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DS Staff Picks – Jerry’s Top 10 albums of 2017

2017 was a year filled with things I had been looking forward to for a long time as well as some surprises in life, movies, TV (Twin Peaks Season 3 anyone?), and of course in music.  Aside from multiple honorable mentions, which you can see at the bottom, this years list of favorite albums was surprisingly easy to narrow down for me.  Check out what caught my ear this year below!

DS Staff Picks – Bizarro Dustin’s Top Albums of 2017

2017 was not a great year for me. Between looming mental health issues, broken hearts (both breaking someone else’s and having mine torn), and a handful of failed attempts at restarting my life, I don’t even have to mention the state of the world to get into how bleak things were… I even stopped regularly contributing to Dying Scene this year! But I still got invited to share my 10 favorite records and since music is one of the things that helped me get through this year, here I am.

In years past I’ve gone all out when sharing my favorite albums: bringing attention to those that might not have gotten as much notice as the heavy hitting names in the scene, or giving each album a number one spot in their own category. This year I’m keeping it simple: my 10 favorite albums by artists that we cover at Dying Scene. You can check it out below.

The Menzingers announce 2018 UK tour with PUP and Cayetana

Epitaph band The Menzingers have announced their intentions to tour the UK in 2018. They’ll be joined on the road by PUP and Cayetana, hitting up six dates across England, Ireland and Scotland. You can take a look at the run below.

The Menzingers latest release was After Party which came out earlier this year.

Cayetana stream new album, announce tour dates

Philadelphia indie-punk group Cayetana are streaming their new album New Kind of Normal in its entirety.  The band has also announced some summer tour dates where they will be joining Waxahatchee.

You can listen to the album and check out those tour dates below.

New Kind Of Normal was released on May 5th via Cayetana’s own record label, Plum Records.

Cayetana streams new track “Bus Ticket”

Philadelphia indie-punk group Cayetana is streaming a new track titled “Bus Ticket.” You can listen to it below.

The track is taken from the band’s upcoming album “New Kind of Normal,” which is set to be released on May 5th via Cayetana’s own record label “Plum Records.” You can find more information about the album here.

Cayetana streams new song ‘Certain For Miles’

Philly pop punk trio Cayetana is streaming its new track ‘Certain For Miles’. The song is the second single of the band’s new album ‘Some kind of normal’, out on the 5th of May via Cayetana’s own record label ‘Plum Records’.

You can listen to ‘Certain For Miles’ below.

Cayetana stream split with Camp Cope

Philadelphia indie-punk group Cayetana are streaming a split with Melbourne, Australia based alt rock trio Camp Cope. You can listen to both sides of the split below.

Cayetana’s last release was EP “Tired Eyes,” which was released in January, 2016 via Asian Man Records, whilst Camp Cope last released a self-titled album in April, 2016.

The Fest announces schedule and a handful of more bands

The schedule for the party weekend of the year is out: The Fest 15 hosted by No Idea Records. You can check it out here and the Pre-Fest schedule here. In addition to the schedule dropping, they’ve added a few new bands including Cayetana, Hard Girls & Super Unison. You can see the whole list below.

The Fest takes place October 28th-30th in Gainesville, FL while Pre-Fest is October 26th and 27th in Tampa.

DS Photo Gallery: The Loved Ones, Cayetana and Mikey Erg – Cambridge, MA

Independently of one another, reunion tours and album anniversary tours can be curious beasts from time to time. And while The Loved Ones never officially split up a few years ago, the brief, recently-wrapped run of shows celebrating the 10th anniversary of their debut album, Keep Your Heart (Fat Wreck Chords) had all the makings of both of those curious beasts wrapped into one high-energy package. Appearing as a five-piece (Dave Hause on vocals/guitar/keyboard/stick), “Uncle” David Walsh and Christopher Gonzalez on guitar, Spider Cotterman on bass and Michael Sneeringer on drums), the band rolled through the Sinclair in Cambridge, Massachusetts, (which should look familiar if you’ve been reading these posts over the last few days) as they wound down the East Coast portion of the tour, and to sum up the evening by way of a rather pointed question directly to the band: “where the fuck have you been?!?”

