Christ On A Crutch – Crime Pays When Pigs Die (For fans of Against All Authority, Minor Threat, Black Flag)

Man, Christ gets around these days. We’ve Christ On Parade, and now apparently he’s on a crutch. Get well soon Jesus. Christ On A Crutch is one of the bands where I got their album a long time ago but never really got around to listening to it, and then discovered the awesomeness through the random function of my MP3 player. The music is aggressive punk rock, very similar to Against All Authority without the ska (actually, AAA covers a Christ On A Crutch Song). […]

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Leftover Crack – Rock The 40 Oz (For fans of Choking Victim, INDK, Star Fucking Hipsters)

Man, you know there’s no such thing as Leftover Crack! The most prolific of the crack rock steady bands, and it all started with a little EP called 40 Oz To Freed… oh wait, no that’s Sublime. I meant Rock The 40 Oz. Say whatever you want about Leftover Crack (well, think it over a bit first, maybe sleep or meditate on it), calling them immature or whatever but nobody mixes ska with punk/metal/crust as well as these duders, and Rock The 40 Oz proves […]

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Sunday Had It In For Me (A Mix)

Hope you’ve had a kick ass weekend. Mine was pretty sweet up until about sunday. Unfortunately my hard drive crashed, losing a bunch of files and causing headaches all around (fortunately, I was able to save the majority of the important ones). I’ll try to make it not effect the site, but if there are periods without any updates, you know why. Also, just because the day wanted to fuck with me, I received notice that my identity was stolen.Turns out some douchebag financial service […]

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Everyone Everywhere MP3 Tour (Exclusive Track!!!)

Today, we here at housewives have something special for all you dear readers. For those who don’t know, kickass band Everyone Everywhere and our friends over at their label Tiny Engines decided that they were going to release their upcoming Self Titled album on the information super highway (we need to bring this term back) by having an MP3 tour, and we are honored to be one of the blogs chosen. Today we bring you the exclusive track “Tiny Boat” from Everyone Everywhere’s Self Titled, […]

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Municipal Waste w/Toxic Holocaust (live @The Note 4/21/10)

Last night, after my dodgeball game (7-0 motherfuckers), I skipped kickball (yeah, I’m 5) to go see one of my favorite bands Muncipal Fucking Waste. They were playing at The Note in West Chester, so while it was slightly tamer than a Philly show, it was still insane and an awesome time. Also, big props to the sound guy, as every band sounded really good level wise. Black AnvilI got there right in time to catch New York metal band Black Anvil. Their music was […]

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Everyone Everywhere MP3 Blog Tour Begins!

There’s those who don’t fucking get it, such as the soon to be completely irrelevant RIAA who is pushing for the federal government to mandate spyware installs on our computer to delete MP3s (no, seriously). Then there are those who fucking get it. Label Tiny Engines and band Everyone Everywhere have decided to completely give away Everyone Everywhere’s upcoming Self Titled Release through an MP3 blog tour! Everyday (minus the weekend), a blog will host a song off of the new album. We here at […]

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Stay Sharp – Four Songs (For fans of Kid Dynamite, Paint it Black, The Steal)

Not to toot my adopted city’s own horn, but I am willing to call Philadelphia the melodic hardcore capital of the world. Ever since Kid Dynamite graced Philly, it’s been a breeding ground for hardcore with many damn good bands: Paint it Black, Lighten Up, Stay Sharp. Wait, you’ve never heard of Stay Sharp? You’re missing out duder. Stay Sharp’s four song EP (appropriately titled “Four Songs”… although I think they should have called it Five Songs just to fuck with people) have all the […]

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Mustard Plug Releases New Song “Aye Aye Aye”

Ska legends Mustard Plug have released a brand new track called “Aye Aye Aye”. I’m not sure if it’s coming off of any new release or anything like that, but here at Housewives, I’m pretty stoked to hear any new material (although I’ve heard them play this one live before). Check it out. MP3:Mustard Plug – Aye Aye Aye We want the Mustard, we want the Mustard:Mustard Plug – In Black and WhiteMustard Plug Interview Buy:mustardplug

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District of Concubines (A Mix)

So this past weekend I headed down to DC to meet up with some friends who live/moving down there. Seems like everyone I’m friends with lives in DC these days, so why not have a little DC mix with the town Stephen Colbert once described as “the chocolate city with a marshmallow center, and a graham cracker crust of corruption. It’s a Mallomar I guess is what I’m describing.” MP3:Cloak/Dagger – Walk The BlockTeen Idles – Teen IdlesMinor Threat – Think AgainEmbrace – MoneyGood Clean […]

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Disfear – Misanthropic Generation (For fans of Discharge, Toxic Narcotic, At The Gates)

Man, Disfear are the master’s of the d-beat scene, even… (dare I say it?) better than d-beat pioneers and whom the genre is named after, Discharge. I loved Disfear’s last release “Live The Storm”, but never had a chance to check out any of their earlier releases. Disfear brought the Swedish d-beat crust to a whole new level on Misanthropic Generation. While the band is from Sweden, all of the lyrics are in English. The vocals may sound familiar to some metal fans, as the […]

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