February 21, 2018
Syracuse, NY pop punk revivalists Townhouse Warrior are set to release their debut album, Words, Unsaid, on the 20th March, the first two singles from the album, So Left, It’s Right and Echoes, are now available as pay what you want downloads from Townhouse Warrior’s Bandcamp. The band will also be playing a show this Friday, February 23rd, at the Plough And Stars, Cambridge, MA with Strawberry Machine and Lower Falls.
Townhouse Warrior‘s Bandcamp is located here
Townhouse Warrior‘s Facebook page is here
The Unholy Messtival has returned after it’s 2017 debut and it promises to be weirder, rawer, unholier and messier, and they have now announced Easter Messtival Madness where all day and weekend tickets are reduced by 25%. The festival features the likes of The Crash Mats, The Fuckwits, The Kingcrows Pizzatramp, The Papashangos, Pussycat And The Dirty Johnsons, Spunk Volcano And The Eruptions and many more. The Unholy Messtival will take place between the 6th and 8th July 2018 at The Victoria Bikers Pub in Leicester, UK.
Tickets for The Unholy Messtival II: A Messnado can be purchased during Easter Messtival Madness here until the end of March.
You can view The Unholy Messtival II: A Messnado line up below Read More…
New Jersey DIY punk luminaries Screaming Females have been making music and demolishing stages for over a decade as a formative piece of the current explosion of LGBTQ women playing rock music. The band will release their blistering seventh studio album, All At Once, this Friday on Don Giovanni Records. In celebration, the band has released the new video for the track I’ll Make You Sorry which was created with famed director Lance Bangs. All At Once can be pre-ordered via Don Giovanni Records here
The Punk Site review of All At Once can be read here
The I’ll Make You Sorry video, and Screaming Females EU tour dates, can be viewed below Read More…
Tucson, AZ cowboy punk icons Supersuckers have announced they are making a welcome return to the great white north with a run of shows across most of Canada in May which will see Eddie Spaghetti and co will be playing 11 gigs in 12 days.
The band last released Holdin’ the Bag via Acetate Records back in 2015. Check out the full list of dates below.
Calgary, AB garage punk/pop outfit Miesha & the Spanks are streaming a new track. The song is titled Lost Boy and will feature on the duo’s upcoming full length Girls Girls Girls, due for release on March 9th.
Pre-orders are available here and you can check out the stream of Lost Boy below.
Philadelphia’s Hurry has launched a full stream of the album, Every Little Thought, which is set to drop on February 23, 2018 via Lame-O Records. Pre-orders for Every Little Thought are now available now physically here and digitally here
You can stream the full disc below.
Montana/Portland Indie-Rock/Post-Punk band Strange Ranger (fka Sioux Falls) has announced that they are heading on tour. The band continues to support their latest full length, Daymoon, which was released back in 2017 on Tiny Engines Records.
Tour dates are below. The band is currently working on a follow up LP.
Citizen has announced that they will be touring with Basement, Angel Du$t, Oso Oso, Pronoun and Souvenirs in support of their newest LP, As You Please, available now on Run For Cover Records.
Tour dates are below.
Dirt Box Disco have been confirmed to appear at the 2018 Great British Alternative Music Festival along with Bad Manners, The Blockheads, The Boomtown Rats, The Members, New Model Army, Rezillos, Sham 69 and UK Subs with many more acts still to be announced. The Great British Alternative Music Festival takes place in Skegness, UK between the 5th and 8th October 2018 in heated indoor venues with onsite accommodation.
Dirt Box Disco‘s website can be found here
Tickets for the Great British Alternative Music Festival can be ordered here
February 20, 2018
Abraskadabra are a ska punk band from Brazil, the ensemble’s new record Welcome has been released today, February 20th 2018, and delivers their own vision of the ska punk essence. Written as a whole band, they searched for a raw punchy sound while exploring the full capacity of melody, instead of recording in a traditional studio environment the group crammed themselves into an old house and captured everyone’s feelings and motivations in the moment.
The Punk Site review of Welcome can be read here
Welcome can be streamed and downloaded via Bandcamp here