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Krust Toons: "Canada Building a Wall" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "Canada Building a Wall" 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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The Callouts need no labels, play Dusk 06.12

The Callouts are a band you can’t help but cheer for, and get the feeling they are cheering for you. The connection comes from the group’s upbeat style, ideally suited for both that summertime house show where you finally kiss your high school crush, or the Tuesday night bar stumble-in that exceeds your expectations. The band creates a unique mold for itself in its latest record Give Up: high-energy electric guitars and speedy drum patterns are balanced with sensitive pop hooks for a style that narrowly escapes the pop-punk label. Yes, the energy and breakdowns that characterized pop-punk bands of the early 2000s are there, but the group feels distinctly modernized and less commercial. The band is playing Dusk in their hometown of Providence, RI on June 12th. When you listen to The Callouts, you can visualize a group having fun in a garage, no labels needed. “Hot Tuesday” is streaming below. - Rene Cobar

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New Soul Glo Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

Philly punks Soul Glo forms profound, rapid-fire prose, hell-bent on exposing the everyday realities experienced in the black community to the masses. "Underneath my will to live clings tight my will to die, the silent secret of my strength is all the shame I’ve centralized." Pulling from the influences of noise, rap and hardcore, the group makes powerful, eye-opening statements with their latest album, The Nigga In Me Is Me, which is now available via SRA Records. Press play, and get educated.

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Anonymous Friends showcase their ominous brand of post-punk in debut EP

April's release of ANONYMOUS FRIENDS START A BAND by Somerville's Anonymous Friends announced beyond just their debut that this group's music punches with some powerful hands. Reverb-heavy vocals are at the center of "Bury The Bones" a sonic vortex that pulls you in with its pounding drums, extended chords, incessant riffs, and thumping bass. Anonymous Friends take the pace of The Jesus Lizard, the experimental style of Polvo, and the darkness of Bauhaus to create an ominous brand of post-punk. The group recently played at O'Brien's in Allston and is gearing up for what is sure to be a busy summer for them. We got "Bury The Bones" for you below. - Rene Cobar

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New The Barren Marys LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Wired Wrong is the new LP from punk quartet The Barren Marys, and is available via Violated Records/Suicide Bong Records. Sprinting out of the gates, the album meshes an innate, adrenaline-fueled intensity with a light-hearted (at times) lyrical approach. Mirroring daily life, it addresses serious issues, while still finding time to have some fun. The Barren Marys are slated to perform next in Philly on Saturday, July 27 at Connie's Ric Rac, with The Lot, Conmen, and Mala Vista.

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