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Mono in Stereo premiere new music video, “Different Kind of Man”

Mono in Stereo is a band on the up and up. They released their second album on Rum Bar RecordsCan’t Stop The Bleeding, in June of this year, along with an earlier released video for “The Conversation” which Dying Scene premiered here. Since then they’ve been tapped for punk rock glory by having a song of theirs featured in the upcoming Joselito Seldera feature film, Screw City, which follows a young riot girl going through the struggle of post-high school band mate disssociation blues. Personally, as a guy who’s gone through five (official) drummers and a handful of bassists in just as many years, it’s a story I know all to well.

Today Mono in Stereo is releasing a new music video for the single “Different Kind of Man” , which tells another familiar tale of young love in the California desert. “The thought was Midwest punk in Southern California,” says Seldera, who also directed the video. “The clothes, the style, the vibe. Dusty and gritty. No beaches, no skaters or surfers or cool neighborhoods or anything like that. So we came up with a list of cool, sort of weird places well outside of L.A. and for two days we drove around the desert and shot at those places.”

The video tails two coed heroes on the fringes with subtle reminders through their caustic reality that God is love, and highlights the early sparks of infatuation and shifting persuasions… I think our grand-folks called that courting or something. The song is catchy and smile-inducing – think Bruce Springsteen meets Naked Raygun. It provides a great blend of classic bar room rock and roll with our beloved punk rock about opening up with one another and weeding out loneliness.”Let me pick you up at home tonight because we’re headed where the eagles dare. Left alone up to our own devices, there’s a lot of thing’s that we can share.” There’s a right way and there’s a wrong way, kiddos ,but more often than not we find ourselves somewhere in-between.

Seldera listed two videos as major influences: “I re-watched The Jesus and Mary Chain’s ‘Sometimes Always’ video over and over, a thousand times, and even tried to emulate a few shots from that one. That and Camera Obscura’s ‘French Navy.’ I wanted to add a bit of a narrative in the way that video does.”

Stream the video for “Different Kind of Man” below.

 



Rum Bar Records release free digital sampler “Somebody Out There Is Having A Party”

Prodigious punk ‘n roll label Rum Bar Records have just released a free digital sampler titled “Somebody Out There Is Having A Party” and if you like old school rock ‘n roll vibes it’s a great way to discover some new bands. Stream it for free below and download it for free on bandcamp.



Cheap Gunslingers (Garage Punk, FLA) Announce Self-Titled Album on Rum Bar Records

Florida rockers Cheap Gunslingers have just announced that they will release their self-titled debut album on June 21. Helping the band with the release will be Boston-based  Rum Bar Records. 

To get you lot in the mood for the release, the band have been good enough to put out a track early. You can listen to “Good Time” by Cheap Gunslingers below.



DS Exclusive: Mono in Stereo premiere new music video, “The Conversation” (ffo: Menzingers, OWTH)

“We can hang out here, but we can’t hang out too long because this conversation is going nowhere.” “The Conversation” is the newest single from Mono in Stereo, a punk rock outfit out of Rockford, IL playing heartland rock and roll, “melding the seemingly disparate influences of Bruce Springsteen, ’80s hardcore, alt country, and classic mid-western punk… sincere songwriting, no-nonsense tunes, and choruses that practically explode out of your earbuds. While in many ways similar to more recent bands like the Menzingers, Off With Their Heads and The Hold Steady, Mono In Stereo owes just as much to the mid-western legacy of Husker Du, The Replacements, Naked Raygun and Pegboy.”

Can’t Stop the Bleeding is the title of their newest EP being released on Rum Bar Records June 21 and promises “great songs with lyrics that speak to the human experience. Pop open a cold one, drop the needle, have a seat, and let these songs sink in. It’s going to be a fine summer. Everything is going to be alright. We just know it will.”  You can pre-order those tracks on vinyl/CD/digital here.

Dying Scene is proud to host the exclusive music video premiere of “The Conversation” today, below. It’s a mono-chromatic rendition played on a semi-hollow body guitar and crosses bridges and empty rooms . It’s streaming straight from the Midwest so crack open a cold one and drop the needle, young scenesters. If you’ve ever had the “sneaking suspicion that you’re screaming at a wall” then this one’s for you.



Video Premiere: Geoff Palmer releases new music video, “Giving In”

Geoff Palmer, of New Hampshire’s The Connection/The Guts glory, has a solo album dropping June 7th on Stardumb Records (EU) and Rum Bar Records (US) titled Pulling out all the Stops. The album is available for pre-order on CD and streaming with bonus tracks (via Rum Bar) here, and on red or black vinyl and 7″ here in the US (via The Machine Shop) and here for Europe.

“There’s nothing left to do. I’m giving up and giving into you.” is the chorus which breaks through the catchy harmonic cadence in this newest single, “Giving In” off the upcoming record. We’re streaming the music video below which has an interesting nostalgic quality of a lazy Saturday morning watching the spinning grooves of a record and the needle, or the dog. “You are 1989 and I am East of Berlin… I’m giving up my walls for something new.”

