The Mazlows Open Pre-Order Link For “Community Locker” On Vinyl

11/9/2020 – File Under #CPRAMUSICNEWS

So apparently when I write out my dreams they do indeed come true? Denver’s The Mazlows are releasing their debut album, “Community Locker” on vinyl. I love this album and so happy to see a release on record! You can read our review here, https://coloradopunkrockarmy.com/2020/08/06/best-pop-punk-album-of-2020-denvers-the-mazlows-release-community-locker-and-skabones-realizes-hes-a-music-snob/.

Considering this album is a nominee for best pop punk album of the year, You definitely wanna grab a copy of the vinyl as fast as humanly possible! You can pre-order here, https://www.themazlows.com/new-products/the-mazlows-community-locker-limited-edition-12-deluxe-vinyl.

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With 54,000+ Plays On Spotify, Millie Manders And The Shutup’s Latest Release, “Telling Truths And Breaking Ties” Is…

Release date: October 23, 2020

Format : Digital, CD, and Vinyl

Location: Norwich/London

Current Lineup: 

-James Pendle – guitars
-Alessandro Vitiello – drums and samples
-Georgina Boreham – bass guitars
-Dom Walker – sax, trumpet and synth.

Favorite Tracks: Your Story, Broken Record, Here We Go Again, Silent Screams, Bitter, Panic, Not Okay, and Burnout

Sounds Like:  Save Ferris, Last Reel Hero, No Doubt, Dance hall Crashers, People Corrupting People, Band Manners, Sorry Sweetheart, The Interrupters, and The Transplants


Let’s hop in the way back machine kids. All The way back to 2018. CPRA started our quest to bring you the best music and news reviews for Colorado. We quickly surpassed our Colorado goal and started looking internationally. By pure happenstance I happened to come across skapunks, Millie Manders & The Shutup. Their first EP release, “Shutup”, blew me away. You can read that review here, https://coloradopunkrockarmy.com/2018/10/12/millie-manders-the-shutup-shutup-ep/

Since April 2020, we’ve been featuring Millie Manders & The Shutup through CPRA TV on youtube with their new videos for “Your Story” and “Silent Screams”. So today it’s my pleasure to review their new album, “Telling Truths And Breaking Ties”. Let’s start out this review with the first track, ‘Your Story”. I LOVE this song. Millie’s heartfelt and powerful vocals, blazing horns, incredible bass and guitar, and the drums will have you dancing right along. 

This track reminds me what it feels like to be wanted by someone who doesn’t love you back. We’ve all been there going through hoops just to play a part in their story. The next track up is “Broken Record’. This one goes out to all those people who sound like broken records. “I’m sorry, I’ll never hurt you again”. We all know that’s bullshit, but somehow manage to let them creep back in. Millie’s vocal range on this song is nuts!

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The next song is “Here We Go Again (Black Dog”. The chorus will have you singing along from the start. The bass thumps deep, while the guitar and sax lend a friendly hand. The track gets gritty and I love it. Before we go onto the next song, I feel it’s important to discuss mental health. This year has been extra hard on all of us and especially those with mental health challenges. 

If you or a loved one are experiencing thoughts of suicide please call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255. We don’t want to lose anyone! Let’s get back to the next kickass song, “Silent Screams”. This one is for all of us whomever felt no one could hear our silent screams. Mander’s voice speaks to my inner soul. The lyrical writing on this song is remarkable, while each instrument plays an equally important part. 

“Bitter” is the next track and it’s angry. I really didn’t expect this one coming; but I absolutely love the dark bass lines, the guttural almost sinister like vocals, and tribal drums. I think I also hear a theremin in there which was definitely unexpected. Shout out to People Corrupting People for introducing me to the crazy sound of the theremin. 

“Poor Man’s Show” follows up with a more old school Two Tone sound. It speaks of the poor suffering while the rich stay nice and warm. This track may be referring to England, yet I feel it relates to the entire world. Here in the states we have so many people laid off and suffering yet our government can’t agree on any sort of stimulus to help us out. Let’s get dark and nasty next with “Panic”.  “Panic” speaks on climate change and the dangers of staying on the course we have. Here in Colorado we have historic fires that have been burning for 3 months! 

