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We’re now less than four weeks away from Philadelphians Mannequin Pussy‘s next move: the trio’s first collection of new material in nearly two years called Patience. The 5-song EP features lead single ‘Control’, released last month, and four other new songs, among which is its fiery title track. The knowingly ostentatious video is below, directed …

Remo Drive sound larger than ever on their highly anticipated new album, ‘A Portrait of an Ugly Man’, which sees its release on Epitaph Records. With its acrobatic guitar work, deeply self-referential lyrics and off-the-walls energy, the album calls back to the dextrous, eccentric sound that helped the band – brothers Erik (vocals, guitar) and Stephen (bass) Paulson – explode …

Remo Drive hit us with another massively catchy indie rock ballad, ‘A Flower and a Weed’, from their forthcoming album. ‘A Portrait of an Ugly Man’ is out digitally and on vinyl via Epitaph Records on June 26 The two brothers Erik (vocals, guitar) and Stephen (bass) Paulson have created some magic from their parent’s basement in Minnesota and their self-produced and …

The ghost Inside release their second single to be taken from their forthcoming self-titled record out June 5 via Epitaph. This will be the first release since the tragic accident the band suffered back in 2015. We reported on the fundraising here on Backseat Mafia. Pressure Point is a brutal track from the start. The …

Due for release on Epitaph Records May 8th, this debut album seems to have been on everybody’s radar since the the sharing of two teasing little snippets were unleashed, one early this year the sublime “Brick” and the other very recently in the form of the brilliant “First Everlasting” So getting to give this the …

Remo Drive have returned with details of their highly awaited new album, ‘A Portrait of an Ugly Man’, which sees its release June 26 via Epitaph Records. The lead single ‘Star Worship’ explores the need to eschew reverence for others and instead trust in yourself. It comes accompanied with a video which the brothers shot in their parents’ garage to keep busy …

Punk rock supergroup Fake Names – which includes Brian Baker (Minor Threat, Dag Nasty, Bad Religion), Michael Hampton (S.O.A., Embrace, One Last Wish), Dennis Lyxzén (Refused, International Noise Conspiracy, INVSN), and Johnny Temple (Girls Against Boys, Soulside) – will release their self-titled debut record on May 8 via Epitaph. Purely and simply it’s 1 minute 46 seconds of stripped back, raw, perfect punk! Fake Names first came …

Plague Vendor have released their new single ‘Let Me Get High\Low’, the latest from their forthcoming album ‘By Night’.   ‘Let Me Get High\Low’ is an infinity mirror of echo, effects, illusion and delusion. A sinister and sprawling track, wandering from psychedelic prog rock to garage rock somehow, and capturing a perfect sound in the process. …

“That song and the record in general in my mind is about growing up and realizing that the world around you isn’t necessarily the one that you thought it would be,” says Teenage Wrist’s guitarist/vocalist Marshall Gallagher of their new track Dweeb, taken from the bands forthcoming debut album. It’s this melancholic but melodic track, …

Welcome to a land that’s familiar, yet slightly out of sync, and a little bit unnerving. Welcome to The Garden and their latest album ‘Haha’. The Californian duo have put together an album that at first glimpse makes about as much sense as their ‘vada vada’ philosophy – “… an idea that represents pure creative expression …