New Review Update: New Reviews for September 22, 2017
Today's reviews are: Andrew Jackson Jihad - People Who Can Eat People Are The Luckiest People In The WorldSuch Gold - Deep In A HoleTadaima - Whatever Feels GoodYou can check out any of our reviews right here.
Music: GBH: "Fifty What?"
GBH have released a new song called "Fifty What?" The track will be on their upcoming album Momentum which is due out on November 17, 2017 via Hellcat Records. You can listen to the song below.
Music: Kindling: "Destroy Yrself"
Massachusetts' alternative rock band Kindling have announced they signed to 6131 Records and will be releasing a full length record with the label. The album is called Hush and is due out on November 6th. The band has released the first track called "Destroy Yrself" to celebrate this announcement. The band will be playing a few shows this fall. See below to check out the track and tour dates.
Music: Citizen: "Fever Days" and "Flowerchild"
Alt-rock band Citizen released two new songs recently. The tracks are called "Fever Days" and "Flowerchild". The tracks will be released on their upcoming new record titled As You Please. As You Please is due out October 6, 2017 on Run For Cover Records. The band will be heading out on tour with Sorority Noise and Great Grandpa this fall to support the upcoming release. See below to listen to the new tracks.
Streams: Chalk Hands release debut EP
Brighton, UK's Chalk Hands have released their debut EP, Burrows & Other Hideouts, as a free/name-your-price download via their Bandcamp page (although, if you prefer something solid, you can also pick up a CD version). You can check out the lead track, "Burrows," below. They will also be playing a couple of gigs in their hometown this month and next, and you can check out those dates under the stream below.
The Riptides: "Goodbye Hawaii"
The Riptides have released a video for their song "Goodbye Hawaii." The vid was directed by Petr Maur. The track is off Canadian Graffiti out now. Check out th video and album below.
Videos: Days N Daze perform "To Risk To Live" live at A Fistful Of Vinyl
Days N'' Daze stopped by the KXLU studio to perform their song "To Risk To Live." The track is off their album Crustfall which came out in 2017. You can watch the video below.
Streams: CONDITIONER release debut EP
Newfoundland-based garage punk act CONDITIONER have released their debut, self-titled EP as a name-your-price download via their Bandcamp page. You can check out the track "All Caught Up" from the album below.
Screaming Females: "Black Moon"
Screaming Females have released a new song. It's called "Black Moon." The band is working on a new album, so it may be off of that. Check out a link to the song below. The band is also about to go on tour.
Streams: Ça tire! releases new comp "Ça tire! Vol. 3"
French-Canadian punk radio show Ça tire! has released their third comp. Featuring bands from the Quebec scene such as Go Great Guns and ExHibition, along with a few from France and Belgium, you can expect a mixture of English and French throughout the comp, ça va ? The comp is available as a name-your-price download via Bandcamp. You can check out the track "Le 2 de pique" by Bravo Câlisse below. Here is a new free/name your price comp.
Tours: Big Eyes (Midwest)
Big Eyes have announced a midwestern tour that is schedule for late September. A few of the shows will also include Vacation. The band last released Stake My Claim in 2016. You can see the list of tour dates below.
Frank Zappa is back! (in hologram form)
Following in the wake of Holo-Tupac, Holo-Eazy, and Holo-Dio, Frank Zappa is going to be resurrected from the dead via a fancy light show. Eyellusion, the same company that summoned Holo-Dio, will be manufacturing their own Frank and forcing him to perform the entirety of his thee act album, Joe's Garage "live" on stage. Zappa bandmates Ian Underwood, guitarist Denny Walley and woodwind player Napoleon Murphy Brock are expected to be a part of the performance. Also, Zappa's guitarists Steve Vai, Adrian Belew, Mike Keneally and Warren Cuccurullu, along with bassists Scott Thunes and Arthur Barrow and drummer Vinnie Colaiuta may appear at some shows. The whole operation is being produced by the Zappa family trust, which currently, is headed by Ahmet Zappa. Ahmet is currently feuding with his siblings Moon and Dweezil, but stated that he hopes they will be a part of the show. In a release, Ahmet said "I'm thrilled that Frank Zappa will finally be going back out on tour playing his most well-known music as well as some rare and unheard material."We can't wait to bring his creative work back to the stage with the musicians he loved to play with ... who are committed to being part of this epic endeavor. When I spoke with them, they were excited at the prospect of performing alongside Frank once again and can't wait to give fans an unforgettable experience."
Tours: Chuck Ragan (Germany)
Chuck Ragan will be playing some shows in Germany in November. He last released The Flame in the Flood in 2016. You can see the list of shows below.
Videos: Punchline perform "Ghostie" at LFTRR
Long-running Pennsylvania act Punchline paid a visit to Live! from The Rock Room to jam out a couple of songs, the first of which is now up. The track, "Ghostie," comes off of the band's album Just Say Yes, which was released in 2008 on Fueled By Ramen Records.
Videos: Supernothing: "Smooth Operator"
London ska-punk trio Supernothing has released a music video for their song "Smooth Operator." The track is off of the band's first LP, Black and Blue, Thrills and Spills, which dropped this past August, and is a follow up to their 2014's Six Simple Steps To Superhooliganism split with Hooligan Collective.