After listening to tracks like “Bitter” and “Panic” it’s hard to imagine going back to a softer tone yet they do just that with “Glitter Mix”. At first listen I thought this might be Adele and actually had to check my phone. This track shows the amazing talent the band holds and Mander’s voice seems to reach new heights. “Not Okay” speeds the tone back up and the skapunk sound fully returns. Here’s yet another track that will make you dance. Were all going bored out of our minds with quarantine so put on this song and make your own dance party. I love the lyrics on this track. 

||: I’m not ok
I don’t see myself being that way
I haven’t been for years
But I’ve got masks made up to cover up my tears :||
I’m not ok…”

The last and final track is up next with a great upbeat tempo, “Burnout”. Did you ever think about the bands bringing you music? Many of them struggle to bring you the music. They are working jobs just like you and me and still manage to hit the road. They manage to produce new music as often as they can afford it. That’s why CPRA really pushes underground bands. We may occasionally write on mainstream music, but let’s face it. Those bands already have a massive following. This track is badass!

In closing, Millie Manders & The Shutup’s, “Telling Truth And Breaking Ties”, is an absolute lyrical and instrumental masterpiece. This record is now a nominee for my best album of 2020! I can only see the number of plays on Spotify and other media distributors growing and growing. It’s the perfect gift for the teen you’re trying to get into punk rock. You can check it out here, https://milliemanders.bandcamp.com/album/telling-truths-breaking-ties.

Tracks: 

1. Your Story

2. Broken Record 

3. Here We Go Again (Black Dog) 

4. Silent Screams

5. Bitter

6. Poor Man’s Show 

7. Panic 

8. Glitter Mix 

9. Not Ok 

10. Burnout 

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Fat Wreck Alumni, Love Equals Death, Return After 14 Year HiatusTo Team Up With The Static Age To Release 7” Halloween Split

Release Date: 10/31/2020                                                            

Format: Digital/Physical – Pre-order now only 50 copies of the vinyl are available!

Distribution: SBÄM Records Europe: https://bit.ly/2ZrMrPp

SAY-10 Records US Release: https://bit.ly/3m9EaJS

Location: 

  • Love Equal Death (CA, USA)
  • The Static Age (IL, USA)

Love Equals Death is: (Per Facebook)

  • Chon Travis-Guitar & Vocals 
  • Jeremy Lantz-Bass
  • Johnny Myers-Drums

The Static Age is: (Per Facebook)

  • Andrew Paley
  • Adam Meilleur
  • Joe Sowinski

Favorite Tracks: Recover, The Bellows, Dust, and The Flight of The Banshee

Sounds Like: No Use For A Name, Good Riddance, Direct Hit, Joy Division, Gang Of Four, and Bauhaus


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Halloween is quickly approaching. For some people Halloween is their favorite time of the year. In the age of Covid it may damper our usual celebrations. Two kickass bands are back and in action again just in time for a Halloween 7” Split. Love Equals Death (Fat Wreck Alumni), return after 14 years to team up with Static Age on a new split due out on Halloween 2020!

Love Equals Death, last release was Nightmerica on Fat Wreck in 2006. The Static Age released an EP called Mercies on Uncle M / Riptide Recordings in 2012. Both records are amazing so be sure to check those out as well. The new split contains 4 brand new and spooky tracks. The combination of post punk and melodic punk seem to go perfectly together. Let’s see what the bands have to say regarding the new release.

“Flight Of The Banshee was from an experience I had while on Tour that took place at an old Texas campground that was said to have been the burial ground for victims of the Mexican Cartel. We were really tired of driving so we pulled over there at about 3 am and instantly started to see, hear, and feel what we could only conclude to be, a Banshee spirit experience.

Dust is a very personal experience that I had that lasted about four years that had me at odds with myself. Some days I would be strong and others I would almost feel a sense of depression and I felt that there was nothing left to do but rot in isolation, so I started writing my thoughts out and it was the world around me that had me bummed, so I realized that I couldn’t change the world but I could get myself out of the situation that I was in and now I kind of chuckle at the lyrics, “until I turn to dust”, because I found away to remove myself from the downward spiral. It’s vague, but as I stated before, it’s very personal. I hope this helps. If you need more detail, please let me know. Thank you guys!” – Love Equals Death

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“The first song, “Recover,” was revived from a spate of recordings from 2016. We’d played versions of the song on tours as early as 2014, but this version was actually recorded during Andrew’s own process of recovery following an accident. We ended up liking the demo vocals so much we kept the originals and built the song around them. The other song, “The Fan and the Bellows” is a cover of the seminal post-punk band The Chameleons.” – The Static Age

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This split 7″ co-release between Say-10 Records (USA) and SBÄM (EU). Check out this beautiful looking vinyl. Collectors beware this record is limited to the first 50 buyers! Make sure to pre-order asap so you won’t miss out!

