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Bomb The Music Industry! documentary “Never Get Tired” released digitally

In 2014, Bomb The Music Industry! launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a documentary about the band. Almost three years later, the film titled Never Get Tired: The Bomb The Music Industry! Story has received a digital release.

Head over here to get your hands on the documentary. $5 gets you the full film, as well as deleted scenes and commentary by the band.

Bomb The Music Industry! disbanded in 2014. Their final album Vacation was released in 2011.

Never Get Tired: The Bomb the Music Industry! Story screening date announced

For the past few years, documentarian Sara Crow has been hard at work putting together a feature on Long Island DIY punk band Bomb the Music Industry!. Titled Never Get Tired: The Bomb the Music Industry! Story, the documentary will finally see the light of day on August 30, 2015 at the SVA Theater in New York, NY. You can watch the trailer for the film below, and buy your tickets to the screening here.

Jeff Rosenstock of Bomb the Music Industry! ranks his own albums

Bomb The Music Industry! frontman Jeff Rosenstock ranks his own band’s albums in an interview that you can read here.

We reported a few months ago that Jeff was working on a solo project through Side One Dummy Records, and his 12-track debut album, We Cool?, is due out soon.

Jeff Rosenstock (Bomb The Music Industry!) announces solo album, signs to Side One Dummy, releases new song

Bomb The Music Industry! frontman Jeff Rosenstock, is streaming a new song entitled “Hey Allison” off his upcoming solo album, due out sometime later through Side One Dummy Records.

You can check out the song here.

In addition to releasing new music, Rosenstock also has some U.S. tour dates lined up.

The Bruce Lee Band stream new track “Where’s The Call”

Mike Park’s The Bruce Lee Band are now streaming their new track “Where’s The Call” and you can check it out below.

The song is off the upcoming album “Everything Will Be Alright, My Friend,” which features members of Operation IvyBomb The Music Industry!Hard Girls, and more. It is set for release later this month through (you guessed it!) Asian Man Records.

“Everything Will Be Alright, My Friend” will be the first full-length Bruce Lee Band has released since their 1995 self-titled album, on which Park was backed by members of Less Than Jake.

Mischief Brew announce North American July tour dates with Subhumans

Philly folk punks Mischief Brew have announced a North American July tour with veteran UK punks Subhumans and you can check out the dates and locations of the shows below.

Mischief Brew most recently released a previously lost album called “Kettle Rebellion” on April 1st of this year. You can read the story behind the record and stream it in full on the group’s Bandcamp page.

Kickstarter funded Bomb The Music Industry! documentary in the works

There is a documentary about Jeff Rosenstock and Bomb The Music Industry! currently being funded on Kickstarter. The film is titled “Never Get Tired: The Bomb The Music Industry! Story” and you can check out the trailer for it below.

The creator describes the documentary as a “feature-length film about DIY pioneer Jeff Rosenstock, who put his songs online for free and redefined punk for the internet age.”

You can get more details and contribute to the project here.

“Trying It At Home” documentary (feat. Frank Turner, Jeff Rosenstock) up for name your price download

A new documentary about D.I.Y. punk culture called “Trying It At Home” is up for pay what you want download courtesy of Shibby Pictures. It features interviews from Bomb The Music Industry!, Frank Turner, Big D and the Kids Table and more.

You can check it out here.

Free Music: Jeff Rosenstock – “Summer” with bonus tracks

Jeff Rosenstock, formerly of Bomb the Music Industry! and The Arrogant Sons of Bitches, has put up a free download of his Summer EP that includes a bunch of bonus material not included on the initial release. Amongst the bonus tracks are covers of songs by Throwing Muses, Neil Young and Fiona Apple.

You can download the full Summer package right here.

Rosenstock began releasing material under his own name during October 2012, with the album I Look Like Shit. You can download that for free  as well, on the Quote Unquote Records page right here.

Chris Farren (Fake Problems) streams cover of Bomb The Music Industry!’s “Hurricane Waves”

Chris Farren of Fake Problems is currently streaming a new cover of the song “Hurricane Waves” by Bomb The Music Industry! and you can check it out below.

Fake Problems released their third studio album, “Real Ghosts Caught On Tape,” in September 2010 through SideOneDummy Records. More recently they released a split with fellow Floridians You Blew It!, titled “Florida Doesn’t Suck,” through Topshelf Records this past February.

WKDU offers free download of live punk compilation (Bomb The Music Industry!, Plow United, etc.)

Philadelphia radio station WKDU have put together a 39-track compilation titled “WKDU Live Volume 1 2013 Resurrect Music on Planet Earth”. It features acts such as Bomb The Music Industry!The Holy Mess, and Plow United.

You can download it for free below.

Bomb The Music Industry! announce final show

Bomb The Music Industry! fans, were you wishing to see the band live just one more?  Well here’s your chance!  The band recently announced a final show in January.  Here’s a statement from the band about the show:

On January 19th 2014, Bomb the Music Industry! will be playing our final show at Warsaw in Brooklyn. Over the past eight years this band has taken us to three continents, countless houses, basements, bars, venues, a few backyards, a lot of tasty restaurants and introduced us to most of our best friends in the world.

We’d like to have one last big “fuuuuuuck yeah!” with everybody who has made the past eight years so special for us. We’re doing this on a Sunday of a four-day weekend while college is not in session, with the hopes that anyone who would like to make the trip will be able to do so. Or if you think we’re like the worst, then, y’know, just stay wherever you are.

I should also mention that the show is $15. Unfortunately, in trying to find the best spot for this show – and in order to keep it all ages – we ended up with higher room expenses than our usual shows, thus making us raise the price over our standard $10. To offset this, we are offering a free live recording of the show to everyone who buys a ticket. You don’t have to do anything, just buy a ticket and after the recording has been mixed, we’ll e-mail you a copy. Holy fuck. Easy stuff. Thanks fr understanding.

You can head over here to get tickets.

Bomb the Music Industry! released their sixth and last studio album “Vacation” on Quote Unquote Records in July 2011.

Jeff Rosenstock (Bomb The Music Industry!) releases new song “Eastern Coast”

Jeff Rosenstock, formerly of Bomb The Music Industry! and The Arrogant Sons Of Bitches, has released a new song entitled “Eastern Coast.” You can check it out over here.

Rosenstock most recently released “I Look Like Shit,” which is available to download for free on the Quote Unquote Records page right here.

Jeff Rosenstock (Bomb the Music Industry!) streaming “Go On Get”

Jeff Rosenstock (formerly of Bomb The Music Industry! and Arrogant Sons Of Bitches) has posted a new song, titled “Go On Get”. The song is the b-side to Rosenstock’s recently released 7-inch, Summer. Check the song out right here. In true Rosenstock form, the song is also available to download for free.

For more information on the pre-order via Really Records head over here.

Full Album Stream: Asian Man Music for Asian Man People

The always stellar Asian Man Records have put up a full stream of their newest compilation, Asian Man Music for Asian Man People. The compilation collects fourteen bands from the Asian Man roster covering songs by other bands signed to or associated with the label. Performing acts include Bomb the Music Industry!, Andrew Jackson Jihad, Sundials, and Mikey Erg (among others), while some of the covered acts include Alkaline Trio, Toys That Kill, The Wild, and The Smoking Popes.

If this full comp stream wasn’t enough, Asian Man Records was also kind enough to make a compilation of all of the original songs and put that up to stream as well.

You can stream the both entire comps right here