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Martin of Limp Wrist w/ Los Crudos at Chaos in Tejas '13 (more by Fred Pessaro)

Amidst the crush of Northside shows that start today is a little band named Limp Wrist. The queercore punk favorites will play the Williamsburg fest at a sold-out Union Pool on Saturday (6/15), and a non-Northside show at Le Poisson Rouge on 6/16 with Hoax (who also recently played Chaos in Tejas), Nomad, Give and S.H.I.T. which are part of a string of dates. Tickets are still available for LPR, or you can try your hand at winning a pair! Details on how are below.

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by Fred Pessaro


UK punk favorites Conflict, which only contains original vocalist Colin Jerwood at this point, will return to the US for a short set of dates with more promised for 2014, as reported on Invisible Oranges. So far the shows include stops in Minneapolis, Chicago and Providence, as well as a stop at Warsaw on October 26. Ticketing info is forthcoming.

UPDATE: Venue and date has changed, as has the whole tour.

All tour dates are listed, along with streams of a couple classic Conflict cuts, below.

Continue reading "Conflict playing select US shows in October (dates) (UPDATED)"

Destruction Unit at Chaos in Tejas 2013 (more by Sarah Frankie Linder)
Destruction Unit

Southwestern psychedelic punk favorites and live juggernaut Destruction Unit have released the video for "Sonic Pearl" from the band's Two Strong Hits 7-inch out via Suicide Squeeze. Check that out below. The release is not the only new tracks that the band will add to their repertoire in the near future, as DU will also welcome the forthcoming LP, Deep Trip, which is due on Sacred Bones on August 20. Check out the art for Deep Trip below.

As mentioned, Destruction Unit will play NXNE as well as NYC twice this weekend, at a sold-out 285 Kent on Saturday (6/15) with Milk Music and Merchandise, and Sunday (6/16) at Shea Stadium with Nu Sensae (tickets). Both NYC shows are part of Northside Festival. Highly recommended.

That video and remaining dates are below.

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Black Flag

Ray Petitbon, the brother of Greg Ginn of Black Flag and designer of that band's logo and album covers (among other work), is at the center of a short documentary by MOCAtv titled Punk - Black Flag - Art + Music. Featuring interviews with Henry Rollins, Keith Morris, Chuck Dukowski, Flea and the artist himself, the documentary examines the iconic Black Flag logo and the flyers that made such an impact on the West Coast hardcore scene of the early 80s. The film was produced by Bryan Ray Turcotte, the author of Fucked Up + Photocopied..., and look for forthcoming videos with Crass and Dead Kennedys. Meanwhile, you can watch Punk - Black Flag - Art + Music below.

Black Flag play three shows this week, all of which are sold out though limited Northside badges will be accepted at Friday (6/14) and Saturday's (6/15) shows at Warsaw.

Continue reading "watch a documentary about punk artist / Black Flag logo designer Raymond Pettibon"

by Fred Pessaro

Career Suicide at Acheron on Saturday (more by Sarja Hasan)
Career Suicide

After playing a muddy Governor's Ball, Jonah Falco from Fucked Up headed over to The Acheron on Saturday night (June 8) to headline a rare appearance with another punk-leaning undertaking, Career Suicide. Enlisting support from Vaginors, Bloodkrow Butcher, Herpes, Virginia Tech and Primitive Pact, the sold-out show was pure fury, causing raised fists, sing-alongs and general mayhem in the space. Pictures from The Acheron on Saturday night are up at Invisible Oranges.

The day after playing Acheron, Career Suicide headed over to WFMU to record a session set to air Wednesday (6/12) at 7PM as part of Distort Jersey City.

Night Birds at Grand Victory (more by Harriet Roberts)
Night Birds

NJ/Brooklyn punk quartet Night Birds are readying their new LP, Born to Die in Suburbia, for release on July 9 via Grave Mistake. You can check out a couple tracks off the album now -- including a premiere of "Modern Morons" which you can stream below.

Asmentioned, Night Birds have their record release party at Death by Audio on July 12th with Omegas, and will then be touring with Zero Boys which hits NYC at Europa on August 29 (tickets). All dates are listed below.

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Coliseum at Knitting Factory last month (more by Greg Cristman)

Coliseum's Sister Faith is garnering a bit of attention lately, and the Louisville punk band will stay out on the road in continued celebration/plugging of the release, including, as mentioned, for the the reunited Girls Against Boys at Bowery Ballroom on 9/11 (tickets). New dates have been added to their tour and those are listed below.

While the band was in NYC, Coliseum stoped into Braund Sound to record a video session which surfaces for the first time here. Check out Coliseum running through "Late Night Trains" and "Doing Time" below.

