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Meek Is Murder ready Onward/Into the Sun

Meek Is Murder announced the May 5 release of its third full-length album: Onward/Into the Sun. Check out Noisey’s exclusive premiere of “Outward,” a track off Onward/Into the Sun, along with a video from the recording session, here. As Noisey’s Brad Cohan warns, it’s a “face-ripping sonic assault of dizzying riffage and bloody-throated screamoidness… Damaged-era [...]

Prurient prepares Frozen Niagara Falls for release

Known as America’s most prominent noise figurehead, for nearly 20 years under the moniker of Prurient, Dominick Fernow has created a sonic entity unlike any other in the realm of experimental, ambient, and noise music respectively.  Throughout a massive repertoire that consists of full-lengths, EP’s, splits, singles, limited cassette runs and 7” releases, etc., Prurient [...]

UnWed share “Raise the Kids,” play shows (2015)

UnWed recently announced their debut LP, Raise the Kids (out April 14 via 6131 Records) and now the band has returned with a new track and set of shows around the release.  The band, consisting of Neltie, Arty Shepherd, Jason Black, Matthew Kane, and Jeff Gensterblum, has also unveiled a track from the album (see [...]

Anti-Flag share American Spring details

Historically, Pittsburgh-based punk stalwarts Anti-Flag have always had important, socially conscious messages to convey and musical statements they’ve been driven to make. That ethos remains intact with their new album, American Spring, which is their Spinefarm Records debut and is due out on May 26. “The songs of American Spring are an aggressive critique of [...]

Self Defense Family ready splits with Creative Adult, Touche Amore, tour (2015)

Self Defense Family are one of today’s most prolific punk bands. Through countless releases and many musical contributors (they have had more than ten active members at any given time), their collective has grown in both sound and vision. Next Tuesday, the band will release two 7inch EP’s – one, a split with Creative Adult [...]

Kopecky ready album for ATO Records, tour (2015)

Kopecky announced that their second album, Drug for the Modern Age, set to be released on May 19 via ATO Records. The new record takes the many shake-ups the band’s endured over the past few years and turns them into inspiration for groove-driven, melody-heavy alt-pop that’s intensely emotional and strangely exhilarating. The album is now [...]

The Demigs share “Malamine,” tour (2015)

Denton, TX quartet The Demigs premiere the first track from their forthcoming 20-song double album today via PopMatters. The tune, “Melamine” is available to hear & share HERE. (Direct Soundcloud HERE.) The Demigs are somewhat both an anomaly in and spiritual heirs to their home state’s mixed musical traditions. While listeners can hear elements of [...]

Big Harp share “It’s a Shame”

Big Harp is the husband and wife indie-pop outfit of Chris Senseney and Stefanie Drootin-Senseney. Today, the LA-based band is releasing the fuzzy and infectious guitar-pop single “It’s a Shame” (Stream), from their upcoming 7″, which will be released via Fat Possum on March 10th. SPIN premiered the track today calling it, “hard-hitting and anchored in a great [...]

Museum Mouth releases third full-length, shares “Sacred” video

NC indie/punk/pop band Museum Mouth released their third full-length, Alex I Am Nothing, on Self Aware Records in the Summer of 2014. The LP is available for Order from Self Aware. You can stream the album in full on Bandcamp. You can see the exclusive premiere for the “Sacred” video now on Brooklyn Vegan. You [...]

Laura Jane Grace produces Worriers album

Worriers have released a little update about the recording of their new album. The band is currently recording the release with Mark Hudson. The band also revealed that Against Me!’s Laura Jane Grace is serving as the release’s producer. The Worriers are a supergroup of sorts, spearheaded by Lauren Measure. Other people contributing to the [...]