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Tommy Stinson’s Bash & Pop touring in May (BV Presents)

While The Replacements reunion may be done, bassist Tommy Stinson reignited his another of his bands, Bash & Pop. They released their first album in 25 years, Anything Could Happen, earlier this year via Fat Possum. BrooklynVegan is now excited to announce that we'll be presenting Bash & Pop's next tour...

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Kvelertak at Irving Plaza in 2016 (more by Greg Cristman)
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Kvelertak made us a playlist of their indie rock influences for Beachheads LP

To further promote their power pop side project Beachheads, Kvelertak members Vidar Landa (guitar) and Marvin Nygaard (bass) go long on their indie rock and other non-metal influences.

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Tommy Stinson shares “On the Rocks” from first Bash & Pop album since 1992

Bash & Pop's new LP, 'Anything Could Happen,' will be out in January.

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members of Blondie, MC5, Replacements, Heartbreakers playing L.A.M.F at Stephen Saban benefit

The show will also have appearances by Bush Tetras, Lenny Kaye, and Mudd Clubb regular Marilyn.

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La Sera and Springtime Carnivore ready collaborative punk covers LP (listen), touring together

Their covers album puts a folky, moody spin on classics by The Replacements, Buzzcocks, Bad Brains, The Stooges and more. Springtime Carnivore also has her own album on the way.

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photo by Mimi Hong
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Beach Slang covered The Replacements’ ‘Pleased to Meet Me’ at Knit, brought out Craig Finn (pics, video)

Yesterday, Beach Slang announced a new album, the day after coming to NYC to cover The Replacements' Pleased to Meet Me in full at Knitting Factory...

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Beach Slang covering The Replacements’ ‘Pleased to Meet Me’ in full in NYC

Beach Slang, who are not broken up, have no secrets about their love for The Replacements, who they cover at most of their shows. They're now taking those covers a step further, by playing The Replacements' entire 1987 album Pleased to Meet Me in full...

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Cover of today's 'Minneapolis Star Tribune'
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read Paul Westerberg’s tribute to Prince

"I was next to another musician, a couple other guys that were up-and-comers and that thought they were hot shit, and we were watching Prince. The guy turned to me and said, 'I'm fucking embarrassed to be alive.' And that's how I felt. He was so good. It was like, 'What are we doing? This guy is, like, on a different planet than we are.'"

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Rolling Stone's 40th favorite punk album
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Rolling Stone lists the 40 greatest punk albums of all time

Last month, Rolling Stone ranked the 40 best emo albums of all time, and today they're back with the 40 best punk albums of all time. Now, this is the same magazine that told you John Cougar Mellencamp, Sting and Jackson Browne all had some of the 100 best albums of the 1980s and Black Flag and Minor Threat did not, so it'd be understandable if you don't care what they think the best punk albums of all time are, but this list is actually rock solid...

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Paul Westerberg & Juliana Hatfield’s band The I Don’t Cares release debut album ‘Wild Stab’ (listen to it)

Last year, Replacements frontman Paul Westerberg and Juliana Hatfield said they'd be releasing a collaborative album as The I Don't Cares call...

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