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Sloppy Seconds (punk) announce first West Coast US tour since 1999

Indianapolis punk band Sloppy Seconds have announced a West Coast tour of the US in September. The tour, which begins in Las Vegas, NV on September 16th and ends on September 24th in Fullerton, CA, will be the bands first trip back to the area since 1999 – almost 20 years over due!

You can check out a full list of dates and locations below.

Sloppy Seconds last released “Endless Bummer” in 2008 on Kid Tested Records



The Piniellas streaming debut album “Struck Out Looking”

Seattle pop punk act The Piniellas are streaming their debut full length, “Struck Out Looking” in its entirety on their ReverbNation profile page.

You can give it a listen here.

“Struck Out Looking” was released on June 22, 2015 through Kid Tested Records.



Full Album Stream: Jetty Boys – “Let ‘Er Rip!”

Wisconsin pop-punk act Jetty Boys are streaming their new album “Let ‘Er Rip!” in its entirety.

You can check it out right here.

“Let ‘Er Rip!” was released on August 7th through Kid Tested Records.



Sloppy Seconds announce US tour dates

Indianapolis punk outfit Sloppy Seconds have posted some (long-awaited) US tour dates on their MySpace page. You can check out the tour dates here.

While most of the dates are set, July 25th’s Atlanta show is still up in the air. The band clarify any confusion by stating: “TELL THOSE FUCKERS AT THE MASQUE AND THE DRUNKEN UNICORN THAT YOU WANT SLOPPY SECONDS ON JULY 25!” So there you go, Atlanta.

Sloppy Seconds last released “Endless Bummer” in 2008 on Kid Tested Records.



Free Album Download: One Short Fall – “Nothing Left To Say”

New Jersey punks One Short Fall are offering a free download of their entire album “Nothing Left To Say” via their bandcamp page.

“Nothing Left To Say” was released in 2008 on Kid Tested Records.



New Music: One Short Fall – “Rock And Roll Riot”

New Jersey punks One Short Fall have added the song “Rock And Roll Riot” to their MySpace Page.

The song appears on the album by the same name, released September 23rd on Rat House Records.



Music Video: One Short Fall – “One Way Trip (To Hell)”

one-short-fall-nothing-left-to-sayYou can check out the music video for One Short Fall‘s song One Way Trip (To Hell) right here.

The track appears on the band’s most recent album Nothing Left To Say, which was released by Kid Tested in 2008.



Sloppy Seconds re-releasing “Destroyed” with 10 unreleased bonus tracks

kidtestedrecordsSloppy Seconds are re-releasing their 1989 classic album Destroyed on Kid Tested Records.  The album has been remastered and the re-release includes 10 previously unreleased bonus tracks.  You can pick it up here.

Slppy Seconds last studio album, Endless Bummer, was released in 2008 on Kid Tested.



One Short Fall recording new material

oneshortfallOne Short Fall is a punk band from Parsippany, New Jersey.  That’s where these dudes are from – Parsippany.  Not really relevant to the story; I just like saying “Parsippany”.  What is relevant is that the band is currently recording four brand spanking new songs.  Three will appear on a 7″ split with The Guts and the fourth is a cover song for The Parasites tribute compilation.  I don’t know when either album is coming out but that’s because I’m too lazy to research it.  What?  I have a full-time job!  Why don’t one of you lazy asses figure it out and tell me when they’re being released?

One Short Fall did a video shoot at the end of December for their song One Way Trip (To Hell), the first track from their debut full length Nothing Left To Say, and are hoping to have it released by the end of the month.