Check out a brand new song from Dead To Me off Moscow Penny Ante, titled “Victims Of No Ambition” by clicking HERE! If you missed the other songs DTM have premiered, go HERE and HERE. Additionally we’re stoked to announce another CMJ show, this one is free and during the day at the SoHo Chrome store on October 20th. The party starts at 5PM and Banner Pilot and Dead To Me will perform half hour sets each. We’ll then haul ass over to our night showcase at Union Hall to join Old Man Markley and The Flatliners. If you’re waiting to buy tickets , get on the stick since the showcase is almost sold out. Listen to this track from Banner Pilor, and click here to check out Nate’s playlist on spotify! You can pre-order the new DTM and Banner Pilot albums now!
We’re releasing Star Fucking Hipsters’ Volume III: From the Dumpster To the Grave on October 11th and you can listen to an exclusive premiere of the entire album by clicking HERE! Catch them live in New York City at Europa on Oct 11th, and in the meantime download the brand new song ‘Death Is Never Out Of Fashion’.
We’re releasing Tony Sly’s latest full length, Sad Bear, on October 11th. If you’ve been at the edge of your seat to hear the album, wait no more because we have an exclusive stream happening HERE! As an extra bonus, you can download “Devonshire and Crown” off Sad Bear right now! Pre-order your very own Sad Bear by clicking here.
Hell yes, October is release madness for us and we have another exclusive song from another record. This time it’s Banner Pilot’s latest, Heart Beats Pacific! The new album comes out on October 25th and you can listen to “Alchemy” by clicking HERE! Don’t miss them on tour, they’ll be hitting our CMJ showcase and Fest! Dates HERE.
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.