Continue reading "watch a new Coliseum live video session ++ updated tour dates"


Finding Joseph I is a feature-length documentary currently in production that will detail the life of the legendary Bad Brains frontman and solo artist HR. The film features interviews with Questlove, Vernon Reid, Yasiin Bey (Mos Def), Chino Moreno (Deftones), Norwood Fisher (Fishbone), Ian MacKaye and even an interview with the enigmatic madman himself. Check out a trailer below and give to a Kickstarter if you so desire.

The film also features music from a new HR undertaking, Project Lividity. Check out a snippet from one new track, "Thank You," below.

Continue reading "documentary about Bad Brains' HR in production; HR starts new group, Project Lividity"

Martin Rev w/ Suicide at Moogfest 2011 (more by Diana Wong)
Martin Rev

You may remember that NYC synthpunk legends Sucide were supposed to play a hometown show last year but cancelled due to illness, which means it's still been some time since we've had a chance to see them locally (though they have been somewhat active). Still no word on a NYC show from the duo, but one half of the group, keyboardist Martin Rev, will play his first solo show in NYC in five years on June 21 at The Bowery Electric. Support at the show comes from You. and Eraas who definitely owe more than a little of their sound to the groundwork Suicide helped pave. Tickets for the Bowery Electric show are on sale now. A full stream of Suicide's 1977 self titled debut and a couple Martin Rev videos below.

That same support lineup, You. and Eraas, also support ADULT. at their previously discussed NYC show on June 8 at 285 Kent. Black Marble is on that bill too. Tickets are still available. Eraas also have an upcoming Glasslands (6/29) show with Soon-To-Be Innocent Fun and Ritual Howls (tickets).

If '70s NYC punk is your thing, you may also consider heading to Bowery Electric TONIGHT (5/30), where The Dictators NYC (aka the new name of Dick Manitoba's band, which also features former Dictators Ross "The Boss" Friedman and JP "Thunderbolt" Patterson) are playing with Radio Birdman guitarist Deniz Tek, long-running Queens garage rockers The Fleshtones, and Brooklyn punks Livids (the new project of New Bomb Turks frontman Eric Davidson). Advance tickets for tonight's show are sold out, but the venue will have some tickets at the door. First come, first serve so get there early!

Videos and song streams below...

Continue reading "Martin Rev (Suicide) playing first NYC show in 5 years at Bowery Electric (where Dictators & Deniz Tek play tonight)"


Cali punk vets D.I. (who share[d] members with Adolescents and Social Distortion) are still kicking (they released the United We Slam EP last year) and they're set to go on a US tour this year. That tour brings them to NYC for a show at Brooklyn venue The Grand Victory on June 21 with Brooklyn punks Nuclear Santa Claust, Brooklyn queercore band Runny, and Agitator. Tickets for that show are on sale now. All D.I. dates are listed below.

Nuclear Santa Claust, whose solid new album, Order of the New Age, came out earlier this year on Don Giovanni, also have another local show a week later on June 28 at Acheron as part of a mostly-hardcore lineup including Iron Reagan and Dropdead, in addition to Agitator who also play the Grand Victory show with NSC. Tickets for the Acheron show are on sale now.

All dates are listed on the tour flyer, along with a live D.I. video, below...

Continue reading "D.I. going on US tour, playing NYC w/ Nuclear Santa Claust (who also play w/ Dropdead & Iron Reagan)"

photos by Keith Marlowe, Harriet Roberts

Night Birds @ Grand Victory last month
Night Birds

Night Birds are readying the release of Born to Die in Suburbia, the band's new LP due on July 9 via Grave Mistake. The record, which was recorded at Seaside Lounge this past winter, features guest appearances from Eric Davidson (New Bomb Turks, The Livids) and Miranda Taylor (Hunchback, Black Wine). Check out the album art and the tracklisting below.

The band has a bunch of tour dates to go with the release announcement, including dates toward Chaos in Tejas, Death By Audio on July 12 with Omegas and Chris Gethard, PLUS a weekend with Zero Boys that includes the previously discussed show at Europa on 8/29 (tickets). Full tour schedule is below.

Night Birds played with Tenement on April 11 at Grand Victory, and you can check out some belated pictures from the show below.

Continue reading "Night Birds announce new LP details, tour dates ++ belated pics from Grand Victory in April"

words & photos by Keith Marlowe

Turbonegro @ Irving Plaza, 5/18

Turbonegro played Irving Plaza Saturday night (5/18), their only East Coast gig before a short West Coast tour (with Torche opening,) that ends with them headlining Punk Rock Bowling with Bad Religion on May 26. The ever-present Turbojugend jackets illustrated how far people had come -- up and down the East Coast -- to make this show, repping from Boston down to Atlanta.

