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DS Exclusive: Check out Ramonescore torchbearers the Manarovs’ music video for their new single “Long Time Ago”

Savannah, Georgia’s Manarovs are back with another new song called “Long Time Ago” and we’re stoked to bring you the exclusive premiere of the music video. This is the latest single from the Ramonescore band’s upcoming album Callsign: Proton. Check it out below! Callsign: Proton will be out soon, with Mom’s Basement Records (LP / CD) and Memorable […]

Savannah, Georgia’s Manarovs are back with another new song called “Long Time Ago” and we’re stoked to bring you the exclusive premiere of the music video. This is the latest single from the Ramonescore band’s upcoming album Callsign: Proton. Check it out below!

Callsign: Proton will be out soon, with Mom’s Basement Records (LP / CD) and Memorable But Not Honorable Records (Cassette). We’ll keep you posted as more details band’s sophomore album are revealed. For now, go back and check out their 2022 self-titled debut LP.

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DS Exclusive: Check out The Manarovs’ music video for “Mr. Snow Leopard” from upcoming LP “Callsign: Proton”

Savannah, Georgia’s Manarovs are once again gracing the pages of DyingScene.com with another brand new track from their upcoming album Callsign: Proton. “Mr. Snow Leopard” is the latest single from the band’s sophomore LP, arriving soon via Mom’s Basement Records (LP/CD) and Memorable But Not Honorable Records (Cassette). We’re partnering with our friends at Punk Rock Radar to bring you […]

Savannah, Georgia’s Manarovs are once again gracing the pages of DyingScene.com with another brand new track from their upcoming album Callsign: Proton.

“Mr. Snow Leopard” is the latest single from the band’s sophomore LP, arriving soon via Mom’s Basement Records (LP/CD) and Memorable But Not Honorable Records (Cassette).

We’re partnering with our friends at Punk Rock Radar to bring you this exclusive premiere of the song’s music video. Check it out below!

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DS Exclusive: Manarovs premiere video for new single “Anywhere For You” from upcoming album “Callsign: Proton”

Georgia Ramonescore band the Manarovs are back with their sci-fi / spy themed sophomore album Callsign: Proton. We’re stoked to bring you the exclusive premiere of the music video for the first single “Anywhere For You”. Check it out below! Callsign: Proton will be out soon on Mom’s Basement Records (LP/CD) and Memorable But Not […]

Georgia Ramonescore band the Manarovs are back with their sci-fi / spy themed sophomore album Callsign: Proton. We’re stoked to bring you the exclusive premiere of the music video for the first single “Anywhere For You”. Check it out below!

Callsign: Proton will be out soon on Mom’s Basement Records (LP/CD) and Memorable But Not Honorable Records (Cassette). It follows the band’s self-titled debut album, which was released early last year.

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DS Record Radar: This Week in Punk Vinyl (NOFX, 88 Fingers Louie & an exclusive first look at the Manarovs’ new record “Callsign:Proton”)

Greetings, and welcome to the Dying Scene Record Radar. If it’s your first time here, thank you for joining us! This is the weekly* column where we cover all things punk rock vinyl; new releases, reissues… you name it, we’ve probably got it. Kick off your shoes, pull up a chair, crack open a cold […]

Greetings, and welcome to the Dying Scene Record Radar. If it’s your first time here, thank you for joining us! This is the weekly* column where we cover all things punk rock vinyl; new releases, reissues… you name it, we’ve probably got it. Kick off your shoes, pull up a chair, crack open a cold one, and break out those wallets, because it’s go time. Let’s get into it!

Check out the video edition of this week’s Record Radar, presented by our friends at Punk Rock Radar:

This week’s Record Radar starts with a bang! We’re pleased to bring you this exclusive first look at Savannah, Georgia Ramonescore troupe the Manarovs‘ brand new record Callsign:Proton. Mom’s Basement Records is releasing the LP on two sweet color variants (just look at ’em!), as well as black vinyl, and Memorable But Not Honorable will be releasing the album cassette.

