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Sum 41 Storms Paste Magazine’s Live Studio

Sum 41 is out with a new record and they took a trip over to Paste Magazine to record a live studio session with Paste’s resident musical madman Brad Wagner. While the group may be known for blazing guitar solos and hard pumping drumlines they brought a far tamer and stripped-down version to the Paste studio that still hit all the same chords.

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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.

 

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Uncle Djuzeppe & the Mob Release New Video for “Drama Queen”

New York City ska punks Uncle Djuzeppe & The Mob have released a video for their song “Drama Queen.” The song has some strong gypsy punk vibes and came out in January.

You can watch the video for “Drama Queen” below and download the song for free over at UD&TM’s Bandcamp page.

 

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World/Inferno Gets Caliente At El Cortez In Bushwick, Brooklyn

All Photos by JeffSchaerMoses.com
Jack Terricloth of the World/Inferno Friendship Society at El Cortez Tuesday night.

Scenic Presents could hardly contain themselves when they announced they would have a mysterious headliner at Bushwick’s El Cortez Tuesday night and when news broke it would be the World/ Inferno Friendship Society word spread quickly. WIFS at El Cortez was a hot ticket that became a hot and sticky event as about 100 people crammed into the tiny Safari Room.

It was a packed room for the Brooklyn based 7-piece and they delivered by playing the hits with passion and vigor. WIFS was fresh from a show in Teaneck, New Jersey at Debonair Music Hall and after a show over the bridge, it showed they were happy to be back in New York City for the evening.

There were a few new faces playing with WIFS at El Cortez.

Songs mostly from Red Eyed Soul and This Packed Funeral dominated the setlist and World/Inferno’s stalwart leader Jack Terricloth kept the energy high in the room from beginning to end. It was a sweaty mess by midset with the entire crowd moshing along and Jack spraying the crowd with his own perspiration.

It was reallyinterestig seeing them in such an intimate environment in their home city seeing as they regularly play venue’s two and three times the size of the narrow hallway of a space at El Cortez. It must have been pretty interesting for Terricloth as well as he proclaimed loudly as soon as he hit the stage, “what the hell are we doing at El Cortez. But reguardless of venue size WIFS gave the crowd an unrelenting set worthy of Madison Square Garden.

Brooklyn punks Cop/Out who will be touring the West Coast in support of Leftover Crack next month went on right before WIFS and they are just about the clostest thing to a super group that the Brooklyn punk scene can produce. All 4 members play in other successful bands and all 4 members help produce New Yorks best punk festival every year, Punk Island.

Cop/Out is still in their infancy and they are already rocking rooms all over the city with a major tour on the horizon. They are definitely worth keeping an eye on. Pop-punkers Fat Heaven and two piece guitar and sax duo Flesh rounded out the evening.

Kate Hoos and Joey Steel of Cop/Out

 

 

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Uncle Djuzeppe & The Mob Release New Single “Drama Queen” for Free Download

New York City multicultural ska punks Uncle Djuzeppe & The Mob have released a new single entitled “Drama Queen” on their Bandcamp. The track is slated to be followed by a music video in the coming months. For now though, you can download the track for free via Bandcamp.

“Drama Queen” is the first release by Uncle Djuzeppe & The Mob since their last EP “The Mob Rule” which came out in 2018. You can listen to “Drama Queen” below.

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Leftover Crack Owns New York City

 

Scott Sturgeon of Leftover Crack
All Photos by Jeff Schaer-Moses Photography.

Leftover Crack put on a command performance for a sold-out crowd in their hometown on December, 3,  just a few short days after dropping a new record. Sturg and the gang rocked the hordes of Crack Rock Steady fans at Brooklyn Bazaar into a punk induced sweat laced frenzy touching on all the CRS hits. Stza Crack can be a bit of a prima donna at times but acting as the ringleader of a raucous punk rock circus like the one they put on in the BK, the Crack Daddy had no problem rising to the occasion.

Leftover Crack is being joined on tour by Midwest hardcore legends Negative Approach and New Jersey wildmen Crazy and the Brains, and also had Brooklyn’s Cop/Out and (A)Truth out as local support.

Check out the full show review below.

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Glass Slipper premiere self-titled debut album

The most likely question asked by Brooklyn four-piece garage rockers Glass Slipper when they finished recording their debut self-titled album was “is it nasty enough?”, and the answer is yes. The current lineup consisting of Dave Harris on guitar and vocals, Kuba Pieczarski on guitar, Myles Peterson on bass, and Greg Hanson on drums have been working together since 2016 but Glass Slipper is their first record.

The heavily distorted and lightly demented quartet recorded at Time Castle Studios in their home borough of Brooklyn and are dropping the record on the BK’s very own King Pizza Records. Follow this link to pre-order the cassette and stream the album below.

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Night Birds Stream New Song “Onward to Obscurity”

New Jersey surf punks Night Birds are streaming a track called “Onward to Obscurity” off their upcoming mini-LP Roll Credits, out September 21st via Fat Wreck Chords.

The first release from Night Birds since 2016’s Who Killed Mike Hunchback?, this nihilistic track features  “King of Punk” Jerry A. of Portland hardcore punk band Poison Idea.  

If you’re into music reminiscent of Dead Kennedys and Black Flag, you can check out the new song below.

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Shrug Dealer (NY Skate Punk) Release New EP for Name-Your-Price

NY Punks Shrug Dealer just released their debut EP for name-your-price on bandcamp. It’s around 12 minutes long, and has been likened to Lagwagon, Satanic Surfers, and Propagandhi.

If you’re looking for a new high-energy punk band, you can listen to their self-titled debut below.

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Festival Review: Punk Island 2018 (New York City)

All Photos courtesy of JeffSchaerMoses.com
Rael Griffin of I Against Eye proved himself to be one of the most dynamic performers at the entire festival.

On Saturday afternoon some of the best purveyors of punk in New York City got together to put on what had to have been one of the best punk festivals in the Big Apple this year. It was free, it was all-day, it was all-ages, and most importantly it was all inclusive. Punks of all shapes, sizes, colors, and gender identities got together to have one hell of a great time in a beautiful New York City Park on Randall’s Island. Check out the full write up and photos below.

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