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Luca Brasi frontman Tyler Richardson contributes to punk rock tribute to The Simpsons

Australian punks Luca Brasi released their most recent album, Is All We’re Going To Be, last May, but frontman Tyler Richardson has taken on a side project:  a punk rock version of a song from The Simpsons.  You can check it out below, and you’ll also find Jesse Coulter of Grenadiers on “Dr. Zaius.”

To give you a little background on this (awesome!) project, Perth-based musician Dan Cribb brings in guest artists to cover songs that appeared in episodes of The Simpsons, in what he has dubbed Worst Tribute Ever.  The song chosen by Richardson is called “Scorpio,” in honor of the character Hank Scorpio.  Though he only made it in one scene of the show, Scorpio now lives on in this punk tribute.

You can download the EP for free here.  



Violent Soho release “Blanket” music video, announce Australian shows w/ The Bronx

Australia’s Violent Soho have released a music video for their song “Blanket,” and announced they will be touring their homeland with The Bronx, Luca Brasi, and Tired Lion this fall.

Check out the video and tour dates below.

The band’s latest album Waco released on March 18th through SideOneDummy Records.



Luca Brasi streaming new album “Is All We’re Going To Be”

Australia’s Luca Brasi are streaming their new album If This “Is All We’re Going To Be” in its entirety.

You cam check it out below.

“Is All We’re Going To Be” was released on April 29, 2016 through Poison City Records.



Stream Apologies I Have None / Luca Brasi split

UK punk act Apologies, I Have None have released a split with Australia’s Luca Brasi on April 22, 2016 on cassette through Holy Roar (limited to a one-time pressing of 200 copies on grey and blue cassettes) and digitally via Uncle M Music. The split features a new song and a rarity from each band.

Apologies I Have None turn in the first taste of their forthcoming 2nd album, out later this year on Holy Roar/Uncle M in the form of the driving, brooding and anthemic ‘Wraith’. They back this up with ‘Red Wine’ – exclusive to this release.

Luca Brasi meanwhile give us the hugely catchy new song ‘Aeroplanes’, backed up with ‘Borders And Statelines’ from the band’s 7” of B-sides ‘Loose Threads’ which was released on Poison City Records.

Stream the entire thing below.



Apologies, I Have None detail split with Luca Brasi, to release new album later this year

UK punk act Apologies, I Have None have announced that they will release a split with Australia’s Luca Brasi on April 22, 2016 on cassette through Holy Roar (limited to a one-time pressing of 200 copies on grey and blue cassettes) and digitally via Uncle M Music. The split will feature a new song and a rarity from each band.  Apologies, I Have None will release a new full-length album later this year.

You can view the tracklist below.

Apologies, I Have None released their latest EPBlack Everything on May 12, 2015 through Beach Community. The EP was their first release since the departure of vocalist/guitarist Dan Bond.



Luca Brasi (punk) stream new song “The Cascade Blues”

Tasmanian punk act Luca Brasi are streaming a new song off their upcoming, currently unnamed, full length album that is set to be released in April.

The song is called “The Cascade Blues,” and you can give it a listen below.

Luca Brasi last released their EP Loose Threads on March 13th, 2015 via Poison City Records.



Luca Brasi (punk) stream new EP “Loose Threads”

So it looks like this came out a month ago but somehow it completely flew under our radar.  Until now.  Tasmania pun act Luca Brasi released a new EP titled “Loose Threads” on March 13th via Poison City Records and you can stream the entire thing below.

“Loose Threads” is a follow up to 2013’s full-length “By a Thread” also released through Poison City.



Luca Brasi stream new song from upcoming album “By a Thread,” announce Australian tour

Tasmania’s Luca Brasi are streaming a new song entitled “Borders and Satellites,” which will be appearing on their newly announced sophomore album “By a Thread.”

You can give ‘er a listen and find details on the band’s 2014 Australian tour below.

