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Dying Scene Radio – Episode 4 – Band Spotlight: Spanish Love Songs

Welcome to 2018, comrades! In case you were wondering, Bob’s resolution for this new year is to tighten up his editing time frames so that we’re not playing Christmas themed songs in January and Anarchopunk is pretty much perfect, so he has nothing to improve upon, thus no resolutions were established. We’re really hoping that your new year’s resolution was to listen to more punk news podcasts! If so, you’re really gonna dig this one! In this installment, we’re featuring a menagerie of international punk bands.  We’ve got French punks, British punks, South African punks, Canadian punks and we even sprinkled in some American punks with an interview from the Los Angeles based grouch punk act, Spanish Love Songs. All of this and more in Episode Four of the new and improved Dying Scene Radio, below!



DS Exclusive: Spanish Love Songs premiere ‘Buffalo Buffalo’, sign to A-F Records and Uncle M Records

Big news day today for Dyingscene homies Spanish Love Songs. LA’s favourite grouch rockers not only announced their signing to A-F Records (US) and Uncle M Records (EU), but also dropped a brand new EP. As the icing on the cake, title track ‘Buffalo Buffalo‘ even comes with a shiny new video, which we are very proud to premiere for you today. Frontman Dylan Slocum about the new songs:

“The songs on Buffalo Buffalo give a quick glimpse of where we’ve been for the past few years — falling in love while it feels like the world’s imploding, getting too old to be young dudes in a band, and trying real hard to stay positive. They’re also a glimpse of what’s to come, and we hope people love them as much as we do.”

If you’re just as excited as us to hear these songs live, be sure to catch the band on one of their upcoming West Coast tour dates with Ducking Punches or at pre-Fest and Fest in Florida. In the meantime, head down below to catch new tunes, a brand new video for ‘Buffalo Buffalo’ and SLS’ upcoming party dates.



Spanish Love Songs announce October dates (including Fest)

Los Angeles punks Spanish Love Songs are to tour throughout October, culminating in their appearance at Fest. The band play a series of dates in the west before heading over there at the end of the month. Support for all dates is the UK’s Ducking Punches.

Full details of the tour are below.



Album Release: Wiretap Records Premieres Christmas Compilation For Charity

SoCal based punk/indie label, Wiretap Records has released it’s first annual Christmas Compilation just in time for the holidays! The compilation includes new Holiday themed tracks from Wiretap bands and friends including Spanish Love Songs, Avenues, Get Married, Sons of Strangers as well as Margate, The Dollyrots, The Stragglers, The Record Collection and loads more. Proceeds from the compilation will be donated to the Anti Bullying organization, Stomp Out Bullying. Stream the comp below to get your Christmas spirit going, then head over to the label’s Bandcamp page to make a donation and download the album!



Spanish Love Songs play acoustic version of “Concrete”

Los Angeles punk rock band Spanish Love Songs recently sat down on the Dressed In Black Sessions to play an acoustic version of their song “Concrete.”

You can check it out below.

“Concrete” comes from the bands’ latest album Giant Sings The Blues, which was released this past year via Wiretap Records (US) and Bearded Punk Records (EU).



Spanish Love Songs embark on first EU tour, cover Enrique Iglesias’ “Escapar”

Los Angeles punk rock band Spanish Love Songs are embarking on their first ever tour of Europe. The band will be making stops in Belgium, Germany, Italy, France, and Switzerland from November 4th-12th. They will start Baracke, DE and work their way over to Bearded Punk Fest in Belgium on February 12th.

In celebration of this milestone, the group actually covered a spanish love song. You can check out the dates and locations for this tour as well as their cover of Enrique Iglesias’ “Escapar” below.



Spanish Love Songs release “Bad Day” video

Los Angeles punks Spanish Love Songs have premiered a music video for their track “Bad Day” off of their latest album “Giant Sings The Blues”, which was released this past year via Wiretap Records (US) and Bearded Punk Records (EU).

The video release precedes the band heading overseas next week for their first European Tour. They’ll be joined by fellow Bearded Punk Records band Drum Drum Dance Dance.

Check out the video for “Bad Day” and the bands European tour dates below.



Spanish Love Songs release free b-sides & demos compilation “Little Giants”

Los Angeles’ Spanish Love Songs have released a compilation of b-sides and demos titled Little Giants. You can give it a listen below, and download it for free on their Bandcamp page.

The band’s debut album Giant Sings The Blues was released in 2015 through Wiretap Records.



