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Western Settings enter the studio

According to a couple recent social media posts from the band, Western Settings have recently reentered the studio to begin recording new material. According to a post from both the band and Tyson Annicharico of Dead To Me, the recording process is halfway completed. You can see the posts below.

Western Settings last released an EP titled “Old Pain” in 2016.

DS Exclusive: The Charley Few (Punk/Oi) Premieres New LP Teufelshunde

It’s not every day we get to premiere music from an younger band with such a solid grasp on the old school Oi sound but these Philly punks certainly fit that bill! Their second studio album Teufelshunde released a few weeks back and since we totally missed it, we’re making up by streaming the whole damn thing, exclusively for DS readers! Head over to Bandcamp and download all three of their albums (the debut LP Punk Fire Never Die as well as a live album) for less than $10! While you’re waiting for the files to download (we’re looking at you, Spectrum subscribers), you can stream the trio’s newest album, in it’s entirety, below!

DS Exclusive: 7 Minute Martians (Pop Punk) Premieres Track From Upcoming Album

Later this week, Cincinnati-based pop punks, 7 Minute Martians will be releasing their debut album, Curious. To get you stoked, the boys sent over the third single from the forthcoming freshman offering (due out 3/15) exclusively for Dying Scene reader!  The track, “Smoked Out” is a melodic, lyrically-emotional, yet upbeat track with tight, Blink-182-esque harmonies. When asked about the new single, guitarist/vocalist Wil Viars told us, “This is a song about decaying love and one of my favorites off of the record. I like the metaphor of comparing a relationship to being in a burning building and a high-speed car chase in the chorus. The third verse will always hit me hard, as it’s about my mother’s suicide.” Check it out below!

Dying Scene Radio – Episode 5 – Band Spotlight: Decent Criminal (Bonus Interview w/ Shibby Pictures Founder, Jak Kerley)

It took longer than normal, but Episode Five of the new and improved Dying Scene Radio is finally here! Since the boys took so long to get us new shit, we made them pull double duty. So, jam those buds into your ears and check out the latest installment of DSR, featuring interviews with Northern California phenoms, Decent Criminal and Mr. Jak Kerley of Shibby Pictures at the Los Angeles screening of his newest documentary Baseball Punx. All of that plus, scene news, super rad music from emerging punk acts and as always, plenty of bullshitting (does AP call the lead singer of The Lawrence Arms, Brandon?). Git ta listenin’, below!

DS Exclusive: The Ray Gradys Premiere New EP “Told You So!”

Philadelphia based punks, The Ray Gradys (feat. Mr. Early Gates of Morning Glory fame) have a new EP coming out on March 3rd (preorders up at Bandcamp) and the trio sent over an advance copy to stream exclusively for Dying Scene readers! If you’re into good ole fashioned anti-authoritarian punk rock, you’re definitely going to wanna spin this one a few times. The tracks from the album will also be released as a split 7″ with fellow philly phenoms Seeing Snakes so keep an ear to the ground for that one! Now…git to gittin’! Stream the three song EP below!

Western Settings to tour with Dead To Me and DFMK this month

Western Settings will be playing a string of shows with Dead To Me in Arizona, California, and Nevada starting tomorrow. DFMK will join them for all but one date.

In April, Western Settings will be going on a European tour with Nothington.

Check out the list of dates for both tours below.

DS Exclusive: At Face Value Premieres Video for “Cinderella” From Upcoming EP

Baltimore, Maryland’s At Face Value (formally just Face Value) has a new album coming out later this Spring and to get you hooked, they sent over the debut music video from the upcoming EP Ivy & Echo. When we asked the lads about the video for the song, bassist Grayson Ross told us “’Cinderella’ was our first jab at writing a lighthearted party song. We came to a consensus that most of our songs are pretty sad or angry, so we wanted to mix it up. In the past, any attempt at writing a ‘merry’ song, seemed so cheese-ball. So, I started with the line ‘Tonight I’ll be, out back kicking it with old friends, listening to every song you can’t stand’. From there it formed into this loose story about getting over a negative situation through friendship. The name ‘Cinderella’ is an inside joke because I kept confusing our interim song title, ‘Skippity-BAM-BAM’ with ‘Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo’, which is how we got to ‘Cinderella’. We wanted a sort of Cinderella story with the video. We had a parkour gym location with Walmart animal mask, and just combined these in a cauldron with a hint of “The Wiggles” and what came out was this crazy, wonky, fast video.” Check it out below!

11 Songs to Jumpstart Your Week (Curated by DS Resident Renaissance Man, Anarchopunk)

Hey there comrades! Your favorite molotov cocktail waiter, Anarchopunk here with a perfect playlist to kick of your work week. If you’re unfamiliar with my work, there’s not much that I don’t do around here. In addition to hosting the official podcast of Dying Scene, I also manage the exclusive premieres, and try to chronicle every show possible in picture form for the DS Instagram page. Today’s playlist has a great balance of emerging artists as well as some older more well known acts from just about every genre you can think of. Variety is what I’m all about! Check it out below and remember, you don’t hate Mondays, you hate Capitalism.

