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Bothers (Punk, OR) Announce Debut, Self-Titled Album, Stream Tracks

Portland-based garage punks Bothers have a record in the works. It will go by the band’s own name and helping them with the release will be Dirt Cult Records.

To get you lot in the mood for the band’s debut material, Bothers are allowing fans to stream a few tracks from the forthcoming record prior to its release. You can check out “Brain Matter”, “Dumb Skull”, and “Shut In” below.

Kira Jari (Garage Punk, TX) stream new song “Silver Heart Master”

Texas garage punk act Kira Jari are streaming a new song, “Silver Heart Master,” which comes from their upcoming EP, Spooky Freaky, that is set to be released on June 28th via Dirt Cult Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Kira Jari last released their self-titled album in February 2017.

Corner boys (punk) streaming new EP “Love Tourist”

Canadian West Coat punks Corner Boys are streaming their new EP Love Tourist. Out August 3rd on Dirt Cult Records, this EP features a very early 90’s/classic punk feel.

Check out Love Tourist below.

This is the follow-up to their 2017 début album Just Don’t Care. If you’re a fan of The Vandals or Guttermouth you will likely enjoy the throwback pop-punk sound. 

Hard Feelings (punk) streaming new album “Sideways”

Duluth punks Hard Feelings are streaming their latest album Sideways. Released June 22nd through Dirt Cult Records this release features a lot of great guitar riffs and some very catchy tunes, “Vision” being probably my favorite track on a great album top to bottom.

Give the album a listen below.

This is the first new release for the fellas from Hard Feelings since Swell which was released five years ago. If you’re a fan of the Swingin’ Utter$ these guys remind me of early Utters releases.

Future Girls (punk) streaming new album “Motivation Problems”

Nova Scotia punks Future Girls are streaming their new album Motivation Problems. Self described “bummer punk” these guys have a great old school sound to them.

Give them a listen below.

This is the début album for the East Coast natives and is being released through Dirt Cult Records. If you’re a fan of Zexx you’ll probably get a kick out of these guys.

Gloom Sleeper (post-punk) stream new album “Luminous Galaxies”

German post-punk act Gloom Sleeper are streaming their new album, Luminous Galaxies, in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

Luminous Galaxies was released on April 20th, 2018 via Dirt Cult Records.

Chain Whip (hardcore) streaming new Self Titled album

West Coast hardcore punks Chain Whip are streaming their new maple flavored Self Titled album. Set to be released July 15 via Dirt Cult Records. This album is chock full of hard, fast punk.

Check out the new album below.

This is the first new music from Chain Whip since the release of Christmas Demo, released back in December. If you’re a fan of Subhumans you’ll likely enjoy these guys.

Pandemix (punk rock) stream new single “Rank & File / Second Opinion”

Pandemix formed in 2016 with the intention of being a peace punk band. While the end result was something harder to pin to a specific sub-genre, the musical and visual aesthetic of the band references foundational punk bands while speaking to something more contemporary and vital. The music sounds paranoid while the lyrics explore the anxieties and vulnerabilities of living in modern society.

This 7”, put out through Dirt Cult Records, includes songs recorded at the same session as the band’s “Scale Models of Atrocities” 12” released last year on Boss Tunage Record. Set-list mainstay “Rank & File” finally makes an appearance, taking white silence and complicity in racialized police violence to task while offering some of ‘Demix’s darkest, catchiest songwriting yet. “Second Opinion” takes the listener to many different musical vistas, all anchored by an indelible, intense chorus and a pervading sense of paranoia. This single can function as a stunning companion piece to the 12″, or a perfect entry-point for the uninitiated.

Give both tracks a listen below.

Marriage Material (punk) streaming new album “Making The Worry Worth It, Part 1”

L.A. based punk rock trio Marriage Material are streaming their new album “Making The Worry Worth It, Part 1”. Have to say this is a pretty awesome record.

Go ahead and check it out below.

This is the second release for Marriage Material, the first being “Demo” released March, 2017. If you enjoy The Dwarves or Fu Manchu you’ll likely get a kick out of these guys.

Chiller (Garage Punk) stream debut self-titled album

Canadian dark garage punk act Chiller (featuring members of Black Tower, Feral Trash, and Mother’s Children) are streaming their debut self-titled album in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

Chiller is set to be released on February 2nd via Dirt Cult Records.

Needles//Pins (punk, Canada) release new record, “Goodnight, Tomorrow”, and video for “Miracle”

Vancouver punks Needles//Pins have released their latest LP Goodnight, Tomorrow and a video for its debut single “Miracle”. The album is the first full release from the band since their 2014 effort Shamebirds LP and features twelve brand new tracks.

You can enjoy both the video and LP in their entirety below.

Piss Test stream new album “LPII”

Portland garage punks Piss Test are now streaming their new album, “LPII” which will be out on May 5th via Dirtcult Records.

Most recently released by the trio was the “PT ST EP 3” via Jonnycat Records on May 17, 2016.

Stream the album below, and click here to preorder yourself a copy.

Piss Test (Portland Garage Punk) stream new song “Talkin’ Shit”

Portland Garage Punk act Piss Test are streaming their new song ‘Talkin’ Shit,” which you can listen to here.

‘Talkin’ Shit” comes from the bands’ upcoming album, LP2, which is set to be released on May 5th via Dirt Cult Records.

Music Video: Big Dick – “Give Up”

Big Dick have premiered a music video for their song “Give Up”. You can watch the video below.

“Give Up” is taken from Big Dick’s latest album Disappointment, which was released last February, and you can stream it on the band’s Bandcamp page.

Autonomy streaming split with No Sir, I Won’t

Illinois anarcho-punk act Autonomy are streaming their split with No Sir, I Won’t in its entirety.

You can check it out below.

The split was released through Dead Broke Rekerds/Dirt Cult Records.