Entries for July, 2015

You Indie Feature: Eric Slick of Lithuania

  Eric Slick and Dominic Angelella have been collaborating as Lithuania for about a decade, and yet until recently they’ve only had an EP (Heavy Hands) and a 7″ (Domesticated God) to show. The two friends are infinitely busy—Slick plays drums in Dr. Dog and Angelella writes songs for DRGN KING—but they finally orchestrated the time to [...]

Death announce tour dates (2015)

Detroit proto-punk legends Death are headed to the Lone Star State once more next month. In the eight years since the rediscovery and release of their classic, proto-punk, never-saw-the-light-of-day LP, …For the Whole World to See, Death have been anything but stagnant. While some legendary groups might simply sit back and cash in on their [...]

Latterman members form Tender Defender

Former members of Latterman have revealed a new project over at Noisey. The new band is called Tender Defender and features former Latterman members Phil Douglas of Iron Chic, Mattie Jo Canino of RVIVR and Pat Schramm of Bridge and Tunnel. The band has also shared a track titled “Hello Dirt,” which you can listen [...]

Bikini Kill reissue Revolution Girl Style Now

Bikini Kill is the infamously fierce, riot grrrl band featuring feminist punk pioneers Kathleen Hanna, Tobi Vail, Billy Karren and Kathi Wilcox. Bikini Kill’s first collection of work, Revolution Girl Style Now, will be released on vinyl, CD, and digital formats for the first time on September 22 via Bikini Kill Records. There will also have [...]

Topshelf Records reissue Weatherbox’s The Cosmic Drama

Topshelf Records has announced plans to reissue Weatherbox’s classic 2009 LP The Cosmic Drama, on CD and vinyl on September 18. Pre-orders are now available here. Originally released on Doghouse Records, the reissue will feature fully remastered audio with bonus tracks and an unreleased version of “They’re Ready For Us To Come Home.” The beloved [...]

Three One G reissue Unbroken 7″

Amidst recent new releases by Retox, Narrows, and Hot Nerds, Three One G Records looks back in time now to present a very special reissue. September 11, the label will reissue the record that began it all: the very first Three One G release, Unbroken’s ”And/Fall on Proverb” seven-inch. Originally released in 1994, Unbroken’s “And/Fall on Proverb” seven-inch is the release that [...]

Infinity Girl share “Dirty Sun” from forthcoming Harm

Infinity Girl is premiering a new song titled “Dirty Sun” on Noisey. The track appears on the band’s upcoming Topshelf Records debut Harm, which is available for pre-order here. Noisey writes, “Infinity Girl is a four piece rock band out of Brooklyn that play music that can be best described as gloomy yet fun. The [...]

Cold Sore perform “Streetcleaners”

Cold Sore perform “Streetcleaners,” a song off of their brand new split 7″ with The Light last night.  Enjoy:

Heat share video for “This Life,” tour (2015)

Heat shares the crisp new minimal music video for “This Life” today via Brooklyn Vegan. “For the video, we wanted the aesthetic to reflect the simplicity of the song,” explains lead singer Susil Sharma. ”Jimmi Francoeur (director) and the band decided to highlight the band’s performance against an open white studio space, matching the open-ness of the song. [...]

Worriers stream Imaginary Life

Political pop-punk band, Worriers, reveal their debut album Imaginary Life, streaming exclusively with NPR First Listen now until release on August 7 via Don Giovanni Records. Produced by Laura Jane Grance of Against Me! and recorded/mixed by Marc Jacob Hudson (Saves The Day, Against Me!), the new record reinforces the powerful punk prowess that fans [...]