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My latest discovery comes from the Land Down Under and goes by the name of What's Left Is Yours. The 3-piece punk outfit is currently streaming their debut self-titled EP and offering it as a pay what you want download. They're playing a catchy-sing-along-Hardcoreish Pop-Punk. Confused? Let me explain: Being the sucker that I am, I got hooked at the 0:25 mark of the highly addictive opening song "Punk Rock Party". But when I started listening to "Insanity", the song that followed, I was like "Fuck, am I listening to the same band?!" A completely different sound from the first tune, a much more heavy and less poppy approach that somehow reminded me of Only Crime, and it didn't stop there...I've been brought back to Blink-182's "Dude Ranch" era as soon as the 3rd song "Mexico" kicked in... Anyway, I'll stop there and let you guys judge it for yourself. If you like diversity and you feel like being all mixed up in a good way, give a listen to the Aussies in What's Left Is Yours here. Favorite track: "Insanity"
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“As soon as [we] heard Springfield, Missouri’s WISH they immediately knew they wanted the band to join their roster. Fortunately for the label, this impressive new group agreed[sic].”
WISH will released their debut EP, WISH, on October 28, 2014. In celebration of the release, the band is giving away free downloads of their song “Fade”. You can listen to or download the song below.Add to My Radar
New Jersey emo duo Dads have announced that their sophomore LP will be titled I’ll Be the Tornado, and will be released on October 7, 2014 via 6131 Records. The band is also giving away free download’s of the album’s first single, “But”. You can stream or download the song, and check out the album’s full track list, below.
I’ll Be the Tornado will be the follow up to Dads’ debut album, American Radass (This Is Important). They released their EP, Pretty Good, in August 2013 via 6131 Records.Add to My Radar
NONA have released a stream of their song, “Give”. The track features a new mastering job courtesy of Jay Maas, and will be a part of the upcoming repressing of the band’s debut album Through the Head on their new home at 6131 Records.
You can check it out below.
The newly remastered edition of Through the Head will be released on July 22, 2014. It was originally released in June 2013.Add to My Radar
Next month, seminal Los Angeles, California hardcore act Strife will be playing at least three shows in the East Coast of the United States, which will be followed by two shows in Canada. All the dates and locations, as well as the supporting acts, can be found below.
Strife last released Witness a Rebirth, their first album in 11 years, on November 6, 2013 via 6131 Records..Add to My Radar
Self-proclaimed Phoenix, Arizona-based “feminist punk” act Lilith have been are set to hit the road in the next coming days.
You can find out when they will be entering your neck of the woods by clicking here.Add to My Radar
Self-proclaimed Phoenix, Arizona-based “feminist doom punk” act Lilith have been revealed as the latest signing to the 6131 Records roster. The five-piece apparently won the label over with their “awe-inspiring demo” entitled “Doom,” which offers “music that is so refreshingly honest and scathing it’s hard not to pay attention.”
As a bonus, you can stream the “Doom” demo EP here, or download it for a “name-your-price” amount. We’ll keep you posted as Lilith’s debut 6131 Records release is announced.Add to My Radar
The performance is part of No Sleep’s “Acoustic Warehouse Sessions”, where musicians are locked in the label’s huge warehouse and aren’t allowed to leave until they’ve laid down some acoustic music (that last part may or may not be accurate).
Guitarist/vocalist Anthony Heubel regaled fans ears with three tracks including “Lost the Feeling” (taken from the Split 7” with Adventures), “Close To The Sun” (taken from the album “Settling”) and “Separate Bedroom” (a brand new/unreleased song).
Check out the session below.
Run Forever recently signed to 6131 Records and is in the process of getting ready for release their 6131 debut.Add to My Radar
New Jersey emo duo Dads have announced that their contribution to Record Store Day 2014 will be a brand new, vinyl-exclusive EP titled Woman. Here’s a message from the band about the release:
“All proceeds of the Woman EP go to Planned Parenthood. These will almost never see the Internet, there will be no digital release. This is for the collectors and the people that have been with us since day one.”
Dads released their latest EP, Pretty Good, in August 2013 via 6131 Records.Add to My Radar
Culture Abuse, the California-based five-piece consisting of members of All Teeth and Dead To Me, have announced that they’re the latest addition to the 6131 Records roster. No word on their first release for their new label home, but we’ll keep you posted.
The band just formed last year, and self-released their debut demo EP, “The Day Dreams Of Nothing.” You can download it for free right here.Add to My Radar
The group has finished recording their debut EP, and is due to to be released this spring. You can check out a new track, entitled “I’m Crawling”, from the release below.
The group has also announced some tour dates, and you can see when they are coming to your neck of the woods below.Add to My Radar
In case you hadn’t heard, Cardinal Cardinal is the new solo project from John Bradley, better known as one half of the Jersey emo duo Dads.
Cardinal Cardinal’s debut EP, “Distant Lover,” is slated for a March 18th release via 6131 Records. The first song from that release, the shrug-inducingly-titled “Oh Well, Anyway,” can be streamed in its entirety right here.
Dads are currently on tour with Pentimento and Reggie & The Full Effect. Click here for details.Add to My Radar
“Dead Wood” and the previously-available-but-also-still-streamable “Scripted” are slated to appear on Vales’ long-awaited debut album “Wilt & Rise,” which is due out February 18th on 6131 Records.Add to My Radar