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DS Exclusive: Wadeye (Anarcho, UK) Stream Latest EP “Spooneye With A Vengeance”

Manchester’s Wadeye have been good enough to give you Dying Scenesters an exclusive listen to their latest EP days ahead of its general release. Spooneye With a Vengeance is the third collection of music to date from the band. It features seven tracks of fierce, fiery yet immensely dance-able anarcho ska punk.

Taking the helm in terms of recording and mixing was Andy Dazzler of UK melodic hardcore act Dead Neck at Flush Studios, Manchester. The demented, politicised artwork has been provided by the immensely talented Flid Vicious. Handling distribution will be Pumpkin Records in the UK and Europe and No Time in the US.

The band, widely considered Manchester’s most dangerous, have scheduled the release of Spooneye With A Vengeance for this Wednesday. However, you lovely lot can check it out below. You’re most welcome.


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DS Exclusive: Panhandler (ffo: Hot Water Music, Hard Girls) premiere new single, “Wherever That Is”

Here’s some new music out of Stockholm, Sweden to titillate your ear-holes. It’s a little bit country, a little bit punk, a little bit emo. Whatever you wanna call these guys (and lady) they’ve put together a righteous little indie tune that goes well with bands like The Menzingers, and Hard Girls.

Panhandler is gearing up to release their first full-length, Wherever That Is, on Trash Crusader Records (Europe) and Whisk and Key Records, (Australia) on December 8, 2018, following-up their 2016 EP, There Goes the Neighborhood. The band is fresh off a tour of The Outback, and promises the title-track to be “a painfully bittersweet, nostalgic tribute to past friends,” reminding us that, “no matter what separates you, the times you had will never go away.

Pre-orders for the album are available at Whisk and Key, and you can stream “Wherever That Is” below.


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Fat Mike (NOFX) Launches Men’s Lingerie Line “Fatale”

One of punk rock’s most recognisable faces has announced the launch of his own fashion line. Fat Mike’s “Fatale” clothing range features dresses, knickers, stockings, and garter belts all apparently aimed at men. The NOFX vocalist and bass player has teamed up with LA-based designer Jessica Louise to make the collection a reality.

Appropriately, Fatale’s slogan on their website is: “Wear what the fuck you want!” Judging by Fat Mike’s hands-on approach to modelling the collection, it’s a maxim that he himself chooses to live by!

 

 


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Your Pest Band (Garage Punk, Japan) Stream EP “Automatic Aspiration” Ahead of General Release

Japanese lo-fi garage punks Your Pest Band are allowing fans to stream their entire latest EP ahead of its general release on November 16. The effort is titled Automatic Aspiration and features six power pop tracks with a distinctly gritty edge. Handling the release for the band is Dirt Cult Records.

Automatic Aspiration is the first release from Your Pest Band since their split with Snuffy Smiles in 2017. You can stream it below.


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Wood and Nails (Indie Punk, UK) Stream Single “Lights Out”

The UK-based indie punks in Wood and Nails are allowing fans to stream their latest single. The track is titled “Lights Out” and is the first new music from the band since January when they released the single “Resolutions”. It’s not clear for now if their latest work will end up on an EP or album from the four-piece.

You can check out “Lights Out” below.


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Telethon (Pop Punk, WI) Stream Latest EP “Modern Abrasive”

Pop punkers Telethon have just released their latest EP. The record is titled Modern Abrasive and features eight tracks of “power pop character studies” as the band themselves state on their bandcamp page.

Modern Abrasive is the first new music from Telethon since their impressive 90 minute punk rock opera, The Grand Spontanean: A Tale Told in Five Act, which came out in 2017.

You can check out Modern Abrasive below.


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King Medicine (Emo, Greece) Stream Single “Cause and Fracture”

Self-proclaimed “working class emo” band King Medicine has just released a new single. The track is titled “Cause and Fracture” and is the first music from the ensemble since 2014 when they released the EP Voyage. It is not clear at present if the tune will feature on a forthcoming album or EP from the quartet.

You can check out “Cause and Fracture” by King Medicine below. Enjoy!


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The Lizards (Thrash Punk, Australia) Announce Latest Album “Moonstone”, Stream Two Tracks

Aussie thrashers The Lizards have just announced that their latest album will be out on December 14. The effort is titled Moonstone and will be the group’s third full-length to date. It’s also the first new music from the trio since their single “No Fracture” dropped earlier this year.

If you can’t wait for mid-December to get your fill of down under thrash, you’re in luck. The Lizards have been good enough to share two of their tracks from Moonstone. You can find them below.


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Crazy & The Brains stream their cover of “People Who Died” ahead of new LP

New Jersey punks Crazy And The Brains are streaming their cover of The Jim Carroll Band‘s “People Who Died”, the closing track from their upcoming album “In The Ugly”, which is out on November 23rd. Pre-orders are up now via the band’s Bandcamp

You can have a listen to the track over at Brooklyn Vegan now.


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Fastfade release video for “Walkie Talkie”

London, England melodic punk trio FastFade are to release their debut album, “Happy If You Aren’t” via Umlaut Records on December 14th. Ahead of that, they’ve released a video for advance single, “Walkie Talkie”, which you can watch below.

The album is the follow up to 2017 EP “Side Effects“.


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Family Meeting to split after release of upcoming EP

Toronto melodic punks Family Meeting are to call it quits after the release of their upcoming EP Walk Left/Stand Right, which is out November 29th on Thousand Island Records.  The band have released a statement about the split, which you can read below.

The EP is the below up to 2017’s No One Cares ‘Til You’re Dead. You can have a listen to advance track “Four Months of Rain” now.


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Jesse Michaels releases “The Corridors” short films

The evergreen Jesse Michaels (of Operation Ivy, Common Rider, Classics of Love fame, of course) has released a two part, short film series on his YouTube channel. “The Corridors” features himself, as well as  Ivan Morley, David Lee Smith and Robert Axelrod.

Have a watch of both episodes below.


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