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New Music: Bob Mould – “What Do You Want Me To Do” from upcoming album, “Sunshine Rock”

Not entirely sure how this one slipped under our radar, but better late than never, right? Anyway, the inimitable Bob Mould, as you should know, has an album coming out on February 3rd. It’s called Sunshine Rock, and you can pre-order it right here. Back in October, he debuted the title track from that very album; listen to it here.

Also available is the album’s second “single,” if we’re still calling them that. It’s called “What Do You Want Me To Do,” and you can check it out below.

Starting Valentine’s Day in Washington DC, Mould is heading out on tour in support of Sunshine Rock – head here for details. Sunshine Rock is due out on Merge Records, and marks Mould’s first album since 2016’s Patch The Sky.



New Music: Michael Kane – “Live At The Tavern At The End Of The World”

When we normally run into Michael Kane in these parts, it’s serving as frontman of his great, Worcester, Massachusetts-based band Michael Kane and the Morning Afters, whom you’ve probably read about on these pages. However, Kane’s a pretty formidable solo performer as well. As proof, he self-produced a live album consisting of acoustic, gritty renditions of a few MK & the Morning Afters tracks, a couple covers, and even some new material. It was recorded a couple months back at the Tavern At The End Of The World in Charlestown, MA, and you can check it out below.

Michael Kane and the Morning Afters’ last studio album, “Laughing At The Shape I’m In,” was released back in 2017 on State Line Records.



Adrenalized release new track “The Story To Believe” ahead of album

Spanish melodic hardcore punks Adrenalized release their now album, Operation Exodus,  via La Agonia De Vivir Records on January 31st. Ahead of the the band are streaming single “The Story To Believe”.

Have a listen below.



New Music: Potty Mouth debut “22” from upcoming sophomore album, “SNAFU”

It’s been a while since we heard from Massachusetts-turned-Los Angeles-based Potty Mouth…too long, in fact. BUT, that wait is almost over!

March 1st will mark the release date of SNAFU, the band’s long-awaited sophomore album. It’ll be released on Get Better Records, a rad DIY label run by Potty Mouth bassist Ally Einbinder and her partner Alex Licktenhour. Pre-order options are available here, and include a limited-run comic book written and inked by Potty Mouth frontwoman Abby Weems.

To get you fired up for the new release – as though you weren’t already – you can check out “22,” the album’s lead single, right here on either Spotify or iTunes!

SNAFU marks the follow-up to Potty Mouth’s 2013 debut full-length, Hell Bent. They also released a self-titled EP in 2015.



Stream new Millencolin song “Nothing” off upcoming album “SOS”

Time for another taste of the upcoming album from legendary skate punkers Millencolin, and in this punk journalist’s opinion it’s much better than the first – the album’s title track. “Nothing” is the second single that the band has decided to premiere ahead of the release of “SOS” due out February 15 via the band’s long-serving label, Epitaph. Give it a listen below.

The previous release from the iconic Swedish skate punkers was the 2015 full-length, True Brew.



New Music: Lenny Lashley’s Gang Of One – “All Are Welcome”

We’ve been waiting on this one for a good long time, but that wait is almost over!

Lenny Lashley’s Gang Of One, the solo project of (The New) Darkbuster frontman and Street Dogs guitarist Lenny Lashley, has announced plans for a brand new full-length album. It’s called All Are Welcome, and it’s due out February 15th on Pirates Press Records. Pre-orders will be available soon; stay tuned.

To whet your appetite, the album’s title track is streaming right here now; it’s a pretty powerful tune if we’re being honest. Check it out. While you’re there, check out where you can catch the full rundown of Lashley’s upcoming shows, most of which find him providing support for Dropkick Murphys’ annual St. Patrick’s Day US tour.

Lenny Lashley’s debut Gang Of One album, Illuminator, was released back in 2013 on Panic State and Pirates Press.



Dan Cribb streams entire “Worst Tribute Ever” project

Dan Cribb of Australian pop-punk outfit Dan Cribb & The Isolated is streaming his entire Dan Cribb & Friends Worst Tribute Ever project.

Worst Tribute Ever, a project dedicated to renditions of music from “The Simpsons”, has featured many noteworthy collaborators including Axis of Awesome’s Benny Davis, Spiderbait’s Kram, and Australian Idol winner Guy Sebastian.  You can listen to the whole 30 song release below.



Dirtnap Records release 2018 Sampler

Portland OR label Dirtnap Records have released a 2018 Sampler so you can get an brief glimpse of all the awesome music they released last year.  The sampler features songs from, Mind Spiders, Proud Parents, Drakulas, Bad Sports and more.  You can give it a listen below.



Dangerface (Punk, Norway) stream new single “Let It Burn”

Norwegian punks Dangerface are streaming their new single “Let It Burn.”

You can give it a listen below.

“Let It Burn” comes from the bands’ upcoming debut album, Get Loud, which is set to be released on February 1st via Big Day Records.



Lazy Class stream new album “Interesting Times”

Polish street punks Lazy Class (ex- Warsaw Dolls & Wounded Knee) are streaming their new album, Interesting Times, which was released on December 6th via Contra Records (Germany) and Oldschool Records (Poland) for the vinyl version, and TNT Tunes for the CD version.

You can give it a listen below.

Lazy Class last released Pressure Rising in May 2017 via Spirit of the Streets records.



Gary Yay (solo project/pop-punk, UK) streams debut track

Gary Yay, who’s been in a ton of punk bands in the UK over the years (Telegraphs, Eager Teeth, Summerslam ’88, Poindexter and more recently as guitarist in Phinius Gage), has released the first track, “Steven, is it really so strange?” from his upcoming debut solo album.

The track was co-written by members of Harker and River Jumpers. The album is out next month and is called When I Grow Up To Be A Man. Have a listen to the track below.



Piffbreak Arcade (Punk, Canada) Stream Single “Here to Stay”

Toronto’s Piffbreak Arcade are allowing fans to stream their latest single. Titled “Here to Stay”, the release fuses punk, rock, and rap elements to create a fairly unique sound.

You can check out “Here to Stay” below. It’s the first release from the group since their 2017 full-length, Flawed Design. 



Cold Wrecks (Pop Punk, NY) Stream Latest Single “January First”

New York-based pop punk four-piece Cold Wrecks have just released a new single titled “January First”. The track is the first new music from the band since their October 2018 single, “Crossing Sign.”

You can stream “January First” below.



Excuse Me Mister (Acoustic, Canada) Stream Cover of Millencolin Classic, “No Cigar”

Québec City acoustic duo Excuse Me Mister have covered one of the absolute staples of melodic punk rock. Their take on Millencolin’s “No Cigar” off the classic turn-of-the-century album Pennybridge Pioneers features just guitar, piano, and vocals, and is an emotion-stirring rendition of a track that is partly responsible for turning an entire generation onto punk rock.
Check out this beautifully re-imagined version of “No Cigar” over at Excuse Me Mister’s Facebook page now.

 

 



Eternal Boy (pop punk) release new song ‘Promise’

Pennsylvania pop-punk trio Eternal Boy have released a new song called ‘Promise‘. The acoustic track was inspired by the horrific events that occurred at the Tree of Life Synagogue in their home city of Pittsburgh last October.

The song is their first release since their full-length ‘Awkward Phase’ which was one of the better (and somewhat overlooked) pop punk releases of 2017. Check out the new song below.