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Video: Mike Herrera (MxPx) plays acoustic cover of Rancid’s “Olympia, WA” on Snaproll Sessions

MxPx frontman Mike Herrera recently played an acoustic cover of Rancid‘s classic song “Olympia, WA” on the Snaproll Sessions.

You can check out the video right here.

MxPx last released Plans Within Plans in 2012 on MRI/Rock City Recordings and Jump Start Records. They have since re-released their 2010 “Left Coast Punk” EP on vinyl through Sexy Baby Records.



Video: Mike Herrera (MxPx) plays “For Always” acoustically

Over the past couple of days, MxPx frontman Mike Herrera has been celebrating the 15th anniversary of Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo‘s release by posting videos of himself playing songs off the iconic album, which has received gold record status from the RIAA, acoustically.

Herrera most recently posted a video of himself playing For Always – another one of my favorites. You can check it out right here.

MxPx last released Plans Within Plans in 2012 on MRI/Rock City Recordings and Jump Start Records. They have since re-released their 2010 “Left Coast Punk” EP on vinyl through Sexy Baby Records.



Video: Mike Herrera (MxPx) plays “Invitation To Understanding” acoustically

Over the past couple of days, MxPx frontman Mike Herrera has been celebrating the 15th anniversary of Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo‘s release by posting videos of himself playing songs off the iconic album, which has received gold record status from the RIAA, acoustically.

Herrera most recently posted a video of himself playing Invitation To Understanding – a song that brings me to the verge of tears every time I hear it. You can check it out right here.

MxPx last released Plans Within Plans in 2012 on MRI/Rock City Recordings and Jump Start Records. They have since re-released their 2010 “Left Coast Punk” EP on vinyl through Sexy Baby Records.



Video: Mike Herrera (MxPx) plays “Cold and All Alone” acoustically

Over the past couple of days, MxPx frontman Mike Herrera has been celebrating the 15th anniversary of Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo‘s release by posting videos of himself playing songs off the iconic album acoustically.

Herrera most recently posted a video of himself playing the album’s fifth track Cold and All Alone. You can check it out right here.

MxPx last released Plans Within Plans in 2012 on MRI/Rock City Recordings and Jump Start Records. They have since re-released their 2010 “Left Coast Punk” EP on vinyl through Sexy Baby Records.



Video: Mike Herrera (MxPx) plays “I’m Okay, You’re Okay” acoustically

MxPx frontman Mike Herrera is continuing to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo‘s release by posting videos of himself playing songs off the iconic album acoustically.

Herrera most recently posted a video of himself playing the ever-so-catchy I’m Okay, You’re Okay. You can check it out right here.

MxPx last released Plans Within Plans in 2012 on MRI/Rock City Recordings and Jump Start Records. They have since re-released their 2010 “Left Coast Punk” EP on vinyl through Sexy Baby Records.



Video: Mike Herrera (MxPx) plays “The Final Slowdance” acoustically

MxPx frontman Mike Herrera is continuing to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo‘s release by posting videos of himself playing songs off the album acoustically.

Herrera most recently posted a video of himself playing The Final Slowdance. You can check it out right here.

MxPx last released “Plans Within Plans” in 2012 on MRI/Rock City Recordings and Jump Start Records. They have since re-released their 2010 “Left Coast Punk” EP on vinyl through Sexy Baby Records.



Video: Mike Herrera (MxPx) plays “Tomorrow Is Another Day” acoustically

It looks like Mike Herrera is continuing to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the release of MxPx‘s classic album “Slowly Going The Buffalo,” as he has announced he will be posting videos of himself playing songs off the album acoustically for the next week.

Click here to check out the first video, in which Herrera plays the album’s second track “Tomorrow’s Another Day.”

MxPx last released “Plans Within Plans” in 2012 on MRI/Rock City Recordings and Jump Start Records. They have since re-released their 2010 “Left Coast Punk” EP on vinyl through Sexy Baby Records.



Mike Herrera (MxPx) streams acoustic demo of “Heard That Sound”

Mike Herrera is streaming an acoustic demo recording of “Heard That Sound,” the studio version of which appeared on MxPx‘s 2005 album “Panic.”

Click here to check it out.

MxPx last released “Plans Within Plans” in 2012 on MRI/Rock City Recordings and Jump Start Records. They have since re-released their 2010 “Left Coast Punk” EP on vinyl through Sexy Baby Records.



Mike Herrera (MxPx) doing free 30 minute web show tonight (Sunday)

Today is the 15th anniversary of “Slowly Going The Way Of The Buffalo”, the fourth studio album from Washington punks MxPx.  To commemorate the occasion front man Mike Herrera will do a free 30-minute web show tonight (Sunday, June 16) at 4pm PST/ 7pm EST via USTREAM.

The band last released “Plans Within Plans” in 2012 on MRI/Rock City.



MxPx plan vinyl rerelease of “Left Coast Punk” EP via Sexy Baby Records

Washington punk vets MxPx are planning a vinyl reissue of their 2009 EP “Left Coast Punk.” The six-song EP was originally released by Rock City Records, while the reissue will be brought to you by Chicago’s own Sexy Baby Records. In typical Sexy Baby fashion, there are close to a dozen different color options available for pre-order. “Left Coast Punk” is due out June 11th. Click here for details.

MxPx’s last full-length was 2012’s “Plans Within Plans.”



MxPx offer free download of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” cover

Washington punks MxPx are offering their cover of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” up for free download.

You can snag it here.

The band last released “Plans Within Plans” in 2012 on MRI/Rock City.



Arthur split up

Arthur, a side project featuring all the members of the legendary pop punk band MxPx, are finally calling it quits after being together for more than a decade. Frontman Michael “Arthur” Herrera explains:

“Arthur was never a full time touring band, but we were a band none the less, which is why we’re formally BREAKING UP. It just doesn’t make sense to keep doing nothing, so we’ve collectively decided to pursue separate creative endeavors.”

The band themselves add, “We want to thank all of you that listened to our music and supported Arthur throughout the last decade. We created music for you, and the best part is that our music will never die!”

Arthur last released Watch the Years Crawl By, their only full-length studio album in their career, in 2010.



The Ataris announce UK tour dates with Mike Herrera and Versus The World

Pop Punk band, The Ataris will be touring the Uk this April. They bring with them  Mike Herrera (of MxPx), Versus The World, and a band called Cancer, from Switzerland, to play  in London and Plymouth only.

You can look at the dates and locations here.

The Atari’s last album, “Welcome the Night” was released in 2007 on Paper+Plastick Records.



Pouza Fest announces lineup: MxPx, Teenage Bottlerocket, American Steel, Big D, more

The initial lineup for this year’s Pouzza Fest in Montreal has been announced.  MXPX, American Steel, Big D & The Kids Table, Grade, White Lung, The Ataris, Masked Intruder, Diamond Youth, Ann Beretta, Transit and more are confirmed so far (check out the entire list here).

BPouzza Fest will be held on May 17th through the 19th in Montreal, Canada. For more details including volunteer info for if you live in the area and to keep up to date on band announcements, check out the official festival website here.



Free EP Download: MxPx – “Dying Scene Acoustic Session”

Not long ago, in the dressing room of a Hollywood, California venue we sat down with singer Mike Herrera to record acoustic renditions of the classic MxPx songs “The Final Slowdance” and “Tomorrow Is Another Day”.  Today we’re proud to give you readers a free download of both tracks in the form of our 4th volume of the Dying Scene Acoustic Sessions.

Download it for free here.