The band will embark on a North American tour in support of the album’s release this summer. All of the dates and locations can be found below.
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Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 12:27 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Wednesday, June 24, 2015 at 2:30 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Tuesday, June 16, 2015 at 8:56 PM (PST) by ChrisDude
California ska-punk veterans Goldfinger have announced they are reissuing their 1997 album Hang-Ups on limited edition black and colored vinyl via SRC Vinyl. The reissue is due out on July 14th, and pre-orders are available here.
Other than one new song back in 2013, Goldfinger has not released a full-length studio album since Hello Destiny in 2008. The band has been promising a new album; we’ll keep you posted as more details on it come to light.
Tuesday, June 16, 2015 at 11:46 AM (PST) by The Torchbearer
She also released a humorous little video showing how the signing happened, which you can see below.
Allison Weiss’ last release was the EP Remember When which was launched last July via No Sleep Records.
Thursday, June 11, 2015 at 9:46 AM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
A few months ago we told you that SideOneDummy Records co-founder Joe Sib was planning to release a new comedy EP titled Don’t Call Me Dude, Bro and today we bring you that very same EP. You can give Don’t Call Me Dude, Bro a listen below.
Don’t Call Me Dude, Bro is a follow-up to Sib’s 2012 album, True Stories and Bad Ideas.
Thursday, May 28, 2015 at 8:59 AM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
You’re probably well aware that Chuck Ragan and Rocky Votolato have teamed up for a split EP titled Kindred Spirit. But did you know that even though it won’t be out until next week, you can hear it right now? That’s right. Give Kindred Spirit a listen here.
Chuck Ragan’s most recent album, Till Midnight, dropped in March 2014 on SideOneDummy. Rocky Votolato’s latest studio album, Hospital Handshakes, was released April 2015 on No Sleep Records.
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 2:17 PM (PST) by kimofhearts
It’s no secret that Chuck Ragan and Rocky Votolato are getting ready to release an upcoming split titled “Kindred Spirit”. The split 10-inch is slated for June 2nd through Chuck’s label, SideOneDummy Records.
In the meantime, check out the lyric video (directed by Jeff Rosenstock) for Chuck’s newest track, “Vagabond”, here. The song features Ben Nichols (Lucero) as well as Jon Snodgrass and Chad Price (Drag The River). Pre-orders of “Kindred Spirit”are available here.
Chuck Ragan’s most recent album, “Till Midnight”, dropped last year on SideOneDummy. Rocky Votolato’s latest studio album, “Hospital Handshakes,” was released last month on No Sleep Records.
Pennsylvania’s Superheaven (formerly known as Daylight) have released a music video for the track “Gushin’ Blood.” As the title suggests, it’s pretty hardcore; check it out here. According to guitarist/vocalist Taylor Madison, the track and corresponding video were inspired by his own sister’s recent ongoing struggles with heroin addiction.
“Gushin’ Blood” appears on the band’s brand-spankin’-new album, “Ours Is Chrome,” which hit the streets last week (May 4th) via SideOneDummy Records.
Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 6:01 PM (PST) by jaystone
Astute readers of our recent interview with the great Rocky Votolato may have noticed that he kinda spilled the beans about an upcoming split release with the also-great Chuck Ragan. We’re finally learning more about the project!
In the meantime, you can whet your appetite with a lyric video for the Votolato track “Sparks Of Recovery” here. As you’d expect, the track appears on “Kindred Spirit,” though it appeared as “Sparks” in an alternate form on his last album, “Television of Saints.” As you may not have expected, the video was directed by Jeff Rosenstock!
Rocky Votolato’s latest studio album, “Hospital Handshakes,” was released last month on No Sleep Records. Chuck Ragan’s last album, “Till Midnight,” dropped last year on SideOneDummy.
Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 5:33 PM (PST) by jaystone
As most of you know (because many of you attended) Andrew Jackson Jihad and Jeff Rosenstock just spent a while on the road together, touring the US with support from The Smith Street Band and Chumped. The A/V Club caught up with Rosenstock’s band and AJJ and had them each work on a medley of cover songs. The result is a nine-plus-minute opus that features the bands swtiching places mid song. You’ll hear their respective takes on songs from Weezer, Weetus, Heart, Neil Young, and a crap-ton more. Check it out here.
