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Mikey Erg streaming cover of Bracket’s “2rak005” from “A Fat Wreck”

Mikey Erg is streaming his cover of Bracket’s “2rak005” from the upcoming  “A Fat Wreck” documentary.

You can check it out below.

Told mostly from the fans’ perspective; “A Fat Wreck” tells the story of Fat Wreck Chords’ impact on the current music landscape and how it has shaped the sound and the scene.

The 20Belows stream new EP, head out on European tour w/ House Boat & Mikey Erg

Denmark pop-punks The 20Belows have released a new EP entitled “Wreckage” and they’ll be touring Europe with House Boat and Mikey Erg in support of the release for the next week!

You can stream the EP and find details on the aforementioned European tour below.

“Wreckage” serves as a follow-up to The 20Belows’ last full-length “Late Nights,” which was released on April 26th, 2012 through Screaming Records.

Crossbone Fest 2014 (Belgium) reveal final line-up (The Murderburgers, Mikey Erg, Chixdiggit! & more)

The folks over at Crossbone Fest have revealed the final line-up of the 2014 show. Some of the bands playing include Chixdiggit!, Mikey Erg, and The Murderburgers, House Boat, and Gnarwolves.

You can check out the rest of the 2014 line-up right here.

Crossbone Fest is a DIY punk rock festival that happens annually in Houthalen, Belgium. This year’s edition will take place on March 21st-22nd.

Mikey Erg covers The Velvet Underground’s “I’ll Be Your Mirror”

To commemorate the loss of legendary musician Lou Reed, Mikey Erg released a cover of The Velvet Undergound’s song “I’ll Be Your Mirror”. “I’ll be Your Mirror” appeared on The Velvet Underground’s debut album “The Velvet Underground & Nico” which was released in 1967 through “Verve Records”.

Click here to listen to the song.

Lou Reed passed away on October 27th at age 71 due to an ailment caused by his recent liver transplant.

The Ergs! announce “Hindsight is 20/20, My Friend vol. 2: Ok, Enough Reminiscing”

New Jersey pop punk band The Ergs! have finally announced the long-awaited release of a second rarities and b-sides compilation via Facebook. Titled Hindsight is 20/20, My Friend vol. 2: Ok, Enough Reminiscing, the album will consist of “22 hard-to-find” songs by the near-sighted three and will be released on Dirtnap Records sometime later this year.

The Ergs! broke up in 2008 and released their first rarities comp, Hindsight is 20/20, My Friend Vol 1 in the same year.

Random Cover Song: Mixtapes and Mikey Erg cover Short Music for Short People

Cover songs are like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re going to get. We here at Dying Scene love hearing punk bands do their own take on other band’s songs. Sometimes they pull off amazing interpretations of old classics, sometimes they’re not much more than humble tributes to a fellow artist, and other times they’re just downright laughable renditions of otherwise great songs. Good or bad. Intriguing or mundane. We’ll let you be the judge.

Today’s cover comes in the form of multiple covers all at once. While standing outside of a Bouncing Souls show, Ryan Rockwell and Maura Weaver of Mixtapes were joined by Mikey Erg to play a round of songs from the 1999 Fat Wreck compilation Short Music for Short People. Included in the cover fest are Chixdiggit‘s “Quit Your Job”, Green Day‘s “The Ballad of Wilhelm Fink”, The Ataris‘ “The Radio Still Sucks”, The Groovie Ghoulies‘ “Doin’ Fine” and Nerf Herder‘s “Doin’ Laundry”. They kind of do blink-182‘s “Family Reunion”, too, but not really.

You can listen to the originals and the covers right here.

Short Attention (ft. members of The Ergs, Houseboat, and more) stream new 7-inch

Short Attention, featuring members of The Ergs!, Dirt Bike Annie, Steinways, Houseboat, Unlovables, Slaughterhouse Four, and about a billion others has just released its second 7-inch, “Polished Turds: 25 Decent Songs And On By Chris Grivet” on No Breaks Records. On this release they employed friends from other bands ( For Science, Tattle Tales, Dear Landlord, Sinkhole, Hunchback, Dopamines, Dead Mechanical, Kung Fu Monkeys, Screeching Weasel, Peabodys, Blatz, Larry Livermore and many more… ) to write some tunes for them. Confused yet? I know I am.

The longest song clocks in at 34 seconds and you you can stream the entire record right here.

Mikey Erg and Alex Kerns (Lemuria) release 7-inch split on Asian Man Records

After more than a year of waiting Asian Man Records brings to you a Mikey Erg of the Ergs and Alex Kerns of Lemuria split 7-inch. This will be a one-time pressing of 500 record available here.

Both artists have contributed new tracks for the release. You can check out the full track listing here.

Mikey Erg releases EP “Fucifier”

The multi-talented Mikey Erg (The Ergs, Star Fucking Hipsters) released a new EP, “Fucifier.” He plays every instrument on the 7-inch and experiments with screaming angry thrash.

You can check out the five song EP on his Bandcamp page or order the flexi 7-inch from John Wilkes Booth Records.

Tony Sly, Dave Hause & Mikey Erg headed for short run of Canadian dates

Tony Sly (No Use for a Name), Dave Hause (The Loved Ones) and Mikey Erg (The Ergs) have announced a handful of dates in Canada together starting at the end of May.

You can check out where they are headed by looking at the tour dates right here.

Dave Hause posts spring East Coast tour dates

While supporting his debut solo LP Resolutions, The Loved Ones‘ frontman Dave Hause is headed to the East Coast this April to play a handful of shows. Joining him will be Mikey Erg (of The Ergs) and Ian Graham (of Cheap Girls). You can find the tour dates here.

Resolutions came out in January on Paper + Plastick Records.