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New label from former Less Than Jake drummer (pop punk)

Lost Music Collective is a brand new independent label focusing primarily on pop punk music. The new label is set to have releases this year from Rival Town, Yearbooks, Goalkeeper, and Chase Your Words. Lost Music Collective comes from the minds of Vinnie Fiorello (Less Than Jake) and Erick Droegmoeller (Word Is Bond, Inc.). The label will be releasing it’s debut record with Canadian pop punk band Rival Town’s album ‘Useless Hand’ on October 4th.

Vinnie Fiorello retired from touring with Less Than Jake in 2018. Check out Rival Town’s video for ‘Castaways’ below.



DS Exclusive: Forgotten Sons premiere “Angst and Apathy” EP

For fans of Reggie and The Full Effect, Forgotten Sons is a melodic pop-punk band out of Scotland recently signed to New York based Manic Kat Records. Manic Kat was attracted to the sound and general good American reception of the group’s self-released EPs and picked Forgotten Sons up for their third, Angst and Apathy, which releases October 4 officially, but for Dying Scene fans it just came a few days early. Stream Angst and Apathy below



Right On, Kid (pop punk) release video from Tracer

Albuquerque pop punkers Right On, Kid have shared a video for ‘Tracer’ from their EP, ‘When Words Are Enough which came out earlier this year. The band features Ryan Rumchaks from the bands Knuckle Puck and Homesafe ‘on vocals.

The EP is out now via Manic Kat Records. Check out the video below.



Noise Brigade (pop punk) share video for ‘Color In’

Back in April we had an exclusive stream of ‘Color In’ the first single from Portland pop punks Noise Brigade‘s EP ‘Find What You Love And Let It Consume You’. The band have now released a video for the same song.

Since our exclusive, the EP has been released on Manic Kat Records.

Check out the new video below.



DS Exclusive: For The Record (ffo: Streetlight Manifesto, Reel Big Fish) premiere new EP, “The Mess They Call My 20’s”

Here’s a new one for all you happy dancers out there, filled with quirky tunes, and timeless scenarios, replete with an energy not uncommon to the genre (Third Wave) and stuffed to the brim with gooey brass goodness like a crispy cheese stick ready to burst hot lava all over the roof of your totally expecting but super impatient palate. It’s time to shake off those skankin’ boots and hit the dance floor with a little one-two one-two, and if you get knocked down, just skank on up again. That’s just the mess they call “life”.

Here’s a new dish from central Cali ska-punkers, For The Record, all about those coming-of-age years that I like to call “second puberty”. It can be a confusing time for a young rudey, with so many falling victim to the pizza plague third-wave ska resurgence of the 90’s. (Which of course led to the oft-not discussed pepperoni shortage of the early-’00s.) For The Record are a new era sextet of true believer practitioners attempting to keep the sounds fresh going into the 2020’s… and yeah, you’re seeing this clearly. That’s 3x the 20’s.

The Mess They Call My 20’s is due out tomorrow (7/19/19) on Manic Kat Records, but the band wanted to reach out and give all you Dying Scene homies a nod and a shake before then so you can go and tell all your friends about this super-cool, awesome-dope jam that you were in on a day early because you’re a super-cool-awesome spaz-matic uber-music-dweeb. (Like me.) The Mess They Call My 20’s is the band’s second EP in as many years and showcases “a melting pot of expression and enthusiasm developed over eight years and three promising records.” Fondu-bitably… I know, I know. I’m so cheezy.

Stream The Mess They Call My 20’s below.  



DS Exclusive: Noise Brigade stream “Color In” off upcoming EP, “Find What You Love and Let it Consume You”

It’s not every day an Alaskan band comes around… (well, Anchorage exports. They currently reside in Portland.) Yet, today we have Noise Brigade‘s new shizz for streaming straight from the mountains to the sea. Here’s a band who’s been putting out new music pretty steadily these past few years and staying busy on the road. They’ve come a long way since performing at their high school’s battle of the bands around the time of their conception, and even hit a few Warped Tour stages in Alaska before packing up their gear and heading down to the lesser 48.

Since that time they’ve released a few albums, a few singles including a skanky song about sad Christmas with no Turbo Man, and debuted an album on Manic Kat Records in May of last year titled This is Fine. They followed up that release with a busy show schedule making their way up and down the west coast and around the southwestern U.S., playing with some notable acts including The Movielife, SUCH GOLD, and The Flatliners. They’ve also recorded a new five song EP, Find What You Love and Let it Consume You to be released on May 10th on Manic Kat. Pre-orders for that are available here.

I’m pretty pleased to be able to bring you the first single off that EP today. I’m somewhat new to Dying Scene and I don’t know if I’ve been sleeping on these guys or what, but I think they’re dope! The new one is a track called “Color In” written from the outside perspective of watching a friend or loved one involved in an abusive relationship, not knowing how best to be a friend, and the frustrations inherent in that situation for all parties. The struggle is real, and it’s important to know that help is there if you seek it, but also it’s important to be the helping hand when you see a friend who’s down and out, or a stranger for that matter. Go make someone’s day undead scenesters. Here’s some pop punk. Stream “Color In” below.