Pre-orders go live Friday, March 15th. Mom’s Basement will have an exclusive T-Shirt bundle available on their webstore. Stardumb Records will have copies in Europe and Brassneck Records has our British friends covered. Here’s a few tracks from Callsign:Proton to tide you over:

You probably already heard about the new NOFX EP, but in case you didn’t already hear about the new NOFX EP, I’m here to tell you about the new NOFX EP! Did I mention there’s a new NOFX EP? Half Album follows Single Album and Double Album, featuring 5 songs that didn’t make the cut for either of those albums (which doesn’t inspire much confidence if I’m being frank). fatwreck.com and Fat’s EU/UK store are sold out of colored vinyl, but their Australian store still has some copies in stock. Black wax is still available everywhere. The lead single “I’m a Rat” is a song Fat Mike wrote, Hi-Standard covered(?), and now can be heard as performed by NOFX:

Smartpunk Records has brand new exclusive variants of Chicago punk legends 88 Fingers Louie‘s Behind Bars and Back on the Streets up for pre-order. Both are limited to 300 hand numbered copies and should ship in mid-May. I suppose it’s also worth noting these are the 2019 remix/remastered versions of these records. Grab your copies here and use code SPMAILINGLIST for 10% off your order. Also if anyone with the means to repress Thank You For Being a Friend happens to be reading this, I’d like to take a moment to let you know you should do that! No clue why I didn’t buy that fucking record before Bird Attack kicked the bucket.

Belgian melodic punks For I Am will be releasing their fourth album The Righteous & The Wicked on April 19th. The color variants for this one are bad ass and we like bad ass variants here on the Record Radar. The spiral variant is exclusive to Pee Records down undah, the multi-color splatter and bone color variants are available from Double Helix in the US and SBAM in Europe, and the green marble colored wax is for sale on the For I Am Bandcamp.

Speaking of SBAM, they’ve got some other cool shit on their store, so let’s talk about that! New variants of Guttermouth‘s Covered With Ants have popped up, seemingly unannounced. Click here to get it on purple and/or teal colored vinyl. Or wait a few weeks for SBAM’s next 60% off fire sale! lol

And completing the SBAM Records triple play is Orange County pop-punk band Taken Days, who just released their brand new album Any Minute. Get it on “sun” and/or “moon” colored vinyl (limited to 150 copies each) riiiiight here.

Canadian skate punks Handheld are celebrating their 25th Anniversary with a new live album! Live At 25 was recorded last October at The Revive in Waterloo, Ontario and is due out on May 10th. Thousand Islands Records has the “Candyland” color variant up for pre-order on their store. If you want the “Sassy Salmon Slap” color variant, that one’s only gonna be available at shows.

Ink Bomb is a cool-ass punk band from the Netherlands and they’ve got a new record coming very soon! Saudade is due out on April 3rd and you can grab it on blue colored wax here. Check out the latest single “Pressure Cooker” and head over to Bandcamp for more. These guys (and girl) are great! Highly recommended listening for those who share my appreciation of No Fun At All.

Italy’s Hey Suburbia Records is releasing San Francisco hardcore punk band Spitboy’s 1994 compilation album on vinyl for the first time, with 500 copies on red colored wax. This one’s due out April 15th and you can pre-order it here. The Forced Exposure distro carries all of Hey Suburbia’s releases in the US, so if you wanna save on shipping wait til they get some copies in stock.

South Carolina hardcore veterans Stretch Arm Strong surprise-released a new EP this week. The Revealing is the band’s first new music since 2005. There’s a grand total of 9 variants for this one (not quite as many as the new Green Day record, but still a fuckload). Usually bands / labels make it easy to find all the places to buy retailer exclusive variants by setting up a Linktree or some shit, but they did not do that. Lucky for you, I like wasting my time on pointless shit, so I’ve collected links to where you can buy all these variants. Here ya go:

Available from Iodine Recordings / Deathwish Inc:
– Cornetto (400)
– Illuminating (200) – SOLD OUT
– Blood Red (500)

Misc. Retailer Exclusives:
– Green Cloudy (100) – Trustkill Records
– Orange (100) – Bridge Nine
– Cobalt Cloudy (100) – Thirty Something Records
– Rev Yellow (100) – Revelation Records
– Cloudy White w/ Green/Orange Splatter (250) – Revolver Magazine
– Half Green / Half Orange (200) – Evil Greed Records

Well, that’s all, folks. Another Record Radar in the books. As always, thank you for tuning in. If there’s anything we missed (highly likely), or if you want to let everyone know about a new/upcoming vinyl release you’re excited about, leave us a comment below, or send us a message on Facebook or Instagram, and we’ll look into it. Enjoy your weekend, and don’t blow too much money on spinny discs (or do, I’m not your father). See ya next time!

