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Las Vegas’ own folk punk singer-songwriter Bobby Meader Music  recently caught up with OG Dying Scenester Tommy and filmed a one-off, impromptu video for an acoustic cover of the Manchester Orchestra song “Deer.” Check it out below; it’s really, really good.

Bobby Meader Music (that’s first name “Bobby Meader,” last name “Music,” but you can call him Miss Jackson if you’re nasty) released his latest effort, My Coffee’s All Cold, August 10, 2013. If you’re so inclined, the original version of “Deer” appears on Manchester Orchestra’s 2011 release, Simple Math.

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Frank Turner announces Australia / New Zealand tour in April 2015

Posted by milhouse on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 2:30 PM (PST)

Frank Turner recently stated plans to begin tracking a new album starting next month. Today, the folk genius has announced an Australian and New Zealand tour with his band The Sleeping Souls planned for next April. I know it seems far away, but these shows will fill up fast, and before you know it Spring will be upon us.

You can check out a complete list of tour dates and locations below.

The as-yet-untitled release will be Turner’s 6th studio album, following last year’s “Tape Deck Heart”. Frank is also working on a memoir from his times on tour, as well as a compilation album of b-sides and other rare tracks. You can read more about that here.

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Frank Turner will record a new album in December

Posted by GinaVenz on Friday, November 14, 2014 at 12:45 PM (PST)

Frank Turner will be tracking a new album starting next month, according to his blog.  The as-yet-untitled release will be his 6th studio album, following last year’s Tape Deck Heart.  Turner is also working on a memoir from his times on tour, as well as a compilation album of b-sides and other rare tracks.  You can read more about that here.

Turner’s full blog post, which details his album plans and upcoming shows, is available below.

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Free Download: Black Mountain Moonshine – ’100 Proof” EP

Posted by DrumScum89 on Thursday, November 13, 2014 at 8:30 AM (PST)

Arizona based folk-punk band Black Mountain Moonshine recently released their debut EP, 100 Proof. The band has made it available as a name-your-price download, with no minimum required. You can stream it below, or snag a download here.

100 Proof is the group’s first release since their formation in 2013.

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New Music: Lexington Field (American fiddle punk) – “Whiskey”

Posted by jaystone on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at 5:32 PM (PST)

Brand new music from the gang in Lexington Field tonight. The San Diego-based fiddle rockers are premiering the brand new track “Whiskey.” Check it out below.

Lexington Field recently signed to East Grand Record Company and are busy working on a 2015 full-length. Recording is set to begin January 10th. Stay tuned!

Lexington Field’s last album was 2013′s “No Man’s War,” was released on New Folk and Blind Eye Records. If you’re not familiar with Lexington Field, check out “No Man’s War”here.

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Acoustic punks Bandit The Panther from London, UK have announced some tour dates in their home country supported by Dr. Napalm Explosion from Finland.

Check out the full list of dates and locations below.

Bandit The Panther released I Have This Town last year on Aaahh! Real Records.

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The Homeless Gospel Choir announces winter tour dates with Listener

Posted by hayley on Monday, November 10, 2014 at 2:42 PM (PST)

Derek Zanetti, the one man folk-punk act known as The Homeless Gospel Choir, has just announced a string of winter tour dates featuring Listener. Check out the full list of dates below.

The Homeless Gospel Choir last released “I Used To Be So Young,” on July 15th through A-F Records.

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Full Set Video: Fake Problems – Live at Fest 13

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Thursday, November 6, 2014 at 11:16 AM (PST)

As you’re probably aware, last week the annual Fest took place in Gainesville, Florida. If you were unlucky enough to attend (or if you did attend and are currently experiencing Fest-pression) and want to see what you missed, don’t worry: live set videos from the weekend are beginning to pour in.

First up, is footage of Florida natives Fake Problems, playing at the 8 Seconds Club. You can watch their whole set below.

Fake Problems released their third studio album, “Real Ghosts Caught On Tape,” in September 2010 through SideOneDummy Records

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Murder By Death kickstart presale of new album “Big Dark Love”

Posted by kimofhearts on Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at 4:18 PM (PST)

Indiana folk rockers Murder By Death have launched a new kickstarter for their upcoming album “Big Dark Love”. Along with the presale come some other fun items including the band’s very own poster art book. You can find out how to contribute, watch their video and learn more below.

In order to meet their goal, the band is hoping “Big Dark Love”  makes $150,000 by December 5th. A high goal, for sure, but they can be confident knowing that the last kickstarter they started raised $187,048 in August of 2012.

2012′s “Bitter Drink, Bitter Moon,” was released on Bloodshot Records, and awarded the band the title of third most successful musical artist to use kickstarter. If you contributed to that presale, you’ll receive bonus tracks of B-Sides/acoustic versions of songs from the new record.

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Music Video: This Wild Life – “405″

Posted by ChrisDude on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 at 8:13 PM (PST)

Long Beach, California acoustic duo This Wild Life have premiered a music video for their song “405″. You can watch the video below.

“405″ is taken from This Wild Life’s latest album Clouded, which was released last May on Epitaph Records.

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Revisionist (folk punk) stream new album “Trenches”

Posted by JerryLowLife on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 at 11:35 AM (PST)

Toronto’s acoustic folk-punks Revisionist are currently streaming their new album Trenches in its entirety.  Check it out below.

If you like what you hear, you can grab the album for free download through the month of November.

Trenches was released today, November 4th.

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Dying Scene Podcast 011: Nate Allen and the Pac Away Dots

Posted by ben.king on Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 2:14 PM (PST)

Kansas City-based Nate Allen joins us to talk about his new “solo” project Nate Allen and the Pac Away Dots. He talks about getting serious, the new record Take Out the Trash, and the associated Kickstarter project. Plus, we countdown the top three tracks of the week, and I share some new music from some of my favorite female artists.

Check it out here!

The Dying Scene Podcast comes out sometimes, and is available here, or in iTunes, or on Stitcher. If you want to keep up with us even better, join us on Facebook or Twitter. Of course, you can email us too!

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Video: Tonight We Sing cover “Burn Out” by Why Jack live

Posted by Kaylee McNeil on Saturday, November 1, 2014 at 1:34 PM (PST)

French folk punk group Tonight We Sing have just released a live video in which they cover the song “Burn Out” by French bluegrass-punk act Why Jack. You can check out the video below.

The latest release by Tonight We Sing was their January EP, launched earlier this year.

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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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