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New, Noteworthy, & Free: Brooklyn emo-pop-punks Cold Wrecks’ new album “This Could Be Okay”

Price is no indication of quality, certainly not in the music industry, and definitely not in punk rock. “This Could Be Okay,” the new album from New York-based emo pop punk four-piece Cold Wrecks, is proof positive of that. Four tracks into this release I knew I’d be giving them my money despite the “pay what you want” price tag.

I highly recommend giving this album a listen below. I admit I’m only halfway through it as I write this post but I’ll go out on a limb and say my favorite track is “The Season.” Wow.



Cold Wrecks (Pop Punk, NY) Stream Latest Single “January First”

New York-based pop punk four-piece Cold Wrecks have just released a new single titled “January First”. The track is the first new music from the band since their October 2018 single, “Crossing Sign.”

You can stream “January First” below.



Cold Wrecks (pop-punk) release new single “Crossing Sign”

Brooklyn pop-punk band Cold Wrecks have released a new single called “Crossing Sign.” Defined in the band’s own words as a song about heartbreak, this song is at once bittersweet, upbeat, and melancholy. 

Earlier this year, the band released their single “Bury Me in Gainesville.” Both tracks can be streamed right here.





10 Songs to Jumpstart Your Week (curated by DS editor Bizarro Dustin)

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 on-again/off-again Dying Scene reviewer Bizarro Dustin.

Discover some great new tunes, revisit some old favorites, and sing along with all of the anthems for the broken and defeated that make up Dustin’s personal picks below.



Cold Wrecks and Freya Wilcox & The Howl Announce US Tour

Brooklyn acts Cold Wrecks and Freya Wilcox & the Howl have announced that they will be heading out together on the “Broken Teeth Tour,” around the Midwest this month. You can find the dates and locations below. You can find additional information on individual shows here.

Cold Wrecks released their debut album, Breaking, in July 2016. Freya Wilcox & The Howl released their debut album, Tooth and Nail, this week on June 6th, 2017.



Cold Wrecks offering new album “Breaking” for name your price download

Brooklyn’s Cold Wrecks are offering their debut album “Breaking” up for name your price download.

You can download/stream it below.

“Breaking” was released on July 11th. Cold Wrecks (as Eli Whitney & the Sound Machine) last released Tiny Refuge in October 2015.



DS Exclusive: Cold Wrecks stream new song “Suburbs” off upcoming album ‘Breaking’

Today we’re excited to bring you an exclusive stream of “Suburbs,” the brand new single by Brooklyn’s Cold Wrecks. The song will be on the band’s new album, Breaking, and you can listen to it below.

Produced and engineered by Jesse Cannon and Mike Oettinger, Breaking will be released on July 11, 2016 and you can pre-order the album here. You can listen to “Drawbridge,” the band’s first single here.

Cold Wrecks (as Eli Whitney & the Sound Machine) last released Tiny Refuge in October 2015. The band plans on re-releasing the EP under their new name in the future.



Eli Whitney & the Sound Machine change name to Cold Wrecks, announce new album ‘Breaking’, and stream new song “Drawbridge”

Brooklyn sometimes ska/sometimes punk/all-time feels act Eli Whitney & The Sound Machine have officially announced that they are abandoning their old name and will be now known as Cold Wrecks. The name change came about because, as the band puts it:

“[W]hen we started working on new songs together, we knew we were a completely different band, and didn’t feel comfortable using the old band’s moniker and songs.”

Additionally, Cold Wrecks have announced a new album titled Breaking. and are streaming the album’s first single, “Drawbridge.” Produced and engineered by Jesse Cannon and Mike Oettinger, Breaking will be released on July 11, 2016 and can be pre-ordered here.  You can check out “Drawbridge” and read more about the name change here.

Cold Wrecks (as Eli Whitney & the Sound Machine) last released Tiny Refuge in October 2015. The band plans on re-releasing the EP under their new name in the future.