Wanna catch up on all of our Record Radar posts? Click here and you’ll be taken to a page with all the past entries in the column. Magic!

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DS Show Review and Photo Gallery: Camp Cope Live at Union Transfer (2022-07-22)

Camp Cope has long considered Philadelphia to be their home away from home, so when lead singer Georgia Maq greeted the crowd at Union Transfer on Friday night with the exclamation, “It feels so good to be in my favorite city in the entire world!” it wasn’t hard to believe that she was being totally […]

Camp Cope has long considered Philadelphia to be their home away from home, so when lead singer Georgia Maq greeted the crowd at Union Transfer on Friday night with the exclamation, “It feels so good to be in my favorite city in the entire world!” it wasn’t hard to believe that she was being totally sincere.  The Australian group was accepted as one of Philly’s own going back to their debut in the City of Brotherly Love at the old Balcony Bar just about 5 years ago to the day.  Philly’s vibrant and accepting indie/punk scene is extremely female/LGBTQ-centric and Camp Cope has always been considered one of the gang. It’s with this in mind that I am always willing to make the hour and a half drive down the NJ Turnpike from NY to catch them in Philly. 

A lot of water has flowed under the bridge since I last saw Camp Cope at The Church (AKA First Unitarian  Church) back in 2019.  With that in mind, the current version of the band which graced the stage at Union Transfer was somewhat different from what we last saw 3 years ago. They released a new album earlier in the year and Running With The Hurricane is somewhat of a departure for the band.  Of course there’s still precocious Georgia and the backbone of the group, Sarah (Thom Thom) Thompson behind the drum kit but for the album, they added a second guitar and for this tour they’ve added Jenny Aslett to the mix.  And then there’s the absence of Kelly-Dawn Helmrich on bass who couldn’t make this trip due to her expecting her firstborn relatively soon.  Kelly’s role as bass player extraordinaire is being filled by UK ex-pat and current Philadelphia denizen, Lou Hanman of All Away Lou (amongst a multitude of other bands).

Having seen their show a couple of days earlier at Webster Hall in NYC, I already knew what would be in store as far as the new lineup was concerned.  Their set started off with an early single, “Keep Growing” which the band would eventually include on a 4 song split they did with the now disbanded Philly group, Cayetana.  With the lyrics:

I’ll keep growing my hair out

It’s not for you

Oh no, it’s not for you

No, it’s not for you

While the song might have been at the time a direct response to a romance gone wrong, it seems that on this tour, Georgia and Camp Cope are doing their own thing, they’re not the same group from 5 years ago and these imminent and obvious changes aren’t for the public but instead for them. They’re growing as a group (both literally and figuratively) because they need to. The need to avoid inertia and stagnation is first and foremost a priority for the group.

Next up was “Jealous” from the new album.  This one started out pretty slow with Georgia singing almost dirge-like over Lou’s rolling bassline riffs. That is until the chorus where Georgia’s vocals  take off. After experiencing vocal issues a couple of years ago and subsequently having surgery to repair the problem, her voice is back better than ever.  With a range much more diverse than before, she is now hitting notes and killing them…killing them in a very good way.

The third song of the evening was another older one, “How To Socialize and Make Friends”, the title track from their incredible sophomore album.  A bouncing rocker and crowd favorite, this one would have the crowd swaying and dancing and singing right along with Maq as she danced and swirled all over the stage in not much more than a t-shirt and sandals, eventually kicking off her shoes saying “shoes…they’re so fucking stupid”.

We then got a stretch of new songs from Hurricane to which the crowd was already quite familiar, singing and dancing throughout.  At some point during this set of new material, Georgia expressed how sorry she and the band were for the “fucked up things your country is putting you through”.  Going on she explained how they were raising money on this tour for reproductive and female rights.  This would be an ongoing topic throughout the evening, not at all surprisingly.

Two of the new songs which stood out during this section of the show were “Caroline” and the album’s first single “Blue”.  On the album, “Caroline” is sung quite slowly but here Georgia took the bouncy, yet subtle bass riff that plays throughout and interpreted the lyrics with that same bounce, picking up the pace of the song, making it much more of a jaunt than what we hear on the album.

