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This is John G with four new reviews to close out the week. On Saturday, I'm going to the Mischief Brew record release show. I've been to my fair share of record release gigs, and man, they are usually amazing. I will always remember the release show for The Dwarves' album The Dwarves Are Born Again , Night Birds' Born To Die In Suburbia and Ceremony's Rohnert Park. There's something about the excitement of a new album and the beginning of a tour that makes a band come out all guns blazing. I especially love it when the band sells special versions of their record at the show. What was your favorite kick ass record release show? Did the band do anything special? Today's reviews are:
Oso Oso have posted a song from their upcoming album Real Stories Of True People, Who Kind Of Looked Like Monsters due out on Soft Speak Records June 9, 2015.
Check it out here.
Sweden's Atlas Losing Grip has released a new music video for the song "Kings and Fools." The song is featured on their 2015 release titled Currents . The band is set to play the Bravalla Festival this June and will be touring Germany in the fall. You can click Read More for the video.
ToyGuitar have released a new video for the song "Human Hyenas." The tune is off In This Mess from earlier this year. You can click Read More to watch.
Swervedriver have posted the video for "I Wonder?" It's from their first new album in 17 years, I Wasn't Born To Lose You.
You can click Read More for the video.
Members of Bracket have announced some solo projects. Marty Gregori just released a solo album. The album is a four movement string quartet and is called String Quartet No. 1 in F Major. It also has some demos and acoustic tracks. You can find more information here. Meanwhile, Angelo Celli is releasing one song a month. So far, he has released two originals and one cover of a Kitty Wells song. You can find those tunes here. The band also informed Punknews that they are currently working on a new album.
They last released Hold Your Applause .
Creepoid have released a new track from their upcoming album, Cemetery Highrise Slum, via The Fader. The album will be released on June 23, 2015 on Collect Records. Recently the band finished a UK tour and will be hitting the eastern US for a series of release shows in June. You can click Read More for the song stream.
Anarcho-icons Citizen Fish are now streaming their new EP. It's called Manmade. The physical release will be a 10-inch and it is out The record is titled Manmade and is due out June 1, 2015 . You can hear the release below.
Posted by johng on Friday, May 29, 2015 at 1:00 PM (EDT)
Today, Punknews is excited to bring you a track from punk veterans Horace Pinker. On the band's new track, "Recover," they hold true to their '90s pop-punk roots while venturing into a college-rock type anthem. The track is loud and personal. It's off an upcoming 7-inch (their first 7-inch in almost 20 years!) out in late summer on Dead Broke Rekerds. You can hear the new tune below.
Chuck Ragan and Rocky Votolato have posted a stream to their new split EP. It's called Kindred Spirits and it's out Tuesday, June 2. Pre-orders are live over at SideOneDummy Records.
You can click Read More for the stream.
Fun Fun Fun Fest has announced it 2015 line up. There are a lot of bands playing. Bands appearing include OFF!, Dwarves, Nofx, La Dispute, Title Fight, Fucked Up, King Khan and BBQ Show, Andrew Jackson Jihad, Nothing, L7, Dag Nasty, Desaparecidos, American Nightmare, Chain of Strength, Skinny Puppy, Baabes in Toyland, Converge, Parquet Courts, Venom, Gogol Bordello, Drive like Jehu, Jane's addiction, Cheap Trick, Viet Cong, Murder by Death, Wu-Tang Clan, Schoolboy Q, Grimes, Peaches, Afrika Bambaataa, Doomtree, and a whole lot more.
You can see the lineup here.
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