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Welcome back to Answer That and Stay Fashionable, where every week various members of the Dying Scene team will take a question posed by you, the readers, and pour their hearts out in regards to all things punk rock: from favorite records and show experiences to embarrassing purchases and fashion styles. If it’s punk, it’s fair game. This week’s question:

“Lots of bands like to put out plenty of ridiculous items with their name attached to it (simple things like oddly colored or shaped vinyl, to uncommon articles of clothing to Zippo lighters or hot sauce). What is the most embarrassing and / or most expensive piece of punk memorabilia that you own?”

Read our responses below.

Answer That and Stay Fashionable: What Is Your Dream Supergroup?

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Friday, April 11, 2014 at 3:00 PM (PST)

Welcome back to Answer That and Stay Fashionable, where every week various members of the Dying Scene team will take a question posed by you, the readers, and pour their hearts out in regards to all things punk rock: from favorite records and show experiences to embarrassing purchases and fashion styles. If it’s punk, it’s fair game. This week’s question:

“There are so many punk rockers out there that seem to know each other but never collaborate musically. Which punk rockers would you like to team up to start a band together?”

Read our responses below.

Welcome back to Answer That and Stay Fashionable, where every week various members of the Dying Scene team will take a question posed by you, the readers, and pour their hearts out in regards to all things punk rock: from favorite records and show experiences to embarrassing purchases and fashion styles. If it’s punk, it’s fair game. This week’s question:

“Are there any bands that you think broke up before their prime? How about bands that you think should have broken up sooner?”

Read our responses below.

Ellesmere release music video for “Man Horse”

Posted by Lauren Mills on Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 12:57 PM (PST)

Vancouver skate punk act, Ellesmere, have released the music video for their song “Man Horse.”

You watch it below.

The song appears on their debut EP, “Bail City,” which was released in 2013 through Dying Scene Records. The EP is up for name your price download.

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Welcome back to Answer That and Stay Fashionable, where every week various members of the Dying Scene team will take a question posed by you, the readers, and pour their hearts out in regards to all things punk rock: from favorite records and show experiences to embarrassing purchases and fashion styles. If it’s punk, it’s fair game. This week’s question:

“It seems pretty common that no matter how good a band is, eventually they will release at least one album that is not well-received by their fans, becoming a stain on an otherwise flawless discography. What’s your favorite ‘bad album’ by a great band?”

Read our responses below.

The kind-hearted folks at Allpunk Records have got a free downloadable compilation comprised of eighteen of their favorite all punk artists for you to enjoy. Featured are bands like The Dead Sparrows, The Barefoot Sailor, Bleed American, The Stiff Joints, and Dying Scene Records‘ own Ellesmere.

Check out the comp and snag your digital copy below.

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Welcome back to Answer That and Stay Fashionable, where every week various members of the Dying Scene team will take a question posed by you, the readers, and pour their hearts out in regards to all things punk rock: from favorite records and show experiences to embarrassing purchases and fashion styles. If it’s punk, it’s fair game.

This week’s question:

“Sometimes punk bands will begin making music that’s very un-punk, but still manages to be pretty good. Who’s your favorite punk band that stopped playing punk?”

Read our responses below.

Oregon emo act Arrows and Stones are gearing up to release their new EP “The Things We’ve Called Home” on May 3rd and to hold you all over ’til the record’s released, we’re bringing you an exclusive stream of a brand new track that will be appearing on it!

So go ahead and give “Inside Your Head” a listen below. If you like what you hear, make sure to head over here to pre-order a physical or digital copy of the 6-song EP.

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Toronto punk act The Bare Minimum are gearing up to self-release their debut album, Hit After Hit next week and to get you stoked for this release, we’re bringing you an exclusive stream of the band’s new single Sheets in the Wind”!

You can give a listen to the track below.

The Bare Minimum will be releasing Hit After Hit digitally and on CD through their Bandcamp page on March 25, 2014.

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Welcome to Answer That and Stay Fashionable, where every week various members of the Dying Scene team will take a question posed by you, the readers, and pour their hearts out in regards to all things punk rock: from favorite records and show experiences to embarrassing purchases and fashion styles. If it’s punk, it’s fair game.

This week’s question:

“What made you decide to write/blog, where did you start and how’d you end up with Dying Scene?”.

Read our responses below.

Polish music blog Melodic Punk Style has just released a third free compilation. The comp, titled Sound of Us. Volume III, includes 27 tracks by 27 different bands. Among the bands included on this volume are A Wilhelm Scream, Mad Choice, Forus, Torches To Triggers, DC Fallout and DyingScene Records‘ very own Ellesmere!

You can check out Sound of Us. Vol. III below.  And if you like it, download it for free!

Sound of Us, Vol. III follows Melodic Punk Style’s the second entry in this series, Sound of Us Volume II, which was released on January 20th.

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Today we are stoked to bring you the latest release from Dying Scene Records.  Vancouver skate punk act, Ellesmere, have officially dropped their debut EP “Bail City” and you can stream that bi-otch in its entirety below.  If you dig it, guess what?  You can download it for free! And yeah, if you wanted to donate a few bucks we all might see a full-length from these dudes all the quicker.  Giddyup!

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Ellesmere (Dying Scene Records) streams new song “This Time We Ride”

Posted by Johnny X on Monday, December 9, 2013 at 12:22 PM (PST)

Vancouver skate punk act, Ellesmere, have premiered a brand new track titled “This Time We Ride” off their upcoming debut EP “Bail City” and you can give it a listen here.

“Bail City” is being released tomorrow (December 10th) by the devilishly good looking people at Dying Scene Records.  If you haven’t taken a chance to listen to these dudes yet and you’re a fan of melodic punk rock somewhere between NOFX and old New Found Glory then pull your head out of your arse and do it now.

You can also check out three other tracks from the forthcoming release on bandcamp.

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Dying Scene Records‘ latest signing, Ellesmere, has premiered the title track off their upcoming debut EP “Bail City.”  If you haven’t taken a chance to listen to these dudes yet and you’re a fan of melodic punk rock somewhere between NOFX and old New Found Glory then do it now and do it here.

“Bail City” is due out December 10th on Dying Scene Records.  You can also check out the first two tracks from the release on bandcamp.

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Dying Scene Records‘ latest signing, Ellesmere, has premiered the second new track off their upcoming debut EP “Bail City.”  The tune is called “Forty Five” and if you think pre “Take Off Your Pants And Jacket” era Blink 182 meets “Punk In Drublic” era NOFX sounds like a good mix you’ll definitely want to give it a listen.

Stream “Forty Five” here.

“Bail City” is due out December 10th on Dying Scene Records.  You can also check out the first track from the release on bandcamp.

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