You can give the album a listen below.
Dan Vapid And The Cheats last released Two in July 2013.
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 2:00 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
You can give the album a listen below.
Dan Vapid And The Cheats last released Two in July 2013.
I’d not come across St Louis’ Horror Section before seeing their name on the Dying Scene review list but I’m very glad I took the time to check them out.
This, their self-titled debut, was released back in December on Eccentric Pop Records and serves up 16 slices of horror themed pop punk – and damn fine it is too. There is a strong, ominous Lillingtons vibe on tracks like They’re Inside, First Kill & Remains while there are lighter, poppier moments such as Are You There, Rooms and Echoes & Make Them Pay. Elsewhere we get more straight up driving punk rock, examples being Murder & instrumental track Working Title. The horror influence is clearly there through the whole album but, where previous Eps are dedicated entirely to specific horror movies (The Omen, Season of the Witch etc), you could easily listen to a portion of these songs oblivious to their macabre influence.
The album is consistently excellent from start to finish and so catchy that you’ll be singing along on your second listen. If you’ve got a soft spot for Ramones-core meets early Fat Wreck skate/pop punk then these guys will be right up your street.
The album is up on Spotify now.
Former Groovie Ghoulies frontman Kepi Ghoulie has released a new solo album titled Lost and Lovin’ It through Eccentric Pop Records. Check out two of the tracks below, and head over here to grab the LP.
Lost and Lovin’ It is Kepi’s first full-length in half a decade, following 2011’s I Bleed Rock & Roll. The album features guest appearances from Dan Potthast of MU330, Jimmy Boom of the Phenomenauts, and more.
Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at 2:20 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
New York pop-punks The Young Rochelles have released a new video for their song “Not Any Use.”
You can check it out below.
“Not Any Use” comes from the bands split 7″ with The Nerdy Jugheads, which was released on August 30th, 2016 via Eccentric Pop Records.
Sunday, August 21, 2016 at 4:34 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
The fine people at North Carolina pop-punk label Eccentric Pop Records have a ton of releases on deck in the coming months.
Check out Eccentric Pop’s full schedule of upcoming releases below.
Thursday, March 24, 2016 at 12:45 PM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
“They’re Coming” appeared on the band’s latest EP, Season of the Witch, which the band released in March 2015.
Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 1:11 PM (PST) by Antennas262
Horror pop-punk partners-in-crime Horror Section and Eaten Back To Life have collaborated with animator extraordinaire Aaron Romero to release an 8-bit music video for two tracks from their 2014 split LP.
Romero says the video was inspired by classic horror films like Nightmare on Elm Street and Phantasm. Check it out for yourself below.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015 at 12:05 PM (PST) by Johnny X
Formed in Berkeley, California in 1986, Sweet Baby (and their contemporaries Operation Ivy, Crimpshrine, the Mr. T Experience, etc) played a seminal role in the earliest days of the Gilman Street punk scene. Many credit Sweet Baby with inventing an entirely new genre of music – one which melds the harmonic pop sensibilities of the Beatles and the Everly Brothers with the frenetic four-on-the-floor song structures of the Ramones and the Buzzcocks. It’s a genre that came to be called “pop punk,” and it’s a genre that Sweet Baby defined and perfected years before anyone else.
Out of print on vinyl for over twenty years, Sweet Baby’s “It’s A Girl” LP has attained a cult-like following and has influenced virtually every pop-leaning punk band of the last two decades. Eccentric Pop Records is beyond stoked to (finally!) offer this limited edition reissue pressing – featuring completely remastered audio and pressed on pink vinyl, this album has never looked or sounded better, and is being offered with a brand new Sweet Baby 7” featuring 2 previously unreleased studio tracks and 2 live songs from 1986!
To celebrate, and to help spread the word, Dying Scene and Eccentric Pop are offering one hell of great giveaway contest! One lucky winner will receive:
– Sweet Baby “It’s a Girl!” Reissue LP on pink vinyl (limited to 500 copies)
– Sweet Baby bonus 7” (housed in a hand-screened sleeve and numbered out of 250 copies)
– Test pressings of both the LP and 7”
– Sweet Baby “1989 Tour” T Shirt
– Additional records from the Eccentric Pop Records back catalog
That’s one hell of a prize pack! To enter just fill out the form below!
Sunday, March 22, 2015 at 1:39 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 at 9:37 AM (PST) by Shawn-Ray Dalinsky
Today we bring you a special treat, premiering not one, but two tracks from Kepi Ghoulie and the Accelerators, “Carly Simon” and “Fun in the Dark.” Both tracks will appear on the upcoming album Fun in the Dark, to be released on March 24th through Eccentric Pop Records. Check out the two songs below.
