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Slaughter Beach, Dog (Ex-Modern Baseball) stream new full length album “Birdie”

Slaughter Beach, Dog (the folk project of Jake Ewald of Modern Baseball) is streaming his newest full length release Birdie. You can listen to it below.

Birdie was released on October 27th via Lame-O Records. You can check out his November NA tour dates here.



Slaughter Beach, Dog (ex-Modern Baseball) streams “Gold and Green”

Slaughter Beach, Dog (the folk project of Jake Ewald of Modern Baseball fame) is streaming “Green and Gold”, a track from the newly announced record “Birdie”, out October 27th on Lame-O Records.

Pre-orders for “Birdie” are available now physically and digitally via Lame-O Records, in the UK/Europe via Big Scary Monsters, and in Australia via Cooking Vinyl. You can listen to “Green and Gold” below – and check on the Fall tour that has been announced.



Thin Lips (indie-punk) announce spring tour

Thin Lips have just announced a spring tour, with some dates joined by Museum Mouth, Great Cynics, and Signals Midwest. Check them out below, and check here for more information.

Thin Lips’ most recent release “Riff Hard” released via Lame-O-Records is the follow up to the 2015 EP “Divorce Year.”



The Superweaks release music video for new song “No Sorrow”

Philadelphia rockers The Superweaks have released a music video for a new song titled “No Sorrow.” Check it out below.

This song is taken from the band’s split with Modern Baseball and Thin Lips. The three bands will be touring Europe together later this month.



Steady Hands streaming new song “Under the Rug” from upcoming compilation album

Modern Baseball drummer Sean Huber’s folk punk side-project Steady Hands have premiered a new song titled “Under the Rug.”

This track will be appearing on the band’s upcoming double LP compilation Rude Boys of Bar Rock, which releases on December 9th through Lame-O Records.

Give “Under the Rug” a listen below, and head over here to pre-order the double LP.



Thin Lips announce tour with The Anniversary, Allison Weiss

In September, Philadelphia’s Thin Lips will be playing 4 shows with The Anniversary before hitting a few cities with Allison Weiss and Josiah & The Bonnevilles. The tour dates are below.

Thin Lips’ latest record Riff Hard was released back in May through Lame-O Records.



Thin Lips release music video for “My Mouth is Skinned like an Apple”

Philadelphia’s Thin Lips have released a new music video for their single “My Mouth is Skinned like an Apple”, which is featured on their debut album Riff Hard.

You can watch the video below, and make sure to catch the band on tour with Modern Baseball and Joyce Manor (remaining tour dates also below).



Year of Glad announce new EP, stream new song

Philadelphia pop punk act Year Of Glad have announced that they will be releasing a new EP called I Don’t Know Where I Am Either on July 15th via Lame-O Records.  They are currently streaming the lead single “Keeping The Peace,” which you can listen to below.

Pre-orders for the EP are available now.  All proceeds from the pre-orders will be donated to the victims of the Pulse night club shooting in Orlando and their families via the LGBT organization The Center.  You can pre-order the EP here.



Thin Lips premiere new music video for song “I Wonder”

Philadelphia pop-punk band Thin Lips have released a new music video for their song “I Wonder”, a track off of their spanking new album Riff Hard, which is officially released today. You can watch the whole thing below.

The band is gearing up for a tour with Modern Baseball and Joyce Manor starting on May 25th. Riff Hard serves as a follow-up to their 2015 EP Divorce Year and is also their debut full-length.



Thin Lips stream new album ‘Riff Hard’

Philadelphia pop-punk/indie rock trio Thin Lips are streaming their debut LP, Riff Hard in full. You can give it a listen over at Spin here.

Riff Hard is due out May 20th on Lame-O Records. You can pre-order a copy of the album on vinyl here, or digital here.



Mike Bell & the Movies stream new album ‘Room’

Philadelphia’s Mike Bell & The Movies are streaming their new album, Room, in full via New Noise. You can listen to it here.

Room is due out April 1, 2016 through Lame-O Records. Pre-orders are available here.



Thin Lips (pop punk/rock) announce details of debut LP, release music video

Philadelphia pop-punk/indie rock trio Thin Lips have announced their debut LP, Riff Hard. Along with the announcement, the band also debuted a music video for the first single, “Never Again.” Watch it below.

Riff Hard is due out May 20th on Lame-O Records. Check out the tracklist below the video, and pre-order a copy of the album on vinyl here, or digital here.

Thin Lips are just about to head out on tour with Modern Baseball and Joyce Manor. Check out the dates/locations here.



New Music: Mike Bell and The Movies – “Fucked If You Do” from upcoming album, “Room”

New music from Philadelphia-based power-pop band Mike Bell and The Movies. The track is called “Fucked If You Do,” and you can check it out here.

“Fucked If You Do” appears on Mike Bell and The Movies’ upcoming album, “Room,” which is due out soon via Lame-O Records. Pre-orders are available here.



Album Review: Lithuania – “Hardcore Friends”

I’m not sure what drove me to the Beach Slang show, a band I’ve been perpetually tracking back and forth between love and ambivalence. Perhaps it was Worriers, a band whose own new record deserves much praise. Or perhaps it was the chance to spend an evening in Seattle, in search of a new experience. I found one in Lithuania’s incredible set that night, and subsequently in their debut album, Hardcore Friends. Before I really dig into this great new record, I want to take a second to talk about Lithuania’s live show. The band doesn’t have a fantastic live presence, but there’s an urgency in their sound that takes center stage during their live performances. During their performance of their standout track, “I Wanna Drink Poison,” chills ran down my spine, and tears welled in my eyes.

Holy shit. That’s never happened to me at a show before.

Ever.

If Lithuania can better capture their live sound on their recordings (which may be one of the only drawbacks of Hardcore Friends), they’re poised to become an incredible force. Which isn’t to say there’s anything wrong with Hardcore Friends. The album is fantastic. On first listen, I heard what sounded like a pop-punk band in the vein of Joyce Manor, and some of their more developed songs even evoked Cloud Nothings. The two vocalists bring completely different sounds to their respective songs. Songs on which Eric Slick (also a member of Dr. Dog, Hop Along) lends his vocals tend to have a more straightforward sound, while the songs which feature Dom Angelella inhabit a more vast, sometimes experimental space.

The band easily breezes past the pitfalls that trap their contemporaries. Every pop-punk band includes a now-cliched acoustic song on their album, generally tacked on at the end. On “Coronation Day,” however, Lithuania move the goalposts in a way few will ever be able to meet, much less surpass. More and more elements find their way into the soundscape of the song, transcending that pop-punk cliche and creating something that would feel at home on some kind of grandiose indie record.

Some of the other standout tracks on the record include “2009,” “Hardcore Friends,” and “Clumsy and Forgotten.” This band makes listening to punk music fun and interesting again, in a scene filled with stale carbon copies of white men angry at some vague unknown force. My only criticism is for the fact that there is more life in their live show, but this is only a complaint borne of comparison. This band rocks.

5/5 Stars



The Max Levine Ensemble stream new album “Backlash, Baby”

D.C. pop-punks The Max Levine Ensemble are currently streaming their upcoming album Backlash, Baby in its entirety, and you can give it a listen here.

Backlash, Baby is set to release on November 20th through Lame-O Records. It will be the band’s first record in 4 years, serving as a follow-up to 2011′s Elephant in the Room.