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Bet Your Life (Punk) stream new song “Rural Juror”

Ontario punks Bet Your Life are streaming their new single “Rural Juror”. You can give it a listen below or download it for free.

This is their second song release of the year following the brilliantly named “Is Your Death Ray Even Peer Reviewed?” on April 19th.



Bet Your Life (punk, Canada) are streaming latest single “Is Your Death Ray Even Peer Reviewed?”

Canadian punk rockers Bet Your Life are streaming their latest single “Is Your Death Ray Even Peer Reviewed?” for free. Apart from being one of the best track names I’ve ever heard, the tune is also a real stomper to boot.

Check it out below.



Denial And Error (skate punk) stream new EP

Ontario skate punks Denial & Error recently released their debut, self-titled EP via Synicalist Records and you can stream the entire thing below.



Music Video: Denial & Error – “Forgotten One”

Ontario skate punks Denial & Error have premiered a music video for their song “Forgotten One”, and you can give it a watch below.

“Forgotten One” appears on Denial & Error’s self-titled EP, which was released last Friday (November 18th) via Synicalist Records.



Free Music: Unemployed 7″ (split with Moonraker, Not Half Bad, Thirty Helens, The Filthy Radicals)

The fine folks at Synicalist Records are giving you the chance to get your grubby little hands on some free music, with the new Unemployed 7″. Listen and/or download the release for free/name your price below.

The split features tracks from Texas punks Not Half Bad, Santa Clarita punk act Moonraker, Thirty Helens, and The Filthy Radicals.

If physical copies are more your thing, you can order the split on vinyl right here.



Synicalist Records release four way 7″ split “Unemployed”

London, Ontario based Synicalist Records recently released a four way split 7″ called Unemployed.  It features Moonraker, Not Half Bad, Thirty Helens, and The Filthy Radicals.

Give it a listen below.

Unemployed was released on October 7th, 2016.



Not Half Bad streaming new song “Fine. Give Up, Change Your Major And Become An English Teacher”

Texas punks Not Half Bad are streaming a new song called “Fine. Give Up, Change Your Major And Become An English Teacher” off their upcoming “Unemployment” split with Santa Clarita punk act, Moonraker, Thirty Helens and The Filthy Radicals.

You can stream the song below.

The split will released on October 8th through Synicalist Records.



Youngest And Only (Pop-Punk) Stream New Album “Wherever The Park Ends”

Ontario based pop-punk act Youngest And Only are now streaming their debut album, “Wherever The Park Ends.” The album was released through Synicalist Records on August 19th, and is now available to stream on Bandcamp and YouTube. Check it out in full below.



Video Premiere: Youngest And Only – “Midazolam”

We’re excited to premiere the music video for Ontario pop-punk act Youngest And Only’s song “Midazolam.”

You can watch it below.

The band will release their debut album “Wherever The Park Ends” on Friday Aug 19th through Synicalist Records. They will be playing an album release party that night in London at Rum Runners with Sparrows and King Pin.



The Filthy Radicals (ska-core) stream new song “Barfly” off upcoming album “Cloak and Stagger”

Toronto ska-core band The Filthy Radicals are streaming a brand new track called “Barfly.” It is the 3rd track on their upcoming album Cloak and Stagger and is the second song that the band will stream, with one coming every Friday until the release on June 11th, 2016. This is dirty, classic ska-core in the simplest terms. You can listen to it for yourself below.

Cloak and Stagger will serve as a follow-up to the group’s 2013 4-song 7″ Life or Debt. 



Exclusive Video: Thirty Helens’ “The Deep”

Stratford skate punks Thirty Helens, have just released a brand new video for their track “The Deep”. The video mixes together some interesting old footage with a song that proclaims an an air of angry hopelessness. Check it out below.

“The Deep” comes off the band’s latest EP “Vague Rants”, which was released back in August via Synicilist Records.



DS Exclusive: Thirty Helens streams debut EP “Vague Rants”

Stanford based punk outfit Thirty Helens will be releasing their debut EP “Vague Rants” tomorrow, but we’re super excited to be able to bring it to y’all one day early! Check out the album’s six fast and furious tracks below.

“Vague Rants” is being released via Synicalist Records. You can name your price for the album here.



From Waves To Shore (Folk) stream debut EP “She Tells Her Friends”

From Waves To Shore is a new three-piece punk band hailing from St Thomas, Ontario, and they’ve just released their debut EP “She Tells Her Friends.” The album contains three really solid acoustic pieces, and you check it out below.

The EP can be bought on Bandcamp, for any price.



Thirty Helens (punk) stream “Help Me Get the Lid Off” from upcoming EP “Vague Rants”

Stratford based punk rock band Thirty Helens are streaming a brand new track off of their upcoming EP titled Vague Rants. The song is called “Help Me Get the Lid Off” and if fast, politically charged, and melodic punk is what you are in to then be sure to check this first track out. Also, stay tuned for the official EP release date, we’ll keep you updated with details as they become available. You can check the track out below.

Vague Rants will be released via London based label Synicalist Records and will also serve as the band’s debut.



FREE Music: Bet Your Life releases new single, “Oceans”

Canadian punk rockers Bet Your Life is offering a free download of their new song, “Oceans.”  You can stream it below, or grab a free download of it here.

Bet Your Life most recently released a 5-track EP called Give No Quarter in March of 2014.