Posts Tagged ‘Connecticut’

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Ovlov Have Reunited

Less than 48 hours after CT-based band Ovlov announced via their Facebook page that they were breaking up, their record label, Exploding In Sound, posted that the band has reunited. Around that time, Ovlov shared a photo of Punk’d on their Facebook page as well as a comment saying they were “trying to hype up these 3 separate splits we’re about to put out.” Their “reunion” show will be held July 9 at Brooklyn’s DIY venue Silent Barn.

Earlier this year, Ovlov announced they would be putting out a new split with Little Big League. “The Great Crocodile” off said …

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Ovlov Have Officially Broken Up

Connecticut-based band Ovlov just announced on their Facebook page that they are breaking up. Really.

On the post, they wrote that “like the last season of Degrassi” they too are putting an end to their limited run. They will still be playing shows on July 11 and August 17-20, although almost all of them are sold out since the band has been riding high since the success of their 2013 LP am. We’ll be busy listening to that and their recent split with Little Big League on repeat as we cry for the remainder of this week (if not month).…

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Dave Chappelle Has Breakdown On Stage In Hartford

UPDATE: We now have video of what happened, provided after the jump. The footage begins a few minutes into the set, presumably after the crowd had begun disrupting the performance.

ORIGINAL POST: Dave Chappelle has returned to stand up comedy, and yet, on the fourth night of this tour, he has reportedly had an on stage meltdown. Reports are in that Chappelle did a few minutes of comedy in various lengths, with some reports saying as much as ten minutes and others as few as three minutes. Overall, what’s certain is this: the crowd in Hartford, Connecticut was loud …

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Poverty Hollow Premiere “Concrete” Music Video

Connecticut alternative rockers Poverty Hollow have been around for years under a different band name, the slightly more normal name (and ever confusing with bands like SUUNS) of Suns. Nonetheless, the band has just released a self titled EP, toured with up and coming indie rock band Ovlov, and now, on Bloody Disgusting, they have debuted their first music video under the new moniker. “Concrete” follows the band being haunted in an abandoned mansion.

More than that, fans of experimental music and vocals in the style of Sunny Day Real Estate should check out this sweet new tune. Watch …

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WATCH: The Guru Tour Documentary (Part One)

Connecticut indie rockers The Guru have recently gone off on tour. Though it’s been slightly less than two weeks, they’ve already gone from the east coast to the midwest.  The band has taken some footage and aims to turn it into a documentary; they’ve posted the first part of which on Youtube.

You may recall we loved their sophomore album, Go Easy. When news of a third release comes, we’ll be sure to break it to you.

Check out their tour dates and watch the tour video after the break.…

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STREAM: Disco Teen ’66 – Self-Titled (Album)

Connecticut surf punks (is that a thing?) Disco Teen ’66 have released their debut full length album. The self-titled release is out now on Seagreen Records and can be heard at their Bandcamp page. In the most unusual of release varieties, it is available for download at $3 and on a limited run of cassettes for $5. No vinyl, no CDs? Pretty unusual.

Overall, this release is still a creative and catchy mix from the self described “cotton candy rockers.” I know I enjoyed listening to the surf punk (that’s a thing). Stream it here after the break.…

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WATCH: Hostage Calm Perform On Audiotree Live

Audiotree has been rolling out videos of great bands lately, with Into It. Over It., Pentimento, and now Hostage Calm. They perform six songs in total: “Brokenheartland”, “Woke Up Next To A Body”, “On Both Eyes”, “The ‘M’ Word”, “War On A Feeling”, and “Don’t Die On Me Now”. “Don’t Die On Me Now” and “The ‘M’ Word” are perhaps my two favorites from their most recent album, Please Remain Calm.

It’s funny to think, but this video is actually longer than Please Remain Calm. We loved it when we reviewed it, giving the …

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REVIEW: The Guru – Go Easy

Artist: The Guru
Album: Go Easy
Label: Seagreen Records
Genre: Funk / Indie Rock

Most modern scene music is sad. It’s mostly emo music or music based around some form of punk rock, laced with emotions, with typical lyrics about break ups and heart break and ex-girlfriends and angst. Connecticut’s The Guru are not without their share of meaningful lyrics, but it’s not emo music by any stretch. The Guru are a white Earth Wind & Fire with Modest Mouse, Brock-era vocals and more indie songwriting. Their second full length, Go Easy, is their best release yet.…

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LIVE REVIEW: Gwar – Toad’s Place, New Haven, Connecticut 10/15/2012

There are generally two kinds of live shows I go to: shows where you see some bands that you put on a pedestal; you worship them wherever they go and you have to know everything they do, they swallow you whole and devour your soul. Your taste curbs to their output, even when it shames you. Live shows from bands like that can be heartbreaking, as if they don’t deliver, then what is there left? They also have the potential to be those weird, transcendental experiences that feel like holy moments in life, connecting with people in a way you …

Brighter Than A Thousand Suns 2012

Brighter Than A Thousand Suns Going Through Line Up Changes

Connecticut metal outfit Brighter Than A Thousand Suns have revealed to their fan base that they are going through some line up changes.

Read BTATS’s official statement by simply looking below and comment with you thoughts. If you have not checked out the group’s new release, Survival Machines, through Tragic Hero Records please do so now.

“So guys, sorry we canceled the rest of the tour. The band is going through some changes with the line up, but we can’t wait to share the new music we are working on with you soon! Stay tuned, and we love you

make do and mend 2011

Make Do And Mend Announces Release Details

It has been revealed that Make Do and Mend will release their upcoming full-length in 2012 via Rise Records.

This release will be the first on Rise and is being produced by Matt Bayles (Mastodon, Rocky Votolato, Botch). Production starts on February 20, so we have something to look forward to from the Connecticut punk rockers!

Are you excited for new Make Do And Mend?…

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Rocky Loves Emily Announce “Secret Santa” Tour

Tooth And Nail Records’ Rocky Loves Emily have announced plans to embark on “The Secret Santa Tour” this December with support from Move Out West.

Marking their first official tour since finishing the recording process on their upcoming full length this Fall, The Secret Santa tour finds RLE and MOW stopping in Indiana, Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Maryland. Fans are encouraged to bring a wrapped gift under $15 value to the show to participate in a Secret Santa exchange with the bands and other fans.

You can view a complete list of tour dates, as well …