Entries for November, 2016

Behind The Music: Even Nazis Eat Breakfast

YouIndie is trying something out.  We all have amazing stories about music.  Whether it is our association with a particular song or artist or the funny or awkward experiences we had at shows or after parties or while touring.  This is one of them… Submitted by Keith Ulrey of New Granada Records “More of post-show/tour [...]

The Flatliners tour in support of Nerves (2016)

Over the last several years, The Flatliners have found success through the traditional punk rock, DIY route of nonstop touring and word of mouth promotion that has led to a cult following of fans around the world. With each release the band stays true to form, with an impressive knack for creating punk/rock anthems that [...]

Speak Low If You Speak Love covers Jimmy Eat World’s “Kill”

Singer-songwriter and State Champs bassist Ryan Scott Graham’s solo indie-rock project Speak Low If You Speak Love has debuted a new cover of Jimmy Eat World’s coveted song “Kill” at AltPress.com. Listen to Speak Low If You Speak Love’s cover of “Kill” now at AltPress.com: http://bit.ly/2ebUM5E “I had originally worked on the cover to be [...]

The Damned record new album, tour (2017)

The Damned (Dave Vanian, Captain Sensible, Monty Oxymoron, Pinch, and Stu West) will be heading into the studio this winter to record a brand new album, their first since 2008′s ‘So, Who’s Paranoid?’, for release in 2017, with a pre-order link for the CD, colored vinyl, as well as exclusive merch (and experiences) available at [...]

NOBODYS share “Joe Queer Kicked Me Out”

Here is the premiere the second single from the new NOBODYS record, Hussy, “Joe Queer Kicked Me Out.” The title says it all, doesn’t it? “Joe Queer Kicked Me Out” is a tongue-in-cheek, snark filled anthem about the the incident that saw JJ Nobody was fired from being the touring bass player for THE QUEERS mid tour [...]

UNIFORM share “Ghosthouse,” ready full-length for early 2017

UNIFORM debut their first single with Sacred Bones. ”Ghosthouse” shows the incisiveness that Ben Greenberg (ex-The Men, Hubble, and the producer/engineer responsible for much of the Sacred Bones catalog) and Michael Berdan (ex-Drunkdriver,  York Factory Complaint) now have at their command. The title track addresses the feeling of lying awake at night and wondering if it’s still possible to make peace with [...]

Muncie Girls release video for “Social Side,” tour (2016)

Animal Style Records released the debut LP, From Caplan to Belsize, from Exeter, UK’s Muncie Girls earlier this year. The record was a split release with Specialist Subject Records and Uncle M Music. You can Order it now! Indie-punk trio Muncie Girls have revealed a new music video for ‘Social Side’, which is the latest [...]

Refused to release Servants of Death EP

Swedish avant-punk heroes Refused will release their new EP Servants of Death on November 25. Arriving on Record Store Day – Back to Black Friday, Servants of Death includes several live tracks captured during Refused’s recent tours. Along with two ferocious studio tracks “Servants of Death” and “Stolen Voices,” an unreleased song from the Freedom [...]

Blood Orange releases video for “I Know”

Blood Orange - aka Dev Hynes – released one of 2016′s most talked-about albums in the form of Freetown Sound, a vital, brilliant record that continues to shine months after its unveiling. Blood Orange also released the video for Freetown Sound standout “I Know”. Directed by Hynes with collaborator Tracy Antonopoulos, and featuring ballet dancer Maria Kochetkova (principal dancer at [...]

Enemies prepare final album, Valuables, for release via Topshelf Records

Enemies will release their third and final album, Valuables, on December 9 via Topshelf Records. Valuables documents a turbulent time for the band — intensive writing, recording and touring, coupled with a lack of shared vision, led to a decision that harmony in ending is ultimately more valuable than discord in continuing. The album’s latest single, “Leaves,” [...]