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Friday, June 23, 2017 at 4:06 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Jeff Rosenstock just announced a headlining US tour for this summer with former bandmate Laura Stevenson. It will follow Rosenstock through his slot at Chicago’s Pitchfork Festival, with some dates in Canada and Mexico en route.
Tickets go on sale tomorrow (May 3rd). Scope the dates out below.
His latest album Worry was released in 2016 through SideOneDummy.
Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 8:50 PM (PST) by iamtheflood
Jeff Rosenstock has blessed us. Seriously. “Dramamine” is a killer track that I’ve listened to no less than a dozen times by now. It will be in my head for days. Solo projects catch a lot of flack, but Mr. Jeff clearly has the formula down and knows his way around song structure. If this song hooks you, check out last year’s album WORRY, out via SideOneDummy.
Listen to this track. Listen to it a lot. Listen to it below.
Wednesday, December 28, 2016 at 3:22 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
In 2014, Bomb The Music Industry! launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a documentary about the band. Almost three years later, the film titled Never Get Tired: The Bomb The Music Industry! Story has received a digital release.
Head over here to get your hands on the documentary. $5 gets you the full film, as well as deleted scenes and commentary by the band.
Bomb The Music Industry! disbanded in 2014. Their final album Vacation was released in 2011.
Monday, October 17, 2016 at 10:25 PM (PST) by Supermartinguy
WORRY was released October 14th through SideOneDummy Records. It marks Rosenstock’s 3rd solo album, following 2015′s We Cool?.
According to a social media post this weekend Jeff Rosenstock‘s new record is “gonna make u freak out maaaaaaaan”. You can view a short drum video of his ideas on his Instagram account. Unfortunately there are no concrete details to report as of yet.
Thursday, January 28, 2016 at 5:17 PM (PST) by Midwest Punk
Jeff Rosenstock last released We Cool in March 2015 via Side One Dummy Records.
Wednesday, December 23, 2015 at 4:04 PM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
The end of the year is always my favorite time of year because who doesn’t love massaging their own ego while talking about their favorite records? It’s wonderful to see everyone showing off their tastes in music, often times thought of as superior, and I love every moment of it. We were told directly by Dying Scene head honcho Johnny X that we had to stick to writing a simple list of 10 albums this year, but I decided to go in a different direction because anarchy. But also because I wrote this before he gave any guidelines.
You can jump into my self-indulgence below.
Wednesday, December 16, 2015 at 11:49 AM (PST) by Carson Winter
It’s hard not to love end of the year list season, no matter how hard I try. Its a big pat on the back that we give ourselves for liking the right stuff and summing up a year in one of most vital and interesting music genres in ten albums. Its not possible, I tell you. But, when we strive for the impossible we can at least fall short onto something unlikely, but probably good all the same. We can’t define an entire genre, but we can at least gain a little perspective. And if nothing else, that’s what I’m looking forward to.
I’ve lived in the Portland metro area for a year now. I’ve gone to more shows in the last year than I had for the previous entirety of my life. Its an amazing and beautiful thing seeing punk rock on the ground level– watching local bands thrash chords and scream like the art they make is the only thing keeping their heart thumpin’– whether there’s eyes to watch it or not. That’s probably colored my list a little more than it used to. I never had the opportunity to be exposed to this much music up close and personal before. The ringing in my ears is just an extra harmony to the song of the local level punk rocker, and I’m happy to sing it.
Friday, November 27, 2015 at 10:10 AM (PST) by villagebrown
New York ska-folk legend Jeff Rosenstock recently filmed a live cover of The Gaslight Anthem’s “The 59 Sound”, the lead single off the band’s album of the same name. The cover was recorded at the SideOneDummy Records headquarters as part of the label’s Artist on Artist series. The idea behind the series is essentially celebrating 20 years as a label by having artists on the current roster cover bands who are either on the label or were on it at some point. You can check out the full video below.
Jeff Rosenstock last released “We Cool” in March 2015 via SideOne Dummy Records.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 4:15 PM (PST) by Shawn-Ray Dalinsky
Bomb The Music Industry! frontman Jeff Rosenstock will be heading out on a lengthy tour starting March 18th with headliners Andrew Jackson Jihad, The Smith Street Band, and Chumped. Check out the dates below.
Thursday, February 19, 2015 at 9:16 AM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
Former-Bomb The Music Industry! frontman Jeff Rosenstock is streaming a new song called “Beers Again Alone”. The track comes off of Rosenstock’s upcoming solo LP, We Cool? and you can check it out here.
Rosenstock will release We Cool? on March 3, 2015 through Side One Dummy Records. Jeff will be hitting the road with Andrew Jackson Jihad, The Smith Street Band and Chumped for a full U.S. tour this spring.
Monday, January 5, 2015 at 10:27 AM (PST) by Lauren Mills
San Jose’s Shinobu are offering their new album “10 Thermidor” for “name your price” download.
The album was released on January 2, 2015 through Quote Unquote Records.
“Slowly getting the new material down! Should be recording within a month!”
The band last released “Marrowbone Lane” as a free download on August 2, 2014.
“The Void” appears on Shinobu’s upcoming album, 10 Thermidor. The 11 track album will be co-released by Really Records and Lauren Records.
Rather than going the tradition route of release, both labels are doing a fundraising pre-order for 10 Thermidor, with new tracks being released for every $1000 raised. At $3000 the entire album will be available to download for free via Quote Unquote Records. You can get your pre-orders / donations in here and here.