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La Armada: "Death On Replay"

La Armada: “Death On Replay”

La ArmadaHardcore 5 piece La Armada released a new single titled "Death On Replay". The track is off of their upcoming release, Anti-Colonial Vol. 2, set to be released later this year on the band's own label Mal De Ojo Records in the US, Thousand Islands Records in Canada and Lockjaw Records in the UK and EU. See below to check out the new single.

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Superbloom: “Mary On A Chain”

New York City based fuzzy rockers released a new single last week. The track is called "Mary On A Chain" and a live version of the track was also released. The video was recorded at Studio G in Brooklyn NY. See below to check out the new track.

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Toe: 'Doku-En-Kai'

Japanese instrumental math-rock band Toe released a live album called Doku-En-Kai. The release was recorded shot in the round as a full video performance from their 2019 US tour while in NYC's Le Poisson Rouge. The 85 minute video can be seen below and you can grab a copy of the live session through Topshelf Records.

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Mss Frnce: "Le Colibri"

Mss Frnce: “Le Colibri”

Parisian Aggressive rockers released a music video for "Le Colibri" also known as "The Humming-Bird" recently. "Le Colibri" is off of the band's latest EP titled V and the video is a spoof of NASA G-Force tests. See below to check out the video.

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Ishay Berger:  "Children's Music"

Ishay Berger: “Children's Music”

Ishay Berger, from the Israeli punk band Useless ID, has released a new video for the song, "Children's Music", see below. The video shows Berger playing to a classroom of "students", with crayon-drawn punk rock posters in the background. The song is written from the perspective of a man who has grown out of the punk rock phase juxtaposed with imagery of Ishay and his friends, who still listen to this "children's music."

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BEEA: "Oh, Wait"

BEEA: “Oh, Wait”

Portuguese alt-pop punker BEEA just released a new single titled "Oh, Wait". The track was produced, mixed and mastered by Bertrand and Éric Poncet of Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! at ALIAS Studios. See below to check out the track.

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Forgivers: "Some Future"

Forgivers: “Some Future”

Newly minted Jersey based rock band Forgivers just released their debut single/video titled "Some Future", see below. The band takes influences great british bands such as The Cure, The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Clash and mixing it with their only unique sound and jersey flair. The track is streaming now on all streaming platforms. The band contains members of the The Gaslight Anthem, The Ratchets, and Let Me Run.

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