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Free Punk Comp: No Reason Records Sampler (Darko, Jet Market, Fair Dos, etc)

You guys should know by now I’m a huge fan of free punk comps.  Especially when they consist of quality recordings and have at least a few bands I’m not yet familiar with.  No Reason Records just released their new sampler which falls nicely into that category.  You can stream the entire thing below and if you dig it you can download it for free right here.



Stop Dancing stream cover of Slick Shoes’ “Responsible”

South American skate punk band Stop Dancing are streaming their cover version of the Slick Shoes classic “Responsible”, which features Alex from Jet Market.

You can listen to the song below.



Lasagna 4 Us Records release Italian skate punk compilation “Super Italian Heroes 2” for free download

Lasagna 4 Us Records is offering up their new Italian skate punk compilation “Super Italian Heroes 2” for free download. The album features X-State Ride, Dead Market, and ActionMen among many others.

You can check out the track list for the comp below and download the album here.



Jet Market streaming new song “Tempus Fugit”

Italian skate punk band, Jet Market are streaming a new song called “Tempus Fugit.”

You can give it a listen below.

The song will appear on their “Anthology” which will be released on April 25, 2014. Jet Market’s final studio album “A Spark in the Darkness” came out October 2011 on Disconnect Disconnect Records. The band announced their break-up in August of 2013.



Jet Market to release greatest hits anthology

Italian Skate Punk band, Jet Market recently announced plans to release a greatest hits anthology at the end of April to coincide with the band’s last shows ever:

Hey everybody!

We’re recording a JM anthology that will be released at the end of april concurrently with our last shows. It’ll be a “greatest hits” embracing our whole discography, from Everyday Casualties to Sparks Against Darkness. It’ll probably count up to 18 songs -including a brand new one- and each of them will be rerecorded by all the original members from all the different lineups we had. More updates coming soon! Keep it fast

-Alex

Jet Market’s final album “A Spark in the Darkness” came out October 2011 on Disconnect Disconnect Records. The band announced their break-up in August of 2013.



Video: Dead Market (melodic punk) release “In Loving Memory of Something Unnecessary”

Dead Market, formerly known as Italian skate punk act Jet Market have released a new video for the song “In Loving Memory of Something Unnecessary” from their latest album “For What It’s Worth”.

“For What It’s Worth” was released for free download last month and is the bands first album under the new moniker.

You can check out the video below.

 

 



Jet Market release posthumous album “For What Its Worth” for free download

Despite having broken up over a year ago Italian skate punk act Jet Market have released a new album titled “For What Its Worth” under the new moniker “Dead Market”.  You can snag it here.

Last week the band posted this statement about the album:

Hello everybody! Alex here.
Since Jet Market split up more than one year ago I kept writing and recording songs. I decided to pack these twelve new tracks in a record, under the name of Dead Market. In a week or so I’ll be done with the mixing and mastering of the record, then I’ll upload it here for those who are interested. It’ll be called “For what it’s worth”, here is a preview of the cover.

Jet Market’s final album, “A Spark in the Darkness”, came out October 2011 on Disconnect Disconnect Records.



Jet Market (punk) to release posthumous album “For What Its Worth” under the name “Dead Market”

Despite having broken up over a year ago Italian skate punk act Jet Market will be releasing a new album titled “For What Its Worth” under the new moniker “Dead Market”.

Here’s a statement from the band:

Hello everybody! Alex here.
Since Jet Market split up more than one year ago I kept writing and recording songs. I decided to pack these twelve new tracks in a record, under the name of Dead Market. In a week or so I’ll be done with the mixing and mastering of the record, then I’ll upload it here for those who are interested. It’ll be called “For what it’s worth”, here is a preview of the cover.

Jet Market’s final album, “A Spark in the Darkness”, came out October 2011 on Disconnect Disconnect Records.



Jet Market break up

After playing together for fourteen years, Italian skate punkers Jet Market have announced via their Facebook page that they have called it a day.

“We’re sorry for not posting any news for a long time… we’re posting this now because we thought it was just and necessary to clarify our situation. Jet Market broke up. For how things are today we’re not doing any last gig or tour and we’re really sorry about that. The reasons why we broke up are many and it will be reductive to justify them all with a standard “all good things come to an end”. Despite this, we really wanted to send our biggest hug to all the people who always supported us during these 14 years.
To who helped us out by booking gigs and tours, recording music, replacing members that quit the band, giving us a place to sleep or something to eat, to those who sang our songs in their room or shouted them out under the stage. You’ll never know how much this all meant to us. Jet Market have been a big part (and sometimes even the most important part) of our life. Be sure that each and everyone of us will carry in his heart all the years spent playing in this band and, most of all, all of you who supported us and loved our music. Thank you for that.
It has been an amazing journey, the best ever taken.
Jet Market, 1998 – 2012.”

Jet Market’s final album, “A Spark in the Darkness”, came out October 2011 on Disconnect Disconnect Records.



Jet Market stream cover of Much The Same’s “Skelatons”

Italian skate punkers Jet Market are streaming their cover of Much The Same‘s 2006 song “Skelatons” and you can give it a listen here.

The song is featured on a Much The Same tribute album that was released this week through Japanese label Torch of Hope Records.

You can check out a teaser of all of the songs on it here.

Much The Same started in 1999 and announced their breakup in 2007.



Pre-orders up for Much The Same tribute album

Japanese label Torch Of Hope Records has finally put up the pre-order for their Much The Same tribute album which includes the final list of contributors and track list.

You can check out a teaser of all of the songs on it here.

The album will feature covers by Counterpunch, Jet Market, Adrenalized, Bedtime for Charlie, The Down And Outs and more. Much The Same started in 1999 and announced their breakup in 2007.



Jet Market stream new album “A Spark In The Darkness”

Italian skate punkers Jet Market are streaming their brand new full-length album “Sparks Against Darkness” in its entirety right here.

The album was officially released October 14th on Disconnect Disconnect Records.



Jet Market offer free download of sampler album (contains 3 new songs)

Disconnect Disconnect Records hare just released a sampler for Italian skate punkers Jet Market, which you can stream and/or download for free right here.

The sampler contains three songs off the band’s forthcoming release  “Sparks Against Darkness” which is slated for an October 14th release on Disconnect Disconnect.  The rest of the sampler is comprised of songs from the band’s previous releases.



Jet Market detail new album “Sparks Against Darkness”, streaming 2 new songs

Italian skate punkers Jet Market will be releasing a brand new full-length album titled “Sparks Against Darkness” October 14th on Disconnect Disconnect Records.  Track listing and pre-order info can be here..

The album contains 14 tracks of fast paced, technical and melodic skate punk for fans of bands like This Is A Standoff, Strung Out and NOFX.  You can stream the title track and “15 Hundred Miles For A 15 People Show” from the album right here.



DS Exclusive Stream: Burning Fiction / Jet Market / Part Time Killer split

Get ready to turn your stereo up and piss off your neighbors because today we’re bringing you the Burning Fiction / Jet Market / Part Time Killer split courtesy of the rockin’ folks over at Pee Records.  In only 35 minutes, you’ll be delivered 12 tracks of the finest melodic punk rock available today.  You can listen to the album and get the track list, here.

The album is available on December 17th from Pee Records and you can pre-order it right now for a measly tenner from the Pee website, here.

So sit back, relax and get ready to punch something, or hug it.  You’ll have to listen to find out which!