Australian punk rock mini-festival Gingerfest has announced its 2018 lineup and dates. The event will take place on December 15th at MOLO Live at The Australian National University in Canberra. The lineup features acts like Bodyjar, Hightime, Jeff Rosenstock, Ebolagoldfish, Nerdlinger, Dan Potthast, and more. You can keep up with the festival, see the full lineup, and find tickets here.
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Friday, July 20, 2018 at 11:14 AM (PST) by liathdavis
Solo project Jeff Rosenstock has just shared a new video for “All This Useless Energy” which comes off of the latest release of Post in January of this year.
According to Jeff Rosenstock, “This is our fourth video that we’ve shot in DC and we love all the people who are in it. [Tourmates] Martha and Bad Moves make cameos. It reminds me of a classic video I would see on MTV when I was younger, but also kinda like that sick Grimes video where she’s at the football game with the boombox and the headphones.”
Check out the vid below!
“9/10” comes from Rosenstock’s latest album POST, released last year via Polyvinyl Records.
Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 2:20 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
You can check out the full list of dates and locations below.
Jeff Rosenstock last released Post- in January 2018.
He also has a run of winter and spring dates book. Check them out below too.
Jeff Rosenstock has released “Post-“, his new album, as a New Year’s treat. The follow up to 2016’s “Worry”, the album is a ten song affair and there are whole bunch of physicals available to order from his Bandcamp page.
You can see album info – and have a listen – below.
Friday, December 1, 2017 at 9:30 AM (PST) by villagebrown
New York’s Jeff Rosenstock has announced a new string of tour dates, this time hitting the West Coast (U.S). The tour will start on February 15th in Phoenix, AZ and will take the band up through to Santa Cruz, where it will end on February 24th. There is also a stretch of East Coast dates that starts on December 13th in Camden, CT and ends in Amityville, NY on December 16th.
Jeff Rosenstock will be joined by acts like Chris Farren and Laura Stevenson for the East Coast portion with Lemuria and ROAR joining in on the West Coast.
Thursday, July 20, 2017 at 5:16 PM (PST) by gunnar
While jamming at an acoustic session for Exclaim, Jeff Rosenstock gave us a new song, “Melba.” No word yet on whether or not this song will appear on a proper release but you can check out the video below.
Friday, June 23, 2017 at 4:06 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Jeff Rosenstock just announced a headlining US tour for this summer with former bandmate Laura Stevenson. It will follow Rosenstock through his slot at Chicago’s Pitchfork Festival, with some dates in Canada and Mexico en route.
Tickets go on sale tomorrow (May 3rd). Scope the dates out below.
His latest album Worry was released in 2016 through SideOneDummy.
Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 8:50 PM (PST) by iamtheflood
Jeff Rosenstock has blessed us. Seriously. “Dramamine” is a killer track that I’ve listened to no less than a dozen times by now. It will be in my head for days. Solo projects catch a lot of flack, but Mr. Jeff clearly has the formula down and knows his way around song structure. If this song hooks you, check out last year’s album WORRY, out via SideOneDummy.
Listen to this track. Listen to it a lot. Listen to it below.
Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 12:00 PM (PST) by jaystone
If you somehow waited until 2017 to cross “The Menzingers” off your own personal “bands I haven’t seen yet” list, you find yourself in what is, in all likelihood, a bit of a timely, fortunate place. The four-piece Pennsylvania-based punks recently released their fifth — and best — album, After The Party (February 3rd, Epitaph Records) and wrapped up the first of what will undoubtedly be many month-long runs in support of the album. The penultimate date on said tour took place at Boston’s Royale nightclub. Not only was the show at the 1000-capacity venue sold out well it advance, it marked one of roughly a dozen sold-out shows on the jaunt (including a night at the 2500-capacity Fillmore in their home town of Philadelphia). The band have long been critical darlings, and if this particular night was any indication, the band’s increasing — and intensely rabid — fan base will have the quartet’s trajectory continuing to trend exponentially higher and higher.
Upon taking the stage for their headlining spot promptly at 8:30pm (the venue turns into a dance club on Saturday nights, making for an interesting crossover of patrons that perhaps I’ll expound upon some other time but to paint a small picture, just know that there was a guy in a full-sized, furry grey mouse costume waiting to get in as the Menzos show let out), the band ripped into After The Party‘s opening track, “Tellin’ Lies,” and it’s quintessential show-opening guitar riff, dripping with stadium rock swagger. Larger venues like Royale can be a little impersonal and, frankly, awkwardly sterile locales to host punk shows, but that was not the case right from the word “go” on this night. The Menzingers have long had a “home away from home” sort of symbiotic connection with Boston punk community (an idea denoted more than once in the band’s lyrical content over the years), and the band and crowd combined to make a theater feel as intense and intimate as a sweaty basement thanks in part to the seemingly endless barrage of crowd surfers throughout the duration of the 90-ish minute singalong set.
The effectively inimitable Jeff Rosenstock provided direct support on this night, as he did for the duration of the tour. Still touring in support of his stellar full-length album WORRY. (released October 14th on SideOneDummy), Rosenstock has amassed almost as rabid and devout a fanbase as The Menzingers, as his own full-band fourteen song set was also a raucous singalong from start-to-finish, just on a slightly smaller scale. The punk scene is full of enigmatic performers, of course, and the somewhat physically unassuming Rosenstock ranks in the upper echelon of those who seem to genuinely…and generally…REALLY enjoy the hell out of playing and performing in front of an audience night in and night out. Case in point: Rosenstock’s set concluded with an extended version of “You, In Weird Cities” that found the frontman trading his guitar for a saxophone (that had previously been manned by criminally talented touring multi-instrumentalist Dan Potthast), making his way to the back of the venue and assuming a perch atop a table to play along to the song’s singalong outro.
Opening duties were handled by West Virginia’s Rozwell Kid, a high-energy four-piece who, like Rosenstock after them, are a bit difficult to pigeon-hole into a singular genre or subgenre or whatever we’re calling them now, but they’re somewhere in the area of power pop/indie noise with more than a little bit of 70’s rock back-bending, don’t-take-yourself-too-seriously swagger thrown in the mix for good measure. The band have got a full-length, Precious Art, that’s due out June 23rd on SideOneDummy, and is sure to be one of the catchier releases of the summer; put it on your list.
Check out our full photo gallery below.
Jeff Rosenstock has announced a slew of upcoming European tour dates. The month-long jaunt kicks off at Groezrock on April 30th and runs through May 27th in Brighton, UK. Check out the full rundown below.
Rosenstock is still touring in support of his latest release, last year’s stellar “WORRY.” which was put out via SideOneDummy.
Thursday, March 2, 2017 at 12:24 PM (PST) by NobodyLikesGreg
Check out the video below.
Thursday, January 19, 2017 at 3:14 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
WORRY was released in October, 2016 through SideOneDummy Records.