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Australian punk outfit The Bennies release new keyboard infused single “Party Machine”

Welp, I just found my new favorite track of the week. Melbourne’s, ska-punk outfit The Bennies have just released a new single entitled “Party Machine” through Poison City Records and you can stream it in all its keyboard infused glory below.

The Bennies last released Rainbows in Space in November, 2013 via Poison City.



Iron Chic announce new 7″ – ‘Ys’; stream title track

Long Island punks Iron Chic have announced a new 7-inch, titled Ys. You can hear the title track below.

The release is due out September 11th on Poison City Records. You can order a copy right here.

The release coincides with the band’s upcoming Australian tour with Modern Baseball. Check out those dates/locations below.

Iron Chic’s previous release was The Constant One, the band’s highly-acclaimed album, which came out in 2013 on Bridge Nine Records.

 



The Meanies (Australia) release new single, “There’s a Gap”

Mind the gap!  Australian punks The Meanies have a new single out, and you can check it out below.

The Meanies have been playing since 1999, and still appear to be going strong.  Their latest album, It’s Not Me, It’s You, will be out on September 25th through Poison City Records.



Flour (punk) announce debut album “Morbid Thoughts”, release new music video

Melbourne scuzz-punk band Flour have announced that they will be releasing their debut full-length Morbid Thoughts on September 25th through Poison City Records. The 11-track album will be filled with “care-free punk rock with the perfect dose of dissonance, grime and stabbing melodies, reigniting the spirit of pioneers like Husker Du, Hard-Ons and The Replacements.” They have also released a new music video for the first single off of the album. The song is called “Lonely Girl” and you can check it out below.

Morbid Thoughts will follow-up the band’s recent 7″ titled Silverspoon.



The Smith Street Band release live music video for “Surrender”

Australian folk punks The Smith Street Band just put out a new video in their ‘Live at the Corner Hotel’ series. You can watch “Surrender” below.

The video was recorded at, as you probably guessed, the Corner Hotel in Melbourne/Richmond, back in November. The track is off the band’s latest full-length, Throw Me In The River, which came out in October of last year on SideOneDummy (US), Uncle M Music (Europe), Poison City Records (Australia), and Banquet Records (UK).

The Smith Street Band have about 30 shows planned throughout Europe over the spring and summer, with a lot of festival dates on the list. Check out the dates/locations below the video.



Luca Brasi (punk) stream new EP “Loose Threads”

So it looks like this came out a month ago but somehow it completely flew under our radar.  Until now.  Tasmania pun act Luca Brasi released a new EP titled “Loose Threads” on March 13th via Poison City Records and you can stream the entire thing below.

“Loose Threads” is a follow up to 2013’s full-length “By a Thread” also released through Poison City.



Music Video: The Smith Street Band – “Something I Can Hold in My Hands”

Australia’s The Smith Street Band have released a music video for their song “Something I Can Hold in My Hands,” and you can check it out below.

The track is off the group’s October 2014 album “Throw Me In The River.”

The Smith Street Band will be embarking on a UK your with Gnarwolves in just a few days. You can check out those dates here.



Clowns announce “These Veins” single and summer Australian tour

Aussie punk/hardcore group Clowns have announced an extensive series of Australian, “Running Through These Veins,” tour dates for this summer, and you can check out the details below.

Clowns is touring in support of their sophomore album “Bad Blood” which was released in February of this year and can be streamed in full below. Be sure to give a listen to track seven, their new single “These Veins”!



Pale Heads announce debut album “Headless,” stream new song “Thomy Cut Off A Head”

Australian dark punkers Pale Heads (featuring members of The Nation Blue, Batpiss, the Drones, & Bang! Bang! Aids!) have announced that their debut album, Headless, will be released on May 29th through Poison City Records. You can stream a new song from the band off the album below.

Pre-orders for Headless will go live sometime mid-March.



Clowns (hardcore punk) streaming new album “Bad Blood”

Aussie punk/hardcore group Clowns are streaming their new album “Bad Blood” in its entirety.

You can check it out here.

The album is due out on February 20, 2015 through Poison City Records. The album serves as a follow up to their debut album “I’m Not Right” which was released in 2013.



The Smith Street Band release music video for track “Get High, See No One”

Australia’s The Smith Street Band have released a music video for their song “Get High, See No One,” and you can check it out below.

The track is off the group’s October 2014 album “Throw Me In The River.”

The Smith Street Band is currently on an Australian tour with PUP and you can check out the dates for that here. They will also be touring the US with Andrew Jackson Jihad this spring and the information on that can be found below.



The Smith Street Band release new song “Regular Sex”

Australia’s The Smith Street Band is sharing a new track titled “Regular Sex”. The song is the B-side of their single “Surrender”, which was a Fest exclusive, and is being streamed in anticipation of the physical release of their latest album, Throw Me In The River.

Throw Me In The River launched digitally in October, and just earlier this week we posted more from the band with their surprise 7″ called “Wipe That Shit Eating Grin Off Of Your Punchable Face”.

Check out “Regular Sex” along with a list of their upcoming US tour dates below. In addition, The Smith Street Band will be touring Australia with PUP over the next few months.



The Smith Street Band release surprise 7″

The Smith Street Band have just released a surprise 7″ single called “Wipe That Shit Eating Grin Off Of Your Punchable Face,” which is a political attack on the Australian government’s treatment of asylum seekers. The 7″, which features another new song, “God In The Name Of The Father” on the flipside, is available today on bandcamp and all digital sales will be donated to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre. This 7″ will be released through Poison City Records and a large part of the physical sales will also be donated, including all of the proceeds from The Smith Street Band’s benefit show later this month. You can preorder it here.

Check it out below.

In addition to the benefit show, the band will be touring Australia with PUP over the next few months. The Smith Street Band’s latest release was Throw Me In The River, launched in October via SideOneDummy (US), Uncle M Music (Europe), Poison City Records (Australia), and Banquet Records (UK).



The Smith Street Band and PUP announce Australia tour

The Smith Street Band and Toronto punks PUP have just announce that they are going to be touring Australia together through January, February, and into March. This is particularly exciting because this is the first time PUP will be performing in Australia. You can check out when they’ll be in your area on the flyer above.

The Smith Street Band’s latest release was Throw Me In The River, launched in October via SideOneDummy (US), Uncle M Music (Europe), Poison City Records (Australia), and Banquet Records (UK). PUP released their self-titled debut back in April on SideOneDummy Records.



The Smith Street Band stream new album “Throw Me In The River”

The Smith Street Band are streaming their highly-anticipated upcoming album Throw Me In The River in its entirety, and you can check it out below.

Throw Me In The River is set to be released on October 28th through SideOneDummy (US), October 31st on Uncle M Music (Europe) and Poison City Records (Australia), and November 3rd via Banquet Records (UK).