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Burn Burn Burn (punk) streaming new single “Catharsis NOW!”

Seattle punks Burn Burn Burn are streaming the first single “Catharsis NOW!” off of their upcoming album Chosen Family. Being a huge fan of 90’s punk, this song brought me back to the glory days of Diesel Boy and NoFX, if this is a taste of what we can expect from the rest of the album we are in for a treat.

Check out the new single below.

Due out later this month, Chosen Family is the first new music from Burn Burn Burn since their 2018 release The Seoul Sessions. As mentioned above, if you enjoy Diesel Boy or NoFX these guys are for you, so check them out.



Top Drawer Records announce “14 Soda Punx” compilation, “Seattle Pop Punk Festival”

In 1993, Sicko front man Ean Hernandez’ label, Top Drawer Records released ’13 Soda Punx’, with Fastbacks, Sicko, Huevos Rancheros, Old Man, Model Rockets, Mr T Experience, Stand GT, The Stuppes, Young Fresh Fellows, The Primate 5, Bum, Cub, and The Smugglers.

Now 23 years later, they have announced the 2nd edition: ‘14 Soda Punx, with a mountain of Seattle based pop-punk bands such as Success, Burn Burn Burn, Ramona and more. The LP will be released and shipped following the 2 day Seattle Pop-Punk Music Festival on January 19 and 20 at the Highline in Seattle. To coincide with the release of the LP, Top Drawer Records will host a two-day music festival.

You can check out the compilation and festival information below.

You can pre-order the compilation on vinyl here.



OC45 announces 2017 summer tour dates

Boston punks OC45 will be touring the U.S. and Canada in August and September, and you can find all the dates and places in the tour poster below.

We already told you about OC45’s September dates with Teenage Bottlerocket and MakeWar, but before that, they will hit venues through the Midwest and Pacific Northwest, including a few dates with Seattle’s Burn Burn Burn.

OC45’s most recent release was this year’s Happy Accidents, which came out in January.  You can find their discography here.



Burn Burn Burn stream split, release music video for new track “Amber”

Seattle punks Burn Burn Burn have announced they will be releasing a split physically titled “NW Punk…Whatever.” The split is with Kids On Fire, Rat City Ruckus and Ten Pole Drunk on January 20, 2017, and will be released via Tiny Dragon Music. The split is already available to stream on Tiny Dragon Music’s Bandcamp page, you can listen below.

In addition the band has premiered a music video for their track “Amber” from the split. You can find the video below as well.



Burn Burn Burn announce west coast shows

Seattle punks Burn Burn Burn have announced they’ll be playing a short run of west coast shows in September. Check out the tour dates below to see if they’re stopping near you.

Burn Burn Burn released a split 7″ with South Korea’s Whatever That Means and a 3-way split with American Dischord & OC45 earlier this year. All of their music is available on Bandcamp.



Burn Burn Burn! and Whatever That Means stream split “Blowing Minds & Melting Faces”

Seattle punks Burn Burn Burn! release three B-sides from their 2015 EP “Have Fun” and South Korea’s Whatever That Means release three brand new tracks on a cross ocean split titled “Blowing Minds & Melting Faces” which you can stream in its entirety below.

The 7-inches will ship on August 1st. Pre-order one here.



American Dischord, OC45 and Burn Burn Burn! stream 3-way split

Holy shit! Very rarely do I find a split, let alone a 3 way split, where I love every single contribution by each band. Granted there is only one song from each but considering I wasn’t really too familiar with American Dischord, OC45 or Burn Burn Burn! I’d say this release accomplished its mission in making me a fan of all 3 punk acts.

The split appears to be self-released by the participating bands. Introduce yourself to 3 great up and coming punk acts by streaming it below.



EP Review: Burn Burn Burn!- “Have Fun”

Burn Burn Burn! delivers the music you’d expect from a band named after an obscure Against Me! song. Its loud and raucous and melodic and heartfelt. The Seattle boys seem less concerned with politics than their Gainesville counterparts, but the influence is felt all the same. As far as Pacific Northwest punk rock goes, this isn’t too uncommon– Cascadia is filled with punk rock that’s melodic but not poppy, passionate but not political. It all comes together as expression on the smallest scale; bands playing small stages in the side rooms of dive bars, coming in with a handful of songs, and leaving with bellies full of beer and sore throats. Have Fun is an EP in this vein, and its a true one, working as a complete, cohesive work as viable as any full length.