Track List (Subject To Change)

Love Equals Death – Flight of the Banshee

Love Equals Death – Dust

The Static Age – Recover

The Static Age – The Fan and the Bellows

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Best Pop Punk Single Of 2020? Denver’s The Mazlows Release “Leaving Town” Out Now!

Art work by @_mck.k

Release Date: 7/16/2020

Format: Digital

Label: DIY

Location: Denver, Colorado

Current Lineup: (Per Facebook)

  • Nate Hout – vocals/guitar
  • Colton Kooker – guitar
  • Daniel Carrillo – drums
  • Peter Hodel – bass

Favorite Tracks: Leaving Town

Sounds Like: Sunset Silhouette, Came And Took It, Mixed Kid Fridays, The Swifts, Stray The Course, and FIDLAR


Photo By Lola Marie

Denver’s The Mazlow’s dropped a fresh single this morning called, “Leaving Town”. Is it the best pop punk single to release this summer? It comes off the heals of some of their previous releases, which you can hear and read about here, https://coloradopunkrockarmy.com/tag/the-mazlows/. This track was originally written 15 years ago when the Mazlow’s were angsty teenage boys.

Photo By Lola Marie

Per their recent article in Westward, “Leaving Town” is about just that. Seeking out those teenage desires to run free out into the world. Per guitarist Colton Kooker, “The song connects our young dreams of moving away, to the current realities of still having challenges in life,”. For me this track encapsulates that teenage feeling of wanting to break free and experience life as we know it.

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With COVID currently stalking us, it’s awesome to have something energetic and hopeful to sing along with. This writer couldn’t be more excited for their full album release in August 2020. You can pick up the single now from all the major music providers.

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A Board Game And A New Record? Punk/Rock Legends Paul Gray & Rat Scabies (Professor And The Madman), Announce New Record And Video For New Album, “Séance” Out Nov 2020

Punk/Rock Legends, Alfie Agnew (Adolescents, D.I.), Sean Elliott (D.I., Mind Over Four), Paul Gray (The Damned, U.F.O.) and Rat Scabies have joined together again to compose a new exciting progressive rock and pop punk album, ‘Séance‘.

Coming right off the heals from their 2018 wildly successful “Disintegrate Me” record, they plan to focus the new album in an exciting direction. Per Alfie Agnew, “The new material is definitely eclectic. It’s less punk-influenced than our previous three studio albums. The 1960s and ‘70s musical influences are more pronounced. We’re big fans of The Kinks, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, David Bowie, Brian Wilson, Led Zeppelin, and, of course, The Damned. Sean and I also had musical productions like Jesus Christ SuperstarPhantom of the Paradise, Tommy and Hair in mind when writing this album.”

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https://professorandthemadman.com/home

Personally this writer is very excited for more Professor And The Madman. I’m definitely gonna pick up “Séance” on the Yellow Vinyl + CD + Board Game Accessory Kit before it sells out!

Photo by Photo: John Gilhooley

 Séance: Tracklist
 
1. All the Lonely Souls (Voice: Elliott)
2. Séance (Vocal: Elliott)
3. So Long (Vocal: Agnew)
4. Real Me (Vocal: Elliott)
5. A Child’s Eyes (Vocal: Agnew) 
6. Time Machine (Vocal: Agnew)
7. Man With Nothing to Lose (Vocal: Elliott)
8. Two Tickets to the Afterlife (Vocal: Elliott)
9. The Council of Purgatory (Vocal: Agnew)
10. All the Lonely Souls (Reprise)
11. Greetings From the Other Side (Vocal: Elliott)
12. New World (Vocal: Elliott)
 
Produced, mixed & mastered by Sean Elliott and Alfie Agnew at Hollydale Studios, Fullerton, California; March 2019-March 2020
 
All songs by Professor and the Madman
 
Alfie Agnew: Vocals, guitars, keyboards, horn, tea kettle
Sean Elliott: Vocals, guitars, keyboards, horns, bamboo
Paul Gray: Bass guitar
Rat Scabies: Drums and percussion

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Pop Punks Stray The Course Release New Single From Quarantine, “Between The Walls” And It Will Give You The Feels

Way back in 2018 CPRA first checked out Denver’s Stray The Course. I have been a fan ever since. While their music sounds happy and go free. It’s actually full of depth unlike some of their predecessors. I’m looking at you New Found Glory! I kid of course.

