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Downtown Boys release music video for “Somos Chulas (No Somos Pendejas)”

Providence, Rhode Island’s four piece Downtown Boys have released a music video for their song “Somos Chulas (No Somos Pendejas)”. You can watch it below.

The song is taken from their second album “Cost of Living”, which was released last month on Sub Pop Records.



Downtown Boys announce new album “Cost of Living”, stream first track “A Wall”

Providence, Rhode Island’s four piece Downtown Boys have just announced a full length album which will be available on August 11.

The 12 track piece is available for pre order here.

You can stream the first song, “A Wall” below.



Downtown Boys stream new song “Somas Chulas”off upcoming album

Rhode Island’s Downtown Boys are streaming a brand new single. The song is called “Somas Chulas” and it is a track off of the band’s upcoming LP, which is due out later this year. You can listen to the song below.

Downtown boys last released Full Communism on May 5th via Don Giovanni Records.



Downtown Boys Sign With Sub Pop Records

Providence, Rhode Island’s Downtown Boys recently announced that they have signed a deal with Sub Pop Records.  The band is currently working on a new album that the label will be releasing later this year.

Downtown boys last released Full Communism on May 5th via Don Giovanni Records.

 



The Melvins announce new-ish album “Three Men and a Baby”

Seattle legends The Melvins have announced they will release their long-awaited collaboration with Mike Kunka (godheadSilo, Enemymine) Three Men and a Baby, which was recorded way back in 1999, on April 1st through Sub Pop Records. A song from the album, “Chicken ‘n’ Dump”, can be checked out below.

The Melvins’ last studio album, Hold It In, was released on October 14th, 2014 through Ipepac Recordings.



Sleater-Kinney announce openers for all five upcoming NYC shows

Recently reunited (though they never officially went away) seminal riot grrrls Sleater-Kinney recently announced a handful of December tour dates that conclude with a five-night run at five different New York City venues. Today, we’ve learned a little bit more about who they’ll be playing alongside. While tickets to the latter three nights (which feature Perfect Pussy, Charly Bliss and Lee Ranaldo as openers) are sold out, there are still select tickets available to the Saturday gig (featuring Torres) and the Sunday gig at Terminal 5 (featuring Waxahatchee). Check out the full rundown below.

Sleater-Kinney are still touring in support of “No Cities to Love,” which was released January 20th on the legendary Sub Pop Records.



Metz premiere music video for “The Swimmer” off new album “Metz II”

Today marks the release of Toronto-based Metz‘s newest album “Metz II” through Sub Pop Records.

To celebrate, the band has premiered new music video for their track “The Swimmer” which appears on the new album. Check it out below.

The band recently announced a month long tour with FIDLAR (as well as a summer European trip), dates and locations of which can be seen below.



Watch: Sleater-Kinney perform “A New Wave” on The Late Show with David Letterman

Recently reunited (though they never officially went away) seminal riot grrrls Sleater-Kinney have been busy promoting their most recent album, “No Cities To Love.”

While the band are in New York at Terminal 5 the next two nights, it’s not their only recent NYC appearance. The band were guests of the Late Show with David Letterman where they performed a raucous rendition of the track “A New Wave.” Check it out below.

“A New Wave” appears on “No Cities to Love,” which was released January 20th on the legendary Sub Pop Records.



Music Video: Sleater-Kinney – “A New Wave” (feat. Tina Belcher from Bob’s Burgers)

Recently reunited 90s punk goddesses Sleater-Kinney have released a music video for their new single “A New Wave”. The video features appearances by the Belcher children from the Fox animated sitcom, Bob’s Burgers, and even primarily takes place in Tina’s bedroom. You can watch the video below.

“A New Wave” comes off of Sleater-Kinney’s reunion album, No Cities to Love, which was released on January 20, 2015 via Sub Pop Records.



Full Album Stream: Sleater-Kinney – “No Cities To Love”

Recently reunited 90s punk goddesses Sleater-Kinney are currently streaming their upcoming album “No Cities To Love.” Check it out in its entirety here.

“No Cities To Love” will be released January 20th 2015 via Sub Pop Records. It is the band’s first release in nearly 10 years, and serves as a follow up to 2005’s “The Woods.” Sleater-Kinney has also announced a string of tour dates which can be viewed here.



Sleater-Kinney announce new album “No Cities To Love,” stream new song, announce tour

90s punk goddesses Sleater-Kinney have reunited and announced that their upcoming album No Cities To Love will be released on January 20th, 2015 through Sub Pop Records. You can stream a new song, “Bury Our Friends,” as well as check out the tracklisting, below.

This will be the band’s first album in nearly ten years, serving as a follow-up to 2005’s The Woods. The band have also announced a tour to support the release of the new album. Dates can also be found below.

In conjunction with the news about the new album and tour, remastered versions of the band’s previous albums were released today, and a vinyl  7-album box set, Start Together, will be released on December 16th.

Pre-order No Cities To Love here. You can also download the first single for free until Thursday on the band’s website here.



Metz release new video for “Get Off”

Toronto’s Metz released a new video for their track “Get Off.” The song appears on their self-titled album, which was released last October on Sub Pop Records.

Check out the video as well as the band’s upcoming tour dates here.



Pissed Jeans stream new album “Honeys”, premiere music video for “Bathroom Laughter”

Philadelphia Hardcore band, Pissed Jeans, are streaming their new album “Honeys” on Spin.  The album was  released  yesterday on Sub-Pop Records, along with the video for “Bathroom Laughter”.

You can listen to the album on Spin, and watch the video here.