Daily Riot Fest RoundupThursday, July 20th, 2017
Last week, Prophets of Rage dropped “Living on the 110,” a new single about poverty and the wealth gap in America, and now we have a visual to put to to the audio. Check out the new video for this catchy, yet depressing song.
Danzig has announced a slew of west coast dates with Deafheaven following the band’s performance of Danzig III: How the Gods Kill at Riot Fest this September. Brooklyn Vegan has the dates here, and we have an embed of the “How the Gods Kill” video here:
Wolf Parade has announced its first album since 2010’s Expo. Sub Pop will release the band’s John Goodmanson-produced new LP, Cry, Cry, Cry, on October 6th, and here’s a new song, “Valley Boy.”
Brooklyn Vegan has just premiered a new Jesse Malin new video. The unofficial mayor of the NYC’s East Village, D-Generation frontman and prolific troubadour released a new EP recently called Meet Me at the End of the World — produced by Joseph Arthur — and we now have the clip for “Revelations/Thirteen,” which is a medley of a pleasing new original ditty alongside Big Star’s tale of Lolitadom, “Thirteen.” Brooklyn Vegan also lists Jesse’s upcoming tour dates with Juliana Hatfield, Cheap Trick, and more. Check out the new video and EP below.
Hey, look, a new Fall Out Boy video!
Laura Stevenson has a beer named after one of her jams:
— Laura Stevenson (@laurastevenson) July 17, 2017
Action Bronson recently sat down with Desus and Mero:
— DESUS & MERO (@desusandmero) July 20, 2017
Culture Abuse weighs in on the greatest debate of all time:
— CULTURE ABUSE (@cultureabuse) July 20, 2017
Young Andrew W.K.! Whoa!
— ANDREW W.K. (@AndrewWK) July 19, 2017
Lauren from Worriers had a bad day get a little better, so go listen to their new song!
— WORRIERS // Lauren D (@worriersmusic) June 13, 2017