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The Attack (punk) stream new album “On Condition”

Orlando punk quartet, The Attack just released their new album “On Condition” via gold standard record label Paper + Plastick and you can stream the entire thing right here.

If you’ve yet to be introduced to this phenomenal foursome, imagine Pennywise and Bouncing Souls being put into a blender and left on frappé for an hour.

The Attack last released Of Nostalgia and Rebellion in 2013.



Free download of Road to Fest Sampler from Gainesville’s Paper + Plastick Records

In preparation for for the 15th annual Fest in Gainesville Florida, Paper + Plastick Records has compiled a 15 track sampler called “Road to Fest 15″.

Check out the track list and download the free sampler below.

 

 

 

 



Coffee Project (acoustic, Florida) release new song “Anxiety and the Coconut Bar” and announce album

Gainesville folksters, Coffee Project, have announced a forthcoming album, due for release in 2017. More precise details about the record are currently unknown but you can take a listen to their latest track “Anxiety and The Coconut Bar” below, to give you a flavor of things to come.



DS Exclusive Stream: The Attack (Punk) Premieres Single,”Call to Arms” From Upcoming Album “On Condition”

Orlando punk quartet, The Attack has a new LP coming out on November 11th via gold standard record label Paper + Plastick. Patience has never been our strong suit, so we’re just gonna go ahead and premiere the single, “Call to Arms” a few weeks early if no one objects!

If you’ve yet to be introduced to this phenomenal foursome, imagine Pennywise and Bouncing Souls being put into a blender and left on frappé for an hour. Who wouldn’t like that? Lend it your ears, below!

The Attack last released Of Nostalgia and Rebellion in 2013.



The Attack (punk) streaming new song – “Sons And Daughters”

Orlando punk band The Attack are streaming a brand new track, called “Sons And Daughters.” You can listen to it below.

The song comes from the band’s upcoming album, On Condition, which is due out November 11th on Paper + Plastick. Pre-order a digital copy of the album here.

Leading up to the album’s release, the band are playing a string of shows in Quebec and the northeast US. Check out those dates/locations below.



Win a free fexi-disk of The Attack’s new album “On Condition”

On November 11th Orlando punks The Attack will be releasing their new album On Condition and the good folks at Paper + Plastick want to give you a free copy of the flexi disk. All you have to do to win is download a free 4 song digital sampler of the band’s music. This might be the easiest contest you’ve ever entered. Download it and enter the contest here.



The Attack stream new song “Breaker Breaker,” detail upcoming album

Orlando punks The Attack have premiered a new song titled “Breaker Breaker,” and revealed more details on their upcoming album On Condition.

You can give the song a listen and check out the album’s cover art and tracklist below.

On Condition is set to release on November 11th through Paper + Plastick.



Protagonist (skate punk) announce dates in New England before Fest

Protagonist has announced they’ll be doing a couple northeast dates before the Fest. Joining them will be Divided Heaven and Weaklings. You can see the dates and stream some tunes below.

Protagonist’s last release was “Jean Jackets In June” in October 2015.



The Shell Corporation announce west coast tour dates

California punks The Shell Corporation have announced they will be playing a short string of west coast shows in September. See if they’re stopping near you below.

The band’s last full-length album Mandrake was released in 2014 through Paper + Plastick and Solidarity Recordings.



Brogues (ex-Morning Glory) release “Cruel World” music video

Brogues (ft. former Morning Glory members Shawn Gardiner and Early Graves) have released a new music video for their song “Cruel World.” Check it out below.

The track is taken from the band’s new album Heart & Song, which came out on May 20th through Paper + Plastick Records.



The Shell Corporation to release cover of The Ruts’ “Babylon’s Burning” on flexi disk

California punk act The Shell Corporation have announced that they will release their Babylon’s Burning flexi on digitally on July 22nd through Encapsulated Records.

Originally written and recorded by The Ruts, The Shell Corporation recorded an amazing version of Babylon’s Burning. This flexi is a one time pressing of 250 copies on blue vinyl. All profits from record sales, digital downloads and streams will be donated to the North Shore Animal League America. More info can be found here.

You can pre-order the flexi here.

The Shell Corporation released their sophomore album Mandrake in 2014 through Paper + Plastick and Solidarity Recordings.



The Ataris stream new EP in its entirety, announce tour dates

Southern California pop punk veterans The Ataris are streaming their brand new EP October in This Railroad, which was released yesterday, in its entirety. You check that out below, along with the dates for their upcoming U.S. tour, which will feature some support from Unwritten Law and The Maxies.

The Ataris are reportedly still working on their long-awaited new album The Graveyard of the Atlantic, which will be their first since 2007′s Welcome the Night. It is not known when it will be released, but we’ll keep you posted as more details come to light.



Riverboat Gamblers stream “Massive Fraud”

Riverboat Gamblers have returned with a track called “Massive Fraud.” Also included was a b-side cover of “Hate The Police” by the Dicks. The tracks premiered on Noisey with an interview of Mike Wiebe that you can check here. The tracks, as always, are below.

Riverboat Gamblers’ last release was the “Time to Let Her Go”/”I Wanna Destroy You” single in 2015.



The Helltons (French Pop-punk) release video for “Space Jam Club”

The Helltons have released a new music video for their song “Space Jam Club” from their 10″ EP titled “Dead Wrong” released by Paper + Plastick. The music reminds me of later era Pennywise (or at least, of Lindberg’s vocals) and also reminds me of my childhood, for some reason I can’t put my finger on…anyway check out the video below!

 

The Helltons have 3-song split upcoming on P+P as well.



Junior Battles streaming song – “I Think It Was Called ‘The Bus That Couldn’t Slow Down’”

Toronto punks Junior Battles are streaming a new song with a really long name. Listen to ”I Think It Was Called ‘The Bus That Couldn’t Slow Down’” right here.

The track comes off a split with Michigan punk group Bong Mountain. You can hear that band’s side of the split over here. It’s available via digital only, or digital on a USB skull over here at Paper + Plastick.