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Mixtapes release “You’d Better Bring More Dudes” video

Mixtapes have released a new music video for "You'd Better Bring More Dudes," a song from their 2011 EP Hope Is For People. Watch...

Exclusive: Mixtapes sign to No Sleep Records, plan full-length for 2012

Altpress.com can exclusively reveal that Cincinnati, OH's Mixtapes are the latest band to join the growing roster of No Sleep Records. The band is...
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Premiere: Mixtapes’ “I Accept That”

Check out this premiere of the new video from Mixtapes for "I Accept That." The track appears on the band's latest release Maps &...

Check out the artwork for “The Thing That Ate Larry Livermore” compilation

Artwork for the upcoming The Thing That Ate Larry Livermore compilation has been revealed (above). The comp, curated by Lookout Records founder Larry Livermore,...

Mixtapes perform “Soup’s Whatever” in new Pink Couch Session

Mixtapes recently performed "Soup's Whatever" as part of the Pink Couch Sessions. The song appears on the band's Short Collection Of Short Songs EP....

Mixtapes and Seahaven announce west coast tour

Mixtapes and Seahaven (Run For Cover Records) will be touring the west coast together during July.  July 3rd- Albuquerque, NM July 4th- Midland, TX- The Pinebox July 5th-...

The Wonder Years announce record release show

The Wonder Years have revealed they will be performing at a special record release show in support of their upcoming album, Suburbia I've Given...

Mixtapes – Hope Is For People EP

Mixtapes Hope Is For People EP   Punk, especially in its post-millennial form, is as self-aware a genre as you're going to find, with the highest levels...

The Wonder Years update upcoming tour support

The Wonder Years have posted an update detailing new support for their upcoming tour. An Update on The Manscout Jamboree Tour: In the wake of the...

Mixtapes – A Short Collection Of Short Songs EP

Mixtapes A Short Collection Of Short Songs EP   Formed after the death of singer Ryan Rockwell’s father, Ohio’s Mixtapes are far from the gloomy, morbid band...