This week we'll be following up the Top 100 Albums of 2010-2019 with interviews with each participant, where we discuss their personal #1 picks of the decade. It is Thursday and we have one more day to go. Only two interviews today, but the second one is a long one.
Episode #488 of the Punknews Podcast is now up! Record shops are closed throughout North America due to the quarantine! So, John, Tom, and Adam call up Philadelphia's Sit and Spin Records, Indiana's Record Farm, and the Bay Area's Streetlight Records to see if and how the punk community can help out. Listen to the episode below, right now!
Also, the Podcast has a Facebook page that you can check out right here!.
Punknews is excited to premiere the new video by Seth Anderson. The video for "Highway Lights" was filmed at the Legion in Canmore Alberta at the record release show for the new album, We Could Be, which was produced by Eamon McGrath. The video was directed by Josh Wong and edited by Ron Joe.
Check out the video and a quote from Seth below.
you'll be fine
The Suicide Machines
Tony Fly Tames The Sky
The Fallen Crimson
Painting Words Into Lines
Choice to Make
Texas rock band Riverboat Gamblers posted their March 2016 collaboration with Panoramic Voices. The 4 song footage was recorded as a apart of Indie Orchestra Night in Austin, TX. The rock band paired together with a full orchestra set up was co-curated by Nathan Felix and Brent Baldwin. See below to watch the video.
Circle Jerks have announced rescheduled tour dates for their 40th anniversary shows that were originally scheduled for May. The tour will now go ahead in September and November with all previously bought tickets being honoured. Check out the dates below.
Boston Manor have announced rescheduled dates for their UK tour that was originally set to begin in April. The dates are now in August and they have added one new show to the tour. All previously bought tickets will be honoured. Boston Manor will be releasing their third full-length album GLUE on May 1 via Pure Noise Records. The band released Welcome To The Neighbourhood in 2018. Check out the dates below.
Punk rock supergroup Fake Names have announced their debut full-length Fake Names will be out May 8 via Epitaph Records. The band have also released a video for their single “Brick”. The supergroup is made up of Brian Baker of Bad Religion, Minor Threat, and Dag Nasty, Michael Hampton from Embrace, S.O.A., and One Last Wish, Dennis Lyxzen from Refused and International Noise Conspiracy, and Johnny Temple from Girls Against Boys and Soulside. Check the video out below.
We're continuing our Lockdown Freakout series where we bring live shows to your laptop to keep you from bugging out during the Coronavirus Quarantine!
You can watch the live set right here, right now!< i>, or you can check it out below!
Run The Jewels have released another new track. It's called "Ooh La La" and includes contributions from Greg Nice and Dj Premiere. The release date of RTJ4 i TBA. Check out the new track below.
Albany based After the Fall's frontman Mike Moak] released a compilation of tracks on the Raw Fish Eyes bandcamp to promote all who can to Stay Home. The compilation features tracks from [[Victory Garden, Male Patterns, Debt Neglector, Smartbomb, Forever Unclean, After the Fall, Social Standards and much much more. see below to check out the comp.
Parisian hardcore four piece Mss Frnce released a music video for "Aime-Moi". The video was created in light of the current global situation, as many of us is confined to your homes and communicating with each other remotely. The song revolves around dealing with the addiction to social media. See below to view the video.