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Joey Cape releases video for “This Life is Strange”

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The stitched doll of Joey Cape‘s daughter Violet has come to life in Caper’s newest video, “This Life is Stange“. The song is taken from his upcoming album “Stitch Puppy“, which is coming out September 4. For more information and to watch the video, please read on. Continue reading


Joey Cape announces album “Stitch Puppy”

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Joey Cape has uncovered release details for his new solo album, which will be called “Stitch Puppy“. “Caper” recorded the album early this year in his home studio “the Crank Lab” in Southern-California. Continue reading


Darius Koski (Swingin’ Utters) debut SISU out now

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Wait, Swingin’ Utters front man Darius Koski has a solo album out…? We did not know, but Koski released his debut “SISU” through Fat Wreck Chords on April 7. You can listen to the full album below. Continue reading


Lagwagon’s Joey Cape introduces “Hang” acoustic

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Two days before the release of their new album, Joey Cape of Southern-Californian punk band Lagwagon will be performing songs their upcoming album “Hang” acoustic through StageIt. For more info, please read on. Continue reading


Pre-sale Chris Cresswell vinyl on

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The Flatliners frontman Chris Cresswell already put out his One Week Record in May, but the Canadian singer is re-releasing the previously “digital-only” out on vinyl on October 14th through punk label Fat Wreck Chords. The vinyl pre-sale has now started. Continue reading


AcoustiXclusive: Old Man Markley – Feel Good Song of the Year

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Today – 31 July – it is two years ago that Tony Sly of No Use For A Name and Scorpios passed away. Old Man Markley did a video with us in February and paid tribute to the man, covering “Feel Good Song of the Year”. Watch it below! Continue reading


Remember Tony Sly (1970-2012)

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It has been two years since No Use For A Name-frontman Tony Sly passed away at the age of 41. A major blow to the punk rock world, and of course his family and friends. Today we remember Anthony Sly. Continue reading