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Russian Girlfriends releasing split with Redbush, stream cover of Nirvana’s “Downer”

Albuquerque, New Mexico punks Russian Girlfriends have just placed a new release up for pre-order on their bandcamp. Titled “Split with Redbush” I’m going to go out on a limb and assume that’s the Wyoming punk act Redbush. Neither band has anything to say about the release on their respective FB pages so I could stand corrected.

One thing I do know is that the Russian Girlfriends side contains a cover of Nirvana’s “Downer” from their 1989 “Bleach” album and you can stream that puppy below.

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

Wiretap Records stream charity compilation “Attention! A Wiretap Records Charity Compilation” for ACLU

Wiretap Records is now streaming their charity compilation, “Attention! A Wiretap Records Charity Compilation” for the ACLU.

According to Wiretap, “Over the course of the current term for this administration, we will continue to release an ATTENTION! compilation 4x per year and will be donating 100% of proceeds from all those compilations to come to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).”

Check out the new compilation below, and hit that purchase button for a good cause! 

Beat Obsolete finishing up debut album

Our Florida friends Beat Obsolete have just dropped the news that they are finishing up recording on their debut album! According the band, “Beat Obsolete is Joe Koontz of Against All Authority’s new band. Heavy on the political lyrics and raw in power, taking it back to the days of DK.”

A Jam Records will be sure to keep us updated as they know more.

“Fast Around The World Vol. 2” compilation released

Following the success of the first instalment of Disconnect Disconnect Records‘ “Fast Around The World“, which was released back in 2016, the label have released a follow up. “Fast Around The World Vol. 2” is out today (Friday 31st August) and is up on all the usual platforms. It features skate punk and fast melodic punk from all around the globe, including tracks by No Fun At All, I Against I, Hit The Switch, Antillectual and others.

You can have a listen on Spotify now.


The Offspring working on two new albums?

The Offspring guitarist Noodles guitarist recently talked to Music Feeds about the band’s long-awaited follow-up to 2012’s Days Go By, which will be released late this year or next year.

On the status of the record and working with Bob Rock, who is producing it, Noodles said, “Yeah, we’ve been working with Bob on and off on this record for five years, really. But we had a real productive string this year, in the earlier part of the year, we had probably five or six songs that we did just right then and it started to feel like ‘maybe this is the direction we should be going with this record? A little bit more straightforward Offspring stuff’. So we have a whole record or more worth of stuff here — I think we’re looking at making two records out of it — you know, like, splitting ’em up and coming out with a pretty straightforward punk and rock record that sounds like us, and then maybe saving some of the crazier stuff for another record.”

When asked about the “crazier stuff” and what it sounds like, Noodles said, “Well there’s always a song that we do [on each album] — because it’s just fun for us to experiment in the studio where we take different sounds — so sometimes we’ll try some piano or keyboard kind of sound… We have a song that has a lot of horns in it, like a full-on horn section in it, and we’ve been working on that song for a long time. I think that one might be the the one kind of wacky one that we keep on this record, well at least I hope it is! Like, we love this song, it’s such a fun song. It’s a risk to put it out there, but at some point you’ve just gotta say ‘screw it’ man and just go with what you’re feeling and let the chips fall where they may. So I think we’re gonna do that.”

And finally Noodles was asked if there are plans to release new music this year. His response was, “I don’t know, we were hoping to — we were hoping to have something, maybe like a record deal in place this Fall [that’s Spring in Australia], but we don’t have anything — you know, any deals — going. We’ve been talking with a bunch of different labels and distributors, but so far nothing’s really stuck. So we’re not sure how we’re gonna do this. I mean at this point, the way things are distributed, we’re thinking we could even maybe do it ourselves?”

Light Years announce new album, release new music video

Ohio pop-punk band Light Years have announced that they will be releasing their new album, Afterlife, on November 30th via Rude Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect, the band has released a video for the first single, “Back Then.” You can check it out below.

Light Years last released I’ll See You When I See You in November 2015.

Lee Corey Oswald announce new album, stream

Portland’s Lee Corey Oswald have announced that they will be releasing a new album, Darkness, Together, on October 12th via A-F Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect, the band is streaming the first single from the album, “Neighborhood.”  You can give it a listen below.

Lee Corey Oswald last released Unhealthy in October 2017. 

Uniforms release new EP “Reasons To Breathe”

Reformed Scottish melodic punk band Uniforms have released a new, 4 song EP. “Reasons To Breathe” came out last Friday (24th August) on Make That A Take Records and TNS Records. The EP has been released as a 7″.

To mark the release, the band have released a video for lead track “Get Me Out Of Here”, which you can have a watch of below

Loser Points (Punk, Canada) Stream New Single “Gas Lights”

Alberta’s Loser Points are allowing fans to stream their latest single “Gas Lights”. It’s the first music from the band since their 2017 album Songs You Know By Fart.

You can check out “Gas Lights” by Loser Points below.

Damn Broads (Punk, CT) Stream Video for “We Don’t Do Notes”

Punk rock three-piece Damn Broads has just released a video for the track “We Don’t Do Notes”. The tune features on the band’s 2017 full-length release Looks Do Kill on Vicious Mistress Records.

You can check out the full video for “We Don’t Do Notes” below.

The previous release from Damn Broads was their 2014 album Guilty as Charged.

Bayside (Rock, NY) Announce Acoustic Tour of “Intimate” Venues

New York-based rock ensemble Bayside are hitting the road this winter in support of their forthcoming album Acoustic Volume 2. This time, however, the tour will see the band visiting more intimate venues than previously since they will be performing unplugged.

The two-part tour kicks off on November 24th in Chicago, and includes stops in Brooklyn, Atlanta, Orlando, Houston, Los Angeles, and more. You can find further details on the tour poster below or here.

The band will release Acoustic Volume 2 on September 28.

Capital Youth (Indie Punk, Switzerland) Stream Single “Holiday in the Sun”

The Swiss indie rockers of Capital Youth have just put out a track titled “Holiday in the Sun” as a single. Better still, they’re allowing you good folk to stream it for free. Roosevelt Records will be handling the release’s administrative needs for the band.

The tune is the latest from the band since their 2017 debut EP, Lemonade.

You can listen to “Holiday in the Sun” below.

Brigades (Pop Punk, SC) Stream Video for “China Doll”

South Carolina’s Brigades are allowing fans to stream a video for their tune “China Doll”. The track features on the group’s latest EP, True Blue, which was released last month off their own backs.

The previous release from Brigades was their 2015 full-length Indefinite.

You can check out the video for “China Doll” below.

Authority Zero announce new album “Persona Non Grata”

Well this was an unexpected surprise. Mesa’s Authority Zero are apparently releasing a new album titled “Persona Non Grata” on October 5th. According to an interview (min 3:13 below) done at Brakrock the album was recorded at the famous Blasting Room and the band does not appear to have a label signed on for the release yet… pause while I quickly fire off an email to the band about Dying Scene Records

No other details yet but we’ll keep you posted. The band’s last studio, non-acoustic album was “Broadcasting To The Nations” released in June, 2017 via Bird Attack Records.

Hit The Switch (thrash/punk) tease new album “Entropic”

Thrash punks Hit the Switch have just released a thirty second teaser off of their new album “Entropic.” The boys (formerly of Nitro Records) will be releasing “Entropic” on Bird Attack Records on September 25th!

Hit The Switch released their latest full-length Observing Infinities in 2009. They’ve told us they were recording a new album a few times since then… and it’s proven to be true! 

Check out the teaser below.