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Sketchy stream new album “Heck”

Brooklyn punks Sketchy have made their new album Heck available to stream ahead of its August 4th release on FtLP Records. You can give the record a listen here, and pre-order it here.

This is Sketchy’s second LP. Their debut I Wanted This To Go Different was released in 2015.

DS Exclusive: Sketchy (Punk) Premieres “Street Sharks” From Upcoming LP Heck

Two years after their last full length I Wanted This To Go Different was released, this brooklyn punk quintet is back with another brand new LP, due out on August 4th via FTLP Records. Heck is a twelve track tour de fierce, which maintains the act’s raw, authenticated brand of punk rock. From the few tracks that we’ve heard, it very well could wind up on a few DS Top 10 Albums of The Year lists. Old school sound with a dash of new school flare that appeals to a large population of punks. Get on over to Bandcamp and pre order this one, kiddies (and you can also stream the incredible debut single Never Meant to Get This Old). The lads will be playing a bunch of shows in support of the album so head over to their Facebook page to see if they’re coming to your ‘hood! ! Until then, we’re supremely happy to present you with the exclusive premiere of “Street Sharks”. Stream this awesome, minute and twenty ripper, below!

Sketchy announce new album “Heck,” stream new song

NY’s Sketchy have announced they will be releasing their new album, Heck, on August 4th via FtLP Records.

To give you an idea of what the new album will sound like, the band is streaming “Never Meant To Get This Old,” which you can listen to below.

Sketchy last released a split with London’s The Burnt Tapes on 7-10 Split Records and Disconnect Disconnect Records.

Sketchy stream split with The Burnt Tapes

NY’s Sketchy have released a split with London’s The Burnt Tapes on 7-10 Split Records and Disconnect Disconnect Records. You can pre-order the flexi of the split here and get an immediate download or stream it below.

Sketchy’s last release was 2015’s “I Wanted This To Go Different.” The Burnt Tapes last release was an EP in 2014 called “Wasted History.”

DS Exclusive: Sketchy and Burnt Tapes stream songs from split EP

We’re pumped to bring you not one, but two new songs for your listening pleasure today. Brooklyn’s Sketchy and London’s Burnt Tapes will be releasing a split EP tomorrow, but you can listen to one song by each band right now. You can give a listen to “Whiskey and Coffee” and “South to Motherboy” below. If you dig it, you can also check out the other tracks from the split here.

The Sketchy / Burnt Tapes split will be available tomorrow, May 13, 2016 through 7-10 Split Records and Disconnect Disconnect Records. You can order flexis here or here.

Sketchy self-released their debut album, I Wanted This to Go Different, on September 18, 2015 via Bandcamp. You can catch them at either Pouzza Fest later this month, or in June at the first ever Punk Rock Bowling at Asbury Park in New Jersey. Burnt Tapes released their debut EP, Wasted History, in 2014 on Bandcamp, as well as contributed [the very same song you can stream in this story] to the 2015 compilation album, Hope, put together by none other than Dying Scene contributor Lauren Mills.

Sketchy and The Burnt Tapes premiere tracks from upcoming split

Brooklyn’s Sketchy and London’s The Burnt Tapes are each streaming 1 track from their upcoming split EP.

Give “Normal” and “Go Drunk, You’re Home” a listen below.

The split releases on May 13th through Disconnect Disconnect Records and 7-10 Split Records.

Sketchy streams cover of Teenage Bottlerocket’s “Pacemaker”

Brooklyn’s Sketchy are streaming their cover of Teenage Bottlerocket‘s “Pacemaker.” The song was recorded for a tribute album dedicated to late TBR drummer Brandon Carlisle, who passed away in November 2015.

You can stream the track below, or you can download it here for a price of your choosing. All proceeds will be donated to the Carlisle family.

New label 7-10 Split Records releases 4-way Valentine’s Split (feat Sketchy, Butchered, Enziguri, and Falcon A)

7-10 Split Records is a new label based in Brooklyn, NY founded by Sketchy guitarist Guglielmo Remondi, whose goal is to primarily focus on split and compilation releases. The label’s very first release,Valentine’s Day Split, came out yesterday, and features four bands (Sketchy, Butchered, Enziguri, and Falcon A) performing two songs each.

The split can be streamed below. The album is also available as a name your price digital download, and a $5 cassette here.

Valentine’s Day Split was released on, appropriately enough, Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2016.