“By a Thread” is set to be released on March 14th of next year through Poison City Records. It will be the band’s first full-length album since 2011’s “Extended Family,” released on Broken Bones Music.



Luca Brasi post film clip for “Theme Song From HQ”

Launceston based Luca Brasi have posted the film clip for “Theme Song From HQ” and you can check it out here.  The clip was filmed at the bands HQ and is a “brief insight into the mayhem of a typical Launceston house show.”  The song first appeared on their demo “Sleeps With The Fishes.”

Their full-length “Extended Family” is out September 26 through Broken Bones.



Luca Brasi announce release date for debut album “Extended Family”

Tasmanian outfit Luca Brasi have announced the official release date for their debut full-length, “Extended Family.”  The record will be released on the 26th of September and will be the first release for Australian independent label Broken Bones Music.

Broken Bones are also releasing two vinyl versions of the album.  The stock standard “Original Family” version and the “Daiquiri” version which will be hand numbered and limited to 100 copies.  You can pick that up here.



Luca Brasi stream new track “Southbound”

Our favourite Tasmanian’s Luca Brasi are streaming a new track titled “Southbound” on the Poison City Records website.  Listen to the new song here.  The track is taken from their forthcoming debut album “Extended Family.”  You can also pre-order the record while you’re listening.  Lucky!

While there is no set date yet, the album is penned for release in September.



Broken Bones to release Luca Brasi’s debut full-length “Extended Family”

Independent label, Broken Bones have announced that they will be releasing the debut full-length “Extended Family” from Tasmanian outfit, Luca Brasi.  While no solid release date has been set yet the album is expected to drop in September.  We spoke to Luca Brasi in May as part of our Spoonfest series, you can check out the interview here.  They have also dropped an album teaser which gives a little history about the band, you can have a look at that here.

Luca Brasi released their 4 track demo, “Sleeps With The Fishes” in 2010 which you can download for free from their Bandcamp Page.  Do it.



DS Photo Gallery: Spoonfest 2011 @ The Step Inn, Brisbane, Australia (21/05/2011)

Winter chills didn’t stop 12 bands and hundreds of punters converging on Spoonfest to enjoy a mixed line-up of a little punk, a little hardcore and some balls to the wall rock.  Luca Brasi really stepped up to the plate, Local Resident Failure reminded Brisbane of just how awesome they are and shoe bongs were rife.  Without future adieu welcome to the first ever Dying Scene photo gallery provided by the extremely talented Stephen Goodwin  of Spoonfest 2011.  To view the gallery click here.

[DS Note] Mad props go to Anamari Goicoechea from AMG Entertainment, Chris Hunter from Give The Kids What They Want plus Denis Hogan and Ben Trotter from Your Daughters Records for organising and executing a great night.  Double thanks go to Stephen Goodwin for lending his talent and providing amazing photos of the evening.  Finally, a triple thanks goes to everyone who walked through the door, had a beer and made it such an awesome night for punk-mothertrucking-rock.  THANKS!

Photo credit:  Stephen Goodwin



DS Exclusive Interview: Luca Brasi, stream “The Song From HQ”

If you come here often you’ll know that Dying Scene is in cahoots with AMG Entertainment and Your Daughters Records to bring the people of Brisbane Spoonfest 2011.  There are so many great Australian bands on the bill that we decided that we wanted to get to know them a bit better.

First cab off the rank is Tasmania’s Luca Brasi.  They’ve only been in action since late 2009 but have certainly been making a name for themselves around the Australian punk scene.  We talk about the history of the band, the best thing about being in Luca Brasi and the crazy things that go on at their shows.  They were even kind enough to let us stream the track “The Song From HQ” from their demo “Sleeps With The Fishes.”  You can read the full interview and stream the track here.

Stay tuned to DS as we get jump into bed with more bands on the Spoonfest line-up to bring you more interviews and track streams!  Stoked!