Dying Scene Radio – Special Edition – Albums of the Year Episode


In this special edition of the new and improved Dying Scene Radio, the boys get drunk and talk about their favorite albums of 2017. What else do you need to know? Grab a cerveza and get to streaming, below and then weigh in on who’s list you think is better over on our social media pages (ed note: psssttt…..It’s AP’s)!

DS Exclusive: Dead Neck (UK) Premieres New Single “Die Tryin” From Upcoming Split With ActionMen

UK punks Dead Neck have announced a new split called Defections which will also feature Italian punks ActionMen. Although a release date has yet to be determined, the lads wanted DS readers get an early taste, so they sent over the debut single “Die Tryin'”. When we asked the lads about the track, they told us “We wrote this song a couple of years ago. It’s been in our set for a while and it’s good to get it out. It’s called ‘Die Tryin” because it’s about making the most out of what’s at our disposal, mutual aid and focusing my life on something other than trying to be rich. We’re currently on our way to start a tour of Japan with the world’s prettiest punk band ActionMen and are cacking our pants with excitement.” So, if you’re in the path of said tour (and don’t mind the smell of soiled pants) head on out and support the scene. Until then, stream the debut single, below, and avoid the odor all together!

10 Punk Songs To Jumpstart Your Week (curated by DS founder Dave Buck)

Ever wonder what the folks who run Dying Scene have been listening to lately?  We’re going to pretend you said “yes” to that question and feature a curated playlist from a different DS editor each week with the intent of exposing you to some new kickass punk bands.  This week we’re kicking things off with Dying Scene founder and head honcho Dave Buck.

Discover some great new tunes, and find out what makes him tick by streaming Dave’s personal picks below.

Dying Scene Founder Dave Buck’s Top 10 Punk Albums of 2017

Sup punk fans. I’m Dave, the super punk looking mofo in the above pic, and I founded this here website 7 or 8 years ago. I won’t waste your time telling you about the trials and tribulations of 2017 or how much the punk scene means to me. That’s not why you’re here. You’re here because you’re curious what an a-hole like me might have selected for his Top 10 Releases of 2017. You want to know if any of my selections overlap with your own or if you’ll discover an unknown gem or two. Well, find my list below, and I encourage you to stream tracks as you go.

DS Exclusive: The Clickbaits Release Video for Debut Single From Upcoming EP Fake News

We’re always stoked to premiere new music videos but we’re even stoked-er when the premiere is from a brand new band! Such is the case with today’s world premiere, which is brought to you by NYC based newcomers, The Clickbaits! The trio, which is fronted by Early Gates of Morning Glory fame, have only recently started playing so we really only know two things about them. 1) They have a pretty dope three track EP called Fake News due out on 12/29 (preorder on Bandcamp) and 2) We got our hands on the music video for “Bye Bye O’Reilly”, the debut single from the impending freshman album. Is there anything else you really need to know though!?? The answer is no. Now, getcho premiere on, below!

DS Exclusive: Total Massacre (Punk) Premieres New Single “War on Christmas (World is Over)” & Bonus Track From Upcoming Debut Album

Christmas sucks! You know it and LA based punk outfit Total Massacre knows it, too. To properly convey their ire for the Yuletide Holiday, the quartet (which consists of former members of Punk is Dead, Henchmen 21, and The Scuffs) are releasing their own version of that most pointless of holiday traditions: the novelty Christmas Song! And since the season is all about giving, the boys sent us the corrupt carol to stream exclusively for our readers! But wait…there’s more! In anticipation of their upcoming LP, they also sent along a bonus, teaser track from the freshman, self-titled album a whole week before the single is available to “the normies”. Get stoked…and then go and burn down a strip mall (ed: you can’t encourage readers to incite violence, regardless of how much you hate the holidays)! Stream both brutal tracks, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!

DS Exclusive: SNDWNR Premieres New Single, “Social Haunts”

Melbourne based pop punk quartet SNDWNR are releasing their second new single of 2017 this coming Friday (11/10) before heading out on a tour across their homeland. Even better news? The boys sent it over to stream, exclusively for DS readers a day early (unless you’re in Australia, then who knows, it could be Monday there. all we know id that Aussies live in the future)! The track, “Social Haunts” was created under the guidance of fellow countryman, Mike Deslandes (High Tension, The Nation Blue) and is a perfectly self reflective slice of power pop. Check it out (along with tour dates) below!

*SNDWNR’s last release was their sophomore EP Never Forever in 2016