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UnWed stream new song “Girl Drink Drunk”

Posted by Bizarro Dustin on Thursday, March 12, 2015 at 4:30 PM (PST)

At this point you should be familiar with UnWed, the new project of Hot Water Music‘s Jason Black that also features members of Small Brown Bike and Primitive Weapons. The band has released another new song off their upcoming debut album, Raise the Kids. It’s called “Girl Drink Drunk”, and you can give it a listen here. If you can read German (or if your browser automatically translates the text for you) you can also read the write up about the band.

Raise the Kids will be released on April 14, 2015 through 6131 Records.. Pre-orders are available right here. The band’s debut 7-inch was released in January 2014 via No Idea Records.

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Mesa, Arizona hardcore four piece The Beautiful Ones have released a stream of their new single “Flowercrown.” The song is set to appear on the band’s debut full length album, Jaded Love, and you can give the track a listen here.

Jaded Love is due for release on April 21, 2015 via 6131 Records.

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Rotting Out stream new EP “Reckoning”

Posted by The Torchbearer on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 10:08 AM (PST)

L.A. hardcore band Rotting Out have just released their new EP Reckoning and they’re currently streaming the whole thing here.

Reckoning was released today, March 10th, through Pure Noise Records.

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Another new track from UnWed to help round out your Hump Day Evening coverage. The Brooklyn-based five-piece, which features members of Small Brown Bike, Primitive Weapons and, of course, Hot Water Music, has debuted the title track from their upcoming debut full-length, “Raise The Kids.” Check it out here.

“Raise The Kids” will be released via 6131 on April 14th. Pre-orders are available right here.

Unwed’s debut 7-inch was released in January 2014 via No Idea Records.

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Irish pop-punk/folk/indie (all labels we’ve used for them in the past) five-piece The Winter Passing have announced that they’re the most recent addition to the roster at 6131 Records. What’s more, they’ve got their debut LP done and dusted. It’s called “A Different Space Of Mind,” and it’s slated for release on May 26th. Pre-orders should be available soon, but to whet your appetite, you can stream the new track “Fruits Of Gloom” right here.

The Winter Passing’s last release was their 2013 EP “Scrapbook.”

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Rotting Out streams new song “End Of The Road”

Posted by kimofhearts on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 at 1:42 PM (PST)

L.A. hardcore veterans Rotting Out have released a new song titled “End Of The Road,” and you can check it out below.

The song will be featured on the band’s new EP, Reckoning, which is due out on March 10th via Pure Noise.  Earlier this month we brought you their newest video off the album for the song “Born”. In addition to these two tracks, the EP will feature Circle Jerks’ classics “I Don’t Care” and “Live Fast Die Young”.

Rotting Out will also be touring this spring, and you can find those dates below as well.

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Culture Abuse streaming new EP “Spray Paint The Dog”

Posted by milhouse on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at 1:25 PM (PST)

The five degenerates dudes in Culture Abuse, the California-based outfit consisting of members of All Teeth and Dead To Me, have just released their newest seven-inch entitled “Spray Paint The Dog” through 6131 Records.

The two-track EP is available to stream in its entirety below, so check it.

Additionally, the band recently released a new music video for “Perfect Light”, which appears on the new work. You can have a view of that here.

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New Video: Culture Abuse – “Perfect Light”

Posted by jaystone on Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at 5:03 PM (PST)

The five degenerates dudes in Culture Abuse, the California-based outfit consisting of members of All Teeth and Dead To Me, have got a brand new video for us. It’s called “Perfect Light,” and you can check it out below. We should probably warn you to make sure the kids eyes are glued to The Odd Squad before you hit the PLAY triangle…this one’s not safe for work, or kids, or mixed company, or livers. Anyway, enjoy.

“Perfect Light” appears on Culture Abuse’s upcoming seven-inch, “Spray Paint The Dog,” due out February 17th via 6131 Records.

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Dads announce February US tour with Somos and Roger Harvey

Posted by vivalalexy on Wednesday, December 3, 2014 at 10:43 AM (PST)

New Jersey emo duo Dads have announced a February 2015 US tour with Boston’s Somos, and Roger Harvey of White Wives. Check out the list of dates and locations below.

