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Pacific Sound System Streams Third Edition of its Compilation

In an effort to get more bands promoting each other’s music and open up new touring opportunities, Pacific Sound System has released another instalment of its compilation. The collection is simply titled Pacific Sound System: Volume III and features tracks 31 tracks of ska, punk, and reggae from the likes of You Big Idiot, Blackwood Kings, and The Brass Action.

You can check it out in its entirety below.

Pacific Sound System released the previous edition of its compilation in 2015.



Bad Animals (Punk, WA) Stream Lyric Video and Announce Debut Album “All The Shakes”

Rising from the ashes of It Gets Worse and The Remnants, Seattle-based Bad Animals have a string of announcements to kick off their journey as a band.

The group has just released a lyric video for the title track from their forthcoming album, All The Shakes. You can check it out below.

In addition, Bad Animals will be performing at the High Dive in Seattle on March 26 to mark the release of their debut album. Supporting them will be Dreadful Children, and Question? No Answer.



The Wet Bandits (Pop Punk, Canada) Stream Single “Headfirst”

Toronto’s The Wet Bandits have a new single out. It’s titled “Headfirst” and you lot can stream it for free below.

The track is the first release from the band since their 2017 single, “The Optimist”.



NOFX announce their 2019 7″ of the Month Club

NOFX have announced that they are undertaking the second installment of their 7” of the Month Club. Details of releases are yet to surface, but pre-orders are up now.

Have a watch of Fat Mike discussing the plans below.



The Tenth (Bubblegum Punk) Releases Debut LP, Dunes

Los Angeles based bubblegum punk quartet The Tenth hit the scene last Summer with their debut EP Boys We Don’t Know. Now, just a short six months later, the young ladies have returned with their first foray into full lengths! The thirteen track LP, Dunes hits shelves today (you can pick up a digital copy over on their Bandcamp page or stream on Spotify) and picks up where the EP ends. Keep an eye on the band’s Youtube page as well, because they premiere the music video for the track, “I Saw A Ghost”! If guitarist/vocalist Harley Quinn Smith looks familiar to you, it’s probably because the she is the offspring of world famous Indie film maker, Kevin Smith. In addition to her music endeavors, the nineteen year old has also made appearances in films, such as 2016 Sundance Film Festival favorite Yoga Hosers (also starring Johnny Depp, Natasha Lyonne and Justin Long), Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (at the age of 1), Jersey GirlClerks IITusk and her newest film All These Small Moments. 



St. Plaster (Skate Punk, NL) stream debut track “Run To Your Shelters”

Formed by Adrian Delange of Call It Off and Tim van Doorn of Big Dog Recordings, St Plaster have released their debut song “Run To Your Shelters”. The track is taken from their self-titled debut, which will be released later this year.

The band are planning on some 2019 live dates, including Bearded Punk Fest 3 and Brakrock Ecofest. You can listen to the track using the player below.



American War Machine (Hardcore, Boston) announce debut album “Unholy War”

American War Machine, featuring members of Slapshot, Agnostic Front, Blood For Blood, and Intent To Injure, have announced the release of their debut LP.

The band will release “Unholy War” through Bridge Nine in April. The release follows their “Prey Drive” EP.  Check out the track listing below.



Only on Weekends (pop-punk) premiere music video for “Always Greener”

Dying Scene has been stocking up on “whoa’s” to bring you Only on Weekends‘ new music video, “Always Greener”, a song about the woes of having a love life while playing in a rock and roll band. Noted for their cleverly entertaining videos, this one tells the age-old disaster story of what it’s like to date a musician.

Directed by Tim Matthews, “Always Greener” is an inward reflection about self-centeredness and neglecting those we cherish, and imparts a lesson to the wise of the value of communication. It’s a funny video, with a plot borrowed from every sitcom ever-made, (Boy Meets World and The Flinstones to name a few) portraying the juggling act of divided attention, which nearly always terminates poorly in assured self-sabotaging obsolescence.

