Episode 8 of the official podcast of Dying Scene is now ready for your consumption, faithful listeners! In this installment, AP finally decides to do some work in his new city and meets up with Chicago political punks, Voice of Addiction during their stop in Denver to talk about everything from music fundamentals to shit stained pants! And as always, the guys are slingin’ some scene news that you were probably too lazy to read (except for the NOFX story, we’re sure you’ve heard about that one by now) and playing some fantastic music from incredible, up and coming bands you were probably too lazy to discover! So, get to it, below!
*In a band? Want to be featured on the podcast? Send your shit to [email protected] and if it’s good enough, we’ll probably play it! If you send us some swag, it’ll increase your chances…just sayin’!
Episode 8 Playlist
*Don’t wanna listen to two schmucks blabber incessantly just to hear some rad new tunes? We don’t blame you! Look for us on Spotify at Dying Scene Radio for a playlist of songs featured on the show. 100% asshole free!
CHASER – “Bonfire”
BDSGLoTE – Stringer – “Ghosts”
One Square Mile – “Long Way Home”
Fat by the Gallon – “Explode”
Comrades – ”Bodega Cats”
The Right Here – “More Delusions”
Trashed Ambulance – “Bridesmaids”
The Brokedowns – “The Fort”
Failing Up – “Decaying Of Us All”
Voice of Addiction – “Dead by Dawn”
River Jumpers – “Weathered Bones”
The Lungs – “Post Nasal”
Bossfight – “Get it Right”
Almataha – “Nazi Fucks”
Links to Featured News Stories
NOFX in the news for all the wrong reasons
Propagandhi Is heading out on a short Canadian/US Tour this fall
Street Dogs have a new album coming out and have released a video for one of the new tracks
Bridge Nine signs supergroup Beach Rats, who are shrouded in mystery
Agnostic Front in pre production for new tunes
The Interrupters released a music video for a track off of new album
Millencolin working on new material?
DOA celebrates their 40th anniversary with US/Canada Tour
Riot Fest 1st wave of bands announced
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