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Love Nothing

Love Nothing's "Waiting for Godot" Featured in Good Vibes 2nd Volume Compilation, House Show with New Bassist Tonight

Mallgoth revival group Love Nothing recently featured their single "Waiting for Godot" in Common Ground Records' second massive compilation "Good Vibes." September proceeds to the 91-song comp go to fund the Keep A Breast Foundation.

Additionally, Cindy Sukrattanawong (Littlest Sister, Batwings Catwings, ex-Dustin and the Explosions) joins as Love Nothing's new bassist following the amicable departure of Cesar Alas (The Unending Thread); see her debut performance with them tonight at a Los Angeles DIY house show.


Redacted Collective Throws 4 Shows for Summer Mixtape Volume 2

Los Angeles and Oakland based label Redacted Collective will host a series of shows to celebrate the release of their second annual mixtape, featuring new tracks from Genevieve Artadi, Love Nothing, The Unending Thread, Old Notes, and more. The string of shows will span Berkeley to Eagle Rock through late-August and early-September. Catch the first show at Gilman's on the 26th, followed by the Hi Hat on the 27th, rec center on September 2nd, and All Star Lanes on the 9th. The mixtape is set to release on August 24th on Redacted Collective's Bandcamp.

Batwings Catwings performs at The Smell for [redacted] mixtape release show

Where in 2011, DIY noise pop polymorphs Batwings Catwings debuted with the angularities of Peacock Collection, it's now 2016 and My Chemical Romance is reuniting. Smashmouth is considered a radio classic hit. You can share a song by New Found Glory without getting shamed. As for BWCWs, they now channel the sincerity of skatepunk with a new bassist: Cindy Sukrattanawong (Littlest Sister, Dustin and the Explosions) replaces Joshua Crampton in the quintet led by Clay Johnson. Their new EP "Coast to Coast" shares five earnest remarks toned with emo pop's histrionic melodicism and textured in gain—dissonance and feedback cameo in songs like "Totally Outrageous" and "1000 Volts". 

Batwings Catwings performs at [redacted]'s mixtape release show on the 12th with Justus Profitt, Love Nothing and Forget It.. Listen to the atavistic title track of their newest EP "Coast to Coast". - Ryan Mo

Listen to Emo Quartet Love Nothing's Newest Single "Have A Great Summer (Calgary)"

Beyond vape memes and that seemingly facetious name, Los Angeles' guilty pleasure Love Nothing boasts guitar crunch and drum blasts heavy enough to break your jaw. The mall goth foursome, fronted by guitarist/vocalist Nicholas Waits, stands at the forefront of revived sincerity in emocore, blending Circa Survive's melodic embrace and Dinosaur Jr.'s neck-hanging, pulverizing tone.

Today, The Deli is proud to premiere their newest single “Have A Great Summer (Calgary)”. Love Nothing throws a release show on July 23 in the Valley (have I ever told you about that valley hospitality?) followed by a tag-team summer tour with Berkeley-ites Forget It. in August, with a homecoming show at The Smell on August 12th. Listen to the newly released “Have A Great Summer (Calgary)” below:

The Unending Thread releases new video, flexes for AMP vs. AMP Deathmatch 2/04

SFV's raw modal-soul polymaths The Unending Thread have released a video to "La Casa De Mi Padre", the second song to their split EP with Forget It — which is out and free to stream, by the way. Cooped up at the Henhouse Studio (confimed that Julian Tallman-Rogatini raises chickens), the trio delve into lyrical self-actualization and drool-worthy double-tapping that splashes near-obscene amounts of color over the grisaille landscape of the forseeable future.

"I know I don't know anything | And that's the best part of this journey that hasn't happened yet"

Like, if someone were to make a Youtube AMV for Over The Garden Wall, it would be criminal not to use this song.

On a more serious note, The Unending Thread faces off with Forget It at The Smell on February 4th's "AMP vs. AMP Deathmatch" where the two bands will celebrate the Los Angeles release of their split EP by performing songs and piledrivers on each other. The trash talk surrounding Dustin and the Explosions, Haricort Vertt (fka Josh Abrahms), Love Nothing and Ferbus also comes to a head — there will be blood, or at least some drawn-out carnage. Expect an obscene amount of chairs, tables, ladders, and maybe even a kendo stick to be pulled from under the stage. - Ryan Mo


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