This four-piece pop punk ensemble from Philly (by way of New Jersey) has been running their GMC Vandura up and down the east coast for the past several years and recently released a new full-length album, Another Wasted Night, which was recorded and produced by Jesse Cannon. (The Menzingers, Saves the Day, The Misfits) It is available for streaming and purchase here. Check out the video to “Always Greener” below.



Burn Burn Burn (punk) streaming new single “Catharsis NOW!”

Seattle punks Burn Burn Burn are streaming the first single “Catharsis NOW!” off of their upcoming album Chosen Family. Being a huge fan of 90’s punk, this song brought me back to the glory days of Diesel Boy and NoFX, if this is a taste of what we can expect from the rest of the album we are in for a treat.

Check out the new single below.

Due out later this month, Chosen Family is the first new music from Burn Burn Burn since their 2018 release The Seoul Sessions. As mentioned above, if you enjoy Diesel Boy or NoFX these guys are for you, so check them out.



Judiciary (hardcore) streaming new album “Surface Noise”

Lubbock hardcore act Judiciary are streaming their latest face-melting treat Surface Noise. Featuring a mix of the old-school hardcore sound and some right through your face lyrics, this is a must listen for any hardcore fans out there.

Check out the new album below.

This is the début full length for the Texas hardcore act. If you enjoy Suicidal Tendencies or Madball, you will dig these guys.



South Berkeley (pop-punk) releases video for new single “Glass N Sparks”

French pop-punks South Berkeley have released a new video for the first single “Glass N Sparks” off their upcoming album Too Slow, which will be released later this year on Krod Records. The video features a lot of graffiti, a lovers quarrel and some booze in a forest (what’s more punk than booze in the woods?).

Check out the new video below.

This is the first new music from South Berkeley since they released the single “Tiny Rascals” which will also appear on the forthcoming album, back in 2017. 



Downway (punk) streaming new single “Part of the Show”

Calgary punks Downway returned from a long hibernation in 2017 to play a few shows, they’ve started 2019 off with announcement of a new album. The first single “Part of the Show” off of their upcoming album Last Chance for More Regrets is now available to stream.  As well as the new single the band has announced a run of shows in Ontario and Quebec later on this spring with Hit the Switch.

You can check out the new song and tour dates below.

This is the first new music from the Calgary punks since their 2003 split with fellow Canadians Belvedere. if the first song off the new album is any sign of what we can expect from the rest of the album, we are all in for a treat.



We Discontent (Post-Hardcore/Alternative, UK) release debut EP “Sleep/Crosses/Sold”

South London, UK based rock/post-hardcore outfit We Discontent (who include an ex-member of Lay It On The Line) have released their debut EP. “Sleep/Crosses/Sold” is out now on all the usual streaming platforms, including Spotify.

Have a listen to “Sleep” below.



Tim Armstrong forms “fictional” side project punk band Landfill Crew, stream first single

It’s getting harder and harder to keep up with Rancid member side projects, particularly Tim Armstrong’s. The latest is Landfill Crew, a fictional animated punk rock band set in the 1980’s. Describing it Tim writes:

I play one of the characters named Bagga and my friend Tippa Lee plays the character Hux. Tippa Lee is one of my favorite Jamaican vocalists that has been recording reggae music in Kingston since the early 80s. J Bonner animated the videos and helped develop the characters. Hope you guys enjoy this 4 song EP as much as we do.”

The aforementioned self-titled EP is being split released via Hellcat Records and Pirates Press and you can stream the title track below.



Live Well (pop punk) releases video for single ‘Neck Tattoos’

New York-based band Live Well have released a music video for their debut single ‘Neck Tattoos’. Formed in 2017, the band have been recording a full length with Ace Enders of Early November and Nik Bruzzese of Man Overboard at their studio The Lumberyard.

You can stream the video below.