Search Results for "Garage Punk"

Rum Bar Records release free digital sampler “Somebody Out There Is Having A Party”

Prodigious punk ‘n roll label Rum Bar Records have just released a free digital sampler titled “Somebody Out There Is Having A Party” and if you like old school rock ‘n roll vibes it’s a great way to discover some new bands. Stream it for free below and download it for free on bandcamp.



Ditch Boys (garage punk) streaming new EP

New Haven, CT’s latest garage-punks on the scene, Ditch Boys, are streaming their new EP, Seven Minutes With Ditch Boys. Check out the three-song EP below – it will definitely leave you wanting more.



Good Shade (Garage Punk) release new video, announce tour dates

Columbus garage punk act Good Shade have released a new video for their song “Must Have Been.”

You can check that out along with the bands’ upcoming tour dates below.

“Must Have Been” comes from the bands’ latest album, Way Out, that was released on February 15th via Dirtnap Records.



Jerkswitch (Formerly The SkudFux) Stream Debut Album, “BUFO”

Montreal-based Jerkswitch have just released an album on Thousand Islands Records. The band has formed out of the ashes of The SkudFux, who parted ways a few  months ago, and their debut effort is titled “BUFO”. Their sound is raw and garagy with elements of ska and even some chilled out almost psychedelic sections occasionally thrown into the mix.

You can check it out in full below.



Dan Web and the Spiders stream new album “Be Alright”

Boston’s Dan Webb and the Spiders are streaming their upcoming album, Be Alright, which is set to be released on June 6th via Gunner Records.

You can check it out, along with the bands’ upcoming German tour dates with Irish Handcuffs, below.

Dan Webb and the Spiders last released Live at MIT! today.  Ah hell, stream that below too.



The Cryptkeeper Five (punk) stream cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “No Surrender”

New Jersey punk act The Cryptkeeper Five are streaming their cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “No Surrender.”

You can give it a listen below.

The Cryptkeeper Five last released The Stronghold in 2017.



DS Exclusive: Illiterates stream 30 second song, “God is E Flat” (ffo: Black Lips, Surfbort)

“Seeking bassist for loud, fast, extremely drunk rock & roll side project. Influences: Dead Boys, Dead Kennedys, Stooges, MC5, Mudhoney, early Replacements. Minimal time commitment. We have to really like hanging out with you. Also, no complaining or creative disagreements allowed. In fact, creativity is frowned upon. We favor pure adrenaline and enthusiasm over chops and interesting ideas. Have no songs yet, but we have a show booked.” That’s the Facebook add answered by bassist Jesse Cole, who would go on to finalize the creation of the fast, loud and seedy garage punk band, Illiterates.

Illiterates are a new band out of Atlanta with LA ties, recently picked up by Baby Robot Media. Their debut album, Makeout Mountainwas released in September of last year to blistering reviews, and Illiterates have since busied themselves recording a follow-up LP, Goddamn Gun-Toting Junkie Camaro Enthusiasts, which is produced by Ed Rawls (Black Lips, The Coathangers) and promises more of the frantic and impulsive transmittal velocity as the first. That album will be released on June 14th.

Of Goddamn Gun-Toting Junkie Camaro Enthusiasts,  guitarist Steve Labate says, “We’ve always wanted illiterates to be raw. We force ourselves to keep things simple. If anyone’s ever overthinking a part, anyone else could throw up a veto and strip the idea down to its base layer. Recording totally analog with Ed and Justin was a reflection of that ethos. It was all about the feel of each take rather than capturing a perfect performance.” “God is E Flat” capitalizes, perhaps excessively on that concept being one note strummed in concession as an inventory is taken over people’s various past and present theistic obsessions.

“In classical music, E-flat is considered the ‘Key of the Divine.” continues Labate. “A lot of old composers would write their divine-inspired symphonies to God in E-flat, so we wrote a whole song around just that one note.”

Simple songs for simple people… That’s you young scenesters, and I’m glad to premiere “God is E Flat” for you today, available below – and I highy (cough, cough) recommend going back and giving Makeout Mountain another listen as well. (Link provided above.)

“We just want to hit that primal part of your brain that’s all id,” explains vocalist, Steve Albertson. “Just sex, drugs, violence, viscera, energy.”

Labate goes a step further… “Maybe it’s a bit of escapism, trying to get away from everything going on in the world right now, but just for a moment, we want to let people live out that fantasy of what rock & roll was when you were a kid.”



Album Review: Gamblers – “Straight No Chaser”

With their debut EP “Straight No Chaser”, Northwich’s Gamblers have set their stall out as a band that makes energetic, fun and catchy garage punk. EP opener “Casket Face” wastes no time channelling The Bronx and Cancer Bats, delivering a refreshing kick in the face for those impatient for something to jump around to, and the band rarely lets up across the six tracks. “Time Less Wasted” arrives with dashes of Fucked Up and The Hives as the mid-record highlight, but there’s no dull moments on a record that’s accomplished far beyond the band’s modest years. “Straight No Chaser” is a great starting point for a band with plenty of promise, and if Gamblers manage to translate this impressive first effort into a full length, they’re going to be very exciting in the forthcoming years.

Give “Straight No Chaser” a listen below.



Mean Motor Scooter (FFO: Night Birds, Riverboat Gamblers) release music video for “Gutterboy Blues”

Fort Worth TX garage punk band, Mean Motor Scooter has released a shaky, twangy, paranoid, reverb-tinged and vertigo-inducing music video for the song “Gutterboy Blues” out on Dreamy Life Records, directed by Ian McKenyon of Coffee Pot Films, and produced by Anthony Milton. You can stream that video below.



Rum Bar Records stream Winter 2019 sampler

Rum Bar Records are streaming their Winter 2019 sampler.  The compilation includes bands such as The Peawees, Muck and the Mires, Duck & CoverThe Cheap CassettesThe Right HereJustine and the Unclean, and many more.  You can give the whole thing a listen below.



Radkey (Punk, PO) stream new song “P.A.W.” online

Radkey are streaming a new song, “P.A.W.”, online. The song is taken from the band’s ‘waterfall’ release “No Strange Cats”, which is building up over time. Check out the track by heading to Kerrang!.



Killer Hearts (ffo: Electric Frankenstein, The Hellacoptors) stream music video for “Killed by Volume”

Texas punk and roll band, Killer Hearts have just released a rawkin’ new video for their track “Killed by Volume” off their self-titled EP. They’ve got trouble streaming for free and we are bringing it at you below. Check it out!



Radkey (Punk) stream new single “Spiders”

Missouri-based punk three-piece Radkey are allowing fans to stream their latest single “Spiders”.

You can give it a listen here.

Radkey have released multiple singles since their last full length, which was 2016’s Delicious Rock Noise.



The Exploding Hearts Documentary Trailer Released

Venerable Portland, OR garage-punk act The Exploding Hearts, who tragically lost three of it’s four members in a van accident a mere four months after their breakthrough album Guitar Romantic was released in 2003, are the subject of a new documentary that is set to be released later this year.

The filmmakers have released the first trailer, which you can check out below.

If you want to stay up to date with the film, you can check out their website here.



Van Dammes (garage punk) release video for “Risky Business”

Helsinki, Finland’s garage punk exports Van Dammes have released a video for “Risky Business”. The song is the title-track from their new, six song EP, out next month via German label Rockstar Records.

Have a watch below. EP pre-orders are up now.