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Shots Fired! Shots Fired!

Hardcore Punk group Shots Fired! Shots Fired! Has released the first single, “Black Friday All Star”, from their forthcoming EP which is due out August 30th via No Trend Records.

You can catch them on August 17th at The Burgundy Room in Waukegan as part of Shredfest 2019.

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The Meringues - New Pop Rock Video "Cold Nights"

Kingston’s favorite jangly pop rock group The Meringues have released a new music video. “Cold Nights” is a catchy power pop song with lyrics that aren’t as happy as the vibes of the track itself. The dueling vocals of Amanda Pants and Ted Evans give the track excellent personality and perhaps both sides of the story being told. You can see them perform live at The Mansion in Kingston on September 13th along with Jimbo and Toronto’s Pacer. – Kris Gies





Krust Toons: "The Police" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "The Police" by Tedd Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.

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LURK “Electro-Shock"

LURK has signed with Pure Noise to release their latest EP, "Electro-Shock". This is Noise Rock with a good dose of Punk thrown in.

LURK is the work of Kevin Kiley (Vocals), Dan Durley (Bass), Pedro Unzueta (Drums), Alex Rackow (Guitar), and Kevin Maida (Guitar)

You can catch LURK at Underground Lounge on July 31st

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Start the Week Over releases rowdy debut single, plays Outpost 186 08.01

Start the Week Over takes it back to basics with a heavy-handed drum beat, a rowdy bassline and fiery power chords that morph into energetic solos. A welcome throwback to pop punk's glory days, the music of the Boston group has enough lively hymns to elicit images of groups like New Found Glory and Good Charlotte playing to countless screaming fans. While the Warped Tour heyday of beer tents with no line and acrobatic fans may be over, pop-punk music always delights. Start the Week Over's new single "Daisytop" is a reminder that good music doesn't need to be overprocessed, sometimes it just needs to come from the heart. The band will be playing Outpost 186 in Cambridge on August 1st. We are streaming "Daisytop" to get you pumped for the show. - Rene Cobar

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