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Interview: David Green (Moonraker) Gives Us a Track by Track Breakdown of The New LP “Lanterns”

Southern California punks Moonraker released their sophomore record Lanterns back in September of this year via Tiny Dragon Music and after having a few months to listen to and digest the album, we wanted to know more about it. So we called up drummer/vocalist David Green and asked all of the questions that were eating away at us! All eleven tracks, dissected and explained by the man himself! If you haven’t heard the album yet, go download it and listen while you read through. If you’re already a fan, listen to it again while you read through, below!

New Music: Moonraker debut “They Called Me Mr. Glass” from upcoming album, “Lanterns”

Happy Thursday, boys and girls! We’ve got a pretty awesome music moment for you today. It’s a brand new track from Southern California’s Moonraker. It’s a track called “They Called Me Mr. Glass,” and here’s what vocalist/drummer David Green has to say about it:

“We’re probably never gonna write a better love song than “I Hope I Don’t Fuck This Up” by Dollar Signs, and we’re probably not gonna write a better tour song than “Van, Forever” by Not Half Bad, but “They Called Me Mr. Glass” is sort of our attempt to do both. It’s a song about missing the person you love while at the same time loving that you’re gone. Also, we threw like five Beyonce references into the first verse, cause Beyonce rules!”

“They Called Me Mr. Glass” appears on Moonraker’s forthcoming album, Lanterns, which is due out tomorrow via Tiny Dragon Records. You can check out their Beyonce-inspired effort below!

Moonraker announce new album “Lanterns,” premiere music video.

Southern California’s Moonraker have announced their sophomore record Lanterns which will be released September 14 via Tiny Dragon Music. Digital and vinyl pre-orders are available here.

To coincide with this announcement they have released the video for the first single “To the Gills”.

Check out the video below.

Anti-Vision (punk) streaming new single “Skitzo” off upcoming self titled album

Vegas punks Anti-Vision are streaming the new single “Skitzo” off of their upcoming self titled release.

You can check out the new song below.

This is the first new music from Anti-Vision since 2016’s No Place Like Home. If you enjoy Leftover Crack you’ll want to give these guys a listen.

Adam France (Burn Burn Burn) and Well Okay release split “Nothing Mattress”

Adam France of Seattle’s Burn Burn Burn, Well Okay, and Zombiecock has released a split via Tiny Dragon Music and OldGrowth Productions.

The four track release is pretty hot, gravelly acoustic goodness. You can check it out in the stream below, then be sure to head over to bandcamp to throw money at these fine gentlemen.

FCON (Washington Punk) stream new self-titled album

Washington punk act FCON are streaming their new self-titled album in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

FCON was released on August 10th, 2017 via Tiny Dragon Music.

Burn Burn Burn stream split, release music video for new track “Amber”

Seattle punks Burn Burn Burn have announced they will be releasing a split physically titled “NW Punk…Whatever.” The split is with Kids On Fire, Rat City Ruckus and Ten Pole Drunk on January 20, 2017, and will be released via Tiny Dragon Music. The split is already available to stream on Tiny Dragon Music’s Bandcamp page, you can listen below.

In addition the band has premiered a music video for their track “Amber” from the split. You can find the video below as well.