Andre Jackson Jihad is celebrating the one-year anniversary of their latest album, “Christmas Island,” which was released on May 6, 2014 via SideOneDummy Records.
The album serves as the follow-up to Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow which was released in September 2012 on Side One Dummy Records.
Saturday, May 2, 2015 at 7:41 AM (PST) by ChrisDude
The Briggs will release a self-titled EP this Tuesday (May 5th). 7 Seconds’ latest album, Leave a Light On, was released almost a year ago on Rise Records.
Thursday, April 30, 2015 at 11:45 AM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
Pennsylvania’s Superheaven (formerly known as Daylight) have released a full stream of their upcoming album, Ours Is Chrome. The album is the band’s sophomore effort, although it is their first album of new material to be released under the new name. You can give it a listen here.
Ours Is Chrome will be released on May 4, 2015 through SideOneDummy Records. It is the follow up to the band’s debut LP, Jar, which was released on April 30, 2014 on Run For Cover Records and re-released on September 22, 2014 on SideOneDummy.
Thursday, April 23, 2015 at 12:31 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
During their recent US tour, Australian rockers The Smith Street Band stopped by Little Elephant in Toledo, Ohio, to play their song “I Don’t Wanna Die Anymore” in-studio. Check out a video of the awesome performance below.
The band’s new album Throw Me In The River was released in October of 2014 through SideOneDummy (US), Uncle M Music (EU), Poison City Records (AU), Banquet Records (UK). They embark on a short run of UK shows with Gnarwolves tonight.
Thursday, April 23, 2015 at 8:03 AM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
In 2010, my (now defunct) band Bizarro Me played a show opening for Timeshares at a venue dubbed “Fort Smiles” in the quiet college town of New Paltz, NY. It was a fun time, and it was notable for being Bizarro Me’s first show where we had demos to hand out. One of the dudes from Timeshares got his hands on one of those demos, and, according to Bizarro Me’s drummer, had some less-than-nice words to say about my guitar tone and my ability to tune. (For the record, my guitar was tuned properly. I was just dumb and played the completely wrong chord progression on one song.) I decided then and there to never listen to Timeshares again. And I never did.
At least until I put on Already Dead. And damn… who needs to hold on to high school-esque grudges when you could be listening to albums like this?
Timeshares’ debut album, Bearable, was compared to Latterman on several occasions and for good reason: the shouted vocals were very bearish and there was an explosive quality to the song structures. On Already Dead, Timeshares expands upon that groundwork, adding in new elements and sounds, and in the process they come off as more seasoned and well-traveled. Early press releases have thrown Lucero’s name into the mix, but while Already Dead gets twangy as times, it’s not exactly cowpunk, and there are still plenty of gruff pop punk hooks. One thing is for sure: this is a confident record, with tight musicianship and lyrics that take a more personal approach.
“Stateline to Stateline” starts the album off on a semi-mellow note, helping to introduce the sonic shift to listeners, before kicking things up a notch with track two, “Tail Light.” That aforementioned guitar twang is there, but this time it’s backed up to the brim with some good old fashioned punk energy. These two songs kind of act as a guide of what to expect for the rest of the album: a laid-back vibe from tunes like lead singles “The Bad Parts” and “Spend the Night” interspersed with heavy hitting tracks like “Heavy Hangs,” “(Corner of) Park and Park,” and “Sister.” It might not be the first album to meld these kinds of sounds together, but that doesn’t stop it from being any less fun to listen to.
Releasing an album that deviates from a previously established sound can be tricky for artists, especially when it comes to playing punk rock (put us into large groups and we’re a fickle bunch, don’t deny it). Luckily for Timeshares, their back discography isn’t very extensive, so releasing an album like Already Dead can’t be seen as changing their sound so much as it should be seen as them defining it. Timeshares have grown in numerous ways, and Already Dead deserves the attention of everyone. Even that of people they may have insulted years ago.
4 / 5
RIYL: The Draft, The Replacements, Bangers