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Wiretap Records to celebrate anniversary with free show (Audio Karate, Odd Robot, Get Married, more…)

California-based label Wiretap Records has announced that they will be hosting a show to celebrate their upcoming 4th anniversary.

The 2-day event will be held at the Slidebar in Fullerton, CA on Sept 29th and 30th.  Bands performing will include Audio Karate, Odd Robot, Lost in Society, Get Married, Tiny StillsWolves&Wolves&Wolves&Wolves, and more!



Odd Robot (Punk, CA) Stream Latest Album “Amnesiatic”

California-based punk rock three-piece Odd Robot are allowing fans to stream their entire new record Amnesiatic. The album features fourteen mid-tempo tracks with bags of melody that will likely excite fans of early Alkaline Trio.

The release of Amnesiatic is being handled by Wire Tap Records. You can listen it in full below. It’s the latest music from the trio since their Christmas cover version of “O Holy Night” in 2017.



Odd Robot stream new song “West Coast Girls”

Fullerton, CA-based punk band Odd Robot have a new single out titled “West Coast Girls.” It is from their upcoming release Amnesiatic, which is scheduled to be released on August 3 via Wiretap Records.

Amnesiatic is the follow-up to their 2017 debut LP A Late Night Panic.

Stream the single below.



Odd Robot premiere single “Sell Your Soul,” announce new album for August 2018

Southern California (I’ll save the abbreviation for the sort of monsters that also say things like “Frisco” and “Chi-town”) power-pop trio Odd Robot have premiered a lyric video for their single “Sell Your Soul.”

The song is off their just-announced upcoming album, “Amnesiatic,” due out August 3rd on Wiretap Records.

Odd Robot has recently played with Smoking Popes and Bad Cop/Bad Cop. You know they’re damn good to be keeping that kind of company. Their last full-length was their debut album, “A Late Night Panic,” released in 2017.

Check out “Sell Your Soul” below!



Odd Robot release “O Holy Night” charity single

Southern California pop-punk band Odd Robot have released a cover of the holiday classic “O Holy Night.”

You can give it a listen below.

If you buy the single from the band, the proceeds will be going to the Ventura County United Way, to help those affected by the recent wildfires.



Odd Robot latest artist to record Bridge City Sessions

Southern California pop-punk band Odd Robot are the latest act to perform for Bridge City Sessions. The band played “Take Two White Pills” and “Knife And A Cigarette” for the session, both from their latest album “A Late Night Panic”.

You can watch the performances below.



Wiretap Records release name-your-price charity comp “ATTENTION!”

Wiretap Records have put together a massive 33 track charity compilation, with proceeds going to the ACLU. That’s 33 songs from 33 bands across more than a dozen different labels. You can check out the details at bandcamp.

Bands on the comp include Young Hunger, Odd Robot, Attic Salt, Gender Roles, Regarde, Elijah Newman & The SideEffects, and many, many more.

Be sure to check out the full stream below!



Odd Robot and Gentlemen Prefer Blood announce West Coast Tour

SoCal punk/pop punk bands Odd Robot and Gentlemen Prefer Blood have announced an August West Coast Tour that kicks off on the 25th. Check out the tour dates below.

Odd Robot hits the road in support of their latest LP “A Late Night Panic” which was released via Wiretap Records earlier this year.

Gentlemen Prefer Blood are fresh off a new 7″ split they released with Black Dots that came out via La Escalera Records.



DS Exclusive: Odd Robot premiere new video for “Knife and a Cigarette”

Southern California pop-punk band Odd Robot have premiered a new video for their song, “Knife and a Cigarette.”

The band has signed to Wiretap Records, and will be reissuing their newest album, “A Late Night Panic,” on the label this spring.

I can definitely hear the Descendents and Alkaline Trio influences. I’ll be grabbing the LP. If you can’t wait til the reissue, you can check out the album at bandcamp.

You can check out the new video below.