The group is touring in support of their recent album I’ll Be the Tornado, which was released on October 7, 2014 via  6131 Records.

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Rotting Out recording sneak peak 7″ to upcoming full length

Posted by Jonathan Lyte on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 at 7:23 AM (PST)

In a recent post to Twitter, LA punk band Rotting Out announced that they are currently recording a 7″ that will serve as a ‘sneak peak’ to a new album they are planning on putting out.

There aren’t any other details right ow but we’ll be sure to keep you updated as they come to light.

Rotting Out’s latest full length The Wrong Way was released in 2013 on 6131 Records.

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Loose Planes (indie/punk) offer new EP for free download

Posted by The Torchbearer on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 9:57 AM (PST)

Michigan based indie rock/punk act Loose Planes are currently streaming their new EP Unwound.  Give it a listen below, and if you like what you hear, the band is offering the EP as a pay what you want download.

Unwound is a follow up to the bands’ debut self titled EP that was released on 6131 Records in July.

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Dads announce tour with Tiny Moving Parts and more

Posted by The Torchbearer on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 at 10:18 AM (PST)

New Jersey emo duo Dads will be embarking on a US tour in just a few days in support of their latest release I’ll Be the Tornado.  Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts will be joining them on the entire tour and additional support on select dates will be provided by Nai Harvest, Choir Vandals, Culture Abuse, and Hemingway.

Check out the full details on the tour below.

I’ll Be the Tornado was released released on October 7, 2014 via  6131 Records.  You can listen to the album on Dads’ bandcamp, and check out our review here.

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The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die have just released a surprise 7″ titled The Distance. There are only two ways to snag a copy: order one of only 200 copies available online here, or grab one on their upcoming tour. You can view the artwork above and the track listing (as well as their upcoming tour dates) below.

The group just released Between Bodies on October 7th via Broken World Media. This is the band’s first release in a little over a year, serving as a follow-up to their 2013 debut album Whenever, If Ever.

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Album Review: Dads – “I’ll Be The Tornado”

Posted by writeofpassage on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 at 2:57 PM (PST)

Remember Pretty Good? That’s where Dads jammed four tracks of indie-heavy, math-ridden, emo-punk into your nervous system. That’s where they reminded you to keep them as a mile-marker for life’s ups and more so, its downs. I’ll Be The Tornado is the perfect sequel to this as it matches Pretty Good stride for stride and further envelopes you in John Bradley’s tragedies. In terms of DIY indie, Dads bring it again. In spades. This is a powerful album that’ll move you in the most melodic of manners.

If you’re looking for more punk-tastic hits then Dads can service you. And they do. “Sunburnt Jet Wings” and “You Hold Back”. Scott Scharinger’s quick hands on the guitar build such an elaborate portrait for Bradley’s massive drums to lay on. They complement each other so well. Bradley’s agony then follows with his words feeling like barbs stuck in with no chance of ever being removed. Now, if you think their quicker pace is what sets them apart, you’re dead wrong.

It’s when they slow things down and temper to the more emo-melodic side of things.”But” is one of these tunes. So too is “Fake Knees”. Both are ballads (well, the majority of the tracks, at least) that end with huge climaxes allowing Scharinger to cut loose. Bradley as well. This balance…this effect…is the prime sound where they shine. This is their A-game. Quiet lulls to noisy ambiances. The genuine feel of the lyrics and the amazing quality of the production highlight this…and if you think I’m kidding, jump into Pretty Good and then into this record. This is the album that’ll win you over and if it doesn’t put these awesome dudes on the map, then I don’t know what will. It’s heavy content on the lyrical side but it’s also the ideal tapestry for emotional connection to a brilliant indie-emo-punk aesthetic.

4.5/5 Stars

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The World Is A Beautiful Place… stream new song “Thanks”

Posted by Jonathan Lyte on Friday, September 26, 2014 at 8:40 AM (PST)

Connecticut based rock band The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die are streaming a new song called “Thanks.” It appears on their split EP with Chris Zizzamia called Between Bodies. You can listen to the new song and view the full track list below.

Between Bodies will be the band’s first release in a little over a year, serving as a follow-up to their 2013 debut album Whenever, If Ever.  It will be released on October 7th through Broken World Media.

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