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I'm a sucker for female fronted pop-punk acts. I'm not talking the Paramore, radio friendly kind. I'm talking the whoa-oh filled, three-chord heavy, we're going to be broke as long as we play this type of music kind. If you're with me on that you should check out Alyson's Anthem. I'm seriously digging on their debut EP "Cougar Punk EP (vol 1)" and you can stream it here.
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This Week's Releases: 09/30/2014
- Born With A Scorpion's Touch: Limited Edition Cover Art
- Spookshow (buy album)
Next Week's Releases: 10/07/2014
New York hardcore legends Madball will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their classic debut album Set It Off by embarking on a short East Coast tour, which takes place in December. Opening acts for the shows are Turnstile, Take Offense, Death Before Dishonor and Downpresser. The dates and locations can be found below.
Madball released their latest album, Hardcore Lives, last June via The Black N Blue Label (in U.S.) and Nuclear Blast (in Europe).Add to My Radar
English folk-punk troubadour Rob Lynch and Front Porch Step (the solo acoustic project featuring singer/song-writer Jake Mcelfresh) have announced a tour of the UK for January 2015 with support from pop punk singer-songwriter Allison Weiss.
You can check out the full list of dates and locations below!
Lynch released his debut full-length, All These Nights In Bars Will Somehow Save My Soul on September 23rd on Xtra Mile Recordings. Front Porch Step’s debut album Aware was released in November 2013 via Pure Noise Records. Weiss’ latest release was the EP Remember When, which debuted in July via No Sleep Records.Add to My Radar
The band’s latest album, Bloodwork, was released earlier this month through Equal Vision Records and was a follow up to their 2012 self-titled album.Add to My Radar
Long Island’s garage-pop punk trio Warm Needles have announced a short Fall tour which includes dates on the East Coast, in the Midwest, and in Canada. Check out the full list of dates, locations, and supporting bands below.
The band recently released their 2011 thru 2013 discography on Bandcamp and you can stream it for free!Add to My Radar
Dutch punk rock act Sweet Empire have announced a tour around Europe this October to support their recently released sophomore album Old Ideas Keep Fighting Us. You can check out the dates and locations below.
Sweet Empire released Old Ideas Keep Fighting Us on September 1, 2014. It is available as a name-your-price download here.Add to My Radar
Burning Streets is also working on a new album, which is due out in early 2015. The album will be followed up with further U.S. and European dates, so we will keep you posted on that.Add to My Radar
The New Enemy released Evolve to Destroy on August 19, 2014 as a name-your-price download. That said, keep it in mind that all proceeds from digital sales will be donated to our awesome friends at the Music 4 Cancer foundation!Add to My Radar
New Hampshire’s A Minor Revolution has announced a 13 city tour around the western coast of the United States. The band will be touring in support of their new EP, Consexual Sense. You can check out the dates on the tour flyer above.
A Minor Revolution released the Consexual Sense EP on March 14, 2014 through Ocelot Records.Add to My Radar
Pat The Bunny’s last released The Volatile Utopian Real Estate Market, a compilation of songs from all the stuff he’s released over the past 3 years, on September 14th. It’s available for purchase on Bandcamp.Add to My Radar
Brooklyn ska-punk act Eli Whitney & the Sound Machine has announced a short run of US tour dates this fall to support their new album, Reasons to Leave. You can check out the list of dates and locations below.
Eli Whitney & the Sound Machine self-released Reasons to Leave on August 1, 2014. The album is available to stream or download here.Add to My Radar
Australian punk legends The Living End have announced their first headline shows in Australia since their Retrospective Tour in 2012, where they played all their albums in full. The dates and locations are below.
The Living End’s last studio album, The Ending Is Just the Beginning Repeating, was released in 2011 through Dew Process Records, but keep your fingers crossed for new music from the band.Add to My Radar
A month or so ago, NOFX announced some details for their first Australian tour in four years. Now we know who they’re taking along for the ride.
Support slots will rotate on most shows, and will come from the likes of Frenzal Rhomb (!), Local Resident Failure, The Bennies, Bodyjar, and Army of Champions. Head below to see the show-specific details.
The band’s latest full-length album Self Entitled was released in 2012 through Fat Wreck Chords. They have since released an EP entitled Stoke Extinguisher. As you may recall, Local Resident Failure’s Kye Smith did a note-for-note drum cover of NOFX’s “The Decline” in its entirety. Refresh your memory here. Maybe this on tour guys? Maybe?Add to My Radar