The Rumjacks have shared the video for ‘Rhythm Of Her Name.’ The track features on their new album ‘Hestia,’ which was released in March to widespread critical acclaim, and follows the announcement of an extensive UK and Ireland tour in 2022.
|The Chicago by way of the Dominican Republic 5-piece has completed production on its next album “Anti-Colonial Vol. 2,” which is set for release later this year via the band’s own label Mal De Ojo Record in the U.S. The album will be released via Thousand Islands Records in Canada and Lockjaw Records in Europe and the UK.|
|La Armada’s focus is to leave their mark on heavy music. A punk band at heart, they utilize elements of Afro-Caribbean rhythms and metal to create a style as unique as their story. Formed in the Dominican Republic in 2001 from where they dominated the Caribbean scene for years, the band opted to take a leap and relocate to Chicago in 2008, where they still reside.Influenced by bands ranging from the Bad Brains to Death, they take elements from their native Island’s music to conjure a unique recipe; explosive live energy, and a clear cut narrative that highlights the effects of neo-colonialism on vulnerable communities.Whether headlining tours throughout the world or supporting the likes of Sick of it All, Propagandhi, Strung Out, Death by stereo, and more, La Armada has come to bring a vibrant spin to the scene.|
|La Armada has released a ferocious new single and music video titled “Death On Replay.|
“Stream “Death On Replay” HERE: https://laarmada.lnk.to/deathonreplay
Watch the music video HERE:https://youtu.be/6Odryv3E3cA
Long-running Mesa, AZ-based melodic punk/rock/reggae band Authority Zero has just announced plans to release a new EP ‘The Back Nine’ on April 30.
On April 9, 2021 Chaser will release their 5th full-length album, ‘Dreamers.’
The Sisters kick things off with a roundtable discussion focusing on ways to cope with mental illness through creative outlets. Andy Pohl (guitarist from Tsunami Bomb, label owner of “Sell The Heart Records”, and “Question the Answers” podcast host) joins the conversation to provide his insights. Andy chats about how he found the much needed work/life balance in his home remote environment and ways others can unplug. Later, he opens up on what it was like stepping in as a new guitarist for an already established band. There’s talks of how he meditates on tour, best DIY practices for starting a record label, and discovering a creeptastic ghostly gas pump in the middle of nowhere. All this while Drea has major fangirl feels due to Tsunami Bomb being such an influential band in her earlier years as a musician. Plus, music from Decent Criminal & RLND
The Sisters kick things off with a roundtable discussion focusing on the do’s and don’ts of rebranding. This episode’s guests have a lot of experience in this arena, Terry Smith and Laura Rose from Riot Squad Media join the conversation to chat about their insights on the topic. As previous hosts of Punksylvania, they authentically and transparently dig into how they crossed over into their new platform. They also talk about how their DIY female empowered collective / media firm provides a lot of PR, promotion, and support to punk musicians globally through their podcast as well as other Riot Squad branded outlets. Their fresh and polished new format is not only celebrated, but needed in a time where so many currently feel musically disconnected. There are talks of Camp Punksylvania, ghosts, females lifting each other up, how to collaborate in a long distance working relationship, Canada’s take on Trump, plus what type of sandwiches, and poutine they would be. To say many laughs and virtual hugs were had is an understatement. All this and more, on this riot-of-an-episode of the Sound Sisters podcast.
Warning: This article discusses disturbing topics covering sexual harassment, abuse, and emotional trauma that could be triggering.
The Sisters kick things off with some best practices on how to launch your own startup. This episode’s guest provided many insights on this topic. Her impressive credits include successful business owner, YouTube star, podcast host, traveling model, award winning author, licensed esthetician, and more importantly, an authentic advocate for female empowerment. *insert rockabilly music here* Of course we are referring to none other than Cherokee Jackson, lovingly also known as THE Cherry Dollface. She chats about her roller coaster self made ride from being one of the first pinup YouTuber tutorial queens on the scene to a successful brand with limitless possibilities. She emphasizes the importance of remaining adaptable to self growth while staying true to your dreams. There is talks of skincare, music, aliens, Angela’s major Cherry fangirl moment at the first It’s Not Dead fest, and how the term, “being born in the wrong era” is a severely misguided notion. All this and more on this episode of the Sound Sister’s Podcast.
The Sisters kick off the episode with a topic that is near and dear to their black hearts: Ways to support live music establishments through organizations such as the National Independent Venue Association. Later, they brought in drummer April “Schupe” Schupmann from Sniper 66, Threes Away, Lizzie Boredom, Fight Plan….and more. Much emphasis on the “more” bands piece because when asked the grand total of her current music projects, April has officially lost count. Literally. To say many musical stories were told is an understatement. They also chat about her North Dakota UFO sighting and fangirling out over Joey Cape. Plus, she relives her Punk Rock Bowling nightmare realized, which ended with Pat Thetic from Anti-Flag mistaking a gear mishap for a leftfoot kick drum show off sesh. Find out how she pulled it off and more on this episode of the Sound Sisters Podcast!
The sisters pick up this episode with an earlier song from The Last Gang. The foursome chat about her songwriting process, how the band is creating their newest album while social distancing, the ways they fiercely miss tour life, as well as touch on important issues like Indiana Jones and Del Taco’s secret menu. Plus, they geek out hardcore on Disneyland food must haves, rides, and how it use to be the youngster Cali punk rock hangout. There are so many topics covered, we had to break it up into two episodes! So grab your burrito and have a seat because you don’t want to miss part one of this very special Sound Sister episode featuring Brenna Red.