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Samiam announce Colorado tour dates

Punk group Samiam will be playing a few shows in Colorado this March with support from Armchair Martian and The Gamits.

You can check out the dates and locations below.

Samiam’s last release was a Complete Control Sessions EP for SideOneDummy in 2012.



The Gamits, Killtime & Versus You stream “Rocket to Rushmore” split

Colorado pop-punks The Gamits, Italy’s Killtime, and Luxembourg’s Versus You have made their new 3-way split Rocket to Rushmore available to stream.

You can give it a listen below.

The 7″ was released on July 15th through G Chord Records. Grab a copy here if you live in the US, or here if you live in Europe.



Teenage Bottlerocket announce first shows with new drummer

Teenage Bottlerocket have announced their new drummer Darren Chewka will see his first live action with the band this March in Denver and their hometown of Laramie, Wyoming. The Gamits and The Nobodys will be tagging along for both shows.

More info on these shows can be found below.

If you’re wondering why Teenage Bottlerocket have enlisted a new drummer, it’s because Brandon Carlisle unfortunately passed away this past November. The band decided to move forward because they believe it’s what Brandon would want them to do.



Paper + Plastick Records gives away free FEST sampler

Paper + Plastick Records are giving away free downloads of their FEST 14 sampler, Road to Fest 14. The digital compilation includes tracks by The Gamits, Aspiga, Break Anchor, We Are the Union and label newcomers The Helltons and Harker. You can download your free copy right here.



The Gamits announce European tour with Dwayne

Colorado pop-punk act The Gamits have revealed a five week European tour with fellow Colorado pop-punkers Dwayne (whose members include Chris Fogal of the Gamits). Check out the dates below. Some dates haven’t been announced yet, however they have been booked. We’ll update you when those dates have been announced.

The Gamits last released Parts in 2010 through Paper + Plastick/Suburban Home Records. Dwayne released their self-titeld debut album earlier this month, also through Paper + Plastick.



The Gamits announce more U.S. tour dates with Dwayne

Colorado punk act The Gamits have announced additional U.S. tour dates with Dwayne (Which features Gamits frontman Chris Fogal, along with members of Laymen Terms, The Plus Nomination and Goodbye Fairbanks).

You can check out the tour dates below.

The Gamits’ most recent full-length album was 2010′s Parts, which was a joint release by Suburban Home Records and Paper + Plastick Records. Dwayne have a new release in the works.



The Gamits announce U.S. tour dates with Dwayne

Colorado punk act The Gamits have announced some U.S. tour dates with Dwayne (Which features Gamits frontman Chris Fogal, along with members of Laymen Terms, The Plus Nomination and Goodbye Fairbanks).

You can check out the tour dates below.

The Gamits’ most recent full-length album was 2010’s Parts, which was a joint release by Suburban Home Records and Paper + Plastick Records. Dwayne have a new release in the works.



Chris Fogal (The Gamits) and Andy Thomas (Tin Horn Prayer) form new band Dwayne; recording debut in May

Chris Fogal (frontman of The Gamits) and Andy Thomas (of  Tin Horn Prayer) have teamed up together to form a new band called Dwayne. The band (which also features members of Laymen Terms, The Plus Nomination, and Goodbye Fairbanks) hasn’t revealed a whole of information regarding their music, other than that they plan to head into the studio to record their debut LP on May 16, 2014, as evidenced by this Facebook post.

We’ll keep you updated as more information becomes available.



For The Love Of Punk streams debut comp (Allout Helter, The Gamits, Stabbed In Back and more)

The good folks at For The Love Of Punk have put together their very first punk-tastic compilation. Entitled “Riot In The Rockies, Volume One,” it’s filled with three dozen of their favorites (and yours…and ours) like Allout Helter, The Gamits, Stabbed In Back and more.

Click here to check out the comp. As a side note, physical versions will be available at Riot Fest in Denver, so a hundred of you lucky dogs will have the opportunity to actually get your grubby little paws on a real copy. If you’re headed to Riot Fest, keep your eyes open and your head on a swivel and look for the FTLP posse!