Turbo opened with "Just Flesh," playing a solid set of classics and songs off the new record, Sensual Harassment. People were streaming over the barricade all night, not letting up until the end of the last song, a furious cover of "Final Solution," by Cleveland punk greats Rocket from the Tombs.

Turbo's Volcom labelmates, NYC's Dirty Fences, opened the show, playing a lot of songs off their new album Too High to Kross. They also closed with a cover that has become a staple of their set, "Can't Tame Me" by the Benders.

More pictures from Irving Plaza are below.

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and punk is dead again...


Roger Miret w/ Agnostic Front at Power of the Riff 2012 (more by Greg Cristman)
Roger Miret

We were just talking about Brooklyn's The So So Glos, who released their pop punk-y new album, Blowout, performed on Letterman, and are currently on tour with Titus Andronicus. That tour doesn't hit NYC (Titus plays a free NYC show in August though), but we said it probably wouldn't be long before The So So Glos announce their own NYC show. Well, they've just announced one and it happens right after that tour on May 26 at Knitting Factory with Heaven's Gate, Dinowalrus, and Trabajo. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (5/10) at 10 AM.

The So So Glos are also set to play a Northside show in the back room of Public Assembly on June 14 (only the front room will be closed) with Shapes and Le Rug. Tickets for that show are on sale now and Northside badges will also be accepted. Updated dates are listed below.

The Knitting Factory recently announced some other cool punk shows happening there soon too. Oregon Americana punks Larry and His Flask, who we wrote about when they released their Hobo's Lament EP and toured with Frank Turner, are releasing a new full length, By The Lamplight, on June 25 via Cascadian Records in the US and Frank Turner's Xtra Mile Records internationally. They'll support that album with a tour that ends on July 28 at Knitting Factory. Tickets for that show are on sale now. All dates are listed below.

Their pal Frank Turner meanwhile, will be on his own tour that hits NYC for two sold out MHOW shows in July. He just released a new video from his new album, Tape Deck Heart, which you can watch below.

Back to Knitting Factory shows: Agnostic Front frontman Roger Miret will bring his street punk band Roger Miret and the Disasters to Knitting Factory on August 24 with another Agnostic Front-related project, Stigma. Tickets for that show are on sale now.

As mentioned, Avail frontman Tim Barry will hit Knitting Factory on July 20 with Cory Branan and Des Ark. Tickets for that show are still available.

Other upcoming punk shows at Knitting Factory include power pop punks Cheap Girls (whose tour includes other NYC-area shows too) on May 17 (tickets) and post-hardcore rippers Coliseum on May 21 with the Dischord-signed Red Hare (mems. Bluetip, Dag Nasty, Swiz, Garden Variety, and more) (tickets).

All So So Glos and Larry and His Flask dates are listed, along with some videos, below...

Continue reading "So So Glos, Roger Miret & the Disasters, Larry & His Flask and more upcoming punk shows at Knitting Factory"

Zero Boys at Fun Fun Fun Fest 2011 (more by Fred Pessaro)
Zero Boys

It came out of nowhere in 1982, this punk rock/hardcore fireball with the bright yellow sleeve. In one sense, The Zero Boys' Vicious Circle was yet another example of how U.S. punk seemed to peak coast to coast that year. But unlike most coastal punk, the Zero Boys were pointing the way to a scene that could accommodate heaping helpings of melody, intelligence, and rock 'n' roll sus, not just turbo-charged ferocity.

From 1979 into '83, the Indianapolis based ZBs were the finest hardcore blitz in the Midwest if not all the lower 48 states. Proof is Vicious Circle and the two decades since of copyists, bootleggers, practitioners and reunion concert pogoers.

Though before and after that LP's 1982 release they recorded the Livin' in the 80's 7", songs for three comps and released the post-mortem History Of... cassette revealing their transformation into a toured band warming to the metaphysical and their demise while still waving torches of rock 'n' roll panache

Indiana punk band Zero Boys have reunited off and on since the 90s, including Fun Fun Fun Fest 2011. Now the band has not only the new Pro Dirt EP on the way via 1,2,3,4 Go Records, but also promises dates in the US and Europe. An NYC show has emerged; look for the band to join forces with Night Birds on August 29 at Europa. Tickets are on sale.

All currently know tour dates are listed, along with a stream of "Monkey Meat" from the new EP, below.

