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Tiny Moving Parts: "Warm Hand Splash"

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 10:30:01 -0500

Minnesota punk band Tiny Moving Parts released a new track over at BrooklynVegan. The track is called "Warm Hand Splash" and will be released on their upcoming album titled Swell. Swell is due out January 26, 2018 on Triple Crown Records. See below to listen to the new track.

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Tours: New Found Glory/Bayside/The Movielife/William Ryan Key (US)

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 10:00:01 -0500

New Found Glory have announced a US tour with Bayside, The Movielife and William Ryan Key (formerly of Yellowcard) that is scheduled for May. The band last released Makes Me Sick in 2017. You can see the list of shows below.

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Interviews: Blag Dahlia on image, Trump, and the new Dwarves album

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 19:00:02 -0500

Ever since their resurrection with 2011's Born Again album, The Dwarves have been getting leaner and meaner. 2014's Invented Rock & Roll found the band stripping back to their hardcore and pop-punk aspects and blasting through a 25 minute album. Now, their new album, The Dwarves Take Back the Night, is even more primal, more savage, more vicious. It opens with the slamming "Forget Me Not" and gets more crazed from there. "Take Back the Night" is a sinister, swaggering slash. "Everything and more" is 44 seconds of violent aggression. Of course, the band does slip in a few sweets here and there- with its bubblegum hook, "Trace Amounts," which is about OD-ing on coke, is downright cheery. Because the band is coming out swinging on their latest LP (out February 9 via Burger/Greedy), Punknews' John Gentile spoke to frontman Blag Dahlia about how he is perceived, how he perceives himself, and drugs, of course.

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Michael Davenport of Ataris indicted in $27 million phone scam

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 18:30:01 -0500

As posted by Uproxx, Michael Davenport who was bassist forThe Ataris from 1998 to 2005 was indicted in late 2017 on charges of federal conspiracy and fraud charges. According to the allegations, between 2009 and 2016, Davenport and a person named Cynthia Rawlinson swindled about 100,000 people out of funds totaling about $27 million. The scam worked as follows: The pair would place Ads on craigslist stating that people could contact a company called "American Standard" for information on houses in pre-forclosure status that could be purchased at below market value. Then, when a prospective caller telephoned the number, the caller was charged a $199 fee to access the information. The trick is that there either was no information sent out following the payment, or the information that was sent out was fake. In order to request a refund, callers would have to complete a form, wait 90 days, and provide "five copies of letters from other property owners proving the homes were in fact not correctly listed." After that, refunds were still not issued. Davenport was arrested at Bill and Hillary Clinton Airport in Little Rock, Arkansas and had $104,000 on his person. He also had $850,000 in his personal bank account. Davenport and Rawlinson have a hearing tomorrow in regards to the charges.

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New Review Update: New Reviews for January 16, 2018

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 18:00:01 -0500

Today's reviews are: SNFU - A Happy NumberVarious Artists - 14 Soda PunxThe Obsessives - The ObsessivesYou can check out any of our reviews right here. 

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Festivals & Events: 7 Seconds, Youth Brigade, SNFU to play PRB club show

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 17:30:01 -0500

Punk Rock Bowling has announced its first club show. The line up features 7 Seconds, Youth Brigade, SNFU, Pistol Grip and Brand New Unit. The show will be at the Fremont Country Club on May 25, 2018. More club shows will be announced in the coming weeks. Punk Rock Bowling 2018 will take place May 25, 2018 - May 28, 2018 in Las Vegas, NV. Punknews is a Sponsor of PRB 2018

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Music: Round Dog Records releases comp for Stacey Dee

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 17:00:01 -0500

UK label Round Dog Records, run by Fraser Murderburger of The Murderburgers, has just released the charity compilation Round Dog's Choice Nugs Vol. 1. 100% of the proceeds will go to support Stacey Dee of Bad Cop/Bad Cop and pay for expenses after her recent hospitalization for sepsis. The album features 45 tracks by acts such as The Murderburgers, The Kimberly Steaks, and Wonk Unit among others. It also features several rare or unreleased tracks not found elsewhere. Check it out below.

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Videos: The Shell Corporation: “Make It Rain”

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 16:00:01 -0500

Punknews is extremely excited to premiere The Shell Corporation's music video for their new song “Make It Rain.” Between the massive vocals and unrelenting guitar and bass we probably should issue this public service announcement: WARNING! This track could cause faces to melt! It rocks THAT hard. The song will be on the band's upcoming record titled Fucked which is due out on March 2, 2018 via La Escalera Records and Gunner Records. If you live in the US you can preorder the album here and if you live in Europe you can preorder it here. You can watch the video and read the band's blurb about it below.

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Tours: Silverstein/Comeback Kid (Australia and New Zealand)

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 14:00:01 -0500

Silverstein will be touring Australia and New Zealand this May with hardcore band Comeback Kid. Silverstein will be touring to support their 2017 release titled Dead Reflection and Comeback Kid will be touring to promote Outsider. See below to view the tour dates.

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Tours: Kali Masi (East Coast)

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 13:00:02 -0500

Midwestern band Kali Masi will be heading out on a 19 stop east coast tour. Kali Masi released Wind Instrument in 2017. See below for tour dates.

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Brian Walsby releases 'Manchild' issue #8

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 12:30:01 -0500

Brian Walsby has released issue eight of his Manchild series, wherein he makes fun of and provides commentary on punk rock. This issue is called Punk Rock Jail and is out via To Live a Lie. It's out now.

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Dom Davi of Tsunami Bomb launches horror movie podcast

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 12:00:02 -0500

Dom Davi of Tsunami Bomb has launched a new podcast. It's called "Monster Candy" and on the program, Davi, Shotzi Blackheart, and Screamin' E talk about horror movies and different horror sub-genres. Two episodes are out right now via iTunes. The first looks at classics 80s films and the second looks at the new film Shape of Water. Davi is also producing the 3 Gigs podcast where he asks different artists, musicians, and writers to talk about their first, their favorite, and their worst gig ever. Meanwhile, Tsunami Bomb is reportedly working on new material. They released the Trust No One compilation in 2016

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Dan P & the Bricks announce new album

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 11:30:01 -0500

Dan P and the Bricks, which features Dan P of MU330, have announce a new album. It's called When We Were Fearless and that;s out February 16 through Asian Man Records. Check out the new single, "Only Words," below, right now. The band released To The Lions in 2016.

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Tours: The Smith Street Band (Australia)

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 11:00:01 -0500

Australian band The Smith Street Band have announced a three-month Australian tour. Bec Sandridge and Press Club will be joining them on this massive tour. The Smith Street Band released More Scared of You Than You Are of Me in 2017.

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Tours: Citizen (South America)

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 10:30:01 -0500

Emo band Citizen announced they will be heading to South Americal this April. The band will be touring to support their 2017 release titled As You Please. See below for tour dates.

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