We are only days away from the October 21st release of Dead To Me’s awesome new EP, I Wanna Die In Los Angeles! However, today, you can hear the entire EP over at Noisey! Then, check out their upcoming tour dates, which include a recently announced run in the Mid-West. If you haven’t grabbed your copy of I Wanna Die In Los Angeles, do so today!
Direct Hit has announced a 2-week U.S. tour with Tenement this fall! They’ll be playing all the hits, including songs from their debut FAT album, Wasted Mind. Head HERE for all the dates and info. Then, read what vocalist/guitarist Nick Woods had to say about their upcoming tour below:
I’ve always watched Tenement from afar, kind of – I listened to their album Napalm Dream a lot, and spent a lot of time with Predatory Headlights on my car stereo. But they obviously fall outside the usual scene we play in, and the kind of music that’s influenced our band. So I was pleasantly surprised that they actually agreed to come and hang with us in November. We’re still figuring out our 2017, so this’ll be a great last trip to take before we close out the year.
Have you ever pondered what Zach Quinn, singer of PEARS, is like in his quiet moments? Does he even have quiet moments? When he isn’t stomping holes in a stage, he’s always moving. That motion continued from the PEARS stages to a more contemplative path, when he partnered with Joey Cape to produce and release his solo album over at One Week Records. As Zach explains, “This was the most fun I’ve had making a record. I showed up with a bunch of stuff that was unfinished, and we fleshed it out in the studio. It was like going to songwriting summer camp. The One Week concept only works because Joey has such good taste and clear vision, and there’s nothing more exciting for me than working with someone from whom there is so much to learn. The Caper is unparalleled. I’m super proud of this one.” Zach Quinn’s debut solo album was released digitally back in May on One Week Records. FAT will be releasing the vinyl edition on November 11th. If you haven’t heard a track yet, head to New Noise to listen to “Infinite Sigh,” then pre-order your copy of the vinyl edition, or grab the digital version here!
NOFX’s brand new full-length is officially out today! Listen to First Ditch Effort in its entirety on Consequence of Sound, Bandcamp, Spotify, or Youtube (above). Order your copy here! Read a stellar review or two. Then, read an interview with Fat Mike explaining just what went into making the record over at Alternative Press. Next month, NOFX will launch their North American tour with label mates, PEARS and Useless ID. Numerous shows have already sold out, so don’t delay. Grab your ticket today!
Also out today is the new Night Birds EP, Who Killed Mike Hunchback? The six songs showcase the band in its earliest incarnation, with their original guitarist, Mike Hunchback. #3 in our Original Demos series, the entire six song EP can be heard via Bandcamp, Spotify, or Youtube (above). There are a few records remaining from our one-time pressing, limited to 1,500 records. So if you want it, snag it here! Then, catch Night Birds live, as they’re currently playing shows with the Descendents!
Get Dead just added some dates after they play The Fest!
Check out an interview with Smelly from NOFX over at OC Weekly!
Mean Jeans jumped on the CJ Ramone/toyGuitar show tonight in Portland!
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes head to Europe in 2017!
Read an in-depth interview with Chris Cresswell of The Flatliners.
Less Than Jake played a song on a trolley in San Diego for Karl Strauss Brewing’s Red Trolley Show.