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Boston punkers Witches With Dicks release new EP

Straight up punk rock out of Boston, Witches With Dicks have released their new EP entitled Not Just A Passing Season which you can listen to below.

Not Just A Passing Season is available through Dead Broke Rekerds and was released on February 5th, 2015. 

Deep Pockets streaming “Day Care” off upcoming “Nice Life” EP

New York indie/grunge/punk band Deep Pockets has just released a new single from the band’s upcoming EP “Nice Life”.

The track is entitled “Day Care” and you can listen to it below.

“Nice Life” is set to be released in the coming weeks through Dead Broke Rekerds.

Get Bent streams their entire discography

Although Get Bent is no longer in existence as a band, you can stream the Queens, New York punk act’s entire 10-track legacy, plus a new bonus track, here.  The songs will be released as Discography by Dead Broke Rekerds.

The members of Get Bent went to to play in some great bands, including Iron Chic , Jonesin’, Potboiler, and The State Lottery.

Casual streaming debut self-titled EP; heading out on tour

New Jersey punks Casual (ex-NONA member) have just made their upcoming, debut, self-titled EP available to stream in its entirety.

The album is due out later this summer through Dead Broke Rekerds, but you can listen to the whole thing below.

The band is also getting ready to head out on a month-long East Coast and Midwest tour, dates and locations of which can be found below.

Outta Gas streaming self-titled 7″ in entirety

Brooklyn punks Outta Gas are streaming their new 7″ in its entirety.

The work is being co-released by Life On An Island and All On Vinyl next week (June 16th), but you can listen to the four-track EP below.

In addition, the band has announced a slew of tour dates in order to support their upcoming release.

Horace Pinker stream new song “Recover”

Chicago punk legends Horace Pinker are streaming their new song “Recover”, the title track from their upcoming 7″ EP, which is due for release this summer through Dead Broke Rekerds. You can listen to the song below.

Horace Pinker’s latest full-length studio album, Local State Inertia, was released in 2012 on Jump Start Records.

Outta Gas announces S/T 7″ and tour dates, streams new song “Every Minute”

Brooklyn punks Outta Gas has announced that they will be releasing a self-titled 7″ in May. In the mean time, they are streaming their first single from the record titled “Every Minute”.

In addition, the band has announced a slew of tour dates in order to support their upcoming release.

You can check them out at stream “Every Minute” here.

Casual announce upcoming album; premier two tracks

NJ punks Casual (ex-NONA member) announced they’ll be releasing their debut album via Dead Broke Rekerds later this year. The band just premiered two new tracks: “Spent” (off the album) found here and “Mana Burn” (off a compilation) here.

Be sure to check back for more info both this upcoming album and band.


Full EP Stream: Crow Bait – “Separate Stations”

Long Island punk outfit Crow Bait (featuring members of Iron Chic and Sister Kisser) have just released their latest EP “Separate Stations” for streaming. You can check it out in its entirety below.

“Separate Stations” was released on January 15th 2015 and serves as a follow up to “Sliding Through The Halls Of Fate” which was released in May 2014.

Awful Man stream their half of upcoming split LP with Ex-Planets

Boston punks Awful Man are streaming seven new songs from their upcoming split LP with Ex-Planets and you can stream them all below.

The album is tentatively scheduled to be released next year on Dead Broke Rekerds.

Awful Man has released 2 EPs, 2012′s Waiting for the Tanks to Come Rolling In and 2011′s New Ways to Say Fuck Off.

Dead Broke Rekerds and Square of Opposition Records announce reissue of Spraynard’s debut album “Cut and Paste”

Good news for all you Spraynard fans! Dead Broke Rekerds and State of Opposition Records will be teaming up to reissue the band’s debut album “Cut and Paste.”

The album will be available on 12″ vinyl in both ketchup red and yellow mustard color options. No official release date has been announced, so check out the label website for more details. In the meantime, you can re-familiarize yourself with “Cut and Paste” by streaming the album below.

Iron Chic and Low Culture stream songs from upcoming split 7-inch

Long Island punks Iron Chic and New Mexico’s Low Culture are each streaming one song from their upcoming split 7-inch. You can give both tracks a listen below.

The split is set to be released in November through Dead Broke Rekerds and Dirt Cult Records. Pre-orders are available here and here.

Iron Chic’s sophomore album The Constant One was released last November on Bridge Nine Records. Low Culture’s Screens also dropped in 2013 via Dirtnap Records.

Fellow Project releases new track from upcoming EP, “Basic Axemanship”

Long Island punks Fellow Project have a new EP called Basic Axemanship due out this winter, and you can hear a new track called “Hatchets” here.

The album will be released on Dead Broke Rekerds, and will also be available when the band plays at Fest.  Fellow Project released Stable Life back in 2011.

Beach Slang announce tour with Cheap Girls and Signals Midwest

Philadelphia, PA’s Beach Slang (featuring members of WestonEx Friends, and more) have just announced a string of tour dates featuring Cheap Girls and Signals Midwest. Check the full list of dates out below.

Beach Slang will release “Cheap Thrills on a Dead End Street”, which is set to be released digitally on September 30th, and physically on October 28th through Tiny Engines Records.

Somerset Thrower stream upcoming debut 7″ EP “Falling Swingers”

Long Island, New York-based Somerset Thrower are now streaming their upcoming debut 7″ EP Falling Swingers which will be released sometime this fall via Dead Broke Rekerds. You can check it out here.

The group features members of The Agent, Bastard Cut, and more, playing a style of music that is not only melodic, but still has grit while maintaining a nod to the past.