Continue reading "Zero Boys announce new EP and US dates including Brooklyn"

by Fred Pessaro // BBG

Doom at Maryland Deathfest 2011 (more by Fred Pessaro)

Let's face it, reunions rarely measure up to what we hope they'll be. In that rare column of bands that still have it is UK crust greats Doom, who blessed both Maryland Deathfest and Chaos in Tejas in 2011.

The live dates were positively incendiary, and hopefully the band will be able to channel that force into a recording now that they have announced the new album Corrupt Fucking System, due on Black Cloud Records this summer. The LP features "Stripped, Whipped & Crucified," a track that makes its first appearance on the Moshpit Tragedy retrospective 25 Years of Crust. Currently up for pay-what-you-want on Bandcamp, you can stream it in full at Invisible Oranges or below.

Fingers crossed for more live appearances.

Continue reading "Doom returns w/ new song from a forthcoming LP (stream)"

Jeff Hanneman

Invisible Oranges has the details on a song by Black Flag, the version featuring Greg Ginn and Ron Reyes, titled "Down in the Dirt" and will be on their forthcoming LP. They also fired a shot across the bow at that "other" band (meaning FLAG):

"not to be confused with the 'fake' Flag band currently covering the songs of BLACK FLAG in an embarrassingly weak "mailing it in" fashion*** We urge you to check out the real BLACK FLAG when they hit your area.
Keep it classy.

You can download the new Black Flag song "Down in the Dirt" for the price of your email address here. You can stream it, alongside updated tour schedule, below.

Continue reading "Black Flag releases new song (stream it), comment on FLAG"

Red Hare

As discussed, Red Hare is a new beast comprised of members of Bluetip, Dag Nasty, Garden Variety and three members of the late, great DC band Swiz. Jason Farrell, Shawn Brown, Dave Eight, and Bluetip-er Joe Gorelick make up the band, who will release their debut LP Nites of Midnite via Dischord/Hellfire on May 21, and you can check out a new track from that punk-y effort, "Be Half," below.

As you may know, Red Hare will hit the road with Coliseum as part of a string of dates that hit Knitting Factory on May 21, making that a record release show. Tickets are still available. Tour dates are below

Continue reading "Red Hare (mems Swiz, Bluetip, Garden Variety) releasing debut LP (stream a track)"

Crazy Spirit (and fan) at 285 Kent (more by Tod Seelie)
New York's Alright 2013

If you were anywhere near The Acheron, 285 Kent or Le Poisson Rouge this weekend, you might have notices the masses of leather jackets, studs, spikey hair, and general attitude. For four days (April 18-21) New York's Alright took those venues with sold-out shows at 538 Johnson, Acheron, Saint Vitus & 285 Kent and featuring bands from as far as Japan and Spain. Nihilistic, explosive punk rock shows took place during the day and at night, and included names like Hank Wood & the Hammerheads, Rival Mob, Culo, Hoax, Crazy Spirit, Green Beret, Dawn of Humans, Glam, Stagnation and many many more. Check out some pictures of the insanity at InvisibleOranges.

Limp Wrist

As discussed at InvisibleOranges, queercore punk gods Limp Wrist have returned to the fray, and will play a string of East Coast dates in mid-June that will include TWO NYC shows. The five dates in four cities will include Union Pool on June 15 (fixed) as part of a "Queers, Beers and Rears" show with a dance party directly after; and June 16 at Le Poisson Rouge. Ticket details for both are on the way.

Limp Wrist features Martin Sorrondeguy, who is part of the also-reunited Los Crudos who are scheduled to play this year's Chaos in Tejas. Sorrondeguy also recently released a photography book titled Get Shot!.

photos by Keith Marlowe

Negative Approach @ Grand Victory, 4/14/2013
Negative Approach

Hardcore legends Negative Approach played the tiny Williamsburg venue Grand Victory last night (4/15), snagging support from Violent Bullshit, Two Man Advantage and Crushed. The show was part of a weekend of dates for the band that also included a stop at festival Damaged City in DC where the band teamed with bands like Dropdead (who also played NYC last night).

More pics from Grand Victory (minus Crushed who we missed), plus NA's setlist, are below.

Continue reading "Negative Approach played Grand Victory with Violent Bullshit, Two Man Advantage and Crushed (pics / setlist)"

photos by Tim Griffin

White Lung @ Beerland - 4/6/2013

Vancouver punks White Lung are in NYC, and will play Acheron tonight (April 15) as part of a surprise appearance with Goosebumps, Syphilitic Lust and Boca Raton. Tickets are still available for this BV-presented, $8 show, a one-off from their current trek with Iceage (that hits a sold-out Bowery on Saturday [4/20]).

Syphilitic Lust, which feature members of the similarly great Shoxx, joined Dropdead last night at Acheron. Pictures are available at InvisibleOranges.

White Lung went absolutely wild with shows at SXSW 2013 (including one of our day parties), and played Austin again at Beerland last week (4/6) with Feral Future. More pictures from that show are below.

Continue reading "White Lung are here, playing Acheron tonight; played Beerland with Feral Future (pics)"

photos by Lukas Hodge

Pissed Jeans

Noisy punk team Pissed Jeans are out on the road beating down crowds with the gospel that is Honeys. The Pennsylvania quartet recently crashlanded at Bowery Ballroom on Saturday (4/13) with guests Roomrunner and Yi. Pictures from the show are in this post.

The date was the only show for Roomrunner with PJ, who has since left to catch-up with Marnie Stern as part of her set of dates.

The current Pissed Jeans shows are the band's only scheduled dates until later this summer, when they hit the festival circuit including Pitchfork 2013. All remaining shows and more  are listed, along with more pics from Bowery Ballroom, below.

Continue reading "Pissed Jeans played Bowery Ballroom with Roomrunner and Yi (pics)"

by Fred Pessaro // BBG

Dropdead at Acheron last night (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)

Providence powerviolence greats Dropdead hit Acheron in Brooklyn last night (April 14), a show on their return trek from Damaged City Fest. The night featured an eclectic lineup that ranged from punk by No Sir I, Won't, Brooklyn early-Earache-worshippers Trenchgrinder (members Skullshitter/Anicon/Gang Signs), noise/crossover punks Shoxx, police-themed powerviolence crew NARC (members of Dawn of Humans, Rosenkopf) to sludgy punk from Occult 45. Pictures from the Dropdead appearance are available at InvisibleOranges.

White Lung at SXSW 2013 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
White Lung

today in NYC
* Whiplash @ UCB
* Styles P @ BB King's
* Brain Cloud @ Barbes
* Chicha Libre @ Barbes
* Furthur @ The Capitol Theatre
* Joe Pug, Erin Ivey @ Union Hall
* Marc Maron @ Le Poisson Rouge
* Kim Richey & Darden Smith @ Joe's Pub
* Liam Finn, Railbird @ Knitting Factory
* Suuns, Weeknight @ Mercury Lounge
* Marc Broussard, Courrier @ City Winery
* Muse, Biffy Clyro @ Madison Square Garden
* Wyatt Cenac, Mark Normand, Liam McEneaney @ Littlefield
* Bobby Long, Michael Bernard Fitzgerald @ Mercury Lounge
* Matt Costa, The Blank Tapes, Vandaveer @ Bowery Ballroom
* White Lung, Syphilitic Lust, Boca Raton, Goosebumps @ The Acheron
* Jesse Harris, Sophie Auster, Leaves of Green @ Rockwood Music Hall
* The Hysterics, In School, Nuclear Spring, Solid Attitude @ Death By Audio
* J.Period, DJ Concerned, DJ Timoteo Gigante, DJ Wisdon @ Brooklyn Bowl
* Foot Village, Hurricanes of Love, Flaming Dragons of Middle Earth @ Silent Barn
* Living Room, The Reptilian, The Natural Disasters, The Moon Tooth @ Big Snow
* Swaai Boys, Gondola, Horrible Present, Goodbye, Forget It, South Paws @ Pianos
* R. Stevie Moore, Total Slacker, Tropical Ooze, Cassie Ramone (DJ Set) @ Glasslands
* Presidents of the United States of America, Eternal Summers, pow wow! @ Irving Plaza
* Silent Drape Runners, Thelma and the Sleaze, Clinical Trials, Wojcik, Little Band of Sailors @ Cake Shop

If you're headed to Irving Plaza to see The Presidents of the United States of America play their first album in full, get there early for Eternal Summers. They're currently taking pledges/pre-orders for their new album on PledgeMusic.

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This past Saturday's episode of SNL, which featured a performance by Miguel and a new Daft Punk ad, also included a Fred Armisen-led skit, which paid a "punk tribute" to the late Margaret Thatcher. The skit featured a band called Ian Rubbish and the Bizzaros, who write songs about the queen and other British politics (albeit from a different perspective than most punks had). Check out the video of that skit below. And it's not the first time Fred Armisen brought his knowledge of punk to SNL.

Empire of the Sun, the post-Sleepy Jackson pop project from Luke Steele, will release their second album, Ice on the Dune, in June. You can stream first single, "Alive," below.

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