Brooklyn based dance punks QWAM are streaming their new single “Mall,” which was released on January 21st.
You can give it a listen below.
QWAM last released their EP Feed Me in January 2018.
Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at 10:44 AM (PST) by Goldfinger
Brooklyn based dance punks QWAM, are streaming the song “Doggie Door” off their upcoming EP “Feed Me”.
You can check out the song below.
The new album will be released January 19th, with a record release show scheduled for January 24th at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn.
Thursday, January 4, 2018 at 9:12 PM (PST) by liathdavis
Brooklyn based dance-punk act, QWAM are now streaming their new track “Dirty Feet” off of their new EP Feed Me. The track is “a song about finding yourself and holding on to who you are in a sea of faces.”
The EP will make it’s way to the public on January 19, with a release show at Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory on the 24th to celebrate.
Check out the track below.
Thursday, November 23, 2017 at 1:15 PM (PST) by NobodyLikesGreg
Brooklyn based punk act QWAM premiered its very first single ever. The dance floor rager ‘Doggie door’ immediately gives you a good idea of what the band is all about: fun and highly energetic punk rock earworms that get stuck in your head fast.
QWAM’s debut EP ‘Feed Me’ will be out January 19th. Definitely a new band we can’t wait to hear more of.
Check out ‘Doggie Door’ below now.
All Hope Remains are apparently based in Australia, but I'm finding that hard to believe. Everything from the Euro-English stylings of their name, to the slightly metallic, melancholy-tinged sound screams 'Alienated European punks who grew up listening to Epi/Fat' to me. This isn't the type of Aussie punk that conjures images of board shorts, beers and 'barbies, it's something deeper and more brooding than that. Their latest single 'Hit Rewind' is sure to tickle the fancy of skate punks across the world; the opening snare roll and subsequent harmonic-laden guitar riff rolling back the years to when Ten Foot Pole and Pennywise were hotter than an ill-prepared British tourist walking in the Australian sun. What sets these guys apart is their knack for melody and the clarity of the vocals. Plenty of bands are tight and technical, but few also have hooks that stand out over the flurry of riffs and drums fills that skate punk is heaving with. Check them out here.