Trash Talk have announced a new string of North American tour dates that will commence early next month. The trek will extend from February 13 and will extend through March 2o. The Californian punks will support from New York hip hop trio Ratking and California-based ambient/electronic artist Lee Bannon. The tour dates can be viewed after the break.
Hardcore heathens Trash Talk have revealed the music video for their track “The Hole,” which comes off of the bands new album No Peace (or Nope Ace, depending). The track is phenomenal and I dig the video based on its extremely DIY-vibe. Weed, punk and puppies. You know you want to jam some new Trash Talk and you know you want to see the video that accompanies it. Check out the video for “The Hole” after the jump. Rad. Continue reading →
You either love or you hate Trash Talk. Personally, I love them and the sense of family that this band has. More than that is their sense of freedom to just do whatever the fuck they want. The band has been captured on film by Never Hide Films for a five minute mini-documentary. It’s really cool and insightful when it comes to how the band operates. Check it out after the jump. Continue reading →
Insane hardcore heathens Trash Talk have announced that their new album will be titled No Peace and that it will be released via Odd Future on May 27th. The band has released the album art (see above), the track listing, a teaser, and a stream of new track “Cloudkicker”, which you can check out after the jump. I enjoyed the bands debut for Odd Future, so I’m sure this won’t disappoint. Continue reading →
Well what a fucking tour this one is. The Dillinger Escape Plan, Retox, Trash Talk and (Norway’s) Shining are teaming up for one beast of a tour for the month of April. I mean, holy shit, is that a line-up or what? I’m personally not a fan of Shining (not this one anyway), but the other three are all amazing bands. You can check out the full poster and dates after the jump. Continue reading →
It looks like Trash Talk have a new drummer on their hands according to a recent tweet. Ex-Mars Volta drum machine Thomas Pridgen has officially joined the hardcore act. No one has yet to mentioned what happened to ex-Trash Talk drummer Sam Bosson however. I am anxious to see how much more aggression and virtuosity Pridgen brings to this band.
Oh shit, right now I am really wishing I lived on the east coast because Trash Talk have announced a brief tour with Odd Future Records label mates Mellowhype. The tour was put together to support both bands new releases; Mellowhype’s “Numbers” and Trash Talk’s “119“. To to a show and wreck a hipster for me and the rest of the AA crew. The dates are as posted below –
11/14 Montreal, Quebec @ Il Motore
11/15 Toronto, Ontario @ Annex Wreck Room
11/16 Ithaca, NY @ The Haunt
11/17 New York, NY @ Gramercy Theater
11/18 Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair
11/19 Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts
11/20 Washington, DC @ Rock and Roll Hote
Last November I attended the wonderful Fun Fun Fun Fest in downtown Austin, TX. The act I was most excited to see (not including Danzig playing The Misfits songs :sigh:) was undoubtedly the hip hop phenomenon known as Death Grips. The group played two shows; one night and one day. The footage featured in this article was taken at the night performance.
The bill for the show that night was originally B.L.A.C.K.I.E, Trash Talk, Death Grips and Kool Keith. However, due to some personal issues Trash Talk was unable to perform. Normally, that in and of itself would ruin any show for me, but this was fucking DFGRPZ, and not only that, it was my first time to see them. It’s probably a given due to the amount in which I fan boy over these guys, but the show was fucking amazing… Don’t take my word for it, watch the rest of DFGRPZ set after the jump.
To commemorate the release of their new album “119“, this past Saturday hardcore band Trash Talk held a little shindig in their LA based warehouse home. The special free event consisted of two shows and a “barbecue”. Luckily for all us non LA residents, journalists from the hipster news outlet Pitchfork to document the mayhem. You can watch the 7 minute video above. It’s got everything from clips of Tyler, The Creator moshing on kids to skateboarding to a kid getting a gnarly cut on his forearm (which is what I am referencing in the title).
Both shows featured in the video look like so much fun. I’ve got a bunch of friends who live in LA and I am pissed at them for not going to this… If I lived there, I would have been at this shit in a second. If you haven’t really checked these guys out before then watch this video and cop a copy of Trash Talk’s new release “119“.
Trash Talk‘s new album 119 is now available for pre-order over on the Odd Future estore. The 14 track album will hit the streets and web on Oct. 9th via Odd Future Records. It’s worth noting that one of the tracks features rappers Hodgy Beats and Tyler, The Creator. I can only wonder what’s that going to be like..
The band has put up another song off 119 on soundcloud (which you can stream below). “Exile On Broadway” continues to flirt with the band’s new-found love for mid-tempo punk riffs. It’s a solid track but is still rather forgettable even for being barely over a minute in length.
Ummm yeah, so apparently that is Lil‘ Wayne on stage with Trash Talk…. Or rather on stage with the Trash Talk/Odd Future collaboration known Trash Wang. As always, OFWGKTA closes with their anthem “Radicals” and uses Trash Talk as their backing band, but this time Weezy comes out on stage to rap scream along. After this awful noise, Trash Talk goes into “F.Y.R.A“; I honestly doubt Wanye stayed out for their but we will never know cause no one at the show cared to film Trash Talk’s set. :(
It’s obvious that this is going to sound like shit but you can watch the video below if you’d like. I know I was just hating and all but if I were there I totally would have been turnt up and stage diving on people…
Trash Talk have released their new, Tyler the Creator directed music video for their new single “F.E.B.N”. The video is mainly a performance video shot in black white. The hardcore quartet jams out while acts of hooliganism are being performed in the background. The song will appear on the group’s upcoming record, 119, which will be released on October 9th via Odd Future Records. Apparently Tyler and Hodgy Beats from OFWGKTA are slated to appear on the track “Blossom & Burn”. I’m not sure how I feel about that. Anyways, check out the video below.
Fresh off of their European tour, Trash Talk have released a new single off of their forthcoming album 119 which is slated for an October 9th release. The single is called “F.E.B.N.” and it’s pretty fucking amazing. The track has yet to find it’s way online, but that should be resolved soon enough. Until then, the thirty second sample of the track that can be heard here is a pretty good indication of how fucking radical this track is. Get pumped. Trash Talk will be releasing a new video on Thursday, so get stoked for that also. Go stream/buy “F.E.B.N.” now. Do it, motherfuckers.
Prepare for a codeine-laced night of debauchery and mayhem. Hardcore outfit Trash Talk and rising rapper/producer Spaceghostpurrp are teaming up for a seven date west coast tour this upcoming July. Expect special guests from both ends of the spectrum at select dates.
07-16 San Francisco, CA – Slim’s (TBA)
07-17 Los Angeles, CA – Check Yo Ponytail 2 (with Chill Black Guys, Alexander Spit, DNF)
07-18 Santa Barbara, CA – Velvet Jones (TBA)
07-19 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction (with Alexander Spit, Sabertooth Zombie)
07-21 Portland, OR – Branx (TBA)
07-22 Seattle, WA – Neumo’s (Capitol Hill Block Party Afterparty) (TBA)
07-23 Seattle, WA – Vera Project (TBA)
No surprise here. Trash Talk’s label, Trash Talk Collective, has apparently partnered up with Odd Future Record to release their new album 119 this fall. Odd Future’s L-Boy had this to say on the group’s signing: