NY’s Timeshares is streaming their recently released new EP, On Life Support, over on Bandcamp. The album is available for pay-what-you-want download and follows their sophomore full-length, Already Dead, released back in 2015 via SideOneDummy Records.
Listen to and download the album below.
Last year The Bouncing Souls released their tenth full length, Simplicity, on Rise Records, and the New Jersey punk rock legends show no signs of slowing down. The band have now released a music video for the track, Satellite, that coincides with the announcement of Stoked For The Summer 2, the second year of the band’s curated hometown show extravaganza at the Stone Pony Summer Stage which is sure to be a night to remember with The Bouncing Souls recruiting their friends Lucero, The Menzingers, Mickey Rickshaw and Timeshares.
You can view the video for Simplicity, and The Bouncing Souls tour dates, below Read More…
NY’s Timeshares has announced that they will be heading on tour this August. The band will be supporting their sophomore full-length, Already Dead, released this past Spring via SideOneDummy Records.
Listen to the full disc here courtesy SPIN.
After enjoying early career highlights as the underdogs on Kiss Of Death Records, New York gruff punk act Timeshares has made the jump to the ever-reputable SideOneDummy Records. Bursting out on the ever-crucial sophomore full length, the Downstate four-piece aims to take their game to the next level of stick-in-your-head punk-rock. This time around, Already Dead further develops Timeshares’ identity by infusing a faint country-tinge that could easily see them opening for Lucero or Arliss Nancy. The direction compliments Timeshares’ already deep-seated appeal and sees them entering that next stage of artist development.
Right from the get go, fans will point to how Timeshares have evolved a really “full” and layered depth of character that surpases their former hooks without ignoring their roots. Opener “State Line To State Line” still bears the comfortable but rough-edged markings of an Elway meets Bangers hybrid, but with a newfound push taking hold every time a verse erupts into searing chorus flames. “Tail Light” pulls out all the stops with full band bolstered vocals made all the more impactful by a boastful drum battering serving as the exclamation mark at the end of each note. Before long, the band ups the guitar twang and injects a hint of country lovin’ in their voice. “The Bad Parts” and “Heavy Hangs” makes out Timeshares as clearly indebted to Lucero’s more subtle altrock strut in a smug, confident kind of way. But the attitude is not entirely pervasive, with Timeshares tactfully returning to varying degrees of frayed, riff heavy pop-punk in songs like “Spend The Night” and “The New Incisions.” Combined with a synergetic relationship between each vocalist, the band covers plenty of ground in a concise ten tracks.
Timeshares’ simplistic yet authentic approach should mean Already Dead receives easy acclaim from the punk rock community. It’s a simple album that avoids blending into the backdrop by not shying away from a tuneful hook. While not necessarily pushing boundaries, the band’s latest form certainly strike up a great new balance; and unlike more artsy labelmates like Restorations, Timeshares offer up an instant appeal that should make fans of listeners after even a few short tracks.
NY’s Timeshares has premiered a full stream of their upcoming sophomore full-length, Already Dead, due out April 28, 2015 via SideOneDummy Records. Shortly after release, the band will be headlining a European tour that will take them through France, Germany, Austria, Italy, the UK and more.
Listen to the full disc here courtesy SPIN.
NY’s Timeshares has premiered a new song. The song is titled “Heavy Hangs” and comes from their upcoming sophomore full-length, Already Dead, due out April 28, 2015 via SideOneDummy Records. Shortly after release, the band will be headlining a European tour that will take them through France, Germany, Austria, Italy, the UK and more.
Listen to the full disc here courtesy Stereogum.
NY’s Timeshares has premiered a new music video. The video features the song “Spend The Night” from their upcoming sophomore full-length, Already Dead, due out April 28, 2015 via SideOneDummy Records. Shortly after release, the band will be headlining a European tour that will take them through France, Germany, Austria, Italy, the UK and more.
Watch the full video below.
NY’s Timeshares has premiered a new music video. The video features the song “The Bad Parts” from theri upcoming sophomore full-length, Already Dead, due out April 28, 2015 via SideOneDummy Records. Shortly after release, the band will be headlining a European tour that will take them through France, Germany, Austria, Italy, the UK and more.
Watch the full video below.
NY’s Timeshares has announced that the band will release their sophomore full-length, Already Dead, on April 28, 2015 via SideOneDummy Records. Shortly after release, the band will be headlining a European tour that will take them through France, Germany, Austria, Italy, the UK and more. Some dates will support Astpai.
Tours dates can be found below.
Lemon Tree Records is streaming a brand new compilation. The disc features contributions from Goddamnit, BARONS, Kill Lincoln, Rational Anthem, Timeshares, Podacter, Gameday Regulars, The Tired & True, No Such Noise, and Nobody Yet.
Give the disc a whirl here. Download or donate if you like it.
, Gameday Regulars
, Kill Lincoln
, Lemon Tree Records
, No Such Noise!
, Nobody Yet
, Rational Anthem
, The Tired & True
Suburbia, a DIY venue located in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, has announced the upcoming release of an exclusive 7-Inch Box Set. The set will featuring four split 7-inches containing brand new songs from Pet Symmetry, The Saddest Landscape, Timeshares, Luther,Broadcaster, By Surprise, Half Hearted Hero and Earworms, the Suburbia Box Set.
Go here pre-order the box set or the individual splits.
The set is limited to 100 copies on clear vinyl and includes a koozie and sticker. Each 7-inch set comes in a screen-printed box that features live photos from the bands playing at the house. The logo of the box set was crafted by Richard Minino of Horsebites Design.
New York’s Timeshares are set to do a tour of the North Eastern US in February in support of their 2011 Kind Of Like Records album, Bearable.
The dates are below.
Timeshares recently sat down for a couple live renditions of their songs on the Switchboard Sessions. The band plays and discusses the songs “Damn Near By Beer” as well as a Drive By Trucker cover of “The Deeper In.” The band continues to support their recent full length, Bearable available now as a free download over on If You Make It. The physical release was released courtesy Kind of Like Records.
Listen to the songs and read the explanation here.
Timeshares was one of the first bands I really got into when their first EP was promoted as a free download over on ifyoumakeit. Now they’re on a label which is kind enough to release their debut LP as a free download for the next month. It’s titled Bearable, and much like the first, it’s full of fun, friendly good times played in the key of rough jangled hooks. But don’t take my word for it, there is only three weeks left, get downloading!
Timeshares – Bearable
Download The Album From ifyoumakeit
Timeshares has jumped the gun and is giving away their brand new full length album, Bearable as a free download over on If You Make It. The download comes a full week ahead of the band’s October 25, 2011 release date. The physical release will be available courtesy Kind of Like Records.
Download the album here.
Timeshares have posted “From An Admirer Not Darryl,” a new song from their forthcoming debut LP Bearable, for free download on their website.
Bearable is due out October 25th through Kind Of Like Records and Kiss Of Death Records.
The band has also announced a string of tour dates leading up to The Fest in Gainvesille as well as an appearance at the Kind Of Like Records and Kiss Of Death Records Unofficial CMJ Showcase. Dates include shows with the likes of Iron Chic, Dead To Me, and Cobra Skulls as well as extensive runs with UK band Bangers and New Jersey’s The Great Explainer.
The dates are below.
Timeshares have posted another new song titled “Oh No Not That” on their website.
The track comes from the band’s debut album Bearable; which will be available October 25th through Kind Of Like Records and Kiss Of Death Records.
Bearable will be available in vinyl and digital formats and follows up a split 7″ with Captain, We’re Sinking and the band’s 3 song demo which is available for free download through If You Make It.
The song can also be heard below.
Timeshares has revealed details regarding their freshly announced debut full-length, Bearable, jointly due out October 25 via Kind Of Like Records and Kiss Of Death Records. Bassist/vocalist Mike Natoli describes the concept behind the songs:
“None of us were particularly happy with our lives but realized things could be worse. I think the idea that bearable could describe so many aspects of our lives was very fitting.”
Guitarist/vocalist Jon Hernandez alaborates:
“Bearable is the record we wanted to make and the foot forward we wanted to put down… Even the songs from the initial demo are now recorded after given the time to develop from a band who was learning to mold into what we’ve hoped to become. Though, that’s not to say we’re there yet at all.”
The band is offering fans a first listen and free download of their new song “Too Many ELO Days” over on their website.
Album art and track listing can be found below.
The Timeshares are a great little sloppy pop-punk act. Check them out if you like this type of stuff.
Timeshares – Self Titled
Download the Album From ifyoumakeit