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Singer/songwriter Nate Allen, who we spoke to on the very first episode of the Dying Scene Podcast, has a new project! It’s called Nate Allen & The Pac-Away Dots and they’re currently raising money to release a new full-length album titled Take Out The Trash.

To get you all stoked for the record, we’re exclusively streaming a new track titled “We Don’t Even Know,” which you can check out below. If you like what you hear, be sure to contribute to the band’s Kickstarter for the album – they’ve got some cool rewards for donors.

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Sledding With Tigers back in the studio

Posted by Kaylee McNeil on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 8:02 PM (PST)

California folk-punk group Sledding With Tigers has just announced that they are back in the studio and working on an upcoming EP which will serve as a follow-up to their last release, A Necessary Bummer, which was launched in April via Antique Records.

On the pending EP, Sledding With Tigers creator, Dan Faughnder, commented:

It looks like it’s going to be a couple of folk songs about my feelings, about heartbreak, and about not being very good at either of those things! Also, there should be some saxophone on this one, which is very exciting and also very alarming to people who hate the saxophone. A lot of people will be disappointed that this album is not about Space Jam, and ya know what? So am I.

That’s all we know about the release for now, but we will keep you updated as always as more details come to light!

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Great Cynics stream new single “Lost & Found”

Posted by JerryLowLife on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 11:23 AM (PST)

London’s Great Cynics are streaming their new single that features the songs “Lost & Found” and “Wet Feet.”  You can check out the single here.

Lost & Found was released on a limited run of cassettes that have already sold out online, but the band will have copies on their European tour with Joyce Manor and Cheap Girls.

Great Cynics’ last release was a split with Muncie Girls that was released on March 10th through Specialist Subject Records, which is available for streaming and purchase on Bandcamp.

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Free Comp Download: Folk-O-Rama Vol. 4

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Monday, October 27, 2014 at 1:06 PM (PST)

The people at Folk-O-Rama have released the fourth volume in their long running series of folk-punk compilations, and as always it’s free to download! Check the comp out below, and head over here to grab it in the digital format of your choosing.

The Smith Street Band stream new album “Throw Me In The River”

Posted by Hopeless Romantic on Monday, October 27, 2014 at 8:12 AM (PST)

The Smith Street Band are streaming their highly-anticipated upcoming album Throw Me In The River in its entirety, and you can check it out below.

Throw Me In The River is set to be released on October 28th through SideOneDummy (US), October 31st on Uncle M Music (Europe) and Poison City Records (Australia), and November 3rd via Banquet Records (UK).

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Bostonian-turned-Californian folk-punk singer-songwriter Bryan McPherson has once again been tabbed (along with Blood Or Whiskey) as an opener for Dropkick Murphys on their upcoming eleven-date tour that runs from California to Oklahoma. Thanks to the long arm of the law that is The Walt Disney Company, McPherson will only be playing ten of the eleven dates. McPherson took to Facebook to explain:

BANNED by Disney!!! Well holy fucking shit people, I just got Banned from playing the Anaheim show (editor’s note: show date is November 5th) by Disney since the venue is in their complex. The reason? My “Anti-political police views and drug insinuation”. Well I’m honored they actually listened to the words. I’m floored. What an honor!!!

We’ve reached out to Disney, LiveNation and the House of Blues in Anaheim for comment (seriously…we have!). As of this writing, it’s been all radio silence, but we’ll keep you posted. Head below for the full tour rundown.

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The Smith Street Band are streaming a new track titled “I Don’t Wanna Die Anymore,” taken from their highly-anticipated upcoming album Throw Me In The River. You can give the song a listen below.

Throw Me In The River is set to be released on October 28th through SideOneDummy (US), October 31st on Uncle M Music (Europe) and Poison City Records (Australia), and November 3rd via Banquet Records (UK).

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UK folk punk group Old Coyote Club has released a new song titled “It Ain’t Easy Having Pals”. The Halloween-themed track is set to appear on the band’s upcoming EP The Serotonin Hustle. You can stream or download the track for free below.

There’s no official release date for The Serotonin Hustle just yet, but we’ll keep you posted as that information becomes available. It will follow the band’s first EP, The Clubhouse Sessions

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Hoist the Colours stream new song “Mullet (For My Valentine)”

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 10:31 AM (PST)

Dutch punk band Hoist The Colours has released a new song titled “Mullet (For My Valentine)”. The track comes off Having a Full English, the band’s upcoming split record with ASBO Peepshow and you can give it a listen below.

Having a Full English will be released on October 25, 2014 via Morning Wood Records.

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Canadian anarcho folk punk act The Drunken Wobblies are putting out their self-titled debut full-length on November 3rd through Manic Records, with a short run of shows coinciding with its release. You can stream the entire thing and check out the tour dates below.

If you like what you hear, be sure to support the band by picking up a physical copy of the album from their Bandcamp page.

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Music Video: Days N Daze – “Fallout”

Posted by JerryLowLife on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 at 9:11 AM (PST)

Folk punk act Days N Daze have just released a music video for their song “Fallout.”

Check it out below.

“Fallout” is off the band’s split with fellow folk punkers Rail Yard Ghosts, which you can check out here.  Days N Daze’s last full length was Rogue Taxidermy, which was released last August and can be found here.

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New music video and EP from Mischief Brew – “O, Pennsyltucky!”

Posted by Midwest Punk on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 at 7:00 AM (PST)

Philly folk punk outfit Mischief Brew have a new EP out today (October 14th), called O, Pennsyltucky! You can stream the 3-song EP below.

Just below that, you’ll also find a new video for the title track of the EP. That track will also be featured on the band’s upcoming album, This Is Not For Children, which is due out in early 2015.

Mischief Brew last released a previously lost album called Kettle Rebellion back on April 1st. You can read the story behind the record and stream it in full on the group’s Bandcamp page.

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Tail Light Rebellion announces Black River Bandits tour

Posted by Jonny Swagger on Friday, October 10, 2014 at 3:57 PM (PST)

Tail Light Rebellion, only back for 2 weeks after their ‘Warrants in my Name’ tour, are headed back out again.

You can check out the dates below.

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Toronto’s acoustic folk-punks Revisionist have announced tour dates for November in support of their upcoming full-length “Trenches”, due out Nov. 4th.

They’re also streaming a new single from the album, “Wake Me Up When March Ends.”

You can check out the list of tour stops and give the new track a listen below.

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Roughneck Riot (folky punk) stream new album “Out of Anger”

Posted by Johnny X on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 at 6:51 AM (PST)

Warrington folk-punkers The Roughneck Riot are streaming their upcoming new album Out of Anger in its entirety below.

Out of Anger will be released October 13th, 2014 via TNS Records and will serve as a follow-up to 2012′s This Is Our Day.

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