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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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The Smith Street Band release music video for “Surrender”

Posted by Midwest Punk on Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at 7:35 AM (PST)

Aussie folk-punks The Smith Street Band have put out a new music video for their song “Surrender.” The video is quite the messy one, and was shot all in one take. Check it out below.

The song is off the band’s upcoming album, Throw Me In The River, which is due out 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).

The Smith Street Band today kick off the European portion of their UK/EU tour with The Menzingers and The Holy Mess. Check out the remaining dates/locations below the video.

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Album Review: The Dirty Mugs – “Wildfire”

Posted by nickgoldma on Friday, October 3, 2014 at 5:24 PM (PST)

East Grand Record Company do an amazing job releasing a diverse amount of bands and music whom are relevant to the punk rock scene. The band I am covering today is a fantastic folk and punk act out of the back woods of Eastern Oklahoma called The Dirty Mugs. Their fusion of punk rock and folk music is like none other as they they make an effort to create their own sound while staying true to their punk rock roots. What automatically comes to mind is a mix of Chuck Reagan, and rockabilly greats, the Cramps, and you can certainly hear some inspiration from the Pogues, as well.

“Wildfire” brings a certain breed of energy that you seldom hear these days. For example, the first song off the record, “Dance With Me” is a high speed folk punk track that starts the album off with a fantastic tone. The anthemic “SGAF” is another gem that is accompanied by a melody you would here from a punk rock band. As I stated earlier, the Dirty Mugs are no stranger to trying new things and expanding their musical diversity while in “O’Death”, the intro sounds like a gospel song which is eventually followed by catchy guitar licks that you would hear in a band such as the Kings of Nuthin’ as well as an accordion. I really can’t complain about a band who goes out of their way to add different elements of music to keep the listener surprised and in suspense of the next song.

A personal favorite, “Row” is a pick me up type song that makes you want to put on your dancing shoes, and dance in a circle at one of their shows. If you are interested in more roots based songs (plenty of which are on this record), I would suggest hitting the track button to “Woodsfolk” or “As close as It Gets”. The explosive “Bomb Caravan” is a socially conscious track that makes you want to pump your fist with, as well. The album ends with “Expect Resistance” which is a perfect ending to the sixteen track powerhouse known as “Wildfire”. Its a short but sweet song that gives “Wildfire” the edge it needs. Overall, this is great album with roots based influences mixed with the energy of a punk rock band. I highly recommend this album to anybody who is a fan of true folk punk.

4/5 Stars

Frank Turner announces new rarities compilation; streams new song

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 9:30 AM (PST)

Frank Turner has announced that he will be releasing a third b-sides and rarities compilation album, appropriately titled The Third Three Years. The 21 track album will be released on November 21, 2014 via Xtra Mile Recordings, and feature plenty of demos, session recordings, and cover songs. You can pre-order the collection here.

Turner has released a stream of one of the tracks, an alternate version of “The Way I Tend to Be”, which originally appeared on Tape Deck Heart. You can check out the song, as well as the compilation’s track list, below.

Turner released his latest proper album Tape Deck Heart in 2013 on Interscope Records

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Shiny new record label Fringe Sound, founded by music journalist James Carlson, will be releasing a tribute to indie rock stalwarts Neutral Milk Hotel. The album, titled “The Songs of Neutral Milk Hotel: A Tribute,” features covers by Mischief BrewOff With Their Heads, and Days N Daze, among others.

The record is limited edition and 25 copies will be available for pre-order on October 6th. Check out the cover of “Ghost” by Endless Mike and the Beagle Club below.

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California folk-punk group Sledding With Tigers has just unleashed on the world a new music video for their song “Not So Body Posi After All”.

The track appears on the band’s newest album, “A Necessary Bummer” (which is streaming in its entirety right here). Check out the music video below.

The album is being released April 15th through Antique Records.

You can also download most of the band’s singles and EPs for free over on the Sledding With Tigers Bandcamp page.

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Mischief Brew announce new single and video

Posted by JerryLowLife on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 10:01 AM (PST)

Philly folk punks Mischief Brew have announced they will be releasing a new song called “O, Pennsyltucky!”  The song will be appearing on the band’s new album This Is Not For Children, which is due out early next year, but they are planning on releasing the song as a single in digital and cassette format along with two non-album tracks ”We are the ground,” and “Dirty overhauls.”  The single will be released on October 14th along with a video for “O, Pennsyltucky!”  Here’s what the band had to say about that video:

“The video was filmed entirely in the near-ghost town of Centralia, PA, known for the underground Anthracite coal fire that has been burning since the 1960s, and has reduced the population to the single digits. An abandoned highway leading to the town, buckled from the fire’s heat and overtaken by nature, also serves as a setting for the video. The song references Centralia in the lyrics, as well as other places in the state, including Three Mile Island. It is somewhat of a love song to Pennsylvania.”

Mischief Brew most recently released a previously lost album called “Kettle Rebellion” on April 1st of this year. You can read the story behind the record and stream it in full on the group’s Bandcamp page.

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