Sketchy and The Burnt Tapes announce split EP

Brooklyn’s Sketchy and London’s The Burnt Tapes are planning a split EP to be released later this spring through Disconnect Disconnect Records. Stay tuned as more information becomes available.

Sketchy self-released their debut album, I Wanted This to Go Different, on September 18, 2015 via Bandcamp. The Burnt Tapes, meanwhile, released their debut EP, Wasted History, in 2014, also on Bandcamp.

DS Exclusive: Sketchy provide track-by-track commentary for debut album ‘I Wanted This to Go Different’

“For a guy who allegedly loves ska so much, you really suck at playing ska on the drums.”

I’m sitting in a tiny, sweaty storage unit in DUMBO, hanging out with Sketchy during one of their practice sessions. Currently we’re waiting for bassist John Shields to return from the bathroom and to kill time, the band jokingly re-imagines their song “Rye Whiskey” as a ska-punk song. Thirty-five seconds in, and Chris Shultz (vocals) decides to give some honest feedback to Craig Shay on his performance. Despite the bluntness of the comment, Craig pays it no mind: there’s no animosity here, Sketchy is full of nothing but brotherly love. (It’s also a shame that at no point does anyone crack a “Ska-tchy” joke).

Once John returns, we all take a swig from a warm bottle of whiskey before deciding that they will give me a live preview of their debut full length album, I Wanted This to Go Different, breaking down the influences and meaning of each song after they play them. Between songs, the band also gives me insights to their recording process, such as waking up to hearing drums being tracked and taking a train to the studio with an ex-girlfriend to meet her new boyfriend.

You can read the track-by-track commentary below.

Sketchy self-released I Wanted This to Go Different on September 18, 2015 via Bandcamp. You can download the album for whatever price you’d like here.

The band will also be playing their record release show with Hopeless Otis, Disposable, Only Sibling, and Hot Love at Fat Baby in New York City on Saturday, October 3, 2015. You can find more information on the show, including where to get tickets, here.

Sketchy release music video for “Welcome to New York (Fuck You)”

Brooklyn’s Sketchy have released a music video for their single “Welcome to New York (Fuck You)” and you can watch it below. Be sure to grab a slice of pizza, and keep your eyes peeled for cameo appearances of members of Eli Whitney & the Sound Machine, Freya Wilcox & the Howl, Panic Attack, Oh My Snare!, and even a certain Dying Scene editor while viewing.

“Welcome to New York (Fuck You)” was released a standalone single earlier this summer. The band’s upcoming LP, I Wanted This to Go Different, will be available on September 18, 2015 as a name-your-price download via Sketchy’s Bandcamp page.

DS Exclusive: Sketchy premiere “Rye Whiskey” off upcoming album ‘I Wanted This to Go Different’

Brooklyn’s Sketchy will be self-releasing their debut LP, I Wanted This to Go Different on September 18, 2015. To get you pumped for the release, we’ve teamed up with the band to bring you a stream of “Rye Whiskey,” a short, but sweet, rollicking good time of a song from the album. Grab a bottle of your poison of choice, and give the song a listen below.

I Wanted This to Go Different, as with all of Sketchy’s discography, will be available as a name-your-price download via Sketchy’s Bandcamp page upon its release date.

Sketchy announce new album ‘I Wanted This to Go Different’, stream new song “Molly and the Zombies”

Brooklyn’s Sketchy will be releasing their new LP, I Wanted This to Go Different on September 18, 2015. The album will feature ten tracks, and it will be available as a name-your-price download via Bandcamp.

They have also released a stream of a new song titled “Molly and the Zombies”, which you can listen to here.

I Wanted This to Go Different will be Sketchy’s first full length album. It is the follow up to their debut EP, Do You Respect Me?, which was released on July 8, 2013.

10 Songs That Made Me Fall in Love With Punk (Sketchy)

We recently caught up with New York pop punk act Sketchy and talked to them about the songs that got them into punk rock. Check out their list below.

Sketchy will release their two-song single, Welcome to New York (Fuck You) on Friday, July 10, 2015, and their debut LP later this summer. You can catch them tomorrow night at their single release show at Union Hall in Brooklyn, NY. More details on the show can be found here

Sketchy stream new single “Welcome To New York (Fuck You)”

Brooklyn pop-punks Sketchy are now streaming their new single “Welcome To New York (Fuck You),” and you can check it out here.

The song is off the group’s two song single that is set for release this Friday 7/10, neither of the songs will be on Sketchy’s upcoming album, which is set for release later this summer. We will keep you updated as more details emerge.