As far “Blue” is concerned, they played it pretty straight up relative to the recorded version.  But what struck me was the vocal work on the song.  As I’ve said already, Georgia’s voice is sounding superb on this tour and on this song particularly she gets to show it off glowingly.  Furthermore, we are treated to something we’ve never had before as far as live Camp Cope is concerned, background vocals.  With the addition of Jenny and Lou, the extra vocals only accentuate the power and beauty of Georgia’s pipes.

I guess this might be as good a place as any to mention the unbridled triumph which Lou Hanman is on bass. Kelly’s style of playing bass as almost a lead instrument rather than a rhythm instrument is not at all typical. Matter of factly, off the top of my head, the only other player who does it is Peter Hook of Joy Division/New Order fame. Well, Lou has managed to step into the band and absolutely nail it. While I’m not at all surprised she was able to fill Kelly’s role, but the ease and comfort to which she’s accomplished it blows my mind.

Finishing off the evening’s set were two absolute gems. First, was the title track from the new one, “Running With The Hurricane”, a rollicking freewheeling song that reaches anthemic levels as Georgia pranced throughout the stage shouting the title and main lyric.

And to close things out, the band jumped into what might be one of the most scathing FU songs of all time. Part jilted lover breakup song and part I’m so sick of the patriarchal music biz bullshit, the song oozes with male loathing.  And on Friday night Georgia spewed that loathing with an absolute vengeance. The beauty of it all, however, was and is that here was Camp Cope, having just gotten back from a triumphant set at Pitchfork, here was Camp Cope playing Union Transfer in Philly, a steady upward progression from The Balcony Bar to Philly MOCA to The Church and now UT.  

Camp Cope killed it in Philly and continues to kill it almost everywhere they go despite all those naysayers who told them along the way to book a smaller venue.

Swipe through below to see more pictures from the triumphant event!


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DS Staff Picks: AnarchoPunk’s Top 10 Albums of 2022

It’s that time of year again where we search the recesses of our alcohol/drug addled brains in an effort to remember what albums we jammed out to the most this year. I for one, had a pretty hard time choosing as it seems that the the “Covid Logjam” finally started to break up and a […]

It’s that time of year again where we search the recesses of our alcohol/drug addled brains in an effort to remember what albums we jammed out to the most this year. I for one, had a pretty hard time choosing as it seems that the the “Covid Logjam” finally started to break up and a plethora of great music was released over the last twelve months. Regardless, I consulted with my Magic 8 Ball and whittled the field down to the final ten! I also included my recommended tracks for each album in a handy little playlist for your listening pleasure. So, without further doo-doo, here’s my picks for 2022 (in no particular order, because I don’t believe in order)! Happy 2023, comrades!


