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Say Anything sign to Dine Alone Records for upcoming album

California’s Say Anything have announced that they have signed to Dine Alone Records for their upcoming album, which will be produced by Will Yip.  Here’s what Say Anything lead singer Max Bemis had to say about the signing:

“It is surreal to have a new home for Say Anything. It’s been a minute since that’s been the case and I’m totally excited that we’ll now be working with the wonderful Dine Alone Records. I’ve been a fan of the label for a long time and am full on stoked to release our new Will-Yip-produced LP with them. The record is a bit different from the last one (blah blah as always) and is going to be an involved, weird organism, but one I am glad to entrust to Dine Alone.”

Say Anything last released I Don’t Think It Is in 2016 via Equal Vision Records.

Single Mothers release music video for “Leash”

London, Ontario punks Single Mothers have released a music video for the song “Leash”. Watch it below. The song is taken from their second album ‘Our Pleasure’, which was released in June via Big Scary Monsters (UK/EU) and Dine Alone Records (NA).

The band are currently on the road supporting Touché Amoré; you can get more information on the upcoming dates here.

Music Video: Single Mothers – “People Are Pets”

London, Ontario punks Single Mothers have premiered a music video for the track “People Are Pets.” You can watch it below.

The track is taken from the band’s sophomore album Our Pleasure, which was released in the UK and EU by Big Scary Monsters, and worldwide by Dine Alone Records, on June 16.

Single Mothers announce new LP “Our Pleasure”, stream single “Undercover”

London, ON’s Single Mothers have announced the release of their sophomore LP, “Our Pleasure,” due on June 16 via Dine Alone Records.

Stream the single, “Undercover” off “Our Pleasure” below.

The full length album will follow up the 2014 LP, “Negative Qualities.”

The Dirty Nil stream new singles compilation “Minimum R&B”

Ontario rockers The Dirty Nil are now streaming their new singles compilation “Minimum R&B” at Brooklyn Vegan. You can listen to it here. The compilation is being released by Dine Alone Records/Fat Wreck Chords on April 28th.

“Minimum R&B” is the follow up to their debut full length “Higher Power.” You can read a review about that record here.

The Dirty Nil stream “Caroline” from upcoming compilation album “Minimum R&B”

Canadian rockers The Dirty Nil have premiered a re-recorded version of their song “Caroline.” This will appear on the band’s singles and b-sides compilation Minimum R&B, which is set to release on April 28th through Fat Wreck Chords and Dine Alone Records.

Check out the new take on “Caroline” below.

The Dirty Nil last released their debut album Higher Power in early 2016.

The Fullblast stream new song “Stay”

Ontario skate punks The Fullblast have released another new song off of their upcoming EP, Attack.Sustain.Decay, and you can check it out below.  The song, called “Stay,” is the second single released from the album (you can listen to “Redemption” here).

The new album is due out on February 24th, and it will be their first release in more than 10 years.

The Fullblast stream new song “Redemption”

As promised yesterday, Ontario’s, The Fullblast, are streaming their newest single “Redemption” in full over on their SoundCloud page. The new song is set to appear on the band’s upcoming EP, Attack.Sustain.Decay, which is scheduled for release on February 24th, 2017.

You can listen to the new song below.

Dine Alone Records releases free “Winter Sampler” Compilation

Toronto based label Dine Alone Records has released a free to download, digital compilation. The “Winter Sampler” is up now on their bandcamp, featuring 27 tracks by artists including The Flatliners, DZ Deathrays, The Dandy Warhols and others. You can stream it below.

The Dirty Nil release “Friends in the Sky” music video

The Dirty Nil have released a music video for their song “Friends in the Sky,” and you can check it out below.

The track is taken from the band’s debut full-length Higher Power, which released on February 26th, 2016 through Dine Alone Records.

