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Dying Scene Radio – Episode 12 – Band Spotlight: Mad Caddies

Dying Scene Radio is back with a new installment! In this episode, Bobby heads down to the beach for Surf City Blitz Festival to eat some awesome food,watch some dirt bike racing and listen to some fantastic music. Oh yea! He also sat down with the Sultans of Ska, Mad Caddies to talk about growing up in Solvang, how Joey Cape helped kick start their music career and…wine fermentation?? As always, the guys are also bringing you all of the noteworthy scene news that you were probably too lazy to read and play rad new tracks from emerging artists that you were probably too lazy to discover! All of that and much, much more in Episode 12 of Dying Scene Radio, below!

Richie Ramone to release memoir “I KNOW BETTER NOW: My Life Before, During, and After The Ramones”

The man himself Richie Ramone is set to release a memoir of his adventures before, during and after the Ramones.

The handbook cover is set to release on December 11, 2018 for $29.99. According to Backbeat Books.

In I KNOW BETTER NOW, Richie Ramone shares lively stories from his early years growing up in Passaic, New Jersey, revealing his mischievous nature. He describes how he became a member of the Ramones and then takes readers backstage during the Ramones’ many gigs and tours. Overnight, Richie went from the obscurity of the underground club scene to becoming a “brother” in the most famous punk-rock band of all time. Joey Ramone, himself, credited Richie for saving the band. Richie composed classic cuts like the menacing anthem “Somebody Put Something in My Drink” and was the only Ramones percussionist to sing lead vocals for the group. “

Make sure you don’t miss it!

La Dispute announce release of fourth album “Panorama”

Hardcore legends La Dispute have just announced that they’ll be releasing their fourth album titled, “Panorama” on Epitaph Records.

It’s a highly ambitious and deeply affecting body of work that filters narrative storytelling through a personal lens, like a set of Joan Didion essays set to music. ” 

Check out the tracklist below!

Good Luck, Ugly! (Orange County Punk) stream new album “Side Hugs & Back Stabs”

Orange County, CA punk act Good Luck, Ugly! are streaming their new album, Side Hugs & Back Stabs, which was released on November 29th.

You can give it a listen below.

Good Luck, Ugly! last released The Mostly Regrettable EP in September 2016.

The Problem Addicts and RushmoreFL announce split EP “Order by Mail”

Deltona, FL’s The Problem Addicts and RushmoreFL have announced they will be releasing a split EP, Order By Mail, on December 5th via A Jam Records.

The band is each streaming a song from the release and you can listen to those below.

The Problem Addicts last released Derailed on February 24th via A Jame Records.  RushmoreFL last released Don’t Over Think It in August 2017.

Braincoats (punk) streaming two new songs

Swedish punks Braincoats are streaming two brand new tracks. “Hurts Just Right” and “Can’t Have You” are a pair of gems, no word on whether they are a part of a bigger project yet, but we can only hope it is.

Check out the new songs below.

This is the first new music from Braincoats since the 2017 release of 12 Reasons For Self Medication, which if you missed it was a stellar album. 

Bad Luck (pop-punk) sign with Take It To Heart Records release single

Take This To Heart Records has signed Brooklyn pop-punks Bad Luck. To celebrate the union Bad Luck has released their rendition of the Christmas classic “All I Want For Christmas Is You”.

You can check out the punk rock version below.

Bad Luck last released Noise In Your Head back in 2015, then seemingly vanished. Only to reappear like the ghost of Christmas past just in time for 2019.

Me First and The Gimme Gimmes stream “Santa Baby”

If you’re not feeling festive yet, then perhaps Me First And The Gimme Gimmes  can help you get into the mood. They’ve released their version of “Santa Baby”.

Have a listen to it below. Then get your copy of that Bad Religion Christmas album out…

Family Meeting release final EP “Walk Left/Stand Right”

Toronto melodic punks Family Meeting have released their final EP Walk Left/Stand Right, which is out now Thousand Island Records. The band announced recently that they were to split after the release.

Have a listen on Spotify.


New Band Alert: Anthem Grief (punk) debuts music video for single “My Life In Restraint”

Philadelphia punk act Anthem Grief have released a video (shot in Brazil) for their single “My Life in Restraint”, and you can watch it below.

The band was started in January 2018 by Behind Deadlines drummer Gee Lima, as a ‘raw punk’ studio project, and boy does it deliver. When I asked Gee about the album he said: “John Merlino is my best friend and we always get together to play FIFA, drink whiskey and write songs. One day we basically decided to do the same thing but in a studio. We were mainly trying to have fun.”

Their new EP “Defense Mechanisms” drops on December 21st. You can pre-save it to your Spotify account here

Riverside Odds signs to Altercation Records

Philadelphia Speed-Punk outfit Riverside Odds has signed to New York/Austin based punk imprint Altercation Records. Both are planning on an early Summer release of a new full length album produced by The Supersuckers Eddie Spaghetti.

Front man and Riverside Odds ringleader R.W. Hellborn commented;

“We are extremely excited to announce our signing to Altercation Records and we want to thank Travis and JT for supporting what we do, and can’t wait to bring our style of speed punk rock & roll to even more fans as we get set to release this next album in 2019”

Travis Myers, Co-Owner of Altercation had this to say;

“We at Altercation are very happy to have signed Riverside Odds, we have been watching them grow since they had released their last record [Let The Mayhem Begin] and have become big fans of their sound …Their live show is must see and is truly second to none, and their in your face sex, drugs, rock & roll, approach to the music is a perfect fit for our label, and we look forward to working with them for years to come.”

Interview: David Green (Moonraker) Gives Us a Track by Track Breakdown of The New LP “Lanterns”

Southern California punks Moonraker released their sophomore record Lanterns back in September of this year via Tiny Dragon Music and after having a few months to listen to and digest the album, we wanted to know more about it. So we called up drummer/vocalist David Green and asked all of the questions that were eating away at us! All eleven tracks, dissected and explained by the man himself! If you haven’t heard the album yet, go download it and listen while you read through. If you’re already a fan, listen to it again while you read through, below!

Wood Chickens (cowpunk) stream new single, “Emilio Estevez”

Wisconsin cow-punk band Wood Chickens have released a brand spanking new single off of their upcoming album, Well Done. The song is called “Emilio Estevez” (you will have to ask them the meaning behind that) and it is the fifth track on the 13-song album.

You can listen to it here.

Wood Chickens’ last release was a 7″ called Mall Cop. It was released in September of this year through the same label that their new one will come out on – Big Neck Records.


Softswitch (noise-punk) stream album “Happiness”

Winnipeg noise-punks Softswitch recently released a brand new album called Happiness and are currently streaming it in full. The 4-track album is post-punky with DIY ethos embedded into their use of electronics. A unique sound if that is what you are into, listen to the full thing below and see for yourself!

Fun fact: this record was mixed in Chicago by Steve Albini and mastered  by Bob Weston, also in Chicago.

The Hives and Refused announce 2019 US tour

Swedish punk veterans The Hives and Refused have announced a co-headlining tour of the US in 2019. The tour will be both band’s first time performing on this side of the world in three years and will be the pairing’s first appearance together in nearly twenty years. The band’s will be appearing at festivals like Punk Rock Bowling and Sonic Temple with other club shows announced in conjunction.

You can view a full list of dates and locations below.

Refused released their latest EP, Servant of Death, in June earlier this year. The Hives’ last release was 2012’s Lex Hives.