Right On, Kid (Pop Punk, NM) Stream Single “Tracer” From Forthcoming EP “When Words Are Enough”

Albuquerque pop punkers Right On, Kid are allowing fans to stream a single from their upcoming EP, When Words Are Enough. The tune chosen to showcase the new five-track release is titled “Tracer” and you can check it out here. It features Ryan Rumchaks from the bands Knuckle Puck and Homesafe on vocals.

Handling the release of When Words Are Enough for Right On, Kid will be on Manic Kat Records.

The previous release from the band was the 2017 EP, Forever Missing Out.

 



DS Exclusive: Manic Kat Records stream “A Very Merry Punxmas, Volume 1”

Christmas music is dope. Don’t be a cotton-headed ninny-muggins, and get into the spirit… or spirits. The fat man’s coming and all those corporations we’ve been talking shit about are lining their pockets with our Christmas bonuses… but the bag’s full and the reindeer are high. Shotguns are loaded and the rottweiler is asleep by the fire. That poor bastard Elf on the Shelf just joined the “Me Too” movement. Oh yeah, Christmas is here. It’s time to spike the punch bowl.

Hats off to Manic Kat Records, whose been feeling a little bit cheers-y this holiday season and decided to release their first Christmas compilation showcasing the labels adroit roster. So let go of your holiday glum and get with some punk rock sugar plums, because this comp is kickin’. It releases December 21 here, but Dying Scene knows you’ve all been good little punk rock n’ roll hooligans so we’re gonna’ let you open this one present a day early. Track list is as follows. Maybe you can spot one or two of your favorites. Stream that album below.

1. Noise Brigade – I’m Gonna Deck Your Halls, Bub
2. When Thieves Are About – Happy Christmas (War is Over)
3. For the Record – You Won’t Be Home For Christmas
4. Hard to Hit – Up on the Housetop
5. Cult Classic – (Not So) Silent Night
6. Serious Matters – Christmas Just Isn’t the Same Without You
7. NoraStone – Run, Run, Rudolph



Rival Town release music video for “A New Normal”

Thunder Bay, Ontario pop punk act Rival Town have released a video for their new single “A New Normal,” which as released on October 4th.

The song is a heart-wrenching one that deals with two of the members losing their mother to brain cancer last fall.  You can check it out below.

Rival Town last released the single, “Hide,” in July 2018.



Right On, Kid! premieres video for “Loci”

New Mexico pop-punk band Right On, Kid! have announced the release of a new video for the song “Loci.” The song comes from their newest EP Forever Missing Out put out via Manic Kat Records.

Watch the video below.



When Thieves Are About (Skate Punk, NJ) Stream Album “We’re Literally Almost There”

New Jersey poppy skate punkers When Thieves Are About are allowing fans to stream their latest full-length record. It’s titled We’re Literally Almost There and features ten rapid punk tunes with plenty of melody and some extreme catchiness.

You can listen to We’re Literally Almost There below. Enjoy!



When Thieves Are About (Pop-punk) release video for song “Youth Decay”

New Jersey punks When Thieves Are About have released a video for their song “Youth Decay”. The song comes off the band’s latest release We’re Literally Almost There. The video features a dude in chicken suit taking abuse from various folks before the band who was following his depressing chicken suit experience ditches him for some women. Following? Pretty good stuff.

Check out their tour dates and get a look at a man in a chicken suit below.

Literally Almost There was released on May 4th through Manic Kat Records.



When Thieves Are About (pop punk) stream new album “We’re Literally Almost There”

New Jersey pop punk act When Thieves Are About are streaming their debut full length album We’re Literally Almost There in its entirety.

You can give it a listen here.

We’re Literally Almost There was released on May 4th via Manic Kat Records.



DS Exclusive: Right On, Kid! premieres new EP, “Forever Missing Out”

DyingScene is excited to bring you Right On, Kid!‘s stream of their new EP, “Forever Missing Out!”

The Albuquerque pop-punk quintet delivers a hooky, melodic sound and vocals reminiscent of The Wonder Years.

“Forever Missing Out” will be out on Manic Kat Records tomorrow, May 11th. In the meantime, you can stream the EP below and order it from Right On, Kid!’s website.

ROK’s last release was 2017’s “Safe Haven.”



Manic Kat Records Stream New Sampler “Real Punk, Real Emotion”

New York-based label Manic Kat Records is streaming a brand new sampler.

“Real Punk, Real Emotion” showcases the best of Manic Kat Records’ talented roster, with 12 tracks from some of the the scene’s most promising up-and-comers. These include: Hard to Hit, Rival Town, and The Anchor.

You can listen to the sampler below.