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Happening Now: Buy a tru-punx patched vest from Diesel. Only $300!Oh man! Here's an unreleased Flipper album from 1982!You want Fake Problems full set at Fest 13? You got it!Catch PEARS full set from St. Petersburg, FLA lounge cover of "Sheena is a punk rocker" by Paul Jones (Manfred Mann) produced by Sir Tim Rice?ICYMI: Punknews debuted a long lost punk/new wave LP from 1980Bunny Lee's studio burns down! Thankfully, his massive archive was saved!. ANDREW W.K. was on "Uncle Grandpa"
This is the week! Look for a ton of episodes from the Punknews Podcast in the next few days which should bring us up to date and usher in a new golden age of releasing episodes in a somewhat timely fashion. Episode 241 finds Tom Crandle, Adam White, and John Gentile chat about the Street Dogs throwing out neo-Nazis from their St. Patrick's Day show, Teenage Bottlerocket's Minecraft video, new music from Hop Along, Black Sabbath recording, Death Grips, The Decline of Western Civilization reissues and more. Episode 241 features music from Lenny Lashley's Gang of One and Napalm Death.
On Episode 242 Ricky Frankel joins Adam and John to tackle a huge list of stories, including Off With Their Heads' on-stage conflict, Rodney Anonymous of Dead Milkmen's role in a crazy internet comedy show, the underwhelming Tidal launch, actor Ben Stiller's high school punk album, new Ceremony and more. 242 has music from Night Birds, Obits and Quaaludes.
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Posted by adam on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 8:30 PM (EDT)
Punknews.org's Best Midwestern podcast, focusing on the music of the U.S. Midwest, is back this week with a new episode. The show is hosted by long time Punknews contributor Greg Simpson and former Punknews editor, current editor-in-chief of Substream magazine and owner of Youth Conspiracy Records, Scott Heisel. In this episode...
You can find Best Midwestern on Facebook and Twitter at @BestMidwestern. You can subscribe to the show with RSS or via the iTunes Store.
Today we're starting a new regular weekend feature at Punknews: Collector's Corner! Inspired by an old feature that used to run at Vinyl Collective years ago, Collector's Corner will be a feature that talks to musicians, DJs, label owners, artists, and fans about their record collections. (And by "record," we mean vinyl, CD, tape, etc... we're not prejudiced!)
We kick off the feature with an interview with Dominic Davi! Dominic is a punk rock champion! He started the kick ass pop-punk band Tsunami Bomb and toured with them all over the world. Now, he's a record label don, working on the inside at both Alternative Tentacles and Kung Fu Records! Did you like the last World/Inferno Friendship Society record or the latest Circle Jerks reissue? Dominic had a hand in that. (What must it be like to have both Jello Biafra and Joe Escalante as bosses?!) On top of that, he's got a new band called Crash & Attack who are currently working on their first full length. You can read our interview with Dom about his collection below.
If YOU want to be featured in collectors corner, e-mail JohnG@punknews.org
Posted by johng on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 10:30 AM (EDT)
And we're back with the Saturday photo feature! Today's segment includes some snaps from the recent Bad Religion / OFF! / The Interrupters tour. Punknews' Ricky Frankel was at the Hollywood show last week and got some cool pics. You can see the shots below.
This is John G closing out the week with some new reviews... though we are starting a new recurring feature tomorrow, stay tuned. In the meantime, we've got a review of the new OFF! live album. What is your pick for punk rock's greatest live record?
Today's reviews are:
Posted by aubin on Friday, April 24, 2015 at 5:30 PM (EDT)
Popular clothing designer Diesel has come up with a way to turn yourself into a fashionable punk and all for the low low price of $648 plus tax. The company has put together a denim work shirt and pant combination covered in fake band patches along with the brand's corporate mottos.
Phrases like "Destroy," "Death Trash," and "Go Wild Anywhere" share space with "Diesel Industry: So Real So Good" and "State of Realz."
You can click Read More for a look.
Posted by johng on Friday, April 24, 2015 at 5:00 PM (EDT)
Tartar Control, the hardcore punk trio composed of two Mormon missionaries and a robot, have released a pilot for their Tartar Control show. The pilot follows the band as they get into hijinx all around Southern California.
The band released We Forgive You earlier this month. Punknews spoke to Sean Hart and Robert Selander of the band about the album.
You can click Read More to watch the video.
Posted by aubin on Friday, April 24, 2015 at 4:30 PM (EDT)
Noisey has posted the first part of their three part documentary series called Under the Influence. Narrated by Tim Armstrong (Rancid, Operation Ivy, The Transplants), the series traces the roots of New York Hardcore, British 2-Tone Ska, and German Krautrock with conversations with the founders of the genres and current standard bearers.
You can click Read More for the first video.
Punknews is excited to debut the new song from Baltimore, MD-based Noisem. The track is called "Replant and Repress" and finds the band tearing through two fierce minutes that are equal parts hardcore and thrash. The vocals are shredded. The riffs are twisted. The solo is straight up evil. This band is leading the pack in new, exciting, underground metal.
The track is off the upcoming Blossoming Decay LP due out June 6, 2015 on A389 Records. Pre-orders are here. Meanwhile, you can hear that mean new tune right here.
Pure Noise Records has signed Canadian hardcore outfit Counterparts. The band previously released music through Victory Records and will be issuing their fourth studio album in the U.S. later this year.
The band just kicked off a supporting run opening for Defeater.
The Splits are now streaming their new album. It's called The Splits II and it's out now on Dirtnap Records. You can hear it below.
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