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Problem Daughter [punk] release new music video for “Liars”

Salt Lake City punk act Problem Daughter have just premiered a music video for their new track “Liars”, a terrific pop-punk anthem with a great slow-build intro, galloping upbeat outro, and a string of catchy as hell transitions in between. Check it out below.

The track appears on the band’s brand new album, “Fits of Disorganized Boredom” released by the exceptionally good looking folks at Dying Scene Records. We strongly recommend you give the entire album a listen here and find out what all the hype is about.



Western Settings stream new song, announce US tour

Southern California punks Western Settings have made the title track of their upcoming EP Old Pain available to stream, and announced a US tour in support of the release. Check out the song and tour dates below.

Old Pain is set to release on April 15th through La Escalara Records (digital & CD) and Creator-Destructor Records (10″ vinyl). Head over here to pre-order the EP.



Stream Yorkshire Rats new EP “Trouble City”

UK punk ‘n’ rollers Yorkshire Rats have a brand new EP titled Trouble City out on March 15th, and we’re bringing you an exclusive stream of the entire release! Listen to all 3 tracks below.

Trouble City is a follow up to the band’s last full-length Sea of Souls released last March by Indelirium Records.



Album Review: Problem Daughter – “Fits of Disorganized Boredom”

I love Problem Daughter. They’re one of those rare bands that come out of nowhere and slap you in the face with their art, daring you to doubt all the good music being made in this big old world. They come from Salt Lake City and their album Fits of Disorganized Boredom is one of the best things I’ve heard in a long time. It has the relentless hooks of Junior Battles, coupled with the more mature melodic punk stylings of The Flatliners, all fit into the loose mold of post-hardcore song structure– where songs have parts, but aren’t necessarily beholden to verse/chorus.

It’s exciting, volatile music that is immediately arresting because its weirdness relative to its genre. Hooks are everywhere, but they’re packed into an odd package of transitions and prominent bass and busy guitar work. First song, “O Bother, Where Art Thou?,” is one of the more traditionally structured of the bunch, and one of the best. Its chorus is massive and meaty and falls off the tongue as soon as it falls in the ears. “Alda, Small Things” has rushed vocal lines over electric guitars along with a busy bassline that works in tandem with the guitars. Gang vocals layer over the main line. Lyrics work themselves up into screams. It reminds me of Morning Glory, with all of their extravagances, steeped in the world of pop punk. “My Other House Is a Meth Lab” is one of the weirder tracks, transitioning into some light reggae at one point, before going back into some darker punk rock brooding and then into a big shout-along chorus. It’s a highlight on an album of highlights.

Crazy fun music is Problem Daughter’s game and I could probably dedicate time to what I like about each song and the review would run to novella length and no one would read it. So, I’m going to talk about the elephant in the room real quick, because the elephant is an incredible jam that stands as an instant classic. “Like a Dog.” Holy shit, “Like a Dog.” The song begins with a thumping bass line and sparse guitar tones before transitioning into the songs meaty riff. The drums keep things steady, but also set the tone of walking bravely toward transcendence. It’s almost the beat of a slow march. Undeniably the masterpiece of Fits of Disorganized of Boredom, “Like a Dog” encompasses dark, confessional lyrics put to ascending melodies and one of the finest choruses I’ve heard in a long time.

There’s thousands of cities out there, and there’s even more punks. These people, who believe in the power of DIY, the power of music, and most of all the power of community– these people are the ones making the art we consume and love. They’re centered around local scenes across the world. Check your backyard, you might have some pretty great stuff being born under the radar as we speak. This makes punk self-sustaining. It’s rock music put back into the hands of whoever wants to make it. And in Problem Daughter’s case, it’s wild and catchy and ambitious. But make no mistake, it all comes from somewhere.

5/5



Problem Daughter (Dying Scene Records) streams new album “Fits of Disorganized Boredom”

The day has finally arrived, punk fans! Salt Lake City pop-punk outfit Problem Daughter have released their Dying Scene Records debut in the form of a new 8 song album titled “Fits of Disorganized Boredom”. Think somewhere between The Lawrence Arms, Banner Pilot and Morning Glory. I’m pretty damn sure its going to end up on most people’s top 10 lists this year but I know you’re thinking I’m biased. Understandable, so why don’t you just give it a listen below and decide for yourself…

“Fits of Disorganized Boredom” is the band’s sophomore release, following 2012′s self-titled release. Purchase “Fits…” right here.



Problem Daughter premiere “Dracula On A Budget” off upcoming album “Fits of Disorganized Boredom”

Salt Lake City pop-punk outfit Problem Daughter are premiering a brand new tune off their upcoming album “Fits of Disorganized Boredom”. The track is titled “Dracula On A Budget” and its definitely the most fist pumping anthem on the album. Think a more pissed off Banner Pilot with a healthier dose of gang vocals.

Give “Dracula On A Budget” a listen right here.

“Fits of Disorganized Boredom” is slated for release on February 24th via Dying Scene Records (that’s us!). Pre-orders for the album are currently available here where you can also stream two more tracks from the record (“O Bother, Where Art Thou?”, “Liars” and “Like A Dog”).



