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Sons Of Encouragement

BASS LOL of the week

February 9, 2011

Okay this is gonna be where we just take the Mick out of something once a week and hopefully u'll love us a bit more :L (:, it'll be on a different night from the facbook and may EVEN be a different thing, so watch out :P :L

-Darren

 


 
Davy Jones and the Seven Seas

Ana's Inferno Music Video!!

February 9, 2011

Hey everyone!! We will be UNLEASHING our new music video for our song "Ana's Inferno" tomorrow at 1:00 pm central time! It is going up on our youtube channel so you all should check it out and let us know what you think!!!

Thanks!!

-Nick (DJ&7S)

 


 
UnsignedPUNK

Bands to Play in Sherborne, UK

February 9, 2011

All bands from the UK if you are interested in playing on Saturday, and you are close to Sherborne, Please contact Lily Schneider as she is looking for band or bands to play this Saturday. Let her know if your interested!

Holler,
Team Unsigned
Unsignedpunk

 


 
Shot Memory

Been a while!

February 9, 2011

Hey! So, Shot Memory status:

due to the frustrations of not finding a bassist we're gonna have Aaron jump on the bass himself, making us, once again, a three piece band! Also, we're gonna start practicing songs for our first 7" I wanna put out by the end of spring! Look out for that and maybe some new shows soon once we get everything straightened out. Stay Lucid!
-patch

bands to check out today!
Crooked Ways
Seahaven
Daytrader
CSTVT
Bike Tuff

 


 
Palmchat

STUDIO!

February 9, 2011

Hey Dudes,
We're in the studio right now! Recording our first LP...
so stay tuned and visit www.facebook.com/palmchat for the latest information!

 


 
Adventure Starts Tomorrow!

Live in London? AST! @ Fox And Firkin

February 9, 2011

To any UnsignedPunk.com members who live in or around the London area - tomorrow night Adventure Starts Tomorrow! return to the Fox And Firkin in Lewisham after owning it with their last gig of 2010 with The Display Team, They Came From Japan and Beneath The Harbour.

Come on down and watch AST! return to cause more pop punky mayhem!

Deets can be found here -

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=192859787396088

Steve
AST!

 


 
Earworm

Open Mic

February 8, 2011

Open Mic tomorrow night at Max's Place in Bloomington, IN. This is not our first show, but it is our first show under the name, Earworm. We have finally made the side project an official group. Time to make some music! Who's with me?!

 


 
Oh my days

review

February 8, 2011

Had a listen and it sounds cool man. well played and pretty slick!! sounds like you guys are pretty compitent players and tight as a group. slick catchy pop punk man. i like the melodies.
(Dave warsop beat union)

 


 
Jon Wayne and The Pain

Sophomore album "Follow Through" released on 4-20

February 8, 2011

Follow Through by Jon Wayne and The Pain builds upon the success of the group’s self-titled 2008 debut album. Making guest appearances on the album are Slightly Stoopid’s horn players and percussionist Christofer “C Money” Welter, Daniel “DELA” Dela Cruz, and Oguer “OG” Ocon. Minneapolis hip-hop artist Yoni also contributes to the album with a unique indie hip-hop meets roots-reggae track. Known for crafting songs that not only entertain but often inspire as well, this release finds Jon offering an optimistic update to the tales of personal struggle from the debut album that allowed fans to gain a surprisingly intimate understanding of his motivations. Now seemingly at peace with his turbulent past, Follow Through presents a well earned opportunity to look back upon how far they come while setting their sights firmly on ever greater heights to come.

 


 
Jon Wayne and The Pain

Birth of the debut JWP record

February 8, 2011

The trio’s debut full length, Jon Wayne and The Pain, was first released in May of 2008. The songs on the album had been stacking up in the band’s set list for years. Many of the tracks were written well before “The Pain” was a rhythm section. Wayne had played acoustic shows with a few fiends in Fargo in a project called Happens Often. While Jon covered many songs from his idols, Sublime, Slightly Stoopid, and the like, his own words and melodies took shape in the smokey Side Street Bar. After moving to Minneapolis and forming Jon Wayne and The Pain, the catchy original tunes multiplied while practicing and playing house parties at Wookiefoot’s infamous Playhouse. During this time Jon Wayne and The Pain would define their own niche in the Reggae-Rock genre. Jon’s acoustic guitar, sometimes clean, sometimes distorted or funked out by a wawa pedal always made his Blues Junior amp sing. What made fans flock to this sound most was Jon’s clear voice and sincere, memorable lyrics about addiction, friendship, and love.

 


 
 

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