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Glocca Morra release final songs “Wussy Pillow” and “Secret Drinker”

Philadelphia’s indie-punk act Glocca Morra, who announced their break-up last November, have just released their final songs “Wussy Pillow” and “Secret Drinker.” You can check out the songs below and snag them for a free/name your price download.

The final songs will also be available in 7″ form, which can be pre-ordered here. Glocca Morra last released “An Obscure Moon Lighting An Obscure World,” in October 2012. The band will be playing one last show on May 30th in Philadelphia at the First Unitarian Church.



Glocca Morra have split up (2008 – 2014)

Sad news from the Glocca Morra camp. Seems the Philly-based indie-punk four-piece is no longer.

Here’s the hot-off-the-presses statement from the band, via their Facebook page:

hello everyone and happy holidays. it’s a stressful time for all of us, as a country and as humans. in light of America’s most recent case of our failing justice system I feel that now would be as good a time as any to tell you that we are ending glocca morra. 

my first draft of this post became too autobiographical and contrived. I wanted to talk about our history but it started to become a history lesson that even I got bored of writing. 

this band was very important to me and definitely dictated my formative years. we haven’t really done anything in the past two years save for two short tours with Owls and Joyce Manor. we just kind of stopped. but I don’t want to burn out quietly or remain a band that plays a local show once or twice a year. 

so we’re going to do one final tour in april. I’m not sure when or where yet but this will give us enough time to get our shit together and press some records, etc. 

this is not an angry ending. it’s an amicable departure. we all remain friends and are all still extremely active in our contributions to art. do some research and you will eventually find all of our related projects. 

so thanks everyone. much love to all who have supported us, booked us, put our records out, housed us, etc. 

see ya soon,

zack.

Rest in peace, Glocca Morra. You’ll be missed.



New Video: Old Gray – “Clip Your Own Wings”

Granite State post-hardcore/screamo act Old Gray have released a new music video for the track “Clip Your Own Wings.” Do yourselves a favor and check it out below.

“Clip Your Own Wings” appears on Old Gray‘s recent split with Minnesota emo act Tiny Moving Parts, which was released by Kind Of Like Records on May 20th.



Old Gray & Tiny Moving Parts stream new split 7-inch

Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts and New Hampshire’s Old Gray are streaming their new split in its entirety and you can feast your ears upon it below.

The 7-inch was released yesterday (May 20th) through Kind Of Like Records. Head over here if you’d like to pick up a copy (3 out of 5 colors have sold out so get on it quickly).



Music Video: Glocca Morra – “See Through Person”

Philadelphia’s indie-punk act Glocca Morra have released a music video for their song “See Through Person” and you can scope it out right here.

The song appears on the band’s latest EP An Obscure Moon Lighting An Obscure World, released in October via Kind Of Like Records.



Glocca Morra and Luther announce US spring tour

Philadelphia’s indie-punk acts Glocca Morra and Luther will be hitting the road together on a US tour that spans the later half of April. You can check out the dates right here.

Both bands released new material in October 2012: Luther released their debut album, Let’s Get You Somewhere Else, on Chunksaah Records, and Glocca Morra’s  An Obscure Moon Lighting An Obscure World came out via Kind Of Like Records.



Music Video: Great Cynics – “Back to Hackney”

Great Cynics have premiered a music video for their song “Back to Hackney”. You can check it out right here.

“Back to Hackney” is taken from the band’s upcoming second album Like I Belong, which is supposed to be out next month.



Mike Kennerty (All-American Rejects) producing upcoming Direct Hit! album “Brainless God”

Bratwurst aficionados/Wisconsin power punk band Direct Hit! began recording their new album “Brainless God” in February, and it has now been revealed that the record is being produced by All-American Rejects guitarist Mike Kennerty. Check out a wonderfully awkward interview with Kennerty here.

The band is aiming for a summer release date for “Brainless God.” They last released a split with The Haverchucks in 2012 via Kind Of Like Records and Bright And Barrow Records. Check out a DS review for that release here.



Adult Braces (ex-Spraynard) announces split with Crybaby

Brooklyn-based punk label Kind Of Like Records have detailed their newest split, featuring the Pat Graham (Spraynard) solo project Adult Braces and Pennsylvania punk band Crybaby.

Spraynard broke up last year and released their final EP “Exton Square” in April 2012 through Asian Man Records. This will be the first official release by both Adult Braces and Crybaby.



Direct Hit! announce new album “Brainless God”, due out this summer

Bratwurst aficionados/Wisconsin power punk band Direct Hit! began recording their new album this week, revealed to be titled “Brainless God.” The band is aiming for a summer 2013 release.

The band had this to say regarding the album, set to be their second full-length release:

“We have a new full-length record coming out in a few months. It’s pretty much going to revolutionize music, as Tom DeLonge would say. Except ours is actually going to revolutionize music, and not be Angels & Airwaves. We had an acoustic version of one of the songs posted on our Bandcamp about a year ago. You can probably find it on the internet somewhere if you want a sneak peek.

Pay attention to this page if you wanna see what we’re working on. Lots of cool/dumb bullshit gonna be happening. Get pumped.”

Direct Hit! last released a split with The Haverchucks in 2012 via Kind Of Like Records and Bright And Barrow Records. Check out a DS review for that release here.



Greys (noise-rock/hardcore) release “Drift” EP for free download

Greys, a Toronto noise-rock band, have just released their new EP, “Drift”.  It was released on Kind of Like Records, and will be available for free download for the next week on their bandcamp page.

You can listen to the album here.



Music Video: Direct Hit! – “Satan Says”

Direct Hit! has just released a music video for their song “Satan Says”. The song appears on the band’s debut album, Domesplitter.

You can watch “Satan Says” right here.

Direct Hit! released Domesplitter in 2011 on Kind of Like Records. They plan on releasing their sophomore album, tentatively titled Brainless God, later this year.



Great Cynics release new song “In My Head” from upcoming LP

UK folk/punk band Great Cynics  have just released the first single from their upcoming album, Like I Belong. The song is titled “In My Head” and you can listen to it right here.

Like I Belong is expected to drop sometime in Spring 2013. 



Greys signs to Kind Of Like Records; new EP “Drift” expected in February

Toronto, Ontario based progressive rock band Greys has just announced that they have officially joined the Kind Of Like Records family.

The signing will come with a new EP, “Drift”, which is set to be released through Kind Of Like Records on February 12, 2013.

Greys’ most recent work is their 2012 EP, “Easy Listening”, which was released as a free download through the band’s Bandcamp page.



Free Download: Kind of Like A Comp II

Kind of Like Records have just released a brand new compilation to celebrate this weekend’s Fest 11. Titled “Kind of Like a Comp II”, the comp features several heavyweights of the pop punk variety, as well as several Kind of Like Records artists. Download the comp here.