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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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L.A. punks Stanley and the Search released a new video today for the song “Dust You Off,” which you can watch below. You can also find this song on their brand new album, Weightless, which is out now on Take This to Heart Records.Add to My Radar
The Class Assassins release music video for “Start Again,” announce departure of guitarist Cactus Vella
In good news, the guys in Toronto punk act The Class Assassins have released a music video for their song “Start Again.” In not so good news, they have also announced the departure of longtime guitarist Cactus Vella, who is leaving the band to focus on his solo work.
The music video and a statement from Vella can be found below.
“Start Again” appears on The Class Assassins’ Treason 7-inch, which was released back in 2011 through Rebel Time Records. The band’s latest release, a 9-minute ‘concept single’ entitled The Addiction & The Solution came out last March.Add to My Radar
North Carolina punk/indie group Museum Youth have released a music video for their song “Just Friends”, which appears on their most recent album Alex I Am Nothing. You can take a look at the video below.
Alex I Am Nothing was released on May 27th. It serves as the follow-up to the band’s 2012 full-length Sexy But Not Happy.Add to My Radar
The American Scene will release Haze on September 9th via Pure Noise Entertainment. Haze will be the follow up to their debut album, Safe For Now which came out in August 2012, also on Pure Noise. You can pre-order the new album here.Add to My Radar
San Francisco punks Get Dead are among the many US bands that made the trek to Belgium for the annual Groezrock festival this year. While there, they caught up with Punktastic for a little acoustic session. Check out their performance of the track “Battle Lines” below.
“Battle Lines” appears on the band’s latest full-length, “Bad News,” which was released exactly a year ago. Their newest EP, “Bygones,” was released by Fat Wreck Chords last month. Click here for your own copy.Add to My Radar
“Song of Susannah” appears on Save Ends’ debut LP, “Warm Hearts, Cold Hands,” which was released last November via Tiny Engines. They also featured in our universally-acclaimed ”10 Bands That Make The Boston Better Than Yours” list earlier this year.Add to My Radar
As you’re no doubt aware by now, Jersey rockers The Gaslight Anthem have got a new album out in a few weeks. They recently filmed a video for the album’s title track, “Get Hurt.” And while the video itself is due out tomorrow, the band are teasing us with a little snippet today. Check it out here.
In other TGA news, the band have teamed up with footwear company Macbeth for an all vegan, Gaslight Anthem inspired shoe. Click here for details.Add to My Radar
The group will be posting more footage from the show every week this month, so stay tuned for that!
Big D and the Kids Table’s latest, a double album titled Stomp & Stroll, came out in June 2013 through Strictly Rude Records.Add to My Radar
Berkeley pop-punk act The American Scene are finishing up their new record “Haze,” which is set to be released on September 9th via Pure Noise Entertainment. You can check out the track list and some teaser videos for the album below.
The American Scene released their debut full length “Safe For Now“ in August 2012.Add to My Radar