Punknews.org’s Best Midwestern podcast, focusing on the music of the U.S. Midwest, is back this week with a new episode. The show is hosted by long time Punknews contributor Greg Simpson and former Punknews editor, current editor-in-chief of Substream magazine and owner of Youth Conspiracy Records, Scott Heisel. In this episode…
We discuss at great length and with much tunage, the career of Davey VonBohlen of The Promise Ring, Maritime and Cap’n Jazz. Somehow Scott brings up Reel Big Fish three times.
You can find Best Midwestern on Facebook and Twitter at @BestMidwestern. You can subscribe to the show with RSS or via the iTunes Store.
Diamond Youth have released a stream of their new LP titled
Nothing Matters. Nothing Matters was released earlier this week on Topshelf Records.
Spoonboy has released a new music video. It’s for the tune “Linus and Me” off
a split with the Goodbye Party
. You can see the vid below.
Edmonton, Alberta’s No Problem will be heading to Europe for a few weeks in June. No Problem released
in 2014 on Deranged Records.
Adam E. back with four new reviews. Today’s update is dedicated to David Letterman, who aired his final show last night. For the record, Dave is way funnier than Jay Leno.
Anyway, today’s reviews are:
Dan Webb and the Spiders –
Royal Psalms –
I Could Have Been Anything [EP]
Diamond Youth –
You can check out any of our reviews right here
German skate punks Money Left To Burn have released a music video their song “Finish Line,” from their upcoming split album with Sweden’s Rebuke. The 10-song split is due out June 1, 2015.
Turnstile, Backtrack, Heavy Chains have announced the Life & Death tour this summer.