So to my delight the band dropped a new video yesterday for “Between The Walls”. This awesome track is just another amazing example of why we here at CPRA love them so much!

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Pueblo, Colorado Psychobillies, The Dead End Release “HELLBOUND” Via Batcave Records

Release Date: Mar 13, 2020          

Format: Digital

Label: Batcave Records

Location: 

  • Pueblo, Colorado

Current Lineup: (Facebook)

  • Lucian: Stand Up Bass, Electric Bass and Vocals
  • Pickle:Drums
  • C. Von Los: Guitar and Vocals

Favorite Tracks: Semjaza: The Sermon, Hellbound, Two Bullets, Semjaza: Occult, Pissin’ on My Leg


Sounds Like: Dick Dale, Lucitones, Gamblers Mark, Rev Horton Heat, Queen City Sinners, Nick 13, Tiger Army, The Meteors, and The Long Tall Texans


I am in a state of absolute shock as many of us struggle with the Covid-19 isolation. There’s one thing we must do, “Stay positive”! For almost all of us this sort of thing has never happened before. Our friends and families are losing their jobs, supplies are running low, and overall hope is diminished. Now is the perfect time to support our underground artists struggling to make ends meet. 

The Colorado music community has banded together to help each other out with fundraising and volunteering. We may be into all different types of music, but we all share a common goal of making it through these trying times. This Friday, March 20, 2020, our merch vendor Threadless.com is waiving all fees and allowing artists to collect all proceeds. We here at CPRA will donate all proceeds from Friday to Punk Rock Saves Lives, a local non profit organization. You can find our merch here for the 3/20/2020 sale, https://cpramerch.threadless.com/.

Pueblo’s The Dead End have been nonstop supporters of CPRA since the very beginning. Their style of catchy, dark, psychobilly have made them one of my personal favorite bands.  Now it’s our turn to give back to an awesome band that fills my life with hope. They dropped their new record, “Hellbound” recently via their label, Batcave Records. So let’s give this record a spin! 

The first track is “Semjaza: The Sermon”. Per, Wikipedia, “In the Book of Enoch, the watchers (Aramaic עִירִין, iyrin) are angels dispatched to Earth to watch over the humans. They soon begin to lust for human women and, at the prodding of their leader Samyaza, defect en masse to illicitly instruct humanity and procreate among them”. I don’t know about you, but Semjaza sounds like he would be fun to party with. 

This song feels straight outta the late 1950’s and inspired by legendary guitarist Dick Dale, played by the infamous Creeper C. Von Los. Lucian’s bass pounds with every thump. With no feeling of dread, it’s time to start this journey down with Pickle on drums. The next rack is “Hellbound”.  I adore this track! Grab your dancing partner and step on the Hellbound train. Everything about this track is perfection! 

Track 3 is “Two Bullets”. Not only is this a great dancing song, but it’s filled with an exceptional story line. We’ve all been there in a fit of jealousy and rage. Now of course we are not acting on our impulses, but with track Creeper is planning love rampage. Pickle’s drums are excellent, while the guitar has an amazing old school country steel sound.  

“A bullet for her,

bullet for him,

bang bang baby,

I shot them dead”

The next song is “Young Hollow” and continues a wicked storyline. Lucian’s upright bass foretells a dark, dangerous tale before the drums and guitar join the fray. This song feels a little more on the punk rock side, while still retaining the elements of psychobilly. “Neon Moon”, follows and no it’s not the lame Brooks And Dunn version.  This is one of the slower tracks, but another fantastic narrative.

The next track is “Little Sister”, a cover written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman and made famous by Elvis Presley. The Dead End’s version is faster, heavy on bass and an overall blast. Next is another personal favorite track, “Semjaza: Occult”. This song is 100% pure psychobilly as it clocks in at a whopping 1:08.