Check your Facebook and/or Twitter and/or Instagram feeds anytime any one of your friends is out at a show that you’re not at, and you’ll undoubtedly learn that such-and-such band is “killing it” or “destroying” or “slaying” or whatever. It is beyond safe to label such terms ‘hyperbole’ on almost 100% of reported occasions. Almost 100%. Because if there were ever really a time when such terminology applies, it’s cases where a band completely and totally owns not only a stage, but an entire venue; when a band works and functions in total unison like a sort of musical Voltron. Am I referring to The Loved Ones as a sort of musical Voltron? Yeah, I guess I am (I haven’t slept in like a week, deal with it). In any event, from the time the opening bell sounded by way of the first notes of “Breathe In,” Hause and company were lock tight and never really wavered from start to finish.

The hour-plus set drew consisted, as you’d imagine, of Keep Your Heart in its entirety, but thankfully not in order. Sure, there’s some benefit or appeal to a band playing an album start-to-finish for nostalgia purposes. However, for a couple reasons, this isn’t always the preferred option; first, because it’s 2016 and people, sadly, don’t really listen to albums straight through anymore; perhaps more importantly, however, is the fact that what compromises a cohesive album and what makes for a dynamic setlist are not always identical things. As an added benefit, these shows also include the band’s self-titled debut EP (released in 2005 via Jade Tree Records). Hause alternated between playing guitar and serving as quintessential frontman (accompanied, at times, by a large walking stick, giving the impression — either real or accidental — of a sort of punk rock Rafiki), spending as much time perched on the monitors at stage center, breathing life into a crowd that seemed to simultaneously be breathing life into the band in perfect unison.

The ubiquitous Mikey Erg and upstart Philly three-piece Cayetana provided opening duties on this particular evening. It can be somewhat difficult for a solo artist to open an at-capacity punk rock show, but the Stratocaster-wielding Erg is a seasoned veteran, playing about as high-energy a set as you’ll find a solo performer pull off. Cayetana have become one of yours truly’s favorite new bands in recent years, so watching them spread their proverbial wings provided by the larger stage and venue size at Sinclair served as a welcome sign of things to come for a band that are destined for continually bigger and better things.

Check out our photo gallery below.

Cayetana streaming new EP “Tired Eyes”

Philadelphia indie-punk group Cayetana are streaming their new EP “Tired Eyes” in full.

You can check it out here.

The EP was released through Asian Man Records and you can snag a copy here. Cayetana released their debut album, Nervous Like Me, in September 2014 through Tiny Engines.

Asian Man Records to release Cayetana 7-inch

Asian Man Records announced on Facebook today that they will be releasing a brand new 7-inch from Philadelphia indie-punk group Cayetana. No official release date has been revealed yet, but Mike Park is tentatively expecting it to be out sometime in October or November this year.

We’ll keep you posted as more information becomes available. In the meantime, you can take a look at Cayetana’s upcoming tour with Chumped and Thin Lips right here.

Cayetana released their debut album, Nervous Like Me, in September 2014 through Tiny Engines.

Cayetana announces US tour

Philadelphia indie-punk group Cayetana have announced a short run of tour dates around the east coast of the US. Joining them on the road will be Chumped and Thin Lips. You can check out the dates and locations below.

Cayetana released their debut album, Nervous Like Me, in September 2014 through Tiny Engines.

10 Punk Songs That Will Make Your Week (Curated by DS editor Drea Rose)

Ever wonder what the folks who run Dying Scene have been listening to lately? We’re going to pretend you said “yes” to that question and feature a curated playlist from a different DS editor each week with the intent of exposing you to some new kickass punk bands. This week’s playlist is brought to you by Dying Scene editor Drea Rose.

Discover some new tunes, and see if Drea forgot to mention your favorite east coast-based act below.

Music Video: Cayetana – “Scott Get The Van, I’m Moving”

Philadelphia indie-punk group Cayetana have just premiered the music video for “Scott Get The Van, I’m Moving.” Check it out below.

“Scott Get The Van, I’m Moving” is off the band’s most recent release “Nervous Like Me” which was released in September 2014.

The Sidekicks announce headlining tour

Ohio pop-punk group The Sidekicks will hit the road in the new year, in support of their new album. The dates and locations of said tour are below.

The tour kicks off on January 23rd, three days after the band releases their Epitaph debut album, Runners In The Nerved World. Joining The Sidekicks for parts of the tour will be LVL UP and Cayetana, with All Dogs playing a few shows as well.

The Sidekicks last released their album, Awkward Breeds, back in 2012 via Red Scare Industries.