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Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at 11:49 AM (PST) by Goldfinger
The highlight of the trip is the band’s first show at Pouzza Fest in Montreal in May, but they will also reconnect with some cities they have hit before. The tour kicks off with a farewell show in Buffalo and ends in June with a big regional show in New Jersey that also features Seven Thirty Seven, OC45, Live Nude Girls, and Erik Peterson of Mischief Brew.
On the Cinder is also gearing up to release a brand-new album, The Fight Against Ourselves on Between the Days Records. The album drops on April 12th, but you can pre-order it here.
Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at 12:14 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Buffalo ska punk outfit Seven Thirty Seven are streaming their new EP Dedication.
Give it a listen below.
Dedication was released yesterday, February 29th.
Wednesday, February 24, 2016 at 9:02 PM (PST) by jaystone
Buffalo ska punk outfit Seven Thirty Seven have announced details of a brand-new EP. It’s called “Dedication,” and it consists of three-songs: “Run,” “Home,” And “Start Again.”
As a sign of what’s to come, the band released a thirty-second trailer video today. Check it out below.
“Dedication” is due out next month; stay tuned for more information.
Strike Out Kid playing a trailer show
Having lived a largely nomadic lifestyle during my time on earth, I’ve had the chance to live in a variety of different types of places. From major metros to rural backwoods and everything in between, I’ve inhabited them all at one time or another. From this experience, I have garnered a love/hate relationship with Small Town, America. While there’s something to be said for the safety and familiarity that comes with living in a smaller community, it’s also usually accompanied by a tremendous amount of boredom and a constant feeling that you need to escape the mundane. One thing that can’t be argued is that these small towns aren’t known for contributing a plethora of bands to the scene. An overwhelming majority of punk bands are from large metropolitan areas like Los Angeles, Boston, NYC or the outlying suburbs surrounding these hubs. So when a great small town band comes along it’s worthy of note. For this list, we’ve defined small town as city/town that has roughly 300,000 or fewer residents and is far enough away from major metros so as not to be affected by their “sphere of influence”. I even included a place where I used to live. See if you can figure out which! Check out our nod to just a few of these superb small town acts, sorted by hometown population, below!
Sunday, February 15, 2015 at 6:34 PM (PST) by Lauren Mills
Buffalo ska punk’s Seven Thirty Seven are offering a free download of their new single, “The Selfish/Ska-Boom.”
You can check it out below.
The album consists of a new original and a cover.The band released its last EP “A Little Bit of Impatience” on December 10th, 2014.
Friday, February 13, 2015 at 11:48 AM (PST) by The Grace of Laura Jane
The single will be released February 15th as a free download. The album will consist of a new original and a cover.
The band released its last EP “A Little Bit of Impatience” on December 10th, 2014.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at 11:59 AM (PST) by vivalalexy
The album, which features one new original song and one new cover track, is in honor of the group’s one year anniversary. Check out the track list and cover art below!
Friday, January 23, 2015 at 8:00 AM (PST) by Johnny X
Welcome to the debut episode of Dying Scene Radio. It’s time to kick back and get to know Bob Noxious and Bobby Pickles…up close and personal…right in your ear hole. Join them each Friday for a weekly recap of the week’s punk rock news as reported right here on Dying Scene.
Whether it’s new release, pre-release or unreleased, Dying Scene Radio is committed to featuring the best new music first. Bob n’ Bobby will feature news, reviews and interviews of the best bands, new and old, in ska, punk, crust, metal, hardcore and folk-punk.
This week, Dying Scene Radio features the Buffalo, New York-based ska/punk band, Seven Thirty Seven. The two chat it up with bandmates Alex, Andy and Mike about their recent EP, Polish profanity and the Buffalo, NY punk music scene.
Bobby Pickles speaks with Nick Ameen, who composed the Dying Scene Radio theme song. They discuss old times, the inspiration behind our awesome jingle, plus we play a couple of tracks that Nick Ameen wrote and recorded just last week.
Check out the playlist below and enjoy the show!
The Prosecution – A New Sensation
Wraths – Oh God
The Bombpops – Breathe
Less Than Jake – Late Night Petroleum
Home Street Home – Seeping Beauty
Dwarves – Gentlemen Blag
REPS – Own Your Mind
Seven Thirty Seven – What Happened
Bar Room Heroes – Bar Room Hero
Old Coyote Club – City Foxes
Nick Ameen – Just The Pit
Nick Ameen – Off The Grid
Nick Ameen – Battle Scars
Friday, January 9, 2015 at 12:47 PM (PST) by Gina Skidz
If our post on Buffalo’s ska-punk act Seven Thirty Seven earlier today piqued your interest, you can find out a little more about them in the video below. In the video, you’ll see live performances and a casual interview with the band, thanks to the Cocktails with Bands project.
Friday, January 9, 2015 at 9:31 AM (PST) by Johnny X
Hey ska-punk fans, here’s a new band for you to check out. Buffalo, New York’s Seven Thirty Seven formed in February 2014 over their mutual love for Mike Park and ska-punk music. Less than a year later they put out their debut EP “A Little Bit Of Impatience”, a fantastic little gem of a release worth checking out for any fan of ska infused punk rock. Give the EP a listen below and thank us later.