  • Craig’s BrotherEasily Won, Rarely Deserved – These melodic punks from Santa Cruz returned with new tunes in 2022 after a ten year hiatus and I couldn’t be happier. Plus, the thirteen track LP was released via People of Punk Rock Records, one of my new favorite labels!
  • Shrug DealerInfested – More melodic punk but this time from NYC! This album (released via Bypolar Records) was close to not making my list due to the fact that three of the eight tracks are really short (one clocks in at seven seconds) but the album in it’s entirety is just so damn good, I couldn’t leave it off.
  • Celebration SummerPatience in Presence – These elder DC punks are relatively new but that doesn’t make their debut full length any less impressive. All eleven tracks are flawlessly performed and catchy as fuck. What else do you need form an album?
  • SarchasmConditional Love – Although this East Bay pop punk trio personally attacked me by announcing this was their final album, I’m still including them in my list. All the feels that one can feel across a dozen elegantly written tracks. Now, someone please tell me they were only joking so I can get my life back in order!
  • Bob VylanBob Vylan Presents The Price of Life – After 35 years of listening to punk rock, it can start sounding pretty repetitive. That’s why I love acts that step outside of the typical three chord, blistering fast rock sound that has come to define the genre. This duo from the UK epitomizes that ideology with this hip-hop/punk fusion gem.
  • Thick Happy Now – No Top Ten List is complete without an awesome Garage-y Punk band and in 2022, this Brooklyn, NYC based trio scratched that itch for me. The thing that most garage bands are lacking is thoughtful writing. Not so with these ladies and that’s one of the (many) reasons the LP made my list!
  • Soul GloDiaspora Problems – This album was perpetually on my rotation of albums I listened to throughout 2022 and because it was released so early in the year, it happened to be my most played new album of 2022! That fact alone automatically nets it a spot on the list but toss in some old school hardcore vibes and frenetic vocals and you got me hooked!
  • Upper DownerNo Refills Left – This LA based street punk act was one of the many (superb) new bands signed by SoCal super label Wiretap Records this year and they kicked off their tenure with their new label by releasing one hell of a banger! Aggressive, guttery, antiauthority-ism all wrapped up in a nice, pretty, little bow! Once again, Rob & Co. look like geniuses!
  • The FlatlinersNew RuinFat Wreck fan favorites, The Flatliners returned with their first new music since 2017 and I’m sure this latest LP made quite a few AoTY Lists because it harkens back to the early days of the group in it’s musicality and that’s definitely not a bad thing.
  • New Junk CityBeg a Promise – Ok, I know I said I didn’t list these albums in any particular order but this was probably my favorite album of the year. So much so that I couldn’t decide on which track to include in the playlist, so I added two. From start to finish, this one is a masterpiece. Excellent song writing with heartfelt, relatable lyrics, hooky choruses, extra shreddy guitars, these Atlanta punks are firing on all cylinders. If you aren’t already onboard, time to hop on this midnight train to Georgia.

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Dying Scene Photo Gallery and Interview: Catching up with Pueblo, Colorado’s Diskount Vokda

Dying Scene caught up with Diskount Vodka in Pueblo, Colorado for a short interview and visited them at the practice space that they share with The Dead End. We also visited Land of Ozz and Bishop Castle for all of the cool happenings in the Pueblo area. This interview has been edited for length and […]

Dying Scene caught up with Diskount Vodka in Pueblo, Colorado for a short interview and visited them at the practice space that they share with The Dead End. We also visited Land of Ozz and Bishop Castle for all of the cool happenings in the Pueblo area.

This interview has been edited for length and clarity.

Dying Scene: Tell me about Diskount Vodka. Who’s in the band and what kind of music do you play?

Diskount Vodka: I’m Pickle, I play the drums. I’m Ellie Blackbird, I play guitar and sing. And I’m Cuauhtli Gome, I play bass guitar. 

Ellie Blackbird: We formed a bit over a year ago.

Cuauhtli Gomez: We’re a punk rock and roll band. 

DS: Tell me, how did you guys come up with the name Discount Vodka?

Pickle: We were in Center, Texas at David Gardner’s (the Coffin Boys, Trash Idols, Horror Movie) house and David started talking about Discount Vodka somewhere and Ellie liked the name. We formed a band and we took the name. That’s how that name came about.

DS: Are any of you in any other bands? What is your connection to The Dead End? 

P: I play the drums in The Dead End, a psychobilly band. We’ve done it for eight years. We have new material coming out next year sometime. We’ve been a working band this whole time doing big things. We did a bunch of stuff with Three Bad Jacks. We just got done doing another tour out to Californiia and back. 

CG: Carlos, the singer and guitarist, is my older brother and L.J., the bassist, is my cousin.

EB: Cuauhtli and I aren’t in any other bands. This is our thing, our main thing.

DS: How would you describe your music to someone? 

EB: It’s more old-school punk sounding. And, it’s not strictly one thing. I think there’s more…you can tell there’s influences of, you know, like rock and roll and hardcore but it’s just punk, you know, it’s just punk rock. 

DS: Who are your biggest influences or inspirations? 

P: I don’t know. I have all kinds of influences. I started off being influenced by the Ramones. Before that, it was like Gorilla Biscuits and Youth of Today and all those bands from my friend, Burt (…And We All Die). And, actually, he’s the one that got me into punk rock all those years ago. Him and those records, like Fearless Iranians From Hell and all that stuff. Angry Samoans. That stuff’s still good to this day. I like a little bit of everything. I like Rancid. I like The Casualties. I like Hank Williams but, then again, I like psychobilly stuff like Mad Sin, The Brains, and Rezurex. I could go off in millions of directions. 