Problem Daughter (DS Records) premiere pop-punk anthem “Liars” off upcoming album

Salt Lake City pop-punk outfit Problem Daughter are premiering a brand new tune off their upcoming album “Fits of Disorganized Boredom”. The track is titled “Liars” and its a terrific pop-punk anthem with a great slow build intro, galloping upbeat outro, and a string of catchy as hell transitions in between.

Give “Liars” a listen right here.

“Fits of Disorganized Boredom” is slated for release on February 24th via Dying Scene Records (that’s us!). Pre-orders for the album are currently available here where you can also stream two more tracks from the record (“O Bother, Where Art Thou?” and “Like A Dog”).



Problem Daughter premiere the catchiest damn punk song you will hear this year

If you’re ever going to stop and take three minutes out of your day to stream a song from a band you might not be familiar with, Problem Daughter‘s “Like A Dog” is that song. It’s off their upcoming album “Fits of Disorganized Boredom”, and yes I f’ing love the entire album, but this is the song that literally gave me goosebumps the first time I heard it. Stream it below and see if it does the same for you (if it doesn’t, you’re not listening to it loud enough. Try again).

“Fits Of Disorganized Boredom” is slated for release on February 24th through Dying Scene Records (pre-order it here).



Introducing Folk Punk Artist Ryan Kerr

If you’re in the mood for some brooding, whisky drenched, americana folk-punk I have a new artist that you need to check out, right now. Ryan Kerr hails from Fort Wayne, Indiana and on February 28th he’ll be releasing a new full-length titled “Live Well” that is one of the more honest and beautiful albums I’ve seen come out of the americana/folk-punk genre in quite some time. Just give the song “A Ghost (While I Wait)” a listen below and see if you disagree.



Problem Daughter sign to Dying Scene Records for release of new album “Fits Of Disorganized Boredom”

Four days ago I received an email from a band I’d never heard of imploring me to give their newly recorded album a listen. It’s by no means an uncommon occurrence and for perhaps the ten-thousandth time I dutifully plugged in my headphones, clicked a play button and prepared to halfheartedly listen while I moved on to the next email. Thirty seconds in I had to stop typing and turn up the volume. By the end of the first song I suspected I had stumbled onto something special and by the third song I was sending the album off to a few trusted DS reviewers demanding they check it out. When the sixth song literally gave me goosebumps I decided I desperately wanted to put the album out on Dying Scene Records.

So, today, after a flurry of phone calls and emails, it is with great pleasure that I announce Salt Lake City punk act Problem Daughter will be releasing their sophomore album Fits Of Disorganized Boredom through Dying Scene Records on February 24th.

In regards to the band’s sound, think the melodic earnestness of a Flatliners meets Banner Pilot but with the grand, incendiary arrangements of Morning Glory. Confused? Just judge for yourself by streaming the album’s first track “O Bother, Where Art Though?” below.



Bearings (pop-punk) premiere new EP “Home Is…”

Listen up pop-punk fans, I’ve got some new tunes for you. Ottawa, Ontario five piece punk act Bearings just dropped their sophomore EP “Home is…”and its streaming in all its three song glory below.

The release is a follow up to the band’s debut EP “Higher Ground” released in January, 2015.



DS Staff Picks – Dying Scene Founder Johnny X’s Top 10 Punk Albums of 2015

Sup punk fans. I’m Dave and I founded this here website 6 or 7 years ago. Some of you might recognize me by my pen name Johnny X. I won’t waste your time telling you about the trials and tribulations of 2015 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 2015. 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.



Bridge City Sessions debuts with live performances of Western Settings/ Gentlemen Prefer Blood

Newly minted YouTube channel Bridge City Sessions has posted some killer footage of SoCal melodic punks Western Settings and Gentlemen Prefer Blood.

The channel was formed by Portland’s Davey Death Ray, formerly of Absent Minds and Danger Death Ray and all around presence in the PDX punk scene. He had this to say on his new project:

“Bridge City Sessions is a relatively new project concocted by myself and a few fellow musician friends. Basically, it’s a YouTube show where we capture live, in-studio performances by musicians. The idea is that exposure for up-and-coming bands can be difficult to come by and we want to offer another platform for musicians to have their music heard. We strive for a professional presentation all around in order to allow the bands to be able to showcase their specific brand of boss tuneage.”

You can check out the video here and download the recorded tracks at bandcamp.



Western Settings and Gentlemen Prefer Blood West Coast dates

Southern California punks Western Settings and Gentlemen Prefer Blood announced tour dates for their upcoming west coast winter tour. Both bands have albums available for streaming, download, and physical purchase. Western Settings Yes It Is available here  through La Escalara/Dying Scene Records and Gentlemen Prefer Blood, Used Books and Guns available here through La Escalara. Make sure to catch both bands at one of the dates below.



DS Exclusive: Gold Route cover The Who’s “Baba O’Riley”

Detroit pop-punk act Gold Route‘s upcoming EP I’m Just Killing Time is set to release tomorrow, November 19th, and we’re excited to be exclusively streaming a new track from the release!

If you’d like to get a taste of what the EP’s gonna sound like, go ahead and give the band’s awesome cover of The Who’s “Baba O’Riley” a listen below.