Spanish Love Songs prepares for first European tour

Los Angeles based Spanish Love Songs has just announced their first tour overseas in Europe.

The band will be heading out beginning in November, with shows in Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, and France.

You can have a look at all the tour dates and locations below.

Spanish Love Songs last released “Giant Sings The Blues”, this past February through Wiretap Records.



Spanish Love Songs premiere music video for “Concrete”, announce West Coast tour dates

Today we’re stoked to bring you the premiere of the first music video from Los Angeles based Spanish Love Songs. It’s for my personal favorite song of theirs, “Concrete” taken from their debut full-length Giant Sings The Blues. Check it out along with the band’s upcoming West Coast tour dates below.

Giant Sings The Blues was released via Wiretap Records last February. Stream it and pick up a digital copy here.



Show Review: Spanish Love Songs, Melted, Rayner, Born Rivals – Los Angeles 5/20/2016

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Some of the best shows in Los Angeles can be found in the San Fernando Valley. Not that the crowds are huge or the acts are world renowned. It’s more about intimacy and the quality of the performances. The smaller shows in bars and pubs aren’t usually things to highlight unless you’re in a large city like LA or New York. Places where the talent pool is so deep that loads of promising young artists (and even some well known acts) hone their craft at tiny venues on a consistent basis in their time off between touring. A few weeks back, we were invited to attend one of these inconspicuous events on the ‘wrong side of the hills’. So, to prove our point, we dragged LA based staffer, AnarchoPunk out of his gutter, scrubbed him up a bit and sent him over to The Surly Goat in Encino to check out some of the biggest names in up and coming punk acts at this cozy concert in the 818. Check out his full review (and some shitty pictures) below!



Album Review: Spanish Love Songs – “Giant Sings the Blues”

Back in early 2015, Los Angeles indie/emo punkers Spanish Love Songs self-released their ten track debut LP, Giant Sings the Blues. The album garnered rave reviews from critics and fans alike (even making the Top Albums of 2015 list of DyingScene head honcho, Mr. X) being compared to renowned punk/alt-rockers The Menzingers. Among the many groups to take notice was Los Angeles based, independent label, Wiretap Records who promptly signed them and re-released an extended version of the acclaimed album with three additional tracks that weren’t included on the original.

Check out the full review of this thrilling, thirteen track re-release below!



Discover some great new punk bands through the latest Wiretap Records free compilation

Free compilations have always been the best way to make new music discoveries in the opinion of this humble punk enthusiast. Admittedly, there are a lot of shitty ones out there but the Winter 2016 comp from Wiretap Records isn’t one of them. It skews a little indie at points but there are a lot of great up and coming punk bands on here worthy of your attention including Spanish Love Songs, Civil War Rust, UnderTipper and even Dying Scene Records act Problem Daughter, just to name a few. There’s even an acoustic cover of Offspring’s “The Kids Aren’t All Right” worthy checking out.

Here’s a little note from Wiretap founder Rob Castellon about the comp:

“We started doing the Wiretap comps in 2014 as a way to help promote the bands on our roster, but also sort of test the waters on bands we were hoping to work with down the line. I still actively listen to some of the samplers/comps I received in the late 90’s/00’s and like many, learned about so many new bands from them. If you don’t find at least 5 bands on here that you get excited about… there’s something seriously wrong. Bands in all genres of punk, indie, ska, post/punk, emo, etc are doing some exciting things today.”

Give it a listen below and pick it up for free download on bandcamp.



Spanish Love Songs stream ‘Giant Sings the Blues (Extended Version)’

This past Tuesday we told you that Los Angeles based Spanish Love Songs had signed with Wiretap Records and would be re-releasing their debut album, Giant Sings the Blues, with three additional tracks. We already brought you a stream of one new song, “Paper Cups,” but now you can hear the entire Extended Version of the record via New Noise right here.

Giant Sings The Blues (Extended Version) will be available this Friday, February 12t, 2016 through Wiretap Records. You can stream the entire record over at Wiretap’s Bandcamp site.



Spanish Love Songs sign with Wiretap Records, premieres new song “Paper Cup”

Los Angeles based Spanish Love Songs have signed with Wiretap Records and are premiering new music today as part of the re-release of their debut album Giant Sings the Blues that was released last May.

The new song titled “Paper Cup” is part of 3 new tracks included in the new “Extended” re-release of Giant Sings the Blues. Stream the entire record over at Wiretap’s Bandcamp site, and listen to Paper Cup below. The Giant Sings The Blues re-release (Extended Version) is out and available this Friday February 12th.