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Banana Premiers New Single “Kittie”

If there is one thing that is always certain when King Pizza Records puts out a new track it’s that the track is going to be NASTY! But how nasty, you ask? Too nasty! Banana is KP’s newest act and they are bringing their brand of Boston based garage punk to Brooklyn’s favorite boutique label and they aren’t pulling any punches.

Banana is loud, lewd, and in your face in a way that makes the ears bleed in just the right way. This is the debut single off their debut cassette which will be rolling out later in 2019, but for now we have this voracious tune to attack our senses while we wait for the full record.

 



No Sleep Records Stream Seasonal Compilation “A Fall 2019 Sampler”

California’s No Sleep Records is allowing fans to stream tracks from the collection of the artists it’s been working with of late. The label’s latest compilation, titled A Fall 2019 Sampler, features tunes from the likes Jail Socks, Best Ex, Muskets, and Pet Crow, amongst many others.

You can check this seasonal sampler out below. However, if you like it, you should definitely pay for a copy and help support great underground music.



Cro-Mags stream “From The Grave”

NY Hardcore legends Cro-Mags are to release the follow up to their “Don’t Give In” EP, which came out early this year and was their first new material in two decades. “From The Grave” is another three song offering – and pre-orders are up now.

It’s out 6th December – with the title track available to listen to now. Check it out below.



New Music: Real Space Noice (producer extraordinaire Chad Blinman) releases new LP “Empty And Pointless” and companion EP “Lost Science”

If you’re “of a certain age” and dove headlong into punk rock in the mid-1990s, the name Chad Blinman should be familiar to you. He produced a laundry-list of albums in the Vagrant Records heyday…acts like Boxer and The Get Up Kids and No Motiv and, of course, Face To Face.

Back in 2006, Blinman put out an album called Radio Method under the moniker Real Space Noise. It was vastly different than anything people in that era of the punk rock world would be familiar with; if we’re looking for a label, it’s less “emo” and more “radiophonic post-punk electro/industrial new wave gothic science fiction art rock.” (No, I didn’t come up with that genre on my own; yes, I stole it from Blinman’s website). Anyway, 13 years later, Blinman’s Real Space Noise project is back with not one but TWO new releases!

First up is Empty and Pointless, a haunting LP filled with ten tracks crammed with sci-fi post punk goodness. Alongside Empty and Pointless is a companion, instrumental EP, Lost Science, that, while it doesn’t contain any “vocals” per se, contains a plethora of old radio signals and sampled old science fiction clips about the joys and perils of the world of tomorrow. You can check both releases out here, and stream the video for the Empty and Pointless track “I Am Replacing You” here!



Mark Lind and the Unloved (Punk ‘N’ Roll, MA) Stream “Who’s To Say” From Forthcoming Album “The Last Bastion”

Mark Lind and the Unloved has a new record coming out. To get you lot in the mood for it, the band has been good enough to release a couple of tracks early. Joining the previously released “An Anthem For The Damned” is the track “Who’s To Say”. 

You can check out the two teaser tracks below whilst you wait for the full release, which is due on November 8. Helping the band with the details will be State Line Records.



Nixon’s The One (Punk, CO) Stream EP “West Of The Sun, East Of The Moon”

Denver-based gritty pop punks Nixon’s The One are allowing fans to stream their entire latest EP, West Of The Sun, East Of The Moon. The record will be officially released on November 11 but you can check the trio’s latest work out below.

The previous release from Nixon’s The One was the Watergate EP in 2015.



Take This To Heart Records Stream “Fall Sampler 2019”

Massachusetts-based emotional punk label Take This To Heart Records has just put out a new compilation of tracks from the artists it has been working with of late. You can expect to hear tracks from the likes of Sarah and the Safe Word, City Mouth, Future Teens, and others.

Check out Take This To Heart’s Fall Sampler 2019 below.



Blindspot (Punk, Australia) Stream “Swipe Right” From Forthcoming Full-Length “Final Allure”

Australia’s Blindspot have just released a second single from a forthcoming album. The track is titled “Swipe Right” and will be the fifth tune on the ten track effort, Final Allure. The album is due out on November 22 and helping the band with the release will be Pee Records.

You can check out “Swipe Right” and the previously-released “All Fall Down” below.