EB: I take a lot of inspiration from Joan Jett, Reagan Youth, and the Germs. I really like their styles. 

CG: The Pretenders inspired me to want to play in a band.

DS: Are you guys working with a record label? If so, who? 

EB: Nope, we’re all by ourselves. 

P: Well, we have a split seven-inch coming out on a record label, which is Split Personality Records, in mid-January 2024. It’s a split seven-inch with Tv Tragedy from Phoenix. They’re a good punk rock band. They’ve been around for 10 years. But other than that we’re not on a label but we are looking.

DS: Perfect. I was just about to ask if you have recorded anything. So tell me about it.

P: Well, right now there’s one song called “Time is Now” we just released on November 11th. We (released) another single called “Victim” on December 1st, then a cover song called “Gacked on Anger” (by Amyl and the Sniffers) on December 30th, and then we’ll have that split seven-inch that’s coming out on January 13th. And then in February we’ll put a full-length album.

EB: Currently, we’re working on releasing that first album called Punk Salad. That should be out by February. 

DS: Will it be with the same record label? 

P: No, the full length will just be us putting it out independently. So, if somebody wants to pick us up, they can. We’re going to play a seven-inch release show in Las Vegas on January 13th

DS: Have you been playing any local shows? Where have you been performing lately? 

EB: Mainly we like to play at a little DIY venue here called The Bombshelter. It’s an all ages venue. It’s cool. A lot of people come out. We’ve also played in Colorado Springs at the Triple Nickel a few times. We also hit Denver. Lately we’ve been playing at Bar Bar.

P: We’ve played at The Crypt up there, too. We’ve also played at The Black Sheep in Colorado Springs.

EB: And Vultures

DS: What has been the biggest show you’ve played so far? 

P: Punk Rock Bowling.

EB: Punk Rock Bowling.

P: We played with Manic Hispanic, Left Alone, and The Vulturas. That was, hands down, a bad ass show!

DS: What is the music scene like in Pueblo, Colorado?

EB: It’s growing. Mainly it’s been mostly metal and that kind of stuff but, as of recent years, it’s been like growing into more like…people are interested in punk and…

CG: It’s more diverse now than it was at one time.

P: Goths. There’s a bunch of gothic kids now.

EB: Goth uprising.

P: The punk rock scene. You’re looking at it. But there’s like, there’s high school kids that do come and there’s old school people like around my age who do come to shows too that are like old punk rockers. But we’re the only punk rock band in Pueblo besides The Dead End. The Springs (Colorado Springs) is weird. It has punk rock bands but they’re all younger. They’re fun to play with. They dance the whole time. It’s fun playing places where people just dance all the time. 

DS: Have you achieved what you sought out to?

P: We have over-achieved and become more than what we even expected, to be honest with you. So, we’re just gonna keep going that direction. 

EB: Yep. 

P: Some people must like it I guess.

DS: So, what’s next for Diskount Vodka? 

P: More songs and bigger shows. Maybe some bigger festivals. Maybe a tour. 

DS: If you were to play a festival, which one would you like to play? 

P: Any of them.

EB: Any of them, honestly. I love it.

P: Yeah, there are fests all over the place. That C.Y. Fest looks like it’d be fun. And then there’s 40 Fest in Georgia.

DS: What bands are you listening to this week?

EB: Lots of hardcore bands. I love The Rival Mob. I’ve been listening to Gel. Conservative Military Image

CG: They’re great. Yeah. 

EB: It’s lots of hardcore for me. 

P: I’m trying to think what I’ve been listening to this week. 

GG: For me it’s Eddie and the Hot Rods…classic old pub rock.

P: I watched a video with Rancid playing the other day. Tried to get some inspiration off of it. Sometimes, I don’t listen to anything…I just listen to the radio, like oldies.

DS: So, do you have anything else you’d like to share?

EB: Check us out. Hope you like our stuff. Get us traveling, you know.

P: Bring us to your city.

EB: Yes. Bring us to you.

CG: Take me to your leader.

It was great catching up with Diskount Vodka. It looks like 2024 is going to be a really exciting year for them! If you are in Las Vegas on January 13th check out Tv Tragedy and Diskount Vodka for the Split Record Release Show. 

Diskount Vodka Photo Gallery.

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