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Much The Same streaming new album “Everything Is Fine”

Chicago skate-punk stalwarts Much The Same are streaming their highly anticipated new album Everything Is Fine. Released July 26th through this Dying Scenesters favorite Canadian record label Thousand Islands Records. The highly anticipated album does not disappoint as Much The Same delivers the crisp, high-tempo music we’ve come to love.

Check out the new album below.

This is the first new music from Much The Same since 2006’s Survive. If you’re into skate-punk do yourself a favor and check this gem out.



We Did This Records streaming “Mixtape 2019” compilation album

South African underground punk label We Did This Records is streaming their new compilation album “Mixtape 2019”. Featuring 54 tracks, the album features mostly underground local artists, but does feature a few tracks from international acts that rolled through over the past year or two. Most notably the album boasts the track “Don’t Shoot” by Leftöver Crack.

You can check out the new compilation album below.

We Did This Records is a non-profit record label based out of South Africa.



The Dirty Nil releases “You’re Welcome III” EP

Continuing their summer of cover releases, Ontario’s The Dirty Nil have just released You’re Welcome III, which features covers of David Bowie’s “Queen Bitch” and The Who’s “The Kids Are Alright.”  Not only are the covers awesome, and available on YouTube and Spotify, I have to take a second to applaud the band for not doing “My Generation”. Thank you, guys. You can check out the two songs here.

 

 

 



Red Scare to release comp with unreleased Brendan Kelly, Broadway Calls, Sundowner and more

Red Scare Industries is celebrating their 15th anniversary with the release of “Red Scare Industries: 15 Years of Tears and Beers,” a compilation featuring new, previously-unreleased songs from Brendan Kelly (covering The Lillingtons), Broadway Calls (covering The Menzingers), the first new Sundowner song in years, the first new Lippies song since they reunited, as well as tracks by Sincere Engineer, The Copyrights, Elway, The Bombpops, Tightwire, Ramona, MakeWar, Billy Liar, and more. Here’s what the label says:

Fifteen years?!? Now that Red Scare has overstayed its welcome for a decade and a half, we figure we better celebrate it… ‘cuz no one else will! We’ve got the label’s past, present, and future represented on this album: fifteen Red Scare artists with fifteen brand new, unreleased songs. Good ones too! The keen observer will recognize some Red Scare covers in the mix. That, along with some cool artwork/liner notes and a bonus poster with the vinyl make this a pretty sweet package. Needless to say, it requires a lot of support from listeners and the underground music community to last this long, and these fifteen hits are the best way we can repay y’all. Crank it or spank it, comrades.

The comp comes out September 27 via Red Scare (pre-order digital or physical). Check out the full tracklist below.



Mobina Galore announce new album “Don’t Worry,” release music video for new song “Escape Plan”

Winnipeg power chord punk duo Mobina Galore will be releasing a new album titled Don’t Worry on September 6th and to prove it they’ve released a music video for the album’s first single “Escape Plan.” Personally this might be my favorite Mobina song to date. Check it out along with the band’s upcoming tour dates below!

Mobina Galore last released Fade Away back in May of last year. 



The Menzingers discuss upcoming album on podcast

Tom May of The Menzingers is the latest guest on UK podcast ‘The Wasting Time Podcast’. With the recent announcement of their new album ‘Hello Exile’ and the release of the single ‘Anna’, Tom goes into detail about what fans can expect from the forthcoming release.

The episode can be heard on all the usual platforms as well as the podcast website. If you haven’t seen the video for new single ‘Anna’ yet, it can be found below.



Western Settings announce new album and release new single ‘Break’

Western Settings, from San Diego, CA, have announced their new album ‘Another Year’ on A-F Records and Gunner Records. This week, they have also premiered the first single ‘Break’. The song treads the same winning formula as their previous releases. The band have also announced a tour with Canada’s The Penske File. The last release from Western Settings was the 2016 EP ‘Old Pain’ (produced by Chicken of Dead To Me).

Check out the new song and the tour dates below.



Shoplifters (Serbia, pop-punk) stream track ahead of new LP

Serbian gruff pop punks Shoplifters are to release their new album Secret Free World via White Russian Records on August 16th.

Pre-orders are up on Bandcamp now, with advance track “Everybody’s Nobody’s Fool” available for streaming. Have a listen below.



The Cryptkeeper Five release Fugazi cover

New Jersey punk act The Cryptkeeper Five have released a cover of the Fugazi classic “Waiting Room”. They’ve released the track now on Spotify.

You can have a listen below.



Toxic Shock Stream Cover “Onward to Destruction from Forthcoming Split EP with Reproach

Two of Belgium’s finest hardcore acts have been working together on a split EP. Antwerp’s Toxic Shock has contributed three new tracks and a cover of a Reproach classic. Meanwhile, Ghent’s Reproach will add four original tracks and a Toxic Shock cover. It is unclear when the full release will happen but there has already been a release show party hosted earlier this month and domestic label Stads Kanker says that the “splittapes will arrive soon.”

However, whilst you wait, Toxic Shock have been good enough to stream their version of Reproach’s “Onward to Destruction” to get you lot in the mood. Check it out below.

The previous releases from Toxic Shock and Reproach were 20LASTCENTURY and the DESPAIR / SHITTOWN EP respectively.



Real Sickies (Pop Punk, Canada) Announce Album, “Out Of Space”

Canadian pop punks Real Sickies have a new record in the works. It’s called Out Of Space and is due for release on August 30. The band describes the album as follows:

Out Of Space is thirteen rocket-propelled, turbo-boosted, NASA-disavowed tracks of incurable, infectious bliss.”

If you can’t wait for the end of next month, Real Sickies have you covered. They’ve been good enough to stick a teaser track up to get you all in the mood for Out Of Space.

Check out “Forgot to Let Go” below.



Sewerside Bombers (Surf Punk, FL) Stream Latest EP, “Tales From the Roach Motel”

Florida-based surf punks Sewerside Bombers are allowing fans to stream their entire latest EP. The effort is titled Tales From the Roach Motel and you can check it out in full below.

The previous release from Sewerside Bombers was the 2018 EP, B.Y.OB.



Honest Thieves (Melodic, UK) Stream Debut EP, “Ineptitude”

South Wales melodic punks Honest Thieves have just put out their first collection of tunes. It’s titled Ineptitude and the good folks at Cardiff-based Brassneck Records are handling the release for the fresh UK three-piece.

You can check out Ineptitude in its entirety below.



Chuck Norris Experiment (Punk ‘n’ Roll, Sweden) Stream Single, “Back It Up”

Swedish punk ‘n’ roll machine Chuck Norris Experiment have just put out a new single. It’s called “Back It Up” and is the first new music from the group since their 2018 full-length, Hotter Stuff.

You can check out “Back It Up” below.



Dissonance & Dissent (Ska, IN) Stream “World Stage Crescendo”

Lafayette-based Dissonance & Dissent have just released their first album. It’s called World Stage Crescendo and features 12 skank-ready tracks from the ska punk ensemble. 

On Dissonance & Dissent’s bandcamp page, the group explain the origins of some of the tunes featured:

“Some songs on this album date from the present day to the early 2000’s; sadly enough, it’s hard to make a distinction between the times they were written, because so little has changed over the last decade. We are still seeing young unarmed people of color being gunned down in the streets by a militarized police force, and women’s rights slowly being chipped away; while full equality is still a distant dream, people in the LGBTQIA+ community are fighting for the rights to merely love and exist, and the ever increasing approach to war seems to be just around the corner every time we watch the news or read the paper.”

You can check out World Stage Crescendo below

It’s the first release from the band since their 2017 single “Recruit”.