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Slightly Stoopid

Their 9th studio album Everyday Life, Everyday People, due July 13, features guests Ali Campbell (UB40), Alborosie, G. Love, Chali 2na (Jurassic 5), Don Carlos, Yellowman, and Sly Dunbar (Sly & Robbie).

The Spice Pistols

They auditioned for the 13th season of America's Got Talent and will appear on the show May 29.

Daring Greatly

A video is streaming online for "Black and White," the first single from their sophomore full-length Works of Art.

Dead Cross

The group pairing members of Retox, Slayer, and Faith No More released a previously unannounced self-titled, four-track EP digitally and will be offering it as a limited edition 10-inch black/green swirl vinyl record on June 29.

Vokab Kompany

Their new track "PoliTricks" features Mitchy Slick and Alfred Howard, with an accompanying video produced by Gianny Torza and Little Foot Productions.

Stephen Bishop

New L.A. label Blixa Sounds will re-release Bishop's third album from 1980, Red Cab To Manhattan, including previously unreleased tracks.

Brothers Gow

"Due to a really serious injury to my spinal cord and the firm directive of a physician, we need to cancel our upcoming spring tour," reports drummer Nathan Walsh Haines.

The Monroes

A new version of the band behind the 1980s hit "What Do All the People Know" has formed with sole founder Bob Monroe now backed by singer-guitarist Ronny Jones, singer-guitarist Barry Scott, keyboardist-songwriter Dave Pomeranz, and drummer Bobby Sale.

Bart Mendoza

His writing appears in first book from Burger Records, The Scooter Chronicles, covering the early 1980s Southern California mod scene, with name checks for area bands like the Crawdaddys, the Odds, Tell Tale Hearts, and more.

Radio Moscow

The Iowa-turned-San Diego band is on the road promoting their new album New Beginnings with a European tour.

The Gloomies

They have a new single, "Tiger," which they'll support by touring through May with Cullen Omori, before finishing a new album due for release later this year.

Chad Farran

A new single is out for "Like a River," with an accompanying video melding black and white and color party footage with a closeup of Farran singing, scenes reflected in a pair of comically oversized shades.

Flogging Molly

After Dennis Casey's cracked rib from an overly enthusiastic fan hug heals, a co-headlining tour with Dropkick Murphys kicks off June 1 at Jacobs Pavilion in Cleveland, OH, and wraps up June 23 in Gilford, NH.

Black Market III

"Black Market III is officially signed to Rip Cat Records," reports Scottie Blinn. "Stoked to be label-mates with the Blasters, Kid Ramos, John Clifton, the 44s, Orphan Jon & the Abandoned, Alastair Greene [Alan Parsons], Rod Piazza, and many more greats on the worldwide blues scene."

King Taylor Project

They're on the road through June for a national tour that takes them through 23 states, with over 40 gigs in 12 weeks.

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