Fun in the Dark is a re-imagining of the classic 1999 Groovie Ghoulies album of the same name. While Kepi Ghoulie remains on the vocals, he is backed-up musically by Holland’s Accelerators (as well as back-up vocals provided by Sacramento’s Dog Party). This is the first in a series of re-recorded Groovie Ghoulies albums to come, the next one featuring The Copyrights providing the music for Re-Animation Festival (we’ll keep you updated on that).
“Once again, we have created a recording of a group of friends who appreciate and respect what each other does, joining forces to make a document of that relationship and the music/fun/energy it has brought forth! “
The original Groovie Ghoulies album will also be re-issued sometime in the future through Green Door. You can pre-order this new version of Fun in the Dark here or here, along with Groovie Ghoulies’ Appetite for Adrenochrome on LP and CD.
Monday, November 17, 2014 at 11:15 AM (PST) by Johnny X
Former Groovie Ghoulies frontman Kepi Ghoulie is releasing a new solo album titled Kepi Goes Country tomorrow (November 18th) via Eccentric Pop Records and today we’re very pleased to bring you an exclusive stream of one of its tracks. Stream “Fortune Teller” below while you read this message from Kepi about the release:
I have been playing music for over 30 years, and if you asked me to hand you ONE recording of what I have accomplished with my life, THIS would be it! :)
Recorded near a castle in France (no kidding, we are already on a magical path here, yes?), and then brought back to California, where the talents of Lucy and Gwendolyn Giles (Dog Party) were added to the production, mandolin, keyboard stylings, and more from the incomparable Third Man recording artist David Houston, this thing just kept growing with depth and beauty…
This is a project that I have been wanting to undertake for the last few years… comingfrom a punk/rock n roll/garage background and a love of roots music, and touring relentlessly acoustic for the last few years, and I am so happy with the way that this turned out!!
We often call this thing we do, this business of ours, a music industry… ultimately, however, the thing that we are selling is ART, and sometimes the ART gets lost in the commerce…
With “Kepi Goes Country,” what you have transcends ART and commerce! Sure it is both, but what you have is FRIENDS having FUN, creating MEDLODY and POSITIVITY in a musical environment, and to me, that is EVERY SINGLE REASON to get into this line of “business” after all!
Sure the record title is a tip of the hat to the legendary record created by Jonathon Richman, isn’t he an inspiration to ALL of us? He sure should be.. making music, traveling the world, making people happy… sounds good to me!
I have spent 30 years making and performing music, and if I could do this EVERY night, with THIS batch of people, I would be a very happy fellow! But from here I will be off to do other projects with other awesome friends…
“Kepi Goes Country” represents a personal high mark in a very long and fruitful career, I sincerely hope you feel the same way! If not, that’s cool too, because this is ART, and ART is subjective! I hope you are having an amazing day, finding some music, art, or friends that give you a great feeling! Cheers, and thanks for listening!
Your Pal, Kepi
Kepi Ghoulie’s last solo release was 2012′s Kepi For Kids. Groovie Ghoulies earlier this year released Flying Saucer Rock N Roll, a compilation of the band’s first three 7″s onto one LP.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 7:44 AM (PST) by Midwest Punk
Former Groovie Ghoulies frontman Kepi Ghoulie is releasing more details about his upcoming solo album, Kepi Goes Country.
You see the artwork above, and you can check out the full tracklisting below. The album is due out on November 18th. If you’re into vinyl, you can guarantee yourself a first-pressing from Eccentric Pop Records by joining the Ghoulie Club right here.
Kepi Ghoulie’s last solo release was 2012’s Kepi For Kids. Groovie Ghoulies earlier this year released Flying Saucer Rock N Roll, a compilation of the band’s first three 7″s onto one LP.
Sunday, October 12, 2014 at 8:40 PM (PST) by Lauren Mills
Nashville pop-punks Parasite Diet have premiered the music video for their song “Ghosts on the Moon.”
You can watch it below.
The band released their debut album Lost In Time on September 10th through Eccentric Pop Records,
Tuesday, August 19, 2014 at 10:00 AM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Horror pop-punk partners-in-crime Horror Section and Eaten Back To Life are gearing up to release their new split LP titled Split In Two on September 4th through Eccentric Pop Records, and we’re stoked to bring you all an exclusive stream of the record!
Give the split a listen below, and head over to the label’s webstore to pick it up on on toxic green vinyl. All pre-orders come with an awesome set of trading cards with themes based on songs from the LP.
I'm not sure if it's the vocals reminiscent of the original singer from UK punk act Drones, or very early days Davey Havok, but something about the new EP from Milwaukee hardcore act Mud Dog is really grabbing my attention. It might be the gang vocals on title track "Strike Back" or the change ups with secondary singers on a few of the songs. Or all of the above. The point is "Strike Back" is worth a listen for any hardcore punk fans, all the more so since it's up for free download on bandcamp.