeping Hope Alive.” The two-track single comes ahead of the release of their yet-to-be-named sophomore album that they will be putting out later this year. So far, the band has placed “Keeping Hope Alive” and b-side “Bama Lama Bama Loo” up for grabs, both digitally and on a limited colour variant 7″ vinyl. You can check it all out below.

The band’s upcoming album is scheduled for release sometime this year via Man Della Records.



DS Exclusive: Capital Youth (Garage Punk) Premieres Debut EP “Lemonade”

Our first international premiere of the new year is in and boy is it a whopper! Garage pop quartet, Capital Youth is releasing their debut EP Lemonade on the band’s label Roosevelt Records in co-production with Irascible Music Switzerland and they sent us the entire damn thing to stream exclusively for DS readers! As we don’t have our fingers on the pulse of the scene in Geneva, we hadn’t heard of these Swiss sensations before but with their energy and the lovely lo-fi ruckus that they create, we were instantly hooked! We really think you’re gonna love this one, gang! Stream all five tracks, below!

FFO: ToyGuitar, Fidlar, Ramones