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Majority Lost (Punk, CA) Stream Video for “Little Man”

California-based Majority Lost are streaming a video for their track “Little Man”. The tune has been taken from the band’s first release in seven years, We Needed This More Than You Wanted This. As with the other tracks on the record, “Little Man” is performed acoustically – a change from the rapid, electrified tracks the band produced earlier in their career.

You can check out the video for “Little Man” below.



My Life In Black And White (folk punk) selling pre-orders to support upcoming album “Columbia”

Oregon folk-punk act, My Life In Black And White are currently selling pre-orders of their upcoming fourth album “Columbia,” in order to support production costs. The group has made a video explaining what they’re up to and why. Watch that below, and help them out by pre-ordering the record here.

“Columbia” is set for release July 1st in the digital format and July 22nd as a CD.



My Life In Black And White return from hiatus, post demo of new song “Working Man”

Oregon folk-punk act, My Life In Black And White, have returned from hiatus and  posted the demo version of a new song entitled, “Working Man.” They will be shooting a music video for the song on April 4th at Katie O’Brien’s at 9pm sharp.

You can check out the demo below.

The song will appear on their upcoming album, which is due out this summer. The band has released 3 full-length albums,“Hold The Line” in September of 2009, “Bottles, Our Breakdowns” in 2007 and “Cloudy Skies” in 2006.



Get Dead streaming new acoustic album “Tall Cans & Loose End”

San Francisco punk act, Get Dead, are streaming their new acoustic album, “Tall Cans & Loose End,” in its entirety.

You can stream it right here.

The album was released earlier this year. The band released their latest self-titled EP in 2010.



Music Video: Major League – “Some Kids Just Can’t Hang”

Pop punkers Major League recently got into an accident while touring in Tennessee, and are selling the single “Some Kids Just Can’t Hang,” which was a bonus track on the Japan release of their album “Mixtapes,” to help cover the cost of a new one. It’s pay-what-you-want, with the minimum price set at $1, so if you’re feeling charitable, head over to their Band Camp page to pick it up.

Check out the music video for the song here.

The band is scheduled to play some shows in Canada with Living With Lions and Such Gold this coming July.



Get Dead to release new acoustic album “Tall Cans & Loose Ends,” post new music video

San Francisco punk act, Get Dead, have posted the music video for their new song “This One’s For Johnny.”

You can watch it here.

The song will appear on their upcoming acoustic album, “Tall Cans & Loose Ends.” The album is due out sometime this Summer. The band released their latest self-titled EP in 2010.



Rafael Vigilantics streams new EP “The Lonely Life Of A Single Song”

Hip-hop is typically not my thing, but 2 summers ago I made an exception for Rafael Vigilantics.  It was at a punk rock house show in Portland, Oregon for a Horns Up Records showcase where 5 minutes after my arrival the band playing in the basement managed to blow out the power for what seemed like the entire block.  While the organizers ran around collecting money for a gas powered generator Vigilantics and another dude with an acoustic guitar entertained punk rockers and pit bulls alike from the stoop of the dilapidated house.  It was awesome.  And most definitely “punk rock” enough to earn him a home on Dying Scene.

But I digress.  The point of this post is to let you know that punk rock/hip-hop artist, Rafael Vigilantics, is streaming and offering a pay-what-you-want download of his latest 5 song EP, “The Lonely Life Of A Single Song.”  You can stream/download it here.



New Music: “Nightmare Daydream” & “System Explosive” by UnFallen Heroes

Oregon’s punkers UnFallen Heroes are here to give you not one, but two songs for your listening pleasures. They have released the songs “Nightmare Daydream” and “System Explosive” for an untitled release on Horns Up Records. Head on over to UnFallen Heroes MySpace page to hear the new songs.



Rafael Vigilantics releasing new album “Orgasm Of A Ghost”, streaming new track

Punky hip-hop artist, Rafael Vigilantics, is streaming a new song on his MySpace page.  It’s titled “Vigilantics” and it will apparently be the intro track on a new album titled “Orgasm Of A Ghost.”  No other info has been released regarding the coming album but we’ll keep you posted.

Vigilantic’s debut LP, Bury Me Standing, came out last May on Horns Up Records.



Majority Lost recording new album, adds new members

Next week Simi Valley punk band Majority Lost are heading into the studio to record their second full-length album. It will be a follow up to Falls Off The Bandwagon ep which was released last June on Horns Up Records.

The band also welcomes new guitarists Curtiss Lopez (formerly of A Wilhelm Scream) and Jan Drees.  Shaun Michel is no longer in the band. No word on the album release date but we will keep you updated. They are planning a European tour with The Briggs in September.

You can hear the song Tomorrow, which will appear on the album on their Facebook Profile.



New Songs: No Red Flags streaming new songs on MySpace

Portland based punk band No Red Flags is streaming new songs on their MySpace.  To check out the three new songs, click here.

The band is currently signed with Horns Up Records.  Check back for updates on the band’s upcoming EP.



Full E.P. Stream: No Red Flags: – “Hand to Mouth”

Portland punk act No Red Flags are streaming their newest EP Hand in Mouth in it’s entirety on their MySpace page.  Go over to their page and have a listen.

No word on when the EP is set to drop but we’ll keep you updated.



New Song: Rafael Vigilantics – “Quarrel”

Punky hip-hop artist, Rafael Vigilantics, is streaming a new song on his MySpace page.  It’s titled Quarrel and I’m not sure if it’s going to appear on a new album but we’ll keep you posted.

Vigilantic’s latest LP, Bury Me Standing, came out last May on Horns Up Records.



Free download: Rafael Vigilantics’ acoustic versions of songs “Roll The Dice” and “Shot You Down”

Portland hip-hop punker, Rafael Vigilantics, has recorded a couple of acoustic tunes and offered them as a free download.  Hit up his site at SoundCloud to download Roll The Dice along with Shot You Down.

RV’s latest LP, Bury Me Standing, came out last May on Horns Up Records.



Live videos of Flexx Bronco at Three Parkside in San Francisco (and just for fun, their video for “Pop” again)

San Fran act Flexx Bronco recorded a series of their songs from a show in their hometown.  Captured at Three Parkside, the show marked the band’s annual No Shave Kick Off Party.  Watch A Lesson In Love, Dollhouse, and Black Limo here.  And for those of you who enjoy scantily clad brunettes sporting see-through lingere (really, who doesn’t?), check out their video for Pop (at the bottom of the full story).

Flexx Bronco’s newest LP, Vol. 2, is due for release next month on Horns Up Records and is a follow-up to 2005’s Vol. 1.  They also have a handful of West Coast tour dates over the next couple of months.  Hit up our Shows

page for the schedule.