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Noise Brigade (pop punk) share video for ‘Color In’

Back in April we had an exclusive stream of ‘Color In’ the first single from Portland pop punks Noise Brigade‘s EP ‘Find What You Love And Let It Consume You’. The band have now released a video for the same song.

Since our exclusive, the EP has been released on Manic Kat Records.

Check out the new video below.



DS Exclusive: Noise Brigade stream “Color In” off upcoming EP, “Find What You Love and Let it Consume You”

It’s not every day an Alaskan band comes around… (well, Anchorage exports. They currently reside in Portland.) Yet, today we have Noise Brigade‘s new shizz for streaming straight from the mountains to the sea. Here’s a band who’s been putting out new music pretty steadily these past few years and staying busy on the road. They’ve come a long way since performing at their high school’s battle of the bands around the time of their conception, and even hit a few Warped Tour stages in Alaska before packing up their gear and heading down to the lesser 48.

Since that time they’ve released a few albums, a few singles including a skanky song about sad Christmas with no Turbo Man, and debuted an album on Manic Kat Records in May of last year titled This is Fine. They followed up that release with a busy show schedule making their way up and down the west coast and around the southwestern U.S., playing with some notable acts including The Movielife, SUCH GOLD, and The Flatliners. They’ve also recorded a new five song EP, Find What You Love and Let it Consume You to be released on May 10th on Manic Kat. Pre-orders for that are available here.

I’m pretty pleased to be able to bring you the first single off that EP today. I’m somewhat new to Dying Scene and I don’t know if I’ve been sleeping on these guys or what, but I think they’re dope! The new one is a track called “Color In” written from the outside perspective of watching a friend or loved one involved in an abusive relationship, not knowing how best to be a friend, and the frustrations inherent in that situation for all parties. The struggle is real, and it’s important to know that help is there if you seek it, but also it’s important to be the helping hand when you see a friend who’s down and out, or a stranger for that matter. Go make someone’s day undead scenesters. Here’s some pop punk. Stream “Color In” below.



Noise Brigade release video for “I’m Not Just Sure It Will, I Know It Might”

Anchorage punks, Noise Brigade have released a new music video for “I’m not just sure it will, I know it might”. The song comes from their most recent album, “This is fine” which was released by Manic Kat Records back in May of this year. It’s a ripper, check it below.

The band had this to say about the video: “The song’s about being in a constant state of wondering when you’re first forming a relationship. It can be some of the most exciting and scariest moments of your life. The video portrays two people first finding each other, and pushing through life’s obstacles that stand in your way.”



DS Exclusive: Manic Kat Records Premieres Summer Sampler

NY/NJ indie punk label Manic Kat Records is gearing up for a smoldering Summer with a brand new, thirteen track sampler featuring some of the label’s most recent signings from New York and beyond. Included in this masterful menagerie of bands are exciting, up-and-coming acts like Jump for the Sails, Rival Town,  Wired for Havoc, Noise Brigade and many more. Since the lovely folks over at MKR know we’re suckers for samplers, they sent the entire LP over to stream for our lucky readers! So, grab the sunscreen (SPF 50 or higher!) and stream this sizzling hot sampler in it’s entirety below! Then head on over to the label’s site and order yourself a copy for $5 (free poster included with purchase! Whatta bargain!).



Noise Brigade stream new album “This is Fine”

Portland pop-punks Noise Brigade are streaming their new album This is Fine in its entirety. You can check out the record and the band’s upcoming tour dates below.

The album was released today through Manic Kat Records, and follows 2016’s From the Mountains to the Sea. Visit the label’s webstore to grab a copy.



Save WhySound (Or, On the Importance of Small Town DIY)

Adam Stiletto (center) with Melodic Hardcore act Lifelink
All photos by Sativa Evans

One of the many joys of this gig is getting to meet awesome people from all over the world who have a passion for this Scene as much as me. Not that I’m bursting at the seams with punk pride or anything, it’s just that I grew up in a small town where people weren’t like me. So, I always embrace the chance to meet like minded individuals. One such individual sent me an unsolicited Facebook friend request a year or two ago (see, some people actually find me charming). I passively watched my daily feed fill up with his posts about incredible shows he was putting on at his venue or promoting some band that no one had ever heard of with the fervor of a six year old on Christmas morning. I didn’t even realize for months that this guy was in Logan, Utah until we started interacting a little more. “How is there such an active scene in B.F.E, Utah?” I thought to myself. What is this kid? The Johnny Appleseed of punk, spreading seeds of the scene throughout the Cache Valley, nurturing them with all his might in hopes that they will one day bear fruit? Well, the short answer, surprisingly is yes! This Johnny AppleScene (no?) has been proving for years, that the DIY ethos that makes our community so great can get shit done against heavy odds and under unlikely circumstances. Now, it’s time for our community to show that the same self sufficient, “circle the wagons” attitude can keep this small but thriving scene in Northern Utah alive. If you are a punk at heart, you will really want to give this one a read. Check out more on this story and find out how you can help below!



Noise Brigade (pop punk) streams new album, “From the Mountains to the Sea”

Earlier this week, Alaskan pop-punk band Noise Brigade released their new album, From the Mountains to the Sea, and you can check it out below.

This new 9-track album was released March 1st, almost a year to the day since the release of the band’s last album, Get Rich or Die Crying.