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Taiwan Housing Project Sign to Kill Rock Stars

Congrats to noise-punks Taiwan Housing Project for signing to Kill Rock Stars! The revered indie label announced that they'll be releasing the band's EP Three Song Record, which originally surfaced via M'Lady's Records as a self-titled seven-inch. Willfully inaccessible and unapologetically harsh, feel free to take the album for a spin (once again) below. It just might be what you need today to shake off the recent horrific Trump announcement of white nationalist/antisemite/"alleged" domestic abuser Steve Bannon's appointment to the position of White House Chief Strategist. We haven't been overreacting. This isn't normal. Don't let them fool you into thinking that it is. Let's get ready for a battle, folks.

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Ready to embrace punk's nihilism? Surfbort plays Bowery tomorrow (11.11)

In this new version of America we've all woken up to, you don't need a genius to predict a punk resurgence in the upcoming years, in its most nihilistic forms and shapes. Brooklyn's Surfbort, then, don't need to go anywhere sound-wise, since that's exactly what they've been playing since their 2015 debut single 'Trash.' The notes from their following, self titled EP (released in January) prophetically read: "this is a record that laughs in the face of the end of the world." Since their appearance on the scene, the young rebels have been filling up most of the small to medium size venues in NYC, while never missing the opportunity to roll over their filthy stages - an essential trait of any true punk musician. Tomorrow (November 11) they'll have a lot of room for that trick, since they'll playing at the Bowery Ballrom for the second time this year, opening for Thee Oh Sees. For those frustrated by the election results, it may be a good opportunity to let out some steam...

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WINE LIPS - "DEAD BEAT" VIDEO

Do you like extreme sports and fireworks? This new Wine Lips video has it all. Can't go wrong with some skateboarding and this Toronto garage trio causes all kinds of mischief in their video for "Dead Beat". An absolute ripper track from their debut EP. It's got a solid rhythm section packin a punch and giving you constant body shots. Meanwhile the guitar is just flippin' out...If you're into the California garage scene you'll dig Wine Lips. Excellent party music. Go see em on Friday at The Central with Jean Daddy and Possum. - Kris Gies

 

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DEARLY BELOVED - NEW MUSIC VIDEO

Dearly Beloved is one of the top bands to come out of Toronto in recent years. They seem to spend a lot of time over in Europe but they have dropped some wildly intense tunes over the years. Main man Rob Higgins sings and absolutely shreds the bass at the same time. They recently released a video for the brand new track "I Tried To Leave". It's a straight up ripper that would make Josh Homme nod his head with approval. The connection is aleady there as Dearly Beloved have worked with Homme collaborators Chris Goss and Dave Catching in the past. They have had tunes in the past that stretch their creativity more than on this tune but crank this bad boy up and honestly...just giver... - Kris Gies

 

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JEAN DADDY - LIVE AT THE CENTRAL

Besides having a sweet name, Jean Daddy plays some deadly garage punk tunes. They put together some fast n heavy rock tunes that'll make you drive like a maniac and pretty much make you not give a fuck in general. Listen to Salmon Candy to know what I'm talking about. This 4 piece band from Kitchener will be in Toronto on Friday Night at the Central with Wine Lips and Possum. - Kris Gies

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