Join Deniro Farrar at SOB’s in NYC (204 Varick St in Manhattan) on May 19th when he celebrates his new Rebirth EP! Doors are at 7PM and you can RSVP HERE to get in FOR FREE.
Reminder, you can pre-order the Rebirth EP or purchase it 5/19 and bring your proof of purchase to the show for a chance to stay for a meet & greet with Deniro.
ICYMI, catch up with Deniro’s Cult Rap series HERE.
Dave Foley (Kids in the Hall) and Brian Posehn (Mr. Show), play fascists who get what they deserve in the new OFFicial video from OFF!, “Red White and Black.”
OFF!’s new record ‘Wasted Years’ is out now on Vice Records! Go grab it immediately.
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Itunes here: http://smarturl.it/OFF_WastedYears
We’re almost a month away from the release of Black Lips’ new record, Underneath the Rainbow, which drops on March 18 on Vice Records. It’s their first full length album in three years and following up their single ”Boys In The Wood” and its accompanying video (It’s crazy, watch it here), they’re back with “Justice After All.”
Punk supergroup OFF! just shared their new track, “Void You Out,” the opening song from their upcoming third album Wasted Years. At just over a minute long, this rips fast and hard, but the chaos is cleaner than you might expect. But don’t worry, OFF!’s upcoming record will have all the vile you want—and probably more.
Wasted Years is out April 8th on Vice Records.
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Mario Rubacalba will step away from the Rocket from the Crypt kit and loop back in with Keith Morris and company to welcome Wasted Years, the new LP from OFF! due on April 8th via Vice Records.(And no, the record has nothing to do with the Iron Maiden classic of the same name.) Featuring the art of the esteemed Raymond Pettibon, the band’s latest features 16 new tracks self-recorded to tape in the band’s practice space, so expect raw, primitive punk rock fury. Art above and LP details are below.OFF! - Wasted Years Tracklisting1. Void You Out2. Red White and Black3. Legion of Evil4. No Easy Escape5. Over Our Heads6. Hypnotized7. It Didn’t Matter To Me8. Exorcised9. Death Trip on the Party Train10. I Won’t Be a Casualty11. All I Can Grab12. Time’s Not On Your Side13. Meet Your God14. Mr. Useless15. You Must Be Damned16. Wasted Years
Black Lips are happy to announce that their first full length album in three years, Underneath the Rainbow, will be released on March 18 via Vice Records. The 12-track project features production work The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney and Dap Kings’ Tommy Brenneck, and was recorded at a number of places from New York to Nashville.
This will be Black Lips’ first release post-Arabia Mountain which gained them worldwide acclaim, and appearances at a number of national festivals as well as a tour of the Middle East, which we captured in a mini-doc earlier this year. On New Years Eve, they’ll be performing in Atlanta and after their appearance at SXSW, they’ll embark on a headlining tour. Those tour dates will be announced soon, but here’s the tracklist for Underneath the Rainbow below:
1. Drive By Buddy
3. Make You Mine
5. Dorner Party
6. Justice After All
7. Boys in the Wood
9. Do the Vibrate
10. I Don’t Wanna Go Home
11. Dandelion Dust
12. Dog Years
WATCH ACTION BRONSON’S NEW VIDEO FOR “THE SYMBOL”
Foodie rapper Action Bronson (AKA Ill Prosciutto, AKA Bam Bam Bigalow, AKA Bronsolino) is the newest addition to the VICE Records dynasty. Us here at Noisey are psyched as hell, mostly because this means he’ll be bringing us doggie bags of his famous wild imported Irish goat, which apparently he makes in a BBQ pit somewhere in Queens. Mmm.
Today he dropped the video to “The Symbol,” the first cut off his upcoming Rare Chandeliers mixtape, which was produced by West Coast producer The Alchemist, who you probably know from a resume that includes work with Dilated Peoples, Mobb Deep, Just Blaze, Ghostface, Odd Future… we could go on, but we won’t. Instead, here’s an exclusive download of the track, plus a stream. Fuck with it.
WE SIGNED GROWING!
Growing don’t come across as a “my favorite band” kind of band, like Slade or Tiger Trap, which is unfair to them, because they should be everybody’s favorite band. In a field where farting into a delay pedal is the norm (experimental music) and acts who do anything other than fart into a delay pedal are hailed as musical geniuses, Growing actually are for-serious musical geniuses. Letting them baste your brain with their music in a live setting feels like taking MDMA, especially if you’ve taken MDMA. And now they’re all OURS.
Vice Records has signed Growing and will be putting out their new album Pumps in April.
This song is called “Hormone.” And if you wanna know more about them and like watching things, check out this Practice Space they did with us on VBS.