 Organ opens “Endless Summer Bummer,” giving way to a beat reminiscent of something 60’s and deliciously pop, but with the plaintive vocals of frontman Drew Smith they’re imbued with a sort of steadfast desperation. There’s a stuffiness to his voice here that makes me wonder if another take could’ve been used, but when he pushes his vocal cords it’s like he becomes a different person. The lyrics paint a picture of self loathing and nerves burnt from a hard lived youth. “What Doing” is a more traditionally punk rock song– fast and melodic with vocal lines that trip and stutter through speedy declarations. Burn Burn Burn!’s sound has a fair amount of Fat Wreck influence running through it, and it’s interesting to see how such a specific sound influenced bands that don’t necessarily warrant themselves as peers. There is tons of skate punk out there, but Burn Burn Burn! is decidedly influenced by it, rather than aping it.

“For Whodie” is one of the standout tracks on Have Fun, if only for its ominous, brutal change of pace. It begins with a ringing riff that wouldn’t be too far out of a band like Tragedy’s wheelhouse, before launching into a fast and furious hardcore song. The guitars are decidedly dark and minor, bringing to mind Defeater, an admittedly left-field comparison, but the oddness contributes to how effective the track is. Near the end, the band reclaims some of that sunny skate punk cadence and reintroduces the song into what the listener knows as their core sound.

Have Fun succeeds as an EP because of its strong tracklist. The best thing I can say about any EP is that it doesn’t sound like a collection of songs– lesser releases are only an assembly of words, but here Burn Burn Burn! form a sentence.  From its deliriously creepy cover art, to its deadbeat ruminations on booze and life, Have Fun feels complete.

4/5



Burn Burn Burn! announce west coast tour

Seattle punks Burn Burn Burn! have announced a month-long west coast tour in support of their new a EP have fun, which was released on June 23rd and can be heard here. The full tour itinerary can be found below.

Pre-orders for the vinyl release of have fun are available on the band’s Bandcamp page, so head over there if you’re looking to pick up some new wax.



Burn Burn Burn! announce and stream new EP

Seattle punk band Burn Burn Burn! have announced their new EP have fun and are currently streaming it online. Listen to it below.

Vocalist Drew Smith on the EP: “We wanted to write a bummed out party record. Basically something upbeat sounding but utterly hopeless and depressing lyrically. We’re super excited and proud of how everything turned out.”

have fun was recorded by Jesse O’Donnell of Noi!se, and was released digitally today, June 23rd. The EP will see a physical released in August. Purchase it here. Burn Burn Burn! last released a split 7″ with Stabbed In Back last year.



Burn Burn Burn returns to the studio to record a new album

I had a chance to catch up with Drew Smith from Seattle’s Burn Burn Burn recently, and got some inside info on the band’s progress on their new album.  The as-yet-untitled record is being recorded at The Autopsy Room by Noi!se guitarist (and fellow Washingtonian) Jesse O’Donnell.

The band focused on writing  more technically-challenging songs, while keeping a simple, scaled-back sound and adding in lyrics that are important to the band personally.  In Drew’s words, “If I can call it anything, I’d call ’em ‘bummed out party songs.'”  We’ll have to see if they sound “bummed out,” but you can check out some check out some pictures of the “party” aspects of recording below.

Burn Burn Burn hasn’t set a release date yet for the new material, but word is that they will tour soon after it is released.  As always, we’ll keep you posted on the details.  Burn Burn Burn most recently released a split with the New Mexico melodic hardcore band Stabbed In Back on La Escalera Records.  Their last full-length was 2013’s This Machine.



Stabbed In Back streaming upcoming split with Burn Burn Burn

New Mexico melodic hardcore outfit Stabbed In Back are streaming their upcoming split with Seattle punks Burn Burn Burn in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

The split is due out in mid June through La Escalara Records.



Burn Burn Burn announces west coast tour dates for May and June

Seattle punks Burn Burn Burn are storming through the Pacific Northwest and down to California this May and June.  You can catch these guys playing with The Briefs, A Wilhelm Scream, Western Settings, and more.  Check out the dates below, and if you haven’t heard them yet, just click here to stream their entire discography.



Burn Burn Burn offer free download of “This Machine” EP

Seattle punks Burn Burn Burn are offering up their debut EP This Machine up for free/pay-what-you-want download. You can give a listen/snag it for free below.

The band is reportedly working on new music, which we’ll keep you posted on. This Machine was released in August of last year through La Escalera Records.



Burn Burn Burn embark on US tour

Seattle punks Burn Burn Burn are currently on a lengthy US tour that will carry on for the next two months.

Dates and locations they are playing can be seen here.

The band’s debut EP “This Machine” was released on August 1st through La Escalera Records.