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Dead Ending “(It’s Not) What You Believe”

Dead Ending released a new single, “(It’s Not) What You Believe” b/w “Painkiller”, last week via Alternative Tentacles. This is the first new music we have had the from the hardcore band since 2017.

This is the work of Hardcore legends Vic Bondi, Jeff Dean, Derek Grant, and Nate Gluck.



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The Bootleg Theater

Punk rockers Trash TV are ready to light up Brooklyn, play Our Wicked Lady 05.22

“Thin Wire” (streaming) is the uber-charged debut single of Brooklyn punk rockers Trash TV. A sonic surge of distorted guitars and eruptive drums, this is the kind of tune that jolts you to the front of the crowd. Since late last year, this quartet has been fermenting music they call “scuzzy punk,” distinguished by upbeat tempo, fuzzy guitar licks and the graphic verses of lead singer Habiba Warren, who at one point mentions grease, numb hands, and bleeding eyes—get the picture? The band is revving up for a rooftop party show at Our Wicked Lady on May 22nd. The song serves as a sizzling preview of things to come from the Brooklyn natives, check it out below. - Rene Cobar  


Satisfying “melodic punk rock” from American Television

Sporting the “melodic punk rock” tag on Bandcamp, six year old American Television provides a satisfying mix of punk and sentimentality on their latest release, Death Defier. A mere two tracks, the release's size reflects the character of the band's songs, simple, to the point, and effective. There is emotion in the music, something that is always welcome as many amateur groups are only willing to grapple with emotions superficially. The hooks are nice, the lyrics are relatable, and the chord changes are twinged with a hint of emotion. In short, there is honesty and a decent amount of work put into the music, can't ask for much more.

-Mike Dranove


New Eat EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

A disjointed, frenetic sound disperses from the quartet of Eat on their new EP Dance and Die. An undercurrent of potential energy lies waiting for the switch to be flipped and that last beer to kick in. The swirl of instrumental chaos merges with lyrics delivered as internalized pensions, revealed to the world as stress-releasing confessions. Look out for Eat at a pit near you.


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