Pic by Deadhand Art

Sadly we are down to the last new track from The Dead End, with “Pissin’ on My Leg”. By far my favorite on the record. This track is  addicting with catchy lyrics, combined with heavy bass thumps, wicked drums and perfected vocals. We can ALL relate to this song. Why are they not headlining Viva? 

To sum this record up, The Dead End’s, “Hellbound” is by far their best release to date. Their mix of blues, classic country, and punk rock has been masterfully composed and fires on all hot rod cylinders. Be sure to hit the purchase button on many of the links below. Cpra hopes to get the Dead End back into Denver as soon as we are all given the go ahead! 

#CPRAMusicNews: Flatliner’s Front Man Chris Cresswell Releases New Personal Solo Track “Feel” Out Now!

Pic By Gideon Le Rouge

Flatliner’s front man Chris Cresswell dropped his brand new acoustic release track, “Feel” this morning. This track is beautiful and deals with aging. Denver loves Chris and the Flatliners. We are hoping he will play this one when they come into town on 5/24/2020 to play the Marquis!

Per Chris, “Playing music for a living can cause you to live a life with blinders on. Maybe life in general is just like that at a certain age no matter what you do for a living. You’re barreling down your own path so fast and determined, an awful lot of time can pass before you even know it. As we age, relationships become more and more crucial to our existence. We’ve all heard that “you are the company you keep”, and as time goes on we’re able to choose our own family, choose our own people, and I feel that it’s important to cultivate those relationships and allow them to continue to shape you fundamentally as a person.

This song is about the simple fact of effort being paramount in a relationship and that sometimes that effort can break down if you’re always the one out there floating in space around the people you love.” You can purchase and stream the new track here.

Chris Cresswell Live on Tour: 
Feb 24 – Boston, MA @ O’Brien’s Pub
Feb 26 – Baltimore, MD @ Waverly Brewing Company w/Joey Cape
Feb 27 – Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle w/Joey Cape
Feb 28 – Asbury Park, NJ @ Asbury Park Brewery w/Joey Cape
Feb 29 – Brooklyn, NY @ Knitting Factory w/Joey Cape
Mar 01 – Amityville, NY @ Amityville Music Hall w/Joey Cape
Mar 07 – Toronto, ON @ Horseshoe Tavern w/Dave Hause & the Mermaid
Mar 08 – Montreal, QC @ Café Campus w/Dave Hause & the Mermaid
Mar 23 – Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge
May 11 – Manchester, UK @ Castle Hotel
May 12 – Southampton, UK @ Planet sounds
May 13 – Kingston, UK @ Fighting Cocks
May 14 – Bristol, UK @ The Exchange

May 24th 2020 Show Flatliners/Vulture Wake/Came And Took It/

Chris with his band The Flatliners: 
*Indicates the band playing “Cavalcade” album in full for 10th anniversary of record
Apr 25 – Glasgow, UK @ Stereo*
Apr 26 – Manchester, UK @ Manchester Punk Fest*
Apr 28 – Bristol, UK @ The Exchange*
Apr 29 – London, UK @ New Cross Inn*
Apr 30 – Amsterdam, NL @ Q Factory*
May 01 – Cologne, DE @ MTC*
May 02 – Munster, DE @ Uncle M Fest *
May 04 – Hamburg, DE @ Hafenklang*
May 05 – Berlin, DE @ Cassiopeia*
May 06 – Nuremberg, DE @ DESI*
May 08 – Vienna, AT @ Flex*
May 09 – Wels, AT @ SBAM Fest*
May 19 – San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill*
May 21 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo*
May 22 – San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick*
May 23 – Las Vegas, NV @ Punk Rock Bowling
May 24 – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater*

Chris as guitarist of Hot Water Music:
Feb 20 – Richmond, VA @ The Broadberry
Feb 21 – Richmond, VA @ The Broadberry
Feb 22 – Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair
Feb 23 – Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclai
Mar 19 – Kansas City, MO @ The Record Bar
Mar 20 – Kansas City, MO @ The Record Bar
Mar 21 – Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge
Mar 22 – Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge
Jun 11 – Nürnberg, DE @ Hirsch
Jun 14 – Hamburg, DE @ Booze Cruise Festival

