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Stream new song “YBF” by Screaming At Traffic (punk)

Straight out of Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada, Screaming at Traffic are streaming their new single, “TBF” in advance of the release of I Don’t Like Sports, due June 7th via Little Rocket Records.

The emo-punk energy of this catchy song will have you singing along in anticipation of the full album, and you can listen to it below.

New Video: Custody – “Tuesdays” from upcoming Little Rocket Records split with The Phoenix Foundation

Pretty cool new video for your viewing enjoyment today, boys and girls.

It comes to us from none-other than Finnish punk rockers Custody. The track is called “Tuesdays,” and according to the band, it’s about their habit of getting together on Tuesdays to carve out new music. It’s Custody’s half of a new split single with fellow Finnish punkers The Phoenix Foundation. The new release is due out today (March 14th) on Little Rocket Records; head here to get one of your very own, and in the meantime, check out the video for “Tuesday” below!

Airstream Futures (punk) and Mean Caesar (gruff punk) announce UK tour

Airstream Futures from (Chicago, US) and Mean Caesar (London, UK) are embarking on a UK tour together later this month.

Both on Little Rocket Records, Mean Caesar released their debut EP back in October and Airstream Futures released a single in July.

Check out the the tour dates and a video for ‘If I’ (produced by Derek Grant of Alkaline Trio) by Airstream Futures below.

Dave Smalley & The Bandoleros (punk) streaming single off upcoming album

Always busy punk rock legend Dave Smalley (Dag Nasty, DYS, ALL, Down By Law) is back at it with Dave Smalley & The Bandoleros. The band is set to release their début album November 26th through Little Rocket Records

Check out the new track as well as the lead single “Red Alert” below.

Join the Outsiders is the début album for Dave Smalley & The Bandoleros. When asked about the upcoming release the band had this to say: “Punk rock and hardcore have always been a family. Together the bands, fans, fanzines, record labels, studios, radio shows, clubs and festivals created this whole world and it’s an amazing ecosystem, but we are always going to be “the outsiders” compared to the mainstream. This song is just a reminder that you are not alone. When things get tough, depend on your friends and the music.” So hurry up and check out the new song! 

Mean Caesar (Punk Rock, London, UK) to release debut EP

London based punk rock band Mean Caesar, formed this year and consisting of current and ex-members of Great Cynics, The Murderburgers and others, are to release their debut EP via Little Rocket Records. The self-titled, six song affair is out on October 5th.

Ahead of it, you can have a watch of the video for single, “South London Summer”. Have a watch below.

Tight Night (punk, Chicago) stream debut album “Volume”

Chicago punk act Tight Night are streaming their new album, Volume.

You can give it a listen below.

Volume was released on August 24th, 2018 via Little Rocket Records.

New Music: Frankie Stubbs (Leatherface) – “Don’t You Ever Say Goodbye (acoustic)”

Frankie Stubbs, longtime vocalist and guitarist for the legendary – and now defunct – UK punk band Leatherface, has played a handful of acoustic gigs in the years since his main band called it quits in 2012. During a recent such show in Germany, Stubbs dedicated the Leatherface classic “Never Say Goodbye” (from their final full-length, 2010’s The Stormy Petrel) to his former band’s bass player, Dickie Hammond, who passed away in November 2015. As you might expect, the crowd joined Stubbs on vocals, for what seems to have been a pretty emotional moment (great quality video is available here).

If you weren’t aware, Stubbs is slated to make another one of his rare solo, acoustic appearances at Pouzza Fest 8 in Montreal this weekend. He’s been rehearsing in the Little Rocket Records studio in the UK, where he was recorded by fellow Leatherface bandmate (and Pouzza co-curator) Graeme Philliskirk. Little Rocket and Stubbs have teamed up to release an acoustic studio version of the above-named classic, and you can check it out here for the very first time. Stream it below!

Leatherface’s last release was their 2011 live album, Viva La Arthouse.

EDITOR’S NOTE: An earlier version of this story referred to the late Dickie Hammond as Leatherface’s bass player. He, of course, played guitar; Philliskirk played bass.

Mixtape Saints (Folk Punk, UK) announce upcoming album “Heartbreak, Radio, Cars and Rain”

Mixtape Saints, the folk punk solo project turned full band based in Birmingham UK, have signed up to Disconnect, Disconnect Records to announce the release of upcoming album “Heartbreak, Radio, Cars and Rain”.  The album will be out on August 18th.

