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Vicious Mistress Records streaming latest compilation “Skunx! When Punk and Ska Collide Vol. 3”

Vicious Mistress Records is streaming their latest compilation album Skunx! When Punk and Ska Collide Vol. 3″. Featuring fifteen ska tracks from largely unknown ska band’s, how can you not be excited? There are more than a few gems on this compilation.

Check out the album below.

Vicious Mistress Records is based out of Connecticut and in my humble opinion one of the best labels when it comes to compilation albums, introducing the masses to new music constantly. So give the new compilation a listen.



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.



No Big Deal (Canadian Punk) release video for “Once Wild”

Streetsville punks No Big Deal have released a video for their song “Once Wild”. The video features some rad montages of the band skateboarding, horsing around, and generally just engaging in some old-fashioned shenanigans.

You can check out the new video below.

“Once Wild” comes from the band’s latest EP Smiling Politely. If you’re a fan of No Use For A Name or more recently Pkew Pkew Pkew, these guys remind me of both.



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.



2000 Trees Festival 2019 – Live Review

Photo: Dom Meason (@DOMMEASON)

A mid-July weekend in the Cotswolds is fast becoming a near-religious experience for thousands of festival-goers. The beautiful Upcote Farm hosts a weekend of chaos known as 2000 Trees Festival (or Trees if you’ve been before), cutting off the real world (in the literal and figurative sense) for punks, indie kids and the hardcore faithful.

Read our full review below.



DS Exclusive: Amos Pitsch (Tenement) Interviews Walt Hamburger about The Hamburgers’ First Show in 9 Years

The Hamburgers were a pop punk band from Appleton, Wisconsin that I recall existing between the years 2004 and 2005. My high school band, Social Classics, often played locally with them at coffee shops and VFW halls; in basements and fast food joint parking lots. For me, at sixteen years old, they filled a void where no energetic, melodic, and slightly juvenile music existed anymore in the Northeast Wisconsin region. They encompassed the idea of fun and did it without an air of pretension. They seemed almost like a cartoon strip in band form and I think managed to make an impression on a lot of young minds in spite of themselves. As the years have passed, Walt and I continue to evolve into such different people, but I still consider him one of my closest friends; a madman at the wheel that somehow manages to continue to steer himself toward his own personal success. He’s released two solo albums on Lagwagon front-man Joey Cape‘s record label One Week Records, crosses the ocean yearly to play for international fans, and finds purpose at home running his own non profit organization dedicated helping animals in need. This weekend, The Hamburgers are reuniting at Appleton, Wisconsin’s Mile Of Music Festival for their first performance in nine years.

-Amos Pitsch, July 2019

Check out Amos and Walt’s interview below!



Hans Gruber And The Die Hards stream new song “Furbaby”

Hans Gruber and the Die Hards are streaming their new song “Furbaby,” which comes from their upcoming album Hans Gruber and the Die Hards 2, which will be released later this year on Paper + Plastick Records. It is the follow up to their self-titled 2017 debut.  

You can give the song a listen 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.



HEELS release animated video for “King Drunk”

Memphis Tennessee based punk duo HEELS have released a new animated video for their track “King Drunk”. The track is taken from their Altercation Records album Good People Even Do Bad Things.

The video was premiered by Blank TV. You can watch it below.



Hangman release new track “New Dawn”

Long Island hardcore exports Hangman have released a track from their upcoming Flatspot Records album. No details have been released on the LP yet, but the band are streaming “New Dawn”. Have a listen below.

A list of upcoming US and Euro shows is also below.