Rarity (Post Hardcore, Canada) Stream Video for Single, “A Numbness”

Ontario’s Rarity have just put out a video for their recently-released single, “A Numbness”. The track appears on the band’s latest record, The Longest Lonesome, out now on New Damage Records.

You can check the video for out “A Numbness” below.



Rosegarden Funeral Party (ffo: Siouxie and The Banshees) announce new LP release, “The Martyr”

Mark your calendars post-punk fans, because this is not one to miss out on. Dallas goth rockers, Rosegarden Funeral Party have a new album, The Martyr, due out November 24. Stream the title-track below.



New Music: Anti-Flag release lyric video for “Christian Nationalist”

Hey Anti-Flag fans…they’ve got some new music for your listening enjoyment!

The band have released a stand-alone single and accompanying lyric video for a brand-new track called “Christian Nationalist.” We’re pretty sure it’s a protest song. Check it out below!

“Christian Nationalist” follows up their last release, Live Volume 2, which was released a couple months back on A-F Records.



New Music: Donaher (NH pop punk) – “Before Anyone Else”

Hailing from the occasionally-mean streets of Manchester, New Hampshire – which is coincidentally about fifteen minutes north of the occasionally-mean streets that yours truly grew up on – Donaher are a band that you should probably know about, especially if you’re nostalgic for the glory days of mid-1990s power pop. Case in point: I once saw them open for Smoking Popes, and their latest album has a song that features vocals from Matt Pryor, so that should give you a pretty accurate picture of their wheelhouse.

Anyway, the Granite Staters have got a new song available for your listening enjoyment. It’s called “Before Anyone Else,” and you can check it out below.

“Before Anyone Else” exists as a standalone single. Their full-length album, I Swear My Love Is True, was released back in 2017 on Dodgeball Records.



New Music: Lucero – “Before The Ghosts” and “PBS – Bluegrass Underground”

Lots of cool news from the Lucero camp this week, so I thought I’d wrap it up in one tidy post. First and foremost, the Memphis rockers kicked off their three-week US tour with such varied acts as Vandoliers, Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears, and Rhode Island’s The Huntress And Holder Of Hands. Check out those dates here.

Next up, PBS unveiled the band’s performance for their Bluegrass Underground series. It was filmed at The Caverns in Pelham, Tennessee. If you’re not familiar, The Caverns is exactly what you think; an underground music venue set in a cavern deep below the Cumberland Mountains. Cool! Anyway, you can stream the band’s unique performance here.

Last but certainly not least, the band put out a new digital-only release yesterday. It’s called Before The Ghosts: Acoustic Demos and Other Ideas from Among the Ghosts, and as you might imagine, it consists of demos and reworked versions of tracks that appeared on last year’s Among The Ghosts. It’s definitely one for the hardcore fans, but it’s a pretty cool listen as to how the proverbial sausage was made. Check it out here.



Full Album Stream: Lagwagon – “Railer”

It seems like it was only yesterday that I was sitting at my dining room table, chatting on the phone with Joey Cape about Lagwagon‘s blistering new album, Hang, which he had semi-jokingly referred to as having been written during his “bitter old man” phase. Somehow, it was actually five years ago! And Lagwagon are back!

The new album, as you hopefully know, is called Railer, and it’s twelve-songs of vintage skate-punky goodness that even includes a jokey-but-still-really-awesome cover of a 1980’s power ballad. Just like the old days! Anyway, the album came out yesterday on Fat Wreck Chords and you can stream the album below, but you really should buy it here and also go here to see where you can catch Caper and the boys on tour with the mighty Face To Face and newly-signed Fat Wreckers MakeWar.



New Music: Ramallah – “The Last Gasp Of Street Rock N’ Roll”

It’s been an awfully long time since we were graced with a new album from White Trash Rob and the gang, but Ramallah are finally back! The Boston hardcore vets released a firebrand new EP called The Last Gasp Of Street Rock N’ Roll yesterday via Sailor’s Grave Records. It’s an eight-song shot across the bow of those folks who somehow haven’t quite figured out that we’re living in dire straits right now. Check it out here.

Ramallah’s last release was The Truth…It’s Colder Than A Morgue Slab And Harder Than A Coffin Nail,” which was a stand-alone single in 2016. Their last true album was 2005’s Kill A Celebrity.