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PUP announce title of upcoming album

Toronto punk act PUP have announced that their new album will be called “The Dream is Over.”

A few months ago, a doctor looked at Stefan’s throat and said: “The Dream Is Over” – so that’s what we’re calling our new record.

PUP’s debut album came out in 2014 via SideOneDummy Records back in April 2014.

 



Lyric Video: PUP – “DVP”

Toronto punk act PUP have just released a lyric video for their newest song “DVP.”  The video takes footage from 80s and 90s video games and splices in the songs lyrics in ways that perfectly fit the action on the screen.

Check it out below.

‘DVP” likely comes from the bands upcoming album, though not many details are known about that yet.  Their debut self-titled album came out via SideOneDummy Records back in April 2014.



Modern Baseball headed on tour with PUP and Three Man Cannon

Philadelphia four-piece Modern Baseball are going on a short romp through the UK and Germany (with a stop in Netherlands) with PUP and Three Man Cannon. Check out the April tour dates and locations, along with the lovely tour poster below.

Modern Baseball last released an EP, MOBO Presents: The Perfect Cast EP featuring Modern Baseball in October. They plan to release their third LP, Holy Ghost, sometime this year. PUP last released their self-titled debut back in 2013 (Canada) / 2014 (worldwide).



PUP stream new track, “DVP”

PUP,  who are obviously everyone’s favorite Canadian band that isn’t Rush, have sorta come from out of nowhere by releasing a new track today. It’s called “DVP,” which means “Delivery Versus Payment” but which also means something that we’re not comfortable publishing on a family site, and you can check it out below.

PUP’s debut album (the one with the teeth) came out in 2014 via SideOneDummy Records back in April 2014.



PUP drops off current tour due to health issues

In a recent Facebook post, Toronto punk act PUP announced that they will be dropping off the five remaining shows of their current tour.

Vocalist Stefan Babcock stated that his vocal chords have suffered extreme hemorrhaging – something he has been battling since July – and it finally came to a breaking point. After 2-3 weeks rest Babcock should be able to continue work with PUP.

You can read the full statement below.

PUP last released a self-titled in October 2013 in Canada, and worldwide on April 8, 2014 on SideOneDummy Records.



PUP have finished recording a new album

Well this is exciting. Looks like we can expect new music coming soon from Toronto punk act PUP. According to a recent post on the band’s facebook the band has just finished recording their new album. No release details yet but we’ll keep you posted.

PUP last released a self-titled in October 2013 in Canada, and worldwide on April 8, 2014 on SideOneDummy Records.



Modern Baseball announces winter headlining tour with PUP, Tiny Moving Parts, and Jeff Rosenstock

Philly’s Modern Baseball has just announced a winter headlining tour with support from PUP, Tiny Moving Parts, and Jeff Rosenstock.

The tour is set to kick off on October 27th in Baltimore and will travel pretty much the entirety of the US and some locations in Canada.

Have a look at the complete list of tour dates and locations below.

The band’s last album, “You’re Gonna Miss It All”, was released January, 2014 through Run For Cover Records.



Music Video: PUP – “Darker Days”

Toronto punk act PUP has just released a new music video for their track “Darker Days”. The song comes off of the band’s self-titled debut, and you can watch it below.

PUP released PUP in October 2013 in Canada, and worldwide on April 8, 2014 on SideOneDummy Records.



Music Video: PUP – “Back Against the Wall”

Toronto punk act PUP have released a music video for the track “Back Against the Wall”. The track comes off of the band’s self-titled debut, and you can watch it here.

PUP released PUP in October 2013 in Canada, and worldwide on April 8, 2014 on SideOneDummy Records.



Warped Tour announce seven additions to 2015 roster (PUP, Emarosa, more)

It’s Wednesday evening again, and you know what that means, kiddos…it’s Warped Tour announcement day!

Honestly, I’ve got nothing witty to add today. Sorry; blame the snow. Here’s today’s list: PUP, Emarosa, ’68, Babe Rexha, MC Lars, Mod Sun and The Karma Killers. Check out the full rundown of bands below.

Tickets for Warped Tour 2015 went on sale last month (December 12th). Get yours online here. The 2015 Warped Tour kicks off June 17th in Anchorage, Alaska, and runs through August 8th in Auburn, Washington.



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.



Restorations and PUP announce spring tour with The Get Up Kids

Philadelphia’s Restorations and Toronto punks PUP are heading out on a short tour this spring with 90s emo band The Get Up Kids.  You can find all the dates below.

You can also find Restorations and PUP on the SideOneDummy label, which released PUP’s self-titled debut and Restorations’ LP3, both in 2014.



DS Staff Picks – Best Albums of 2014 (griffintainment)

I’m not going to lie to you. 2014 was a bit of a downer year for music as well as movies. In both categories, it wasn’t easy to scrape together ten shining examples of excellence in entertainment. Which isn’t to say the ten on this list are less than stellar in my own opinion. But with the exception of the first few spots, I wasn’t blown away by much of what the world of punk and quasi-punk had to offer this year. I can only hope that means that old man punk rock has been saving all his gems for 2015.

Below are my top ten picks for the best punk (and punk-ish) releases of 2014.



DS Staff Picks – Top 10 Releases of 2014 (Carson Winter)

This was a big year for me. I moved out of my small town, giving credence to all the pop-punk songs about this-towns nationwide, and settled into the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area. Its been a trip, but its been a great one. I find myself able to indulge in the scene I dedicate too much time to and meet a lot of other cool people with the same obsession.

Musically, this year for me was about surprise. Bands I love released mediocre albums, bands I wrote off slapped me in the face with great releases, and a bunch of other bands with fresh cut debuts blew me away and reminded that punk rock is a living, breathing thing. Cells die and flake off, and new ones grow. Circle of life.

The biggest surprise for me though was that the great music this year wasn’t limited to full lengths. So much great music came out in EP format, it made me really think about how we consume our tunes and the artistic intent involved in either format. I came to the conclusion that EP’s are no less valid as art and I shouldn’t even try to do two separate lists. Should we be placing awesome, cohesive releases in the short-form ghetto because they can form a complete sentence in four songs instead of ten? I don’t think so. So, this year I amended the titling to make it an all inclusive celebration of great punk rock releases, no matter the length.

Check out my picks for the top 10 releases of 2014 below.



DS Staff Picks – Top 10 Albums of 2014 (Lauren Mills)


What’s up? My name’s Lauren and I have been lucky enough to write for DyngScene for four years. 2014 has been decent. I saw some killer punk shows and made a new friend. I put together my first compilation for charity. If you haven’t checked it out, please do. All proceeds go to the SPCA. Ryan of Off With Their Heads started his podcast Anxious & Angry and it rules. I also checked out a ton of music. Below are my top 10 favorite albums of 2014.