To celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Look Mexico, the band had released a video of their set from 2013's Big Pre-Fest in Little Ybor. Light & Noise shot and edited the footage. Look Mexico will be playing The Fest again this year.
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Propagandhi have recently annonuced a string of shows in Texas and Florida for December 2014. Their buddies in RVIVR and War On Women will be joining them on this tour.
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PEARS and The Atom Age are going a West Coast tour in November. PEARS released Go To Prison in 2014. You can click Read More for the dates.
Posted by johng on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 9:00 AM (EDT)
Modern anarcho-rockers No Sir, I Won't are streaming their new EP, The Whole Fucking World is Shit. In true Flux of Pink Indians/Antisect style, the entire release is being streamed as two unbroken tracks (one for side A, one for side B -- though, they also have released each individual track as well).
The physical version is out October 24 via Drunken Sailor Records. The band released The Door [EP] in 2013. You can click Read More for the release..
Process this: Kepi Ghoulie's been playing music for 30 years. While many of you were still in grade school, he was fronting pop-punk legends the Groovie Ghoulies, embarking on an accomplished solo career and producing one-of-a-kind artwork. Now he's heading to Gainesville for Fest 13, and as part of the 'Org's preview coverage, Punknews editor Adam Eisenberg caught up with Kepi to talk about the big anniversary, his rotating cast of backing bands and spending Fest weekend looking for Mikey Erg.
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Sundials are streaming a new song titled "Splinter" from their upcoming EP Kick, which is due out November 4, 2014 via Topshelf Records. You can listen to another song from the EP, "Stun Spore," here.
You can listen to "Splinter" here courtesy of Brooklyn Vegan.
Posted by kira on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 at 3:00 PM (EDT)
DC's Black Clouds have been welcomed into the Collect Records family. Collect Records is the indie label founded by Thursday's Geoff Rickly and will be putting out the band's forthcoming full-length album titled Dreamcation. It's due out November 4, 2014. You can click Read More for the song "Some of Us Are Meant to Disappear," which will appear on the record.
Transit has released a new song off of their upcoming album titled Joyride. The song is titled "Ignition & Friction." Joyride and is due out October 21, 2014.
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Pennsylvania's Code Orange has announced a tour of the UK in December. They will be all headlining dates except for four dates where they will be opening for At The Gates.
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Posted by johng on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 at 12:00 PM (EDT)
A389 Records have announced some early information and the first wave of bands for their annual anniversary show. The festival will take place January 15-17, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. The first wave of confirmed bands are Haymaker, Weekend Nachos, ILSA, Castle Freak, Pharaoh, Noisem, Sex Prisoner, Genocide Pact, Starkwather and Ampallang Infection.
Last year's festival notably included the reunion of Integrity's Systems Overload line-up. We'll let you know when more bands are announced.
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