Philadelphia based shoegaze band Nothing released George. The 4 song release is a Part Time Punk session recorded in Los Angeles in December 7, 2019. The release is available free with a pay what you want option. 100% of the sales of this release will go directly to Act Blues Community Bail Out.
Today, we are pleased to bring to you a Punknews Exclusive premiere for Ohio based singer-songwriter In Winds. Daniel Amaro aka In Winds is releasing his brand new EP, Everything Will Be OK tomorrow though Manic Kat Records and we have the exclusive stream for you right here a day early. The project has been compared to the likes of City and Colour and This Wild Life. See below to check it out and read a quote from Daniel.
Pay For Pain releases a new track over at BrooklynVegan. The track is called "Gatekeeper" and it will be released on June 5th, 2020 though Dark Medicine. The band contains a memeber of Wicca Phase Spring Eternal and ex-members of Tigers Jaw. See below to check out the track.
Maxwell Stern of Signals Midwest collaborated with some notable punks in Ratboys, Modern Baseball, Into it. Over it and more to create a John Prine inspired track called "Tying Airplanes To The Ground". The track was written by Stern a day after Prine's death and the collaborative process was conducted while in quarantine. The proceeds from he sales of the track will go towards National Independent Venue Association (NIVA). See below to check out the track.
Upstate NY's based rock band Self Defense Family released another round of newly unearthed tracks. This time they have announced Make Me A Pallet Fire On Your Floor b/w Local Clerics, as a 7-inch through Run For Cover Records. These tracks were recorded while on tour in Australia a few years back by Neil Thomason at Headgap Studios. The band's portion of the sales of the record is going to the COVID-19 Victorian First Nations Mutual Aid Fund. See below to check out the tracks.
Self Defense Family have released a two song EP titled Long Island through Brooklyn's Iron Pier. These two songs were recorded in a Long Island basement roughly around 6 years ago. Have been long forgotten and was found recently on an old hard drive. Procedes from the sale of this EP will go to benefit Indigenous Mutual Aid networks of western New Mexico. See below to check out the EP.
The Mariachi alter-ego of The Bronx, Mariachi El Bronx has announced he release of a double LP, titled Música Muerta, Vol 1 and Vol 2. The release contains 25 total tracks, including 10 unreleased songs, demos, TV themes, live sessions, and a few covers. See below to check out Volume 1 and 2.
We are so pleased to bring to you a Punknews Exclusive double premiere for Toronto hardcore punks Dragged In. The band will be releasing their new record L.P. I digitally on Tuesday, April 28th, 2020. We have their full release a few days early and the music video for their fourth track, "Hear Me Out" below.
We are please to bring to you a Punknews Exclusive premiere for Baltimore based pop-punk band Panic Problem. The band released a short and to the point song called "Don't Call Me Crazy", see below. The track brings about the conversation of mental health issues and was recorded by Pete Steinkopf at Little Eden Studios in Asbury Park, NJ.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina shoegaze band Hundredth covered "Sleeping In" by The Postal Service. The cover comes as the band has been working on the next LP and was revisiting some of their favorite albums. See below to check out the cover.