Track List 

  1. Feel

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The Pistol Mystics Win Best 2018 “Punk Band” From Cincinnati Beat And Drop New Release Recorded By Joe Queer, “Strip Mall Love Longs”

Photo by CityBeat.com

Release Date: January 1, 2020                 

Format: Digital 

Label: Ammunition Records

Location: 

  • Cincinnati, OH

Current Lineup: (Per Facebook)

  • Joe Rains- Vocals, Rhythm guitar
  • Mike Templeton- Lead guitar
  • Jamie Taylor- Drums
  • Seth DeHart- Bass ** 

Favorite Tracks: “All Eyes on You”, “Work My Way

Sounds Like: NOFX, Bad Religion, Johnny Thunders, The Ramones and even Chuck Berry


Over the weekend I was asked to listen and review The Pistol Mystics newest 4 song EP called “Strip Mall Love Songs”. First glance I was a little confused by the image choice, old rusty broken Ferris wheel. I think it was a missed opportunity for a photo of a creepy abandoned strip mall. With broken abandoned carts in the parking lot, but you can’t judge an album by the cover (that’s what my dad always said). Anyways I tuned in via Spotify and have been listening to this album all weekend.

I want to provide you with my honest opinion about this record. Shhiiittt, I’m even listening to it right now as I’m typing. The Pistol Mystics have an interesting origin story. After Joe Rains mutually parted ways with their bass player due to medical issues he added Seth DeHart. **Seth joined The Pistol Mystics after recording of this EP; all bass tracks on this EP were performed by Cheetoh Bandito of The Queers!

Joe chats about the honor they got working alongside Joe Queer from The Queers, which is pretty rad. Joe Queer recorded “Strip Mall Love Songs”. I went into “Strip Mall Love Songs” just knowing this much about them. I didn’t want to see any images or videos of them until after I got to listen to the record. My first thought about The Pistol Mystics?

Rockabilly / Punk/ Melodic sound that takes you back a few decades. Back when parents would have considered this the “Devil’s Music”, because it made you want parents would have considered this the “Devil’s Music”, because it made you want to shake your hips, raise your fist in the air and party all night. The song I probably dug the most and caught myself singing a few times were “All Eyes on You”. 

The drums, the melody of the song, guitars and everything just made me want to get up and groove. Groove is probably not very “punk”, but shit this song had me doing some hip shakin , hand jiven and dancing like the devil myself took over my body. While “Work My Way” gave me this chanty, gotta have you now and I’m going to get it vibe. These two songs have left an impression on me.

Every song on this album has a catchy hook ranging from either
guitar riffs, chorus, back up vocal to even air drumming along. (Hope no one
saw me in my car). I’m definitely adding these tracks to my road trip
playlist. You can check them out here, https://open.spotify.com/album/5m2n72WtsdJzj6QPL7HAXO?fbclid=IwAR2zTSmU2RsF5hEyGCc-Pt8pFuOxMMK8c3fh4dmdvfbYrThjpznlL-6v2WM

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Tracks: 

  1. All Eyes on You
  2. Gotta Get Out
  3. Don’t Wanna Smile
  4. Work My Way

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About A Punk: Review by Wednesday Voorhees

CPRA Music News – Stray The Course Drops New Single cover of “Dua Lipa’s IDGAF” aka Pop Punk Goes Metal!

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Release Date: December 16, 2019

Format: Digital

Label: DIY

Location: Denver, CO

Current Lineup: (Per Facebook)

  • Ronnie Toplyn: Vocals/Guitar
  • Steve Nelson: Vocals/Guitar
  • Ben Baroch: Bass Guitar/Back up Vocals
  • Cooper Travis: Drums/Back up Vocals

Favorite Tracks: IDGAF

Sounds Like: Flatliners, Came And Took It, Nerdlinger, and Fourbanger


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It seems that Stray The Course is prepping up for a new EP! We here at CPRA are huge fans! Today they released their brand new cover of DUA LIPA – “IDGAF”. The track is pop punked with a side of metal. The original version is not my style, but I”ll rock this one everyday!

I LOVE this song! Be sure to check out our other articles on the Stray The Course here, https://coloradopunkrockarmy.com/2018/10/09/stray-the-course-self-titled-ep/

Tracks: 

  1. IDGAF

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