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DS Exclusive: Amos Pitsch (Tenement) Interviews Walt Hamburger about The Hamburgers’ First Show in 9 Years

The Hamburgers were a pop punk band from Appleton, Wisconsin that I recall existing between the years 2004 and 2005. My high school band, Social Classics, often played locally with them at coffee shops and VFW halls; in basements and fast food joint parking lots. For me, at sixteen years old, they filled a void where no energetic, melodic, and slightly juvenile music existed anymore in the Northeast Wisconsin region. They encompassed the idea of fun and did it without an air of pretension. They seemed almost like a cartoon strip in band form and I think managed to make an impression on a lot of young minds in spite of themselves. As the years have passed, Walt and I continue to evolve into such different people, but I still consider him one of my closest friends; a madman at the wheel that somehow manages to continue to steer himself toward his own personal success. He’s released two solo albums on Lagwagon front-man Joey Cape‘s record label One Week Records, crosses the ocean yearly to play for international fans, and finds purpose at home running his own non profit organization dedicated helping animals in need. This weekend, The Hamburgers are reuniting at Appleton, Wisconsin’s Mile Of Music Festival for their first performance in nine years.

-Amos Pitsch, July 2019

Check out Amos and Walt’s interview below!



Direct Hit! and Tenement announce fall tour

Wisconsin’s Direct Hit! and Tenement have announced they will be touring together this November, with most of the shows taking place in the Midwest. Check out the tour dates below.

Direct Hit!’s latest LP Wasted Mind released in June through Fat Wreck Chords. Tenement’s rarities compilation Bruised Music Vol 2 came out in April on Grave Mistake Records.



Tenement stream remastered song “The Block Is Safe Again”

Wisconsin punk act Tenement are streaming a newly remastered version of their song “The Block Is Safe Again.” The song will appear on the upcoming rarities compilation, Bruised Music Vol 2 and you can listen to it below.

Bruised Music Vol 2 will be released on April 8, 2016 via Grave Mistake Records, and is the follow up to Tenement’s 2015 compilation album, Bruised Music Vol. 1. You can pre-order it here.

Tenement last released the double album Predatory Headlights on June 2, 2015 through Don Giovanni Records



Tenement stream new song “Freak Cast In Iron”

Wisconsin punk act Tenement are streaming a new song titled “Freak Cast In Iron,” taken from their upcoming double album Bruised Music Vol 2. It’s a short but sweet tune pulsing with garage, lo-fi energy, and you can give it a listen here.

“Bruised Music Vol 2” is set for release on April 8th via Grave Mistake Records. You can pre-order it here.



Tenement stream new song “Hive of Hives”

Wisconsin punk act Tenement are streaming a new song titled “Hive of Hives,” taken from their upcoming double album Predatory Headlights. Give it a listen below.

Predatory Headlights is set to be released on June 2nd through Don Giovanni Records. The band last released a compilation album titled Bruised Music Volume One on March 10th.



Tenement announce double album; stream new song

Wisconsin punk act Tenement have announced that they will be releasing a double album, Predatory Headlights, this year. The 25-track, 80 minute album will be released on June 2, 2015 through Don Giovanni Records, and you can get your first taste of the album, via the album’s first single “Dull Joy,” below.

Tenement released a compilation album, Bruised Music Volume One on March 10, 2015, as a joint release between Grave Mistake Records and Toxic Pop Records.



Tenement streaming upcoming album “Bruised Music Volume One”

Wisconsin punk act Tenement are streaming their LP “Bruised Music Volume One.”

You can check it out here.

The album is due out March 10, 2015 through Grave Mistake.



10 Punk Songs to Help You Through Your Mundane Week (curated by DS editor Lauren Mills)

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 Lauren Mills (that’s me!). I had to use an embarrassingly goofy throwback photo because I’m running out of current photos.

This week I’m bringing you songs that have helped me through my days of unemployment, boredom and anxiety.  I apologize in advance that this list of songs is negative, but weirdly they help me through ruts as much as the uplifting tunes.

Enjoy the tunes below!



Tenement streams new track “Morning Mouth”

Wisconsin punk act Tenement are streaming a new track “Morning Mouth” off of their upcoming compilation EP “Bruised Music Volume 1.” Check it out here.

“Bruised Music Volume One” will be released March 10, 2015, as a joint release between Grave Mistake Records and Toxic Pop Records.

 

 



Tenement stream “The Fire Is Out”

Wisconsin punk act Tenement are streaming a newly remastered version of their song “The Fire Is Out”. The track will appear on the band’s upcoming compilation LP, Bruised Music Volume One, and you can give it a listen here.

Bruised Music Volume One, due out March 10, 2015, as a joint release between Grave Mistake Records and Toxic Pop Records. You can pre-order your copy here or here.



Tenement announce compilation album, stream “Spaghetti Midwestern”

Wisconsin punk act Tenement have announced that they will be releasing Bruised Music Volume One, a compilation LP of ten remastered rare or out-of-print tracks from the band’s earliest days.  The collection will also include an eight page zine chronicling the band.

To celebrate the coming release, you can check out the remastered version of “Spaghetti Midwestern” right here.

Bruised Music Volume One, due out March 10, 2015, as a joint release between Grave Mistake Records and Toxic Pop Records.