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Watch: AJJ perform “Junkie Church” at SideOneDummy HQ

AJJ, who will always-and-forever remain better known as Andrew Jackson Jihad, are among the myriad artists putting out special releases for Record Store Day today. Specifically, the Arizona-based quartet are slated to drop Decade of Regression: Live at SideOneDummy, and have now debuted the video performance of that album’s version of “Junkie Church” for your viewing enjoyment. Check it out below.

“Junkie Church” originally appeared on AJJ’s latest album, last year’s “The Bible 2,” obviously released on SideOneDummy.



Chris Farren performs “Still Beating” on Live From The Rock Room

Chris Farren (Fake ProblemsAntarctigo Vespucci, etc.) recently performed “Still Beating” on Live From The Rock Room, and you can check out the video below.

“Still Beating” comes from Chris Farren’s latest album Can’t Die, which was released on September 2nd through SideOneDummy Records.



Microwave release video for “Dull”

Georgia emo punks Microwave have released a video for “Dull”. The track is from their full length “Much Love”, which came out back in September 2016 via SideOneDummy Records.

You can watch the video below.



Jeff Rosenstock announces UK/EU tour

Jeff Rosenstock has announced a slew of upcoming European tour dates. The month-long jaunt kicks off at Groezrock on April 30th and runs through May 27th in Brighton, UK. Check out the full rundown below.

Rosenstock is still touring in support of his latest release, last year’s stellar “WORRY.” which was put out via SideOneDummy.



Goldfinger begin working on first album in 9 years

As of late, California ska-punk veterans Goldfinger are in the studio working on their first album in years. No further more information has been revealed, but Nick Hexum from 311 revealed on Instagram that he is doing guest vocals on the new record.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the Goldfinger record come to light. The band has not released a full-length studio album since Hello Destiny in 2008.



Video: Meat Wave – “To Be Swayed” Live From The Rock Room

Chicago’s Meat Wave recently stopped by The Rock Room (Illinois live off the floor recording sessions) to record a few songs. Here is a take of their song “To Be Swayed.” This song appears on their upcoming album, The Incessant. You can check the session out below.

The Incessant, which is set to be released on February 17th via SideOneDummy Records.



PUP announce spring tour dates

Toronto punks PUP have announced they will be playing a handful of shows this spring. Most of the tour runs through the eastern US, and it will wrap up at Pouzza Fest in Montreal.

Check out the tour dates below to see if the band’s stopping in a city near you.

PUP’s latest album The Dream Is Over came out last May on SideOneDummy Records.



The Smith Street Band announce new album, release music video for new song – “Birthdays”

Australian folk-punk outfit The Smith Street Band have a new music video out for their new song, “Birthdays.” Watch/listen below.

The song comes from the band’s new full-length album, More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me. That’s due out April 7th on Pool House/Remote Control Records (Aus), SideOneDummy Records (North America), Specialist Subject Records (UK), and Uncle M (EU). It’s up for pre-order now right here.

The album, produced by Jeff Rosenstock, is the band’s first full-length since their 2014 release, Throw Me In The River.



Meat Wave stream new album “The Incessant”

Chicago’s Meat Wave are streaming their new album The Incessant in its entirety. You can give the full 12-song record a listen below.

The Incessant comes out tomorrow, February 17th through SideOneDummy Records. The album serves as a follow-up to 2015’s Delusion Moon.



Video: Meat Wave – “Run You Out” Live from The Rock Room

Chicago’s Meat Wave recently stopped by The Rock Room (Illinois live off the floor recording sessions) to record a take of their song “Run You Out.” This song appears on their upcoming album, The Incessant. You can check the session out below.

The Incessant, which is set to be released on February 17th via SideOneDummy Records.



Meat Wave stream new song “Bad Man” off upcoming album “The Incessant”

Chicago punk trio Meat Wave have released a new song for us all to enjoy! The track is called “Bad Man” and it is, along with the rest of the album, a self-reflection for vocalist/guitarist Christopher Sutter following the slow end to an 11-year relationship.

These emotional times lead Sutter to write some of the best material he has ever laid down and, with the help of legendary engineer Steve Albini, the band has been able to churn out an album that is leagues above anything they have done before. This track is but an indication of the things to come on the rest of the record.

You can listen to the new song here.

The Incessant is set to be released on February 17th via SideOneDummy Records.



Jeff Rosenstock releases music video for “Pash Rash”

Jeff Rosenstock has released a new music video for “Pash Rash,” which is taken from his latest album WORRY. You can check it out below.

WORRY was released in October, 2016 through SideOneDummy Records.



Music Video: Meat Wave – “Run You Out”

Chicago rockers Meat Wave have released a video for their new song “Run You Out.”

You can check it out here.

“Run You Out” comes from the bands’ upcoming album The Incessant, which is set to be released on February 17th via SideOneDummy Records.



DS Staff Picks – Carson Winter’s Top 10 Albums of 2016


It’s been a big year for me. I’ve gone to a bunch of shows, I made it out to my first ever Punk Rock Bowling (and finally met Head Honcho Dave), and I got my first pro-paid short story bought up by an indie publisher. 2016 has been alright by me. Now, what do we have in terms of music this year? Well, if there’s anything I learned, it was that I am essentially a boring, dyed-in-the-wool melodic punk dude. I got the beard, the glasses, the flannel; I love the Menzingers and Hot Water Music. Just look at my top three albums this year, I am a predictable beast. But, I think that’s okay. I’ve embraced my own cliches and have realized that if there’s one things I like, it’s throaty vocals and singalong anthems.

With that said though, there were a couple other genres that represented themselves for me this year that I absolutely fell in love with, so maybe those horizons aren’t set in stone quite yet. Maybe 2017 will tell a new story. Click here for my best albums of 2016.



Big D and the Kids Table announce “Strictly Rude” album shows

March 2017 will somehow mark the ten-year anniversary of the release of Big D and the Kids Table‘s landmark album, Strictly Rude. If you live in the northeast quadrant of the US, you’ll get a chance to see the band revisit that very album in concert for a few special nights.

Between February 24th and 26th, the Boston-based ska punk vets will play the album (and, we’re sure, at least a couple other tunes) in Boston, Brooklyn and Baltimore, in that order. More specific information, including venues and opening bands, is yet to come…stay tuned!

Strictly Rude was released in 2007 (duh) on SideOneDummy Records.