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Nixon’s The One (Punk, CO) Stream EP “West Of The Sun, East Of The Moon”

Denver-based gritty pop punks Nixon’s The One are allowing fans to stream their entire latest EP, West Of The Sun, East Of The Moon. The record will be officially released on November 11 but you can check the trio’s latest work out below.

The previous release from Nixon’s The One was the Watergate EP in 2015.



Take This To Heart Records Stream “Fall Sampler 2019”

Massachusetts-based emotional punk label Take This To Heart Records has just put out a new compilation of tracks from the artists it has been working with of late. You can expect to hear tracks from the likes of Sarah and the Safe Word, City Mouth, Future Teens, and others.

Check out Take This To Heart’s Fall Sampler 2019 below.



Blindspot (Punk, Australia) Stream “Swipe Right” From Forthcoming Full-Length “Final Allure”

Australia’s Blindspot have just released a second single from a forthcoming album. The track is titled “Swipe Right” and will be the fifth tune on the ten track effort, Final Allure. The album is due out on November 22 and helping the band with the release will be Pee Records.

You can check out “Swipe Right” and the previously-released “All Fall Down” below.



Inconsapevole Records releases “Punk Rock Against War Vol. 2” compilation

Italian label Inconsapevole Records have released the second installment of their “Punk Rock Against War” compilation series. All the proceeds go to Emergency, an independent and neutral international organisation founded in 1994 to provide free, high-quality medical and surgical care to victims of wars, anti-personnel mines and poverty. It promotes a culture of peace, solidarity and respect for human rights.

The compilation has an incredible 111 bands on it, including many you’ll know and love. Check it out below.



The Addisons release new single “Fake It”

Chicago indie-punks The Addisons have released a new single. “Fake It” is available now from the band’s Bandcamp.  The track is the first new music since the band’s 2018 EP Here It Comes Again and is also the first music from them featuring drummer Jesse Carmona (formerly of Rockford,IL emo band God’s Reflex).

Have a listen below.



Authority Zero announce double live album to celebrate 25th anniversary

Mesa, AZ ska/punk veterans Authority Zero are celebrating their quarter century as a band by releasing a double live album. Live At The Rebel Lounge is a 24 song LP that sees them performing their hits in Phoenix, recorded over two nights.

Pre-orders for the deluxe vinyl edition are up now. Check below for their upcoming tour dates, too.



Rosegarden Funeral Party (ffo: Siouxie and The Banshees) announce new LP release, “The Martyr”

Mark your calendars post-punk fans, because this is not one to miss out on. Dallas goth rockers, Rosegarden Funeral Party have a new album, The Martyr, due out November 24. Stream the title-track below.



Raygun Cowboys stream first track off upcoming album

Canadian psycho-punk masters Raygun Cowboys are streaming the first track “Limbo” off of their upcoming album Bloodied But Unbroken. The new album is due out October 25th, which we are officially changing to Raygun Cowboy Day here in Canada (I am pretty sure I can do those things, if it’s on the web it’s true…) and will be released through the quintessentially Canadian label Stomp Records. Along with the new album the fellas from The Rockies (Canadian side that is) have announced a handful of shows.

Well without further adieu check out the new song as well as the show info below.

Raygun Cowboys last release was The Cowboy Code back in 2017, and if you missed out on that gem, hit the Googles and catch up with the rest of us. 



Jail Socks (pop-punk) streaming new album “It’s Not Forever”

North Carolina pop-punks Jail Socks are streaming their new album It’s Not Forever. Released via No Sleep Records, the new album features six very catchy pop-punk tunes. “Freshmen Year” is my favorite track on the album, it did a great job of bringing me back to my adventures in “higher” learning and reminding me of my age.

Check out the new music below.

This is the first new music from Jail Socks since their split with Placeholder back in 2018. If you’re a fan of Saves the Day or adulting phase Blink 182 (that’s prior to the aliens and post The Mark, Tom and Travis Show, for those keeping score), you will like these guys. 



Odd Robot streaming new split EP

Cali-based punks Odd Robot are streaming their new split EP with Tiny Stills. Odd Robot offers up two new tracks, and both are pretty catchy tunes. A little more on the poppy side, no doubt these new songs get stuck in your noggin and have your head bobbin.

Check out the new music below.

Odd Robot last released Amnesiatic back in August of last year. These guys remind me of Alkaline Trio a little, so if you’re into them, check these guys out.



Neverlearn (Melodic) streaming new album “We Want More”

Finnish melodic-punk outfit Neverlearn is streaming their new album We Want More. The album is being released via Fast Decade Records (Finland), Milestone Sound (Japan), and Punk & Disorderly Records (Canada). The new album features ten all new tracks, I must admit I was thoroughly impressed with this one. I particularly enjoy the track “Pest Control”, the intro reminds me of something you might hear from Propaghandi before the song settles into a much more mellow tone, just a great song from start to finish.

Check out the awesome new tunes below.

This is the first new music from Neverlearn since their EP Start Tomorrow, which came out back in 2016. If you’re a fan of Much The Same or Downway, these guys are for you.



The Menzingers Release New Album “Hello Exile”

Today’s the day! The Menzingers sixth studio album and fourth Epitaph release Hello Exile is out today on Epitaph, after months of teasers and singles. Scranton, PA’s favorite sons have been steadily on the rise since 2012’s On the Impossible Past, churning out banger after banger on both 2014’s Rented World and 2017’s After the Party. Hello Exile appears to be no exception, though it does mark a further evolution of the Springsteen-esque lyrical content and swelling pop guitars we saw in After the Party.

The Menzingers last premiered the final album single “Strangers Forever” in September. You can watch that below, and or get the whole album in any format here.



New label from former Less Than Jake drummer (pop punk)

Lost Music Collective is a brand new independent label focusing primarily on pop punk music. The new label is set to have releases this year from Rival Town, Yearbooks, Goalkeeper, and Chase Your Words. Lost Music Collective comes from the minds of Vinnie Fiorello (Less Than Jake) and Erick Droegmoeller (Word Is Bond, Inc.). The label will be releasing it’s debut record with Canadian pop punk band Rival Town’s album ‘Useless Hand’ on October 4th.

Vinnie Fiorello retired from touring with Less Than Jake in 2018. Check out Rival Town’s video for ‘Castaways’ below.



The Ataris release new acoustic album

It’s been over twelve years since The Ataris delivered a studio album of new material. Their last effort was ‘Welcome To The Night’ in 2007 which saw a reinvention of their sound with a more indie-rock approach. In recent times long term fans have seen the band change members numerous times and release several singles, compilations and live recordings. The latest edition to The Ataris discography is not a new studio album, but a collection of stripped-down acoustic versions of songs from across their career. ‘Hang Your Head In Hope’ is out now digitally via Kung Fu Records.

If you are still a fan of Kris Roe and co., check out the track listing and video for ‘In This Diary’ below.



The Hunx (Skate Punk, UK) Stream Video for “Golden Boy”

UK skate punkers The Hunx have just put out a video for a new track. Titled “Golden Boy”, the tune will appear on an upcoming EP from the band. The details of this release are still to be announced.

For now, you can check out “Golden Boy” below.

The previous release from The Hunx was the single “Facsimile” in 2018.