Vanishing Life stream “The Realist” off upcoming album “Surveillance”

Punk supergroup Vanishing Life  (featuring members of Rise Against, Quicksand, …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead and Bad Religion) premiered a brand new song, “The Realist,” which the outlet calls “a pointed, straight-ahead rock ‘n’ roll track.” The song comes from the band’s forthcoming debut album, Surveillance, which will be out on November 11th through Dine Alone Records.

Stream “The Realist” here.

Vanishing Life is composed of vocalist/guitarist Walter Schreifels (Gorilla Biscuits/Rival Schools/Quicksand), guitarist Zach Blair (Rise Against), bassist Autry Fulbright (….And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead) and drummer Jamie Miller (also of ….And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead and the new drummer of Bad Religion).

New Video: The Dirty Nil – “Zombie Eyed”

The Dirty Nil have unveiled a pretty awesome new video for the track “Zombie Eyed.” The clip starts off with a rather startling bang, and takes a few more startling (and kinda awesomely gross) turns. Check it out below.

“Zombie Eyed” appears on the band’s full length Higher Power, which was released February 26th, 2016 via Dine Alone Records.

FIDLAR announce US tour

LA punks FIDLAR have announced a US tour this fall. Joining them on the road will be SWMRS and The Frights. You can find the dates and locations below.

FIDLAR released Too on September 4, 2015 via Dine Alone Records.

Vanishing Life sign to Dine Alone Records for Record Store Day 7″

Punk supergroup Vanishing Life has signed to Dine Alone Records, and has announced plans to release a new 7″/digital EP for Record store day.  The release will feature a new song called “Exile”, as well as a cover of Angel Olsen’s “Forgiven/Forgotten.”  The EP will be released digitally on April 15th and physically on April 16th.  You can get more information on the release here.

Vanishing Life is composed of vocalist/guitarist Walter Schreifels (Gorilla Biscuits/Rival Schools/Quicksand), guitarist Zach Blair (Rise Against), bassist Autry Fulbright (….And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead) and drummer Jamie Miller (also of ….And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead and the new drummer of Bad Religion). Read more information about the band here.

Album Review: The Dirty Nil – “Higher Power”

The Dirty Nil may or may not play punk– it’s the slugline of a pedantic argument that obfuscates the fact that punk fans of any ilk will probably like them either way. Calling your band punk, in a world where pure rock ‘n roll and garage rock are inimitably more marketable is a faux pas of colossal variety. The Dirty Nil might not have the same set of influences, and they may not care to be a part of the community, but from whatever roads they took to get there, they ended up in the same place. Their music is punctuated with loud and heavy guitars, vocals shouted at the edge of hoarseness, with enough melody to stick in your head after the two-and-a-half-minutes are up. Whatever they want to call themselves, their music is punk rock by the books.

They’ve released an EP on Fat, and now are making their full-length debut with Higher Power, a title that combined with the band’s overt rock worship, can be taken as a sort reverential testament to the place of powerful, raucous music in one’s life. It’s laid out in the first track “No Weaknesses” both musically and lyrically. Thick chords give way to hints of twang, all fronted by plaintive yell-singing that calls back, in the absolute best way, to the 70’s hey-day of punk rock, where bands from all over the world thrashed chords and attacked the mic with whatever they had in their voice box.

Grunge rears its head on the second track, “Zombie Eyed.” It’s mid-tempo and heavy, like Nirvana and Dinosaur Jr., paired with a whimsical riff that makes the whole thing feel self aware. That’s a line thatHigher Power skips across, over, and under through its duration– the question of authenticity and earnestness painted in a blue cloud as vivid as its album art. At times, the music seems to be a treatise on commenting and incorporating as much of rock music history into a single conclusive sound as possible. “Lowlives” and “Fugue State” cover hardcore in this respect, and does so with respectful vigor. For a band that doesn’t want to sully their name with punk, they play it with remarkable reverence.

There’s nothing wrong with the way the Dirty Nil choose to market themselves. They play powerful rock music and for most anyone who cares for such a thing over scene politics, that’ll be more than enough. Higher Power is an album held together by the notion that music can be a universal unifier– the end result being a curated mixtape of sonic aggression.