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The Gaslight Anthem made their return with surprise NJ show, add NYC with Jeff Rosenstock to tour

Back in March, The Gaslight Anthem announced that they'd be returning to "full time status as a band," and they announced a fall tour with Jeff Rosenstock and Tigers Jaw. They got their return started earlier than expected, however, when they played a surprise set at Garwood, NJ's Crossroads on Saturday night (6/18), for what was to have been Brian Fallon's third solo show at the venue (rescheduled from December). "SURPRISE!!!! Looks like I decided to turn my third solo show @crossroadsgarwoodnj to a secret first @thegaslightanthem show!,” Fallon wrote on Instagram. "