In 2009, Night Birds resuscitated the surf-inspired 80’s hardcore sound and have been cranking it to a new level ever since. We’re super stoked to announce Mutiny at Muscle Beach, the band’s third full-length and first on Fat. It’s an unrepentantly raw blast of punk rock that evokes the spirit of Adolescents, Dead Kennedys, Germs, D.I. and Circle Jerks, while further integrating modern influences and a healthy dose of passionate innovation. Just like Night Birds’ live show, Mutiny at Muscle Beach brims with an epileptic energy that defies the listener to sit still. Consume your first dizzying assault of Mutiny at Muscle Beach over at the A.V. Club who premiered “Left in the Middle” last week! Then read what singer Brian Gorsegner had to say about the release:
This Spring we went back to Seaside Lounge Studios in Brooklyn, NY with Mitch Rackin at the helm, and seasoned punk rock recording vet, Chris Pierce, producing. This record is also the debut of our new drummer Darick Sater crushing behind the kit. The 2+ years we worked on this album were coincidentally my most sleep deprived / over caffeinated period of life.. While that’s a combination that works like a charm in a pinch, over enough time leaves you feeling anxious, jittery, on edge, and in a general “set-to-destroy” state of being. I feel like those emotions are proudly displayed all over this record.
Blast into your weekend with two brand new/not new releases! Out today, PEARS’ Go to Prison and Useless ID’s The Lost Broken Bones. We couldn’t be more excited to get each of these releases to the masses under the Fat banner. Our New Orleans hardcore upstarts, PEARS, do not know what it means to relax. Not only have they been recording their new album which is set to be released in 2016, but they are playing a grip of shows: our Fat Anniversary shows in San Francisco and Los Angeles, Riot Fest, a tour with Teenage Bottlerocket and FEST! So, what are you waiting for? Order a copy of Go to Prison today! Listen on Spotify or Bandcamp.
Useless ID premiered a song via Substream Magazine yesterday titled “Dissolve,” a bonus track culled from our brand new reissue of The Lost Broken Bones. This reissue brings it all home with Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore from The Blasting Room who produced, engineered and mixed the album proper, and also includes seven bonus tracks! Useless ID head to Japan this September with the mighty Gorilla Biscuits and you can view those dates right here! Order a copy of The Lost Broken Bones today! Listen on Spotify or Bandcamp.
Today, Substream Magazine is premiering “Dissolve,” a bonus track culled from our brand new reissue of Useless ID’s The Lost Broken Bones! The fantastic but overlooked album that preceded their Fat debut, Symptoms, originally consisted of 12 tracks produced and recorded at The Blasting Room by Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore. Our reissue comes out tomorrow and contains seven bonus tracks from the same era. If you haven’t ordered your copy, do so today, then check out a brand new review which garnered the album a 10/10! Curious what “Dissolve” is about? Let’s have Yotam Ben Horin from Useless ID break it down for you:
If there is any place in the world which is a religion-infused society it must be Israel. At any given time it’s trying to be sold to you whether on the streets, stop signs, airports, etc…The orthodox are constantly trying to take over and force their beliefs on the non-believers. Rules that don’t apply. A life spent not living to better an after life. “Dissolve” is just about those amongst us living in a religious coma.
Today, we’re thrilled to announce that the mighty Dillinger Four will be playing the Fat Wrecked For 25 Years show in Minneapolis! The show is on August 18th at Myth Live and you can grab your tickets here!
Additionally, we’ve noticed that the ticketing fees are rather high so we’ve compiled a list of where you can procure your tickets without those hefty fees for each show below.
Toronto – Echo Beach:
Physical box office at Ontario Place
955 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto, ON M6K 3B9, Canada
11am-9pm only on show days
Physical box office @ Metropolis
30 Ste Catherine East
Montreal QC H3C 5H8
M-W 12-6, Thurs-F 12-9, Sat-Sun 12-5
Halifax – Cunard Centre:
Tickets will be available at the Ticket Atlantic box office in Scotiabank Centre, all participating Atlantic Superstores, by phone at (902) 451-1221 and online at sonicconcerts.com
Boston – House of Blues:
15 Lansdowne Street, Boston, MA 02215 (888) 693-2583
Box office @ same location, only opens 1 hour before show
Tickets also sold at Orpheum Theater – 1 Hamilton Pl, Boston, MA 02108
Open Monday- Saturday, 10am-5pm
Asbury Park – Stone Pony Summer Stage:
Box office hours are Wednesday to Monday from noon to 5 and during show hours. Closed Tuesday.
913 Ocean Ave. in Asbury Park, N.J., at the corner of Second and Ocean.
Penn’s Landing Festival Stage
Sorry, no physical box office
Chicago – Aragon Ballroom:
You can only buy tickets at the box office the day of the event.
Myth Live 651.779.6984
3090 Southlawn Drive St. Paul, MN 55109
Physical box office is at same location, 10am-6pm M-F
Box office: 651-779-6984 ext. #1
Denver – Fillmore:
1510 Clarkson Street (303) 837-0360
Box office on Colfax St. side
Open M-F 12pm-6pm Sat. 10am-2pm
6215 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
Box office open Sat 10am-2pm, Side of venue on Argyle
Listen to a brand new Night Birds song being premiered over at the A.V. Club right now! “Left in the Middle” is the first new Night Birds material in two years and is one of the exclusive new songs featured on our upcoming Fat Music Vol. 8: Going Nowhere Fat compilation, out on August 7th. Bassist Joe Keller describes it: “The song condenses all of the breath-taking excitement of a 90 minute Netflix documentary on income inequality in America into a nice, under 3 minute, punk song.” The new Night Birds album doesn’t come out until the fall, so get your copy of Going Nowhere Fat and crank up Night Birds and 24 other killer Fat bands! Then, check the dates for our Fat Wrecked for 25 Years Tour, which includes Night Birds on our two-day celebration in San Francisco next month.
Read a new interview with Joey Cape. He talks Stitch Puppy, Hang, Trashed, the Fat 25th Anniversary tour, and his favorite Fat record.
The DIckies have a show this Friday in Long Beach!
Lane from Dillinger Four sits down with Anxious and Angry on the latest podcast. Listen HERE!
You won’t be on the fence on PEARS Letters To Memaw after reading this Dying Scene review!
Pretty rad write up on Night Birds on Seattle Pi!