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Cheap Girl streams new album “God’s Ex-Wife Collection”

Michigan’s Cheap Girls have just started streaming their brand new album “God’s Ex Wife Collection”. The album’s twelve tracks create a sound heavily reminiscent of 90’s era rock, which you can check out below.

“God’s Ex Wife Collection” was released via Asian Man Records, and can be bought on the band’s bandcamp page for $8. This marks the band’s first release since Famous Graves, which they released in May 2014 on Xtra Mile Recordings.

The Exquisites streaming new song – “Make A Song”

Seattle punk/rock band The Exquisites are now streaming a new track off their upcoming album. Listen to “Make A Song” over at Consequence of Sound, right here.

The track comes from the band’s album, Home, which is due out on October 14th via Asian Man Records. You can pre-order the release on vinyl here.

Home will be the first full-length from The Exquisites since they released their self-titled album in 2013.

Smoking Popes streaming two news songs, new live video

Pop-punk legends the Smoking Popes are now streaming two brand news songs. Listen to “Simmer Down” and “Someday I’ll Smile Again” below.

The songs are the first recordings from the original lineup in 18 years. These two songs will be included with more recordings on a new physical release sometime in 2017 via Asian Man Records.

Along with the recordings, Live! from The Rock Room also posted a video of the band performing “Simmer Down” live. Check that out below the music.

The Smoking Popes last released This Is Only A Test in March 2011, also on Asian Man Records.

Great Apes (punk) stream new track – “Last Days Of Tranquility”

San Francisco punk band Great Apes have a new album out later this year, and now they’re debuting a new track from said album. Listen to the stream of “Last Days Of Tranquility” below.

The song is from the band’s next release, California Heart, which is due out October 14th on Asian Man Records. The release is a concept album, which, according to frontman Brian Moss, “…is intended to be a portrait of navigating coming of age as an outcast, in a stagnant and less-than-nurturing environment.” You can see the tracklisting for California Heart below the music, and pre-order it on vinyl right here.

California Heart is the first release from Great Apes since they put out a a rarities compilation, titled Grey Tapes, in 2015 through Say-10 Records.

Cheap Girls streaming new song – “The Same Thing”

Michigan’s Cheap Girls are now streaming a new song, titled “The Same Thing.” Give it a listen below.

The track comes from the band’s upcoming rarities and b-sides collection, God’s Ex-Wife. It’s due out September 16th via Asian Man Records. Check out the tracklisting below the music, and pre-order your copy of the LP right here.

Cheap Girls’ latest album is Famous Graves, which they released in May 2014 on Xtra Mile Recordings.

Dog Party announced as support for Green Day’s upcoming club shows

Yesterday, California pop-punk icons Green Day announced two tours. We already knew The Interrupters would be opening on the European tour, but it has since been announced that Sacramento sister duo Dog Party will provide support for most of the US club shows.

Check out the North American tour dates below to see if there’s a show near you.

Green Day’s upcoming album Revolution Radio is set to release on October 7th through Reprise Records. Listen to the album’s first single “Bang Bang” here. Dog Party released their new LP ‘Til You’re Mine in August on Asian Man Records. Grab it on vinyl here.

UPDATE: 3 shows have been postponed and 1 has been cancelled. According to a press release, this is “all due to illness affecting several members of the band and its crew.”

The Exquisites announce new album “Home,” premiere single “Faith”

Seattle’s Exquisites will be releasing a new album titled Home on October 14th through Asian Man Records.

You can check out a new track titled “Faith” below, and pre-order the LP here.

Home will be the band’s first full-length in 3 years, following their 2013 self-titled album.

The Murderburgers announce Japanese shows

Scottish pop-punks The Murderburgers have announced they will be touring Japan with The Nerdy Jugheads this October. Check out the tour dates below.

The band’s new album The 12 Habits of Highly Defective People releases on October 14th through Asian Man and Round Dog Records. They’ll be announcing UK & European tours soon.

Great Apes stream new song “Saint Brasher”

San Francisco’s Great Apes are streaming a brand new song called “Saint Brasher,” which you can listen to here.

“Saint Brasher” comes from the bands’ upcoming album California Heart, which is set be released in October through Asian Man Records.  Great Apes last released a rarities compilation titled Grey Tapes in 2015 through Say-10 Records.

Great Apes to release new album “California Heart” through Asian Man Records

San Francisco’s Great Apes have announced they will be releasing a new album titled California Heart this October through Asian Man Records. Here’s what frontman Brian Moss about the LP:

“With California Heart, the concept is a fictional one, revolving around an alienated adolescent residing in Fresno, CA. Each song is written in first person and tackles a myriad of subjects including mental illness, suburban doldrums, creativity, nature as a sanctuary, social isolation, perceptions of adulthood, cliques, bullying, drugs, suicide, and an ever-crystallizing and often cynical view of the world. In its entirety, the record is intended to be a portrait of navigating coming of age as an outcast, in a stagnant and less-than-nurturing environment. Although the writing is founded in fiction, it’s undoubtedly inspired by personal experiences, and anyone who grew up feeling weird, anxious, down, and/or angst-ridden in a place they wanted out of should have no problem finding points of relation.”

Great Apes last released a rarities compilation titled Grey Tapes in 2015 through Say-10 Records. California Heart will be the band’s first full-length album in 3 years, serving as a follow-up to 2013’s Thread.

Cheap Girls releasing compilation of b-sides, rarities & unreleased tracks

Michigan’s Cheap Girls have announced they will be releasing a compilation album featuring b-sides, rare songs, and previously unreleased tracks. Titled God’s Ex-Wife Collection, the LP is set to release on September 16th through Asian Man Records.

One of the songs appearing on the album is available to stream right now. Give “Twice As Much” a listen below, and head over here to get your pre-orders in.

The Queers announce US fall tour

The Queers have announced a lengthy fall tour of the east coast and Midwest. Select shows will also feature The Ataris and The Dickies. All of the dates and locations can be found below.

The band last released a re-recording of Beyond the Valley… and they have plans to do the same with Punk Rock Confidential. Their latest album Back to the Basement came out in 2010.

Dog Party stream new album “‘Til You’re Mine” in its entirety

Sacramento sister duo Dog Party have made their new album ‘Til You’re Mine available to stream.

You can listen to the entire record below.

‘Til You’re Mine was released on August 5th through Asian Man Records. Grab it on vinyl here.

Dan Vapid releasing children’s album “All Wound Up” on Asian Man Records

Pop-punk icon Dan Vapid has announced he will be releasing a children’s album. All Wound Up, which releases on September 9th through Asian Man Records features 11 songs with titles like “Red Fire Engine,” “I Wanna Play in the Dirt ,” and “Green Means Go.”

If you’re a fan of bands Vapid has been a member of (Screeching Weasel, The Methadones, etc.) and you’re looking for a record to listen to with your little one(s), this sounds like the album for you. Head over here to pre-order All Wound Up.

Dan’s current project Dan Vapid & The Cheats released their latest full-length Two back in 2013 through Torture Chamber Records.

The Bruce Lee Band release big budget music video for “AGH!!!”

The Bruce Lee Band have released a super-professional music video for their song “AGH!!!,” which was directed by George Lucas and Michael Bay. Alright, I lied… it’s actually a video of Mike Park busting some sweet moves and drinking his morning coffee in his living room. But that’s practically the same thing, right? Anyway, check the music video out below.

“AGH!!!” is taken from The Bruce Lee Band’s latest album Everything Will Be Alright, My Friend, which came out in 2014 through Asian Man Records. It was the band’s first full-length since their 1995 self-titled album, on which Mike Park was backed by members of Less Than Jake.