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Flogging Molly announce November-December U.S. tour

Posted by ChrisDude on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at 8:17 PM (PST)

Flogging Molly will embark on a month-long a U.S. tour, which takes place from next Friday to mid-December. All the dates and locations are below.

Flogging Molly have reportedly been working on a new album for a 2015 release, which will be their first since 2011′s The Speed of Darkness.

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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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Album Review: Restorations – “LP3″

Posted by ben.king on Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at 5:08 PM (PST)

Restorations‘ last record, LP2, was my album of the year for 2013. The album was short but full of the kind of huge guitar work that I love to hear in bands of their ilk (Hold Steady, Titus Andronicus, etc). But it was still a grower. A success story. “New Old” was a great track, and the rest of the album slowly grabbed my attention until I was listening to it everyday. It’s intricacy is where it excelled, and lyrically it started to build. It was a fantastic work of punk fury and classic rock hooks. LP3 had a lot to live up to.

Where LP2 let songs grow, and exists in a huge space, LP3 shows more restraint, pulling in small, post-rock kind of sounds. Restorations know how to use this sound. “Misprint” sounds restrained through clear guitar and gentle drums. And on the single, “Separate Songs,” the band builds for what feels like forever before the song explodes in its choruses, and specifically at the bridge. The band then pulls back again, all the way back, leaving a cavernous empty space.

Even on “Tiny Prayers,” the song that sounds the most like any previous Restorations material, the vocal style changes. Yelling in punk rarely has the emotion the vocalist is likely going for, but there’s a deliberateness and desperation in singer Jon Loudon’s voice, matching some of the genre’s best emotive vocalists.

I think the big standout on LP3 is on the closer, “It’s Not.” The song is a huge, 7 minute epic that is full of the kind of enormous sound that the band is showing their penchant for. LP3 takes what the band built with their 2013 breakout, and expand, twist, and grow that sound, never losing sight of themselves. Definitely a must listen for 2014.

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Music Video: Violent Soho – “Eightfold” off new album “Hungry Ghost”

Posted by milhouse on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 1:02 PM (PST)

Australian alt rock group Violent Soho just recently released their new album “Hungry Ghost” through SideOneDummy Records last month (you can stream it in its entirety here).

Today, the band has presented fans with the first music video from the album, for their track “Eightfold”. You can have a little view below.

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Interview: PUP talk about origins, Mexican food and more

Posted by Lauren Mills on Friday, October 24, 2014 at 8:31 PM (PST)

Toronto punks PUP were interviewed on Rocket From Russia. During the interview they discussed the band’s origins, Mexican food and more.

You can check it out here.

PUP released their self-titled debut back in April on SideOneDummy Records

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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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Restorations stream new album “LP3″

Posted by Hopeless Romantic on Monday, October 20, 2014 at 8:08 AM (PST)

Philadelphia rockers Restorations are streaming their new album, LP3, on NPR and you can check it out right here!

LP3 is set to be released on October 28th through SideOne Dummy Records. It will serve as a follow-up to 2013′s LP2.

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Philadelphia rockers Restorations recently played their new-ish song “Separate Songs” on Little Elephant Sessions. You can check out a video of the in-studio performance below.

The band’s upcoming album LP3 is set to be released on October 28th through SideOne Dummy Records. It will serve as a follow-up to 2013′s LP2.

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SideOneDummy launches radio station

Posted by Shawn-Ray Dalinsky on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 at 5:42 PM (PST)

SideOneDummy Records have launched a 24/7 radio channel on Dash Radio called The Basement. The station is “an around-the-clock station filled with punk classics, new favorites and a whole bunch of whatever the heck we want” according to the site.

Starting next week, the station will feature specialty programs hosted by the staff of SideOneDummy. Check out the announced shows below.

Restorations perform rare acoustic set (video)

Posted by GinaVenz on Friday, October 10, 2014 at 1:57 PM (PST)

Philadelphia prog-rockers Restorations  taped an acoustic session recently, and you can check out one of the tracks below.

“Most Likely a Spy” will appear on the band’s upcoming album, LP3, which will be released on October 28th on SideOne Dummy Records.

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Another “it came from left field” story for your Hump Day late-afternoon: the one-and-only Chuck Ragan is getting into the video game score composing game!

Ragan was approached by video game collective The Molasses Flood (featuring members of the teams responsible for BioShock, Halo 2 and 3, Guitar Hero, Rock Band and more) about coming up with a score for their upcoming game, “The Flame In The Flood.” The crowd-funded game “projects the gamer into a completely unique, procedurally-generated river, through environments inspired by the Everglades, The Mississippi Delta, Louisiana Bayou, and other quintessentially American places as you scrounge for resources, craft tools, remedy afflictions, evade the vicious wildlife, and most importantly, stay ahead of the coming rains.” If ever there was a game that was right up Ragan’s alley, it seems “The Flame In The Flood” is it.

We’ll keep you posted on details as they become available. In the meantime, you can check out more information on the project here, and see where you can catch Ragan on tour in support of his stellar latest full length (and album-of-the-year candidate) Till Midnight (SideOneDummy Records) right here. He’s also got the twentieth anniversary Hot Water Music tour coming down the ‘pike too; here are details.

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Restorations stream new song “Tiny Prayers”

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Wednesday, October 1, 2014 at 3:36 PM (PST)

Philadelphia’s Restorations are streaming another new song from their upcoming album LP3.  You can give “Tiny Prayers” a listen and find details on the band’s upcoming tour dates below.

LP3 is set to be released on October 28th through SideOneDummy Records. The record will serve as a follow-up to 2013′s LP2.

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Bomb The Music Industry! frontman Jeff Rosenstock, is streaming a new song entitled “Hey Allison” off his upcoming solo album, due out sometime later through Side One Dummy Records.

You can check out the song here.

In addition to releasing new music, Rosenstock also has some U.S. tour dates lined up.

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Music Video: PUP – “Mabu”

Posted by Johnny X on Wednesday, September 24, 2014 at 12:40 PM (PST)

Toronto punks PUP have filmed a live video for the track “Back Against The Wall.” Check it out below.

Do you remember your first car? Maybe you worked all summer to save up for it and man, was it worth it! The memories, the miles… sometimes a car can hold more meaning behind its tough, metal exterior than you’d expect. That’s the premise behind rising Toronto punks PUP ’s newest music video for their song “Mabu,” currently premiering right here.

When singer/guitarist Stefan Babcock realized his most prized possession, a beat up champagne-colored 96’ Toyota Camry named Mabu, was on its last leg, he knew he had to send her out in style. So naturally, he signed Mabu up for a real demolition derby and the rest is… well, just watch the video!

The song appears on PUP’s self-titled debut released back in April on SideOneDummy Records.

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Violent Soho stream upcoming album “Hungry Ghost”

Posted by JerryLowLife on Tuesday, September 23, 2014 at 11:15 AM (PST)

Australian alt rock group Violent Soho are currently streaming their new album Hungry Ghost in its entirety.

Give it a listen below.

Hungry Ghost is set to be released on September 30th through SideOneDummy Records.

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