Back to the new Springfield music that has been coming out! In the category of local hip hop – here’s a five-track release that dropped right at the end of last month (so the end of 2018). It’s Deezy Da Paperboy with The Midwest Miracle, which you can find streaming on the player embedded below. The last track “Light The Sky” features vocalist from Lincoln, IL, Alexa Redd.
For a long list of what music has recently come out in Springfield, check out our album archive page.
“Punk!” Our friends in the band This Is A Stick Up! based over in Decatur, Illinois recently put out a six track EP called The Dumpster Punk EP – 20 minutes or so of straight forward punk rock music, and you should check it out. You can stream the release on the player below. Also head over to the band’s bancamp page to pay to download the album.
This Is A Stick Up! have no shows lined up in Springfield as of right now as far as we can tell. We are counting this release in our big ol’ Springfield Ultimate Album Archive even though they are a hop and a skip away in Decatur. Stay tuned for more info on our 2018 year-end best of polls very very soon!
This past weekend at the annual Black Sheep Band Lotto a complete shock to us all was the release of a limited run of 25 lathe cut records from band #3, going by the name “EGGMAN”. Tonight we are bringing you the recordings of EGGMAN from that lathe cut record, so even all of you who weren’t lucky enough to pick up this rare piece of Springfield music history can still be fortunate enough to get to listen to the Eggman’s recordings. Stream EGGMAN’S release “Cube Zero” on the player below. There are two tracks for each side of the late cut, but five songs are there total. Also head over to Eggman’s bandcamp page to download the release at your own price.
Eggman does not have any more shows lined up. Will Springfield ever see another Eggman performance? This release does in fact count towards our 2018 list of Springfield releases in our ultimate Springfield album archive.
Today we are bringing you a stream of the hot new four-track EP from Springfield punk rock group “MAC“. The EP is called No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs. Why is their EP called that? Here is a description from the band’s facebook:
These were signs that hung on businesses windows in London the the 60s, 70s and the early 80s. Anti Irish discrimination was always part of the Irish/British history, it dates back to over 800 years ago. From the ’60s all the way through to the ’90s was a period in Irish history known as “The Troubles”. During this time it became increasingly hard for Irish people to live in the UK. The British government pushed their anti Irish scare because of the actions of the IRA and Irish were branded as drunks and terrorists. Being Irish myself, I have felt this discrimination in England. As a small child, I was beaten in my own backgarden by a random person, for no other reason only because I was Irish. Til this day there is still many who hold this view. I dont think I’ve been to the UK a single time without being called a Paddy Bastard.
As you can see on these posters it wasn’t any different for anyone else, be it black or brown.
Stream the full EP on the player below, also head on over to MAC’s bandcamp page to purchase the download. MAC do not have any shows currently lined up that we know of – they did just play the Black Sheep Halloween show this past week.
We are currently building up everything that has been released in Springfield on our Springfield Album Archive Page!
Today we are bringing you a couple of songs off of a release by a new Springfield fast punk band called “Uncle Sam’s Mutagenic Children”. You can stream the songs “Own Boss” and “Scum” from the band’s tape- Right Answers To The Wrong Questions on the player below. The new project features members of Gutterpriest and GUSH. This is only a portion of the tape – you can hear the full thing by picking up a physical copy of the tape at Dumb Records.
Uncle Sam’s Mutagenic Children do have one show lined up at Black Sheep on Saturday, October 27th. We have not officially announced the show yet though! Be on the lookout for that very soon!
Here’s some more new Springfield music coming at ya, a second time today! This afternoon we are bringing you a massive twenty-track album by Springfield recording project “Demons On Wheels” which is a solo project by Mark Schwartz (End Times Trio, Forest Saints). This is the second release for Demons on Wheels, following a self-titled album that came out last year. You can stream the new album Unleashed on the player below. Also head over to the Demons On Wheels bandcamp to pay to download the album.
Demons On Wheels has no live shows scheduled. We are still working on updating our ultimate list of Springfield albums for 2018! Check out that page right here.
Springfield pop punk super-band Hospital Job have not played a show at Black Sheep in a hot minute, but the band has still been very active still cranking out hits. If you can believe it, the band just recently dropped their fourth full length album out now on Rad Girlfriend Records – Haze Like Me. You can stream the full 10-track album on the player below. Pre-order the vinyl release from Rad Girlfriend Records right here. Hopefully Dumb Records will be able to carry copies of this album at some point!
Hospital Job don’t have any shows lined up in Springfield as of right now, we will be sure to let you know as soon as they do though! The band is playing Fest 17 in Florida next month.