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Big Nothing (pop-punk) stream “Cincinnati” off upcoming self-titled debut

Philadelphia pop-punk act Big Nothing are currently streaming a new track titled “Cincinnati” and you can listen to it below.

“Cincinnati” is taken from the band’s upcoming, self-ttiled debut 7″ which will be released on July 28th via Asian Man Records. Pat Graham, former frontman for West Chester, PA pop-punk act Spraynard, is one member of the four piece band.



Big Nothing stream track, announce debut release

Philadelphia punk act Big Nothing are currently streaming a new track titled “Call Me Out.” You can listen to it below.

“Call Me Out” is taken from the band’s upcoming debut 7″ which will be self-titled. Big Nothing is set to be released on July 28th via Asian Man Records. Pat Graham, former frontman for West Chester, PA pop-punk act Spraynard, is one member of the four piece band.



Smoking Popes play new song “Little Lump of Coal” on Live From The Rock Room

Chicago pop-punk veterans the Smoking Popes recently appeared on Live From The Rock Room, and they played a brand new song called “Little Lump of Coal”. Check the video out below.

According to the band, “This is a protest song against Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement and his agenda to resuscitate the American coal industry”. They plan to release a studio version soon, with proceeds going toward “the fight for a cleaner environment”.



Chotto Gotto (progressive hardcore) release video for “There All Is Aching”

LA progressive hardcore punks Chotto Ghetto have just released a new video for their track “There All Is Aching” off their most recently released album, Monstrosity. 

Scope out the video below.

Monstrosity was released on June 11th via Asian Man Records.



Chotto Ghetto stream new album “Monstrosity”

Los Angeles progressive hardcore band Chotto Ghetto have released their new album Monstrosity, and are streaming the whole thing.

You can give the album a listen below.

Monstrosity was released on June 11th via Asian Man Records.



The Croissants streaming new record “That’s Tight!”

Sacramento punks The Croissants are streaming their new record “That’s Tight!”. The new release marks the first new music from the band since the 2011 release of “Braindead Airhead”.

You can give the new record a listen below.



Elliott Smith tribute comp to feature Smoking Popes, Franz Nicolay and many more

A tribute compilation for Elliott Smith titled “A Brief Smile – A Tribute To Elliott Smith” will feature nineteen covers, including Smoking Popes‘ take on “Let’s Get Lost” and Franz Nicolay‘s cover of “Everything Reminds Me of Her.”

The comp will be released on May 19th, and proceeds from the comp will go to the Elliott Smith Memorial Fund.

Check out the full tracklist below.



Memphis Punkfest 5 announces lineup: The Queers, PEARS, Bombflower & more

Memphis Punkfest has released the lineup for this year’s festival. The 5th installment of the festival will feature more than 50 bands and runs June 1-4th. The festival will take place at 8 different venues and will include a food truck metal fest, a food drive and more.

This years bands feature The Queers, Pears, El Escapado, Bombflower and many more. You can check out the full lineup in the poster above.

 



Dan Andriano/Matt Pryor split 7″ released

Asian Man Records are streaming the new split 7″ from Dan Andriano and Matt Pryor. The two track affair is streaming below.



Video: Smoking Popes perform “Valentine” on Live From The Rock Room

Pop-punk legends the Smoking Popes have released a brand new, live performance video. It’s for the track “Valentine,” and they recorded it for Live From The Rock Room, which is coincidentally run by the band’s once-and-present drummer, Mike Felumlee. Check it out below.

“Valentine” comes from the bands’ 2001 album The Party’s Over which was released via Double Zero Records.



Great Apes stream new single “The Mill” digital charity single

San Fransisco punks Great Apes have released a new single called “The Mill.” The songs was recorded in December 2016 and is now being released as a charity single with all proceeds going towards the White Helmets organization. On the subject of the song, the band says:

The song’s lyrics were written as a memorial homage to Brian’s grandfather, who passed away recently at the age of 105. Given that he was a Jewish refugee who immigrated from Austria-Hungary to Detroit to escape the rising tide of European fascism during the nineteen twenties, we found it fitting to donate to an organization that works actively to aid those in Syria.

You can check the song out below.



Video: Smoking Popes perform “Someday I’ll Smile Again” on Live From The Rock Room

Pop-punk legends the Smoking Popes have released a brand new, live performance video. It’s for the track “Someday I’ll Smile Again,” and they recorded it for Live From The Rock Room, which is coincidentally run by the band’s once-and-present drummer, Mike Felumlee. Check it out below.

“Someday I’ll Smile Again” was released by Asian Man Records back in September as one of the first two new tracks from the band’s original lineup in eighteen years. It’s due for physical release on that same label sometime next year.



Kepi Ghoulie and Herve Peawee release two The Clash covers on 7″

Former Groovie Ghoulies frontman Kepi Ghoulie and Herve Peawee have teamed up to bring two great The Clash covers on one 7″.

Kepi takes vocal duties on “Straight To Hell” and Hervé sings “Lover’s Rock”. The 7″ comes with two inserts, including art by Kepi and Stardumb Records’ Stefan Tijs.

The 7″ will be out Dec. 31st, but if you pre-order now you’ll receive an exclusive Kepi postcard set as a bonus! You can pre-order it here.



Chotto Ghetto stream new song “Internet Eye” from upcoming album “Monstrosity”

Three years after heading into the studio to record a new album titled Monstrosity, LA’s Chotto Ghetto have announced the LP will be released on May 5th, 2017 through Asian Man Records.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on Monstrosity, which the band describes as a concept album, come to light. Chotto Ghetto last released Sparkles in 2012.



The Queers announce series of 7″ splits – ‘Split Hits The Fans’

Pop-punk veterans The Queers have announced a new series of 7″ split records, called Split Hits The Fans. The first release in the series, The Queers Regret Making A Record With Bass Amp and Dano, has The Queers teaming up with the St. Louis party punkers.

The release is due out in January 2017 from Failure Records & Tapes. We’ll get your more info. on this release, and the subsequent ones in the series, as soon as we learn more.