The Gamits post video featuring new song “KGB Are Still Looking For Me”

Colorado punk act The Gamits, have posted a video featuring a new song called “KGB Are Still Looking For Me.” Here’s what front man Chris Fogal had to say about the song:

This song was written in the van on our long drives through Russia after we had seen some news of an American with the same last name as me being arrested as a suspected spy. It was big news at the time and we were also binge watching the show “24″ so it was all spy stuff all the time! We wanted to do a special song for a Moscow radio show so the KGB song came together and we played it on acoustic guitars on the air for the first time. The video plays up the spy theme and is mixed with some tour photos from Ukraine, Russia and Italy.

You can watch the video here. The song was recorded, mixed and mastered by Luca Spigato at Hate Studio in Rosà, Italy. All video production by Ryan McNurney at Electra Productions and some photos used by Luca’s Bar (Italy), Jane Evdokimova (Ukraine) and Serina Menin (Italy). The Gamits’ most recent full-length album was 2010′s “Parts,” which was a joint release by Suburban Home Records and Paper + Plastick Records. The band announced  a new bass player in February 2013.



The Gamits announce European tour dates

Colorado punk act The Gamits, have announced some spring European tour dates.

You can check the dates and locations here.

The Gamits’ most recent full-length album was 2010’s “Parts,” which was a joint release by Suburban Home Records and Paper + Plastick Records. The band announced  a new bass player in February 2013.



The Gamits announce line-up change, announce a few shows

Colorado punk act The Gamits, have announced a line-up change. Johnny Wilson has taken over for the band’s former bass guitarist / back-up vocalist, Scott Weigel, who played on their album “Parts.” Here’s what they had to say on their website:

According to this thread it has been 543 days since our last news update. Now we have a new website, thanks to Johnny, and plenty to talk about so here goes.

I guess I should catch us up on the last 543 days. We went on a couple rad tours, Russia, Japan, and played some great shows around Colorado. We released two split seven inches which you can buy directly from us on the music page.

 We made yet another personnel change. This time it was our good buddy Scott Weigel, who played bass on “Parts” and was a great bandmate for quite a while, who had a family to support and couldn’t just be running around to random continents with a band. Forrest and I wanted to keep going and it was with much patience that we finally found Johnny Wilson who has now played a hand full of shows with us and is getting all stoked to go on tour!

 That leads us to the present and the not too distant future. Right now we are gearing up for 5 to 7 shows around the region within the next 4 months with our friends The Knew, Head Injuries and The Sound Collapse on some dates (stay tuned on our shows page for that). Then we are headed back to Russia for something like 10 shows and the other leg of that tour should take us through Italy and Switzerland. We’ll release those dates as soon as we have them.

 That’s it pals! Will there be new Gamits music coming out soon? That’s a damn good question…” The band last released a split 7-inch with Scottish pop-punk group, The Murderburgers,

 



Full Album Stream: The Gamits / The Murderburgers split

Colorado punk act The Gamits and Scottish pop-punk group, The Murderburgers, released a split 7″ through All In Vinly Records earlier this month.

You can stream The Gamits half here and The Murderburgers half here.

The Gamits released a split with Red City Radio last year on Paper + Plastick Records while The Murderburgers recently released their debut ful-length “How To Ruin Your Life” which you can stream here.



The Gamits release split 7-inch with The Murderburgers

Colorado punk act The Gamits and Scottish pop-punk group, The Murderburgers, have released a split 7″ through All In Vinly Records.  Each band contributes 2 new tracks each and you can pre-order the album now (comes with immediate digital download).

The Gamits released a split with Red City Radio last year on Paper + Plastick Records while The Murderburgers recently released their debut ful-length “How To Ruin Your Life” which you can stream here.



The Gamits working on new music

Colorado punk vets The Gamits are working on new songs for a split 7-inch. Here’s what they had to say:

Gamits in the studio! 2 days, 2 songs. In true Gamits fashion we only have one song written. Better get cracking.

No further information has been provided, but we’ll keep you updated. The band released a split with Red City Radio last year on d Paper + Plastick Records. The Gamits’ most recent full-length album was 2010’s “Parts,” which was a joint release by Suburban Home Records and Paper + Plastick Records.