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Weatherstate (Bristol, UK Pop Punk) release new single complete with Basket Case homage music video

Bristol UK pop punks Weatherstate have released their latest single “Medicate” The video for the track plays homage to the classic Green Day video for “Basket Case”, and has earned a thumbs up from Mike Dirnt himself already.

The single follows up from ‘Sympathy’, ‘Brain Dead’ and ‘Rotten Lungs’, all taken from the band’s debut album “Born A Cynic”, which is release via Failure By Design in the UK and Wiretap Records in the US on 10 May. The band play Bournemouth (2nd May) at The Anvil, London (10th May) at Sebright Arms and Bristol’s Booze Cruise (24th may) to support the release.

Check out the video using the player below.

Survay Says! (ska/pop punk) offering download new EP “Things I Need To Say”

New Jersey ska/ pop-punkers Survay Says! are offering a free download of their new EP entitled “Things I Need To Say.” You can grab it over below.

The band last released “Where We Exist”  last summer via Third Time Lucky Rekords. You can grab that one for free as well over on Bandcamp.

W!nslow offer free download of new EP “Peace Out”

Montreal melodic-punk act W!nslow have posted their final release, the Peace Out EP, for free download on their Bandcamp page.

Check it out here.

W!nslow last released Get Nice via Third Time Lucky Reckords last March.

Music video: W!nslow – “The Cats Meow”

Montreal melodic-punk act W!nslow have posted a video for their song “The Cats Meow” from their album “Get Nice.” Click here to check it out.

The album was released last March through Third Time Lucky Rekords.

Free Album Download: Winslow (melodic punk) – “Get Nice”

Montreal melodic-punk act W!nslow have posted their album “Get Nice” up for free download on their bandcamp page.

The album was released last March through Third Time Lucky Rekords, and the band have some upcoming shows this week including a stop at Pouzza Fest.

Check out the dates and the download here.

Kids Insane announce European tour dates

Tel Aviv hardcore punk act Kids Insane have posted their new European tour dates with Dry Heaves from Sheffield, UK.

You can check out the dates right here.

Kids Insane’s debut album “All Over” was released on August 1st by Third Time Lucky Records. You can listen to it and order it on their bandcamp page.

Kids Insane post making of “Same Shit, Different Scene” video

Hardcore punk Act Kids Insane from Tel Aviv posted a short video showing the making of the their video “Same Shit, Different Scene”, a Stop Motion Clip by Work Hard Be Nice.

Check it out along with the full video here.

The song appears on the band’s upcoming album “All Over” out on Third Time Lucky Rekords August 1st.

Music Video: Kids Insane – “Same Shit, Different Scene”

Israeli hardcore/punk act Kids Insane have released a cut out animation video for their song “Same Shit, Different Scene” and you can check it out here.

The song will appear on their upcoming album “All Over” which is due out august 1st through Third Time Lucky Records.

Kids Insane (hardcore-punk) join Third Time Lucky Rekords, streaming debut album “All Over”

Formed in Tel Aviv, Israel, it was almost natural for the members of Kids Insane to find punk rock. The group draws on the events that surround them in the news and their personal lives to create their blend of hardcore infused punk rock.

The band’s upcoming debut release, “All Over,” officially due out in August through Third Time Lucky Rekords is streaming in full right here (pre-orders available).

Deep Woods stream debut EP “Betray”

Deep Woods is a new punk band from Maine and they have just released their debut EP, “Betray,” on Third Time Lucky Rekords.

You can stream that bad boy right here.

Survay Says! offering download of single off upcoming album

New Jersey ska/ pop-punkers Survay Says! are offering a free download of a brand new single “Dear JCP&L I’m tired of This Nonsense” off their upcoming album Where We Exist due out  July 20th via Third Time Lucky Rekords. You can download the track here.

The group’s latest release was an EP S My D! (Sign My Demo!) released in July 2011.

Third Time Lucky Rekords and Neck Deep Media release “Get It While It’s Hot” compilation

Third Time Lucky Rekords and Neck Deep Media have just announced the “Get It While It’s Hot” compilation featuring various “unsung heroes” such as Noise Brigade, No Tide, Forrest, and much more.

You can download the entire compilation at the Third Time Lucky Rekords webstore here.

Recent Third Time Lucky Rekords signee Deep Woods stream new song

Deep Woods are streaming the fourth track from an up coming EP for Third Time Lucky Rekords. Check out the tune here!

Steiner Street premiere music video for “Fish in a Barrel”

Pop punkers Steiner Street have premiered a music video for their tune “Fish in a Barrel” from their debut album “Time & Temperature.” Check out the video here!

“Time & Temperature” was released April 21st through Third Time Lucky Records.

Album Review: Steiner Street: “Time & Temperature”

Some of you may be wondering where Steiner Street is located. Like me, you’ve been a resident of Pop Punksville for a couple of years now and you think you’ve got a pretty good grasp on every square inch of the area. You know that by walking too far down Fall Out Boy Lane will take you to the fashion district, and you also know that by keeping it positive you’ll wind up walking down Wonder Years Road. You know that the Boulevard of Broken Dreams holds a high nostalgia factor, but it should be avoided these days because it intersects with the fashion district no matter how much fanboys will deny it. You’ve spent countless summer nights at the Joe Queer Beach or Leftovers Dance Hall, and during that cold and depressing winter break two years ago, you lived at your part time job in the Schwarzenbach Art Building.

Enough reminiscing- are you still wondering about Steiner Street? Go over to the Saves the Day Center and head left until you reach Title Fight Avenue. Head West two more blocks from there until you’ve reached the Man Overboard Underpass, and you’ll find yourself at Steiner Street. It’s kind of a niche area, and maybe not all of your friends would enjoy hanging out there, but as long as you’re enjoying yourself that’s all that matters.

Imagery and allusions aside, Steiner Street is a melodic pop punk band from Portland, Maine. Their debut full length, “Time & Temperature,” is a fun pop punk album that pays homage to classic acts such as Lifetime and Daggermouth while also sounding vaguely similar to more contemporary artists. It’s almost as if Title Fight and Man Overboard had a kid (More imagery, sorry).

Time & Temperature sets the mood with I Should Have Never Had a Birthday, starting off slowly before transforming into an upbeat number about heading forward into the future without regret, filled with quick rhythm, fast guitars, and even gang vocals toward the end. While not every song on Time & Temperature has every single one of these elements, I Should Have Never Had a Birthday shows off what the album is all about and what’s to be expected. Things really pick up in the album’s second track, Fish in a Barrel, a blistering fast and melodic pop punk song that wouldn’t be out of place on a late 90’s New Jersey Pop Punk record.

Other stand out tracks include Make It Count, a catchy group sing-along with an infectious lead guitar that recalls blink-182; the defiant-sounding Hey Prew, which really reminds me a lot of Lifetime; and, despite falling into almost all of the clichés of an album closer including a slow start and a build-up to shouted choruses over fast riffing, the 4 minute Quite Literally the Drink That Killed Him. I’ll admit that not every track is perfect- the finger tapping solo on Frost, while performed well enough, is odd to hear because finger tapping has never really had a place in most subdivisions of punk rock… unless you’re in Less Than Jake.

With a run time of 25 minutes, Steiner Street has managed to record an impressive debut. The production on Time & Temperature is clean sounding, but at the same time it still has a raw and sincere energy to it- something that often gets lost in the studio recording translation. In these 8 songs, Steiner Street successfully avoids falling into the pitfalls that many other bands do. To anyone who feels that pop punk has gone soft over the years, this album may be just the thing for you.