Free Download: Paper + Plastick Label Sampler 2015


paper + plastick label sampler 2015

Paper + Plastick has released a free Spring Sampler which can be downloaded for free below.

Track list:

01: Dwayne – Low Expectations
02: Break Anchor – First World Problems
03: After the Fall – Dedication
04: Brutal Youth – Contrarian
05: We Are The Union – Call In Dead
06: Aspiga – My Little Eraser
07: Junior Battles – Bunk
08: The Moms – Blow me
09: Bad Ideas – Clumsy Hands
10: Class of 86 – Veni Vidi Vino
11: And We Danced – The Ring


Break Anchor Releasing Van Down By The River on April 7th


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Break Anchor, featuring Suicide Machinesguitarist/vocalist Jason Navarro, is streaming their song “I’m Sorry,” off their new album Van Down By The River, out via April 7, 2015 via Paper + Plastick, below.

Track Listing:
01. First World Problems
02. I’m Sorry
03. Fell Apart
04. Bang Bang
05. West Alexandrine
06. Gone
07. Beyond Occupy
08. 18 Winters
09. Down and Out
10. DTFKWTME
11. Acronyms
12. Black Hearts and Blackouts
13. 2,000 Miles

In related new, Break Anchor will be supporting Suicide Machines on a run of dates in April, which can be found here.

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Suicide Machines Book April Tour With Break Anchor, Derek Grant and Bastardous


suicide machines break anchor dereky anchor bastarous tour

Seminal Detroit ska-hardcore outfit Suicide Machines will be doing a run of dates with Break Anchor, Derek Grant and Bastardous in April. They will be doing their 1996 album Destruction By Definition in full. Also joining them will be longtime drummer Derek Grant (Alkaline Trio), who played with the band from 1992-1998.

Suicide Machines officially took an indefinite hiatus in 2006, but have been playing a handful of reunion and local shows periodically since 2009. The band’s guitarist/vocalist, Jason Navarro, will be pulling double duty on this tour playing guitar for Break Anchor as well. Break Anchor is set to release a new full-length album sometime this year, but details on that are still under wraps.

Apr 03: The Brass Rail – Fort Wayne, IN
Apr 04: St. Andrews Hall – Detroit, MI
Apr 05: Lost Horizon – Syracuse, NY
Apr 06: Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA
Apr 07: The Chance – Poughkeepsie, NY
Apr 08: Rock N Roll Hotel – Washington, DC
Apr 09: Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA
Apr 10: The Gramercy – New York, NY
Apr 11: Shaka’s Live – Virginia Beach, VA
Apr 12: Asbury Lanes – Asbury Park, NJ
Apr 14: Rex Theatre – Pittsburgh, PA
Apr 15: The Agora – Cleveland, OH
Apr 16: Thompson House – Newport, KY
Apr 17: Reggie’s – Chicago, IL
Jun 18: Amnesia Rockfest – Montebello, QC