Geoff Palmer and his associated acts have several times been featured by Steven Van Zandt (Bruce Springsteen/Sirius FM Underground Garage) for having the “coolest song in the world”. He has also recorded with The Queers under the name Geoff Useless on their Everything’s O.K. and Punk Rock Confidential albums. His music goes well with Alkaline Trio, The Hard-Ons and The Queers. Stream the video for “Giving In” below.



Rum Bar Records stream Winter 2019 sampler

Rum Bar Records are streaming their Winter 2019 sampler.  The compilation includes bands such as The Peawees, Muck and the Mires, Duck & CoverThe Cheap CassettesThe Right HereJustine and the Unclean, and many more.  You can give the whole thing a listen below.



The Peawees Release Video for “Walking Through My Hell”

Italian soul-punk rock’n’rollers The Peawees have announced that they will be releasing a new album, “Moving Target”, this fall via Wild Honey Records/Rum Bar Records. 

If you’re into eclectic Elvis Presley inspired garage-rock with a vintage vibe, you’ll want to check out the video below for the album’s first single, “Walking Through My Hell.”

This will be The Peawees’ first album since the release of Leave It Behind, released via Wild Honey Records in 2011.



Introducing Punk N Roll Act: The Peawees (FFO Elvis Presley + Punk)

I was a total music nerd when I was a kid. I listened to absolutely nothing except golden oldies and Weird Al until I was in high school. I stumbled onto punk rock when I was 15 and considered myself musically “cool” but now that I think about it, starting a punk music blog is pretty much the pinnacle of fanboy geekdom – so, still a music nerd it seems. But I digress. I was telling you about golden oldies. I never lost my love for the rock ‘n roll of the 60s, which is why Italy’s The Peawees are striking such a chord with me. These guys channel the greats like Elvis, Chuck Berry or Buddy Holly but do it with decidedly punk rock rock flare. They’re not “new”, they’ve been kicking around the punk scene since 1995 but they’re new to Dying Scene and on September 14th they’re dropping their new album “Moving Target” via Rum Bar Records. Put your dancing shoes on and give a couple of the tunes a listen here.



Muck and the Mires “Muckus Maximus” EP out September 14th, stream “#Loneliness” now

Boston’s garage throw-back Muck and the Mires have a new EP, Muckus Maximus releasing next month on Rum Bar Records. You can stream “#Loneliness” below and pre-order the record at bandcamp.

Muck and the Mires last release was 2016’s Doreen.



Duck & Cover (pop-punk) streaming two new songs off of upcoming EP “Rob Them Blind”

Charlestown punks Duck & Cover are streaming the tracks “Live It Up” and “Stand Corrected” off of their upcoming EP Rob Them Blind. Out August 10th on Rum Bar Records, the EP features eight new songs, and if the first two are any sign of what we can expect from the rest of the record, we are all in for a treat.

Check out the first two songs off the new EP below.

This is the first new music from Duck & Cover since 2016’s Stuck In Decline. If you’re a fan of The Riptides or Screeching Weasel, Duck & Cover gives you the best of both with some cleaner vocals. 



The Cheap Cassettes stream new song “Kiss The Ass Of My Heart”

Seattle garage punks The Cheap Cassettes are streaming their new song “Kiss The Ass Of My Heart,” which is the title track from their upcoming EP that is set to be released on July 13th via Rum Bar Records and Cassettes On Records.

You can give it a listen below.

The Cheap Cassettes last released Hieroglyphics In Lipstick​/​Worse N’ Better in 2017, also through Rum Bar Records and Cassettes On Records.



The Right Here (Punk) streaming new album “Another Round”

Minnesota based punks The Right Here are streaming their latest album, a collection of B-sides and acoustic songs Another Round does not disappoint.

Check out the new album below.

This is the first new music from The Right Here since 2016’s Stick To The Plan. If you’re a fan of Ann Beretta or Tim Barry these guys share the same Midwestern sound.



Justine & the Unclean release video for “Rock and Roll Blackmail”

Boston pop-punk band Justine and the Unclean have released a video for their song “Rock And Roll Blackmail.” The song comes from their most recent release, Get Unclean, which was released in November via Rum Bar Records.

Watch the video below.



The Right Here releasing “Another Round,” collection of b-sides, acoustic songs, and covers

Minneapolis’ The Right Here are releasing “Another Round,” an album’s worth  of b-sides, covers, and acoustic songs. The album will release on May 18th on Rum Bar Records. You can preview five of the tracks below.

The Right Here’s last album was 2016’s “Stick to the Plan.”



The Right Here stream single “More Delusions”

Minnesota act The Right Here are now streaming a new single titled, “More Delusions” off of Rum Bar Records.

“More Delusions” is off of the upcoming album from the four piece title “Another Round” on May 12.

Check it out below!