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The Murderburgers stream new EP “Shitty People and Toothache”

Scottish punks The Murderburgers are now streaming their brand spankin’ new EP (by brand new we really mean it was released last week) “Shitty People and Toothache.”

The four song EP was released by Brassneck Records in the UK and Asian Man in the US. You can also buy the vinyls from each label in orange and green from each label respectively.

Check out the new digs below!

Muncie Girls announce tour dates

UK punk group Muncie Girls have announced the dates for their upcoming US/Canada tour that they are embarking on this November. They are touring in support of their upcoming LP Fixed Ideals which will be out August 31 via Buzz Records. View the tour dates below.

The band’s last album was the 2016 LP From Caplan To Belsize.

Brigades stream new EP “True Blue”

South Carolina pop-punk group Brigades are streaming their new EP, True Blue, which was released on July 27th.

You can give it a listen below.

Brigades last released Indefinite in 2015.

Relapsers (punk) streaming new EP “Winners”

Texas punk act Relapsers are streaming their latest five song EP Winners. Short, but tight, this is a great EP and we can only hope this leads to a full length in the near future.

Check out the new album below.

This is the first new music from Relapsers since the 2017 release of Home Sweet Home. If you’re a fan of 88 Fingers Louie, these guys remind me of a less metal version of the legends.

MxPx are streaming their new Self-Titled album

Bremerton pop-punk legends MxPx are streaming their new Self-Titled album. In case you missed it, last week the Bremerton punks released a video of themselves playing the new album in its entirety, and I must say it’s pretty spectacular.

You can give the new album a listen below.

This is the first new full length from MxPx since the 2012 release of Plans Within Plans. Without a doubt go give this one a listen, like most things in life MxPx has aged like a fine wine and you won’t want to miss this vintage.

MxPX stream performance of new album

In case you weren’t aware of it, Bremerton-WA pop-punk trio MxPx are releasing a new album. The self-titled LP will be their 12th full-length album.

The band recently posted a video on their YouTube channel and performed the entire album. You can watch the video below.

Their last full-length release was the 2012 album Plans Within Plans.

The Addisons perform “Down Down Down” at Live From the Rock Room

Another band to make a trip to Chicago’s Live From the Rock Room recently was local indie-punks The Addisons. While there, they performed “Down Down Down” from their upcoming EP Here It Comes Again which will be released August 9 via Torture Chamber Records.  You can watch the video below.

Their latest release was the EP Invisible Falls Skate Park which was released last year also through Torture Chamber.

The Scratches stream new EP “Pull the Plug”

Columbus, OH skate punk/pop punk trio The Scratches are now streaming their new EP “Pull the Plug.”

The Scratches last release was “Sold Out” in September in 2016.

Check out the new EP here




The Shorts stream “Ladies Night in Woomelang,” announce new EP ‘Bunker Monkey’

Australian pop-punk band The Shorts have shared the track “Ladies Night in Woomelang” from their upcoming EP Bunker Monkey. Stream that tune below.

The EP is set for an August 16 release date via Thousand Island Records. Their last studio release was the 2017 EP Chickenshit.

Thin Lips stream new album “Chosen Family”

Philadelphia’s Thin Lips are streaming their upcoming album, Chosen Family, in its entirety.  

The album is set to be released on July 27th via Lame-O-Records, but you can check out the whole thing here.

Thin Lips last released Riff Hard in 2016, also via Lame-O-Records.

Duck & Cover (pop-punk) streaming two new songs off of upcoming EP “Rob Them Blind”

Charlestown punks Duck & Cover are streaming the tracks “Live It Up” and “Stand Corrected” off of their upcoming EP Rob Them Blind. Out August 10th on Rum Bar Records, the EP features eight new songs, and if the first two are any sign of what we can expect from the rest of the record, we are all in for a treat.

Check out the first two songs off the new EP below.

This is the first new music from Duck & Cover since 2016’s Stuck In Decline. If you’re a fan of The Riptides or Screeching Weasel, Duck & Cover gives you the best of both with some cleaner vocals. 

T-Shirt Weather (UK, pop punk) release new album “Dinner And A Show”

Durham pop-punk/garage exports T-Shirt Weather have released a new album. The ten song “Dinner and a Show” was released last Friday (July 20th) and is the follow up to 2016’s “Pig Beach”. You can buy the album from the band’s Bandcamp.

Have a listen to the whole thing below.

Avem (Aviary-Core, Canada) Stream EP “Sing Everyday”

Finally, here’s something for our many legions of feathered followers. Avem are a Ramones style, pop punk outfit who build their nest in Ontario, Canada. The three-piece have just released their latest EP. It’s titled Sing Everyday and features four tracks of aviary-inspired punk rock ideal to flap your wings to.

You can check out Sing Everyday below. It’s the first music from the band since earlier this year when they released the track “Morning Birding in Kirkfield, Ontario”. Enjoy!

Southpaw (Pop Punk, MI) Stream Latest Album “Disconnected”

Gravelly-voiced, fast-paced pop punks Southpaw have posted their entire latest album to their Bandcamp page for you good folks to stream. The release of Disconnected is being handled by their new label First Off Records.

The previous music from the band was their full-length White Lighter Myth that dropped this February.

You can listen to Disconnected in full below.

For Heads Down (Melodic Hardcore, Germany) Stream Full-Length “Resurgence”

German melodic hardcore act For Heads Down have just released their first album since 2013. The aptly titled Resurgence is out on Melodic Punk Style and features thirteen tracks of melodious, double-time punk rock.

You can listen to the first release from the band since their 2013 effort Storm Warning below. If you like it, support the band and buy it!