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Listen: Talk Show Host / Chump / Bias (pop/skate-punk) stream 3 way split

PCT Musique is proud to present the 4th volume of its Canada-Europe split series featuring Toronto pop-punkers Talk Show Host, recent DS band spotlight Belgium’s Chump and France’s BIAS. A great intro to all three bands if you’re unfamiliar with them. 

The split is available for download as a “name-your-price” on Bandcamp and you can stream it below.



Listen: Russian Girlfriends explore their rock n roll influences in split with Redbush

Albuquerque, New Mexico punks Russian Girlfriends are streaming their half of “Split with Redbush” which I’m going to go out on a limb and assume is Wyoming punk act Redbush.

Those of you familiar with the Russian Girlfriends will find them leaning more into their traditional “rock n roll” influences in these 4 new tracks. The fact that one of them is a cover of Nirvana’s “Downer” from the 1989 “Bleach” album will give you some idea of the vibe. But you know what will give you a better sense for the band’s progression? Streaming the track below!

Russian Girlfriends’ last release was another split put out in March, 2017.



The Friday Prophets (FFO: old Green Day) stream new song “Reason, Where are You?”

Swedish punk rockers The Friday Prophets are streaming the first single from their upcoming album In the Key of Sublimation, to be released November 30th via Holy Howl Records.

The 90s-eqsue, pop-punk song “Reason, Where Are You?” is the first release from The Friday Prophets since their May EP, Vae Är Du Nu? / Att Befria Sig Sjalv. 

You can stream the new track below, and you can pre-order the whole album on vinyl right here. Then keep yourself updated on all things The Friday Prophets by following them on Spotify right here.



Loser Points (skate punk) streams new song “Sleepyhead” off upcoming album “Denial & Error”

Loser Points, a Western Canadian band of skate punks hailing from Alberta, is proud to announce the September 21st, 2018 release of their second full length record and sixth studio release, Denial & Error. The album will be the band’s first release since 2017’s Songs You Know By Fart. 

Loser Points is now streaming the album’s second single, “Sleepyhead.” This comes fresh on the heels of the first single, “Gas Lights”, released last month. You can check out both tracks below.



Bayside Streams New Acoustic Track “Sick Sick Sick”, Announces Tour with Special Guest Golds

New York City pop punk band Bayside is streaming their new acoustic track,“Sick Sick Sick”, off their upcoming album Acoustic Volume 2.

Out September  28th via Hopeless Records, the album features ten stripped-down versions of preexisting Bayside tracks, as well as one brand new song.

This will be Bayside’s first album since 2016’s Vacancy with Hopeless Records. Check out the acoustic version of “Sick Sick Sick” below, along with the dates and locations of their first full-band acoustic tour.



Night Birds Stream New Song “Onward to Obscurity”

New Jersey surf punks Night Birds are streaming a track called “Onward to Obscurity” off their upcoming mini-LP Roll Credits, out September 21st via Fat Wreck Chords.

The first release from Night Birds since 2016’s Who Killed Mike Hunchback?, this nihilistic track features  “King of Punk” Jerry A. of Portland hardcore punk band Poison Idea.  

If you’re into music reminiscent of Dead Kennedys and Black Flag, you can check out the new song below.



New Music: Moonraker debut “They Called Me Mr. Glass” from upcoming album, “Lanterns”

Happy Thursday, boys and girls! We’ve got a pretty awesome music moment for you today. It’s a brand new track from Southern California’s Moonraker. It’s a track called “They Called Me Mr. Glass,” and here’s what vocalist/drummer David Green has to say about it:

“We’re probably never gonna write a better love song than “I Hope I Don’t Fuck This Up” by Dollar Signs, and we’re probably not gonna write a better tour song than “Van, Forever” by Not Half Bad, but “They Called Me Mr. Glass” is sort of our attempt to do both. It’s a song about missing the person you love while at the same time loving that you’re gone. Also, we threw like five Beyonce references into the first verse, cause Beyonce rules!”

“They Called Me Mr. Glass” appears on Moonraker’s forthcoming album, Lanterns, which is due out tomorrow via Tiny Dragon Records. You can check out their Beyonce-inspired effort below!



Bumsy and the Moochers (Ska/Pop Punk) Signs With Imminence Records, Releases Lead Single From September 21st Label Debut

Chicago ska pop punkers Bumsy and the Moochers have announced that they have signed to Imminence Records to release their new album Spaced Out on September 21st. The next night, the band will play Punk The Burbs Fest 2018. 

To celebrate the announcement, the band is streaming the first single “The Truth”, which you can check out below

Bumsy and the Moochers last released Easily Distracted in June 2016.



Luke Seymoup streams new EP “Burnett Street”

Melbourne based folk/pop-punk/ska act Luke Seymoup is streaming his new EP, Burnett Street, which was released on September 2nd 2018.

You can give it a listen below.

Luke Seymoup last released Uke Seymoup in May 2018.



Parasite Diet stream new album “Braindead”

Nashville pop-punks Parasite Diet are streaming their new album, Braindead, which was released on August 31st, 2018.

You can give it a listen below.

Parasite Diet last released Coast To Coast in May 2017.



Actor|Observer (post-hardcore, Boston) stream new album “Pareidolia”

Boston post-hardcore act Actor|Observer are streaming their new album, Pareidolia, which was released on August 24th via No Sleep Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Actor|Observer last released One Another in November 2017 via Party Smasher Inc.



The Dirty Nil stream new song “I Don’t Want That Phone Call”

Ontario-based outfit The Dirty Nil are streaming their new song “I Don’t Want That Phone Call,” which comes from their upcoming album Master Volume that is due out on September 14 via Dine Alone Records.

You can give it a listen below.

The Dirty Nil last released Minimum R&B in April 2017 via Fat Wreck Chords and Dine Alone Records.



People Corrupting People (Ska) Releases New EP “Red Herring”

Denver based ska troupe People Corrupting People is back with the latest installment of their Animal Farm Chronicles series. The newest six track EP, entitled Red Herring is the the sixth in the series and keeps the anti-capitalist, anti-establishment theme alive! When we talked to the band about the recording process, they told us: “We had originally planned to book  time at our old studio, Ocean Tides Audio, but life got in the way in a hurry and we had to go a different route. Enter: (guitarist/vocals) Nate Nepsky – new producer/sound engineer/pretty much everything on this record. It was his virgin voyage, only ever having recorded years ago using a shitty laptop and Garage Band. Things have changed. Now, he has a shitty PC console and Ableton live. Literally everything you hear was recorded, mixed and mastered in Nate’s bedroom, and he doesn’t have fuck all knowledge of what he’s doing.” Well, if that doesn’t personify the punk rock, DIY work ethic, we don’t know what does! Check out the debut track “He Dwells Within” (featuring members of The Bourbon Brawlers), below!



Tight Night (punk, Chicago) stream debut album “Volume”

Chicago punk act Tight Night are streaming their new album, Volume.

You can give it a listen below.

Volume was released on August 24th, 2018 via Little Rocket Records.



Supermunk (pop-punk, France) stream new album “Stuck In The Darkness”

French pop-punk act Supermunk are streaming their new album, Stuck In The Darkness, which was released on August 30th via Kicking Records and Monster Zero Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Supermunk last released Photophobic in February 2016.