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Thursday, May 21, 2020

Jeff Rosenstock - "No Dream (Album Stream)" [Rock & Alternative]

No Dream (Album Stream)

"No Dream (Album Stream)" music video by Jeff Rosenstock
Added: 21-05-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Jeff Rosenstock - NO DREAM [FULL ALBUM STREAM]

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Order on Polyvinyl: https://plyvnyl.co/no-dream

Painted & Hosted by Megan Hart: https://ift.tt/3bRBRVp
Directed & Edited by Bob Vielma: https://ift.tt/2ziqNTN
Technical Assistance by Mikey Tnasuttimonkol

Jeff Rosenstock's NO DREAM is available digitally May 20, 2020, in stores August 21, 2020. All donations collected via Quote Unquote Records will go to Food Not Bombs.

1. NO TIME (0:22)
2. Nikes (Alt) (1:15)
3. Scram! (3:08)
4. N O D R E A M (5:58)
5. State Line (9:48)
6. f a m e (12:48)
7. Leave It In The Sun (16:58)
8. The Beauty Of Breathing (19:30)
9. Old Crap (22:27)
10. ***BNB (25:52)
11. Monday At The Beach (29:12)
12. Honeymoon Ashtray (30:18)
13. Ohio Tpke (34:48)

JOHN DEDOMENICI - BASS
KEVIN HIGUCHI - DRUMS
MIKE HUGUENOR - GUITAR, VOCALS
DAN POTTHAST - ACOUSTIC GUITAR, KEYS, VOCALS
JEFF ROSENSTOCK - VOCALS, GUITAR, KEYS N MORE

LAUREN BRIEF - VOCALS ON 4
CHRIS FARREN - KEYS, VOCALS ON 8 'N' 12
LAURA STEVENSON - VOCALS ON 3, 6, 7, 8 'N' 12
BOB VIELMA - TROMBONE ON 6, 10 'N' 13

VOX N CLAP SQUAD: GILBERT ARMENDARIZ, ANGELINA BANDA, LAUREN BRIEF, SIM CASTRO, LAURA HAMMOND 'N' NEIL SHARMA

RECORDED BY JACK SHIRLEY AT THE ATOMIC GARDEN EAST
MIXED BY JACK SHIRLEY AND JEFF ROSENSTOCK
MASTERED BY THE ONE & ONLY “GRAMMY JACK” SHIRLEY
ADDITIONAL RECORDING BY JEFF, DAN, LAURA & CHRIS IN THEIR RESPECTIVE HOMES
PRE-PRODUCTION AT DISTRICT RECORDERS IN SAN JOSE, CA

© 2020 Polyvinyl Record Co.

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Before making his first solo effort, Long Island native Jeff Rosenstock was the driving force behind the bands Bomb the Music Industry! and the Arrogant Sons of Bitches. A major advocate of D.I.Y. ideals since his teenage years, he also founded the donation-based indie label Quote Unquote Records in 2006. From the mid-'90s until their breakup in 2004, the Arrogant Sons of Bitches released three high-energy ska-punk records and various EPs, after which Rosenstock and a couple of other members formed the new collective Bomb the Music Industry! Incorporating ska, punk, hardcore, and even synth pop, Rosenstock stuck to his D.I.Y. ideals both musically and conceptually. The prolific group generally offered its albums as free downloads, kept its concert tickets under $10, and even provided free stencils and paints at its gigs so fans could make their own T-shirts. With a rotating cast of members, Rosenstock was the one constant during the band's ten-year run. In addition to starting his own label and fronting side projects like Kudrow and Antarctigo Vespucci, he had stints playing in various other punk and ska bands like Mustard Plug, the Bruce Lee Band, and Andrew Jackson Jihad. His solo debut, I Look Like Shit, arrived in 2012. By this time, Bomb the Music Industry! had begun to slow down and eventually called it quits in 2014. Rosenstock delivered his second solo album, We Cool?, the following year, followed in 2016 by the nervy, ambitious Worry., his second effort for SideOneDummy. Written early 2017 and recorded by producer Jack Shirley in a marathon one-week session, Rosenstock's third full-length, Post-, was released with no advance promotion on New Year's Day 2018.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Jeff Rosenstock

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