<p>Editor’s Note: Welcome to V3 Weekend, Vanyaland‘s guide to help you sort out your weekend entertainment with curated selections and recommendations across our three pillars of Music, Comedy, and Film/TV. It’s what you should know about, where you need to be, and where you’ll be going, with us riding shotgun along the way. Music: Buffalo Tom at The Paradise One of our highlights of 2023 (so far!) was watching Buffalo Tom hold court out in the yard of Bellforge Arts Center a few weeks ago, […]</p>
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Episode #647.98 of the Punknews Podcast is now up! In this episode, Dave K of Mustard Plug stops by the podcast to talk about the band's new album Where Did All My Friends Go?, ska memories, working with Bill Stevenson, meeting Terry Hall, and so much more! He also sticks around to pay tribute to the late Shane MacGowan of the Pogues, Hall suing Oates, Crass' upcoming book, and Danzig's upcoming DVD. Listen to the episode below!
French music festival Xtreme Fest has announced its first wave lineup for 2024. Nova Twins, Descendents, Rise of the Northstar, Thrown, Sick of It All, The Baboon Show, Zebrahead, Strung Out, CF98, The Casualties, Moscow Death Brigade, Lambrini Girls, Higher Power, A Wilhelm Scream, Guilt Trip, Calcine, Belvedere, Johnnie Carwash, Imparfait, Red Soul Community, The Twin Souls, Toxic Frogs, The Meffs, Mustard Plug, Aerial Salad, Carsick, Forest Pooky, The Manky Melters, MakeWar, Punky Tunes, Monde de Merde, Pythies, Who I Am, Sorcerer, Old Time Spooks, and Pussy Miel will be playing the festival. Xtreme Fest will take place July 26-28 at Cap Decouverte in Tarn, France.
Caravels have announced that they will be re-issuing their 2013 album Lacuna. The reissue has been fully remastered and was mixed by Dylan Hanwright and mastered by Gus Elg. It will be out on December 12 via Topshelf Records. The band will also be playing a reunion show on December 22 at Dive Bar in Las Vegas with King of Heck and Lords of Death. Check out the poster below.
Get Wrong, the band made up of Naomi Griffin of Martha and Adam Todd of The Spook School, have released a video for “Purple”. The song is off their self-titled EP which is out now via Father/Daughter Records and Alcopop! Records. Check out the video below.
Bad Time Records have released the first trailer for their upcoming tour film/documentary This Is New Tone. The film was directed and edited by Mike Sosinski, Rae Mystic was the director of photography, and additional footage was shot by G Leonardo, Alec Pugliese, and Becca Prucha. It will be out in spring 2024. The label has also announced a live album that features live performances of bands that played on the Bad Time Records tour earlier this year including, We Are The Union, Catbite, Kill Lincoln, JER, Bad Operation, Joystick, The Pomps, Eichlers, J. Navarro and the Traitors, Omnigone, and Thirsty Guys. The album will be out on December 22 and three tracks have been released – We Are The Union’s live version of “Better Home”, Kill Lincoln’s live version of “Civil Surgery”, and Catbite’s live version of “Call Your Bluff”. Check out the trailer, songs, and tracklist below.
<p>With December’s arrival comes a wealth of Christmas tunes to help us feel something, anything, this holiday season. But we’re not sure we had a certified electro-pop bop from Ladytron on our jingle-bell bingo cards. However, that’s exactly what we get today (December 1), as the pioneering Liverpool band deliver a hallucinogenic gift in “All Over By Xmas,” the holiday song we didn’t know we needed until right this very moment. The track is pure Ladytron, swirling through familiar synth […]</p>
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The Holy Ghost Tabernacle Choir have announced US tour dates for January. Donnie Doolittle and Tongues of Fire will be joining them on all dates. The Holy Ghost Tabernacle Choir released their EP heartland attack and their remix album Slow Murder: The Remixes earlier this year. Check out the dates below.
Today we are thrilled to bring you the premiere of the new video by Richmond-based punk rockers Sleave! The video is for their song “In Escrow” and was created by Nespy. Speaking about the song the band said, ”’In Escrow’ is about our narratives and how they influence our perspective of life. Things can always be worse, and we often get caught in the loop of giving power to the things we fear. One misstep can lead to a spiral that suddenly holds weight over a lifetime of wonderful moments and memories. This song is about acknowledgment but also resilience. About taking charge of your life in the face of the worst possible things you can imagine. Remembering that although we are the only ones capable of living our own lives, that we are never alone. That even in our darkest moments, there is still deep beauty to this existence.” ”In Escrow” is off Sleave's recently released EP All These Songs Are About You. The band will be releasing a new album next year via Sell The Heart Records, Engineer Records, and Gunner Records. Check out the video below.