The band are also to release a split with Wolves & Wolves & Wolves & Wolves – as detailed by DS earlier this month.

Little Rocket Records streams free compilation “Walking In A Rocket Wonderland”

Little Rocket Records have a released a free/PWYW compilation. The early Christmas present from the label features the likes of Anti-Flag, Daria, Powernap and many, many more.

“Walking In A Rocket Wonderland” contains several exclusive tracks and can be enjoyed over at Punktastic.

Awkward Age (pop punk) streaming track – “New Teen Fiction”

Tampa pop-punk band Awkward Age are now streaming another “new” song, titled “New Teen Fiction.” Give it a listen below.

The song is off the band’s upcoming release, The First Few Years, which features six songs from the band’s unreleased 2011 demos, as well as the four songs from the band’s self-titled 7″, which is now out of print. The release is due out October 24th via Little Rocket Records. You can pre-order a cassette or digital copy right here.

Awkward Age’s previous release was their debut full-length album, We Could Be Anywhere,  in 2014.

BarCreeps drop new single, release tour dates and unveil plans for a video

The incredibly enigmatic, London based, supposed supergroup BarCreeps have released their new single “Calico” via Little Rocket Records. After previously streaming the song on the Little Rocket Bandcamp page, the actual release comes with a .pdf booklet and features the B-side “Troll”, which was released earlier this year on a Little Rocket Records compilation.

The mystery band will undoubtedly be unveiling themselves, as tonight marks the first show of a small, four date stretch in the UK that the band has dubbed “Calico Tour 2016”. Check out the tour poster below for dates.

On top of everything, The band has also mentioned the release of a music video for “Calico”, though there was no mention of any particular release date, or any other details for that matter. Classic Barcreeps.

Listen to “Calico” and check out tour dates below.

Old Wives release music video – “The Grown Up / The Fuck Up”

Fresh off their recent signing to Little Rocket Records, Canadian pop punks Old Wives have released a brand new music video for and old song, “The Grown Up / The Fuck Up.” You can watch said video below.

The track is off Here We Go Again, the band’s split EP with The Blendours, which came out in 2013 on Eccentric Pop Records.

Little Rocket Records will be releasing Old Wives’ back catalog this year, along with a brand new album in 2017.

BarCreeps streaming new single “Calico”

BarCreeps is a new punk band from London that is reportedly a super group. The only thing is, no one knows who’s in the band. Promo material only shows the lovely faces you see to the left, and live shots on their Facebook are all obscured and blurry. Someone might be able to figure out some of the members from those photos though. Who’s up for a little sleuthing?

We do know the band members have played with or alongside Fugazi, Amy Winehouse, The Pipettes, a Ramones tribute act, The Young Playthings, The Beastie Boys and have even had a song covered by Mark Ronson.

The band is currently streaming a new single “Calico”, which is set to be released on September 30th. You can give it a listen here.

If you’re a fan you can buy the track for whatever price you’d like through the Little Rocket Recordsbandcamp, along with the band’s previously released B-side “Troll”.

Mixtape Saints (folk) stream new EP “Bright Lights/Burned Out”

UK based punk rock/folk outfit Mixtape Saints have launched the full stream to their EP Bright Lights Burned Out and you can give it a listen here.

The EP is available for pre-order via Little Rocket Records (who shall be releasing the record on 16 September 2016).

Mixtape Saints shall be embarking on a full UK Tour with Wolves&Wolves&Wolves&Wolves and LRR label mates The Run Up this September. The tour stops off in Bristol (18 September 2016), London (19), Leamington Spa (21) and Brighton (22).

Awkward Age sign with Little Rocket Records, announce ‘The First Few Years’ cassette release

Armed with a new, expanded lineup, Tampa pop-punk group Awkward Age just announced they’ve signed on with Little Rocket Records for the release of a new cassette/digital EP, called The First Few Years.

The 10-track release will feature six old, but unreleased songs, along with the four songs from the band’s self-titled 7″, which is now out of print. You can pre-order a cassette or digital copy of The First Few Years right here, and watch a teaser video for the release below.

Awkward Age last released their debut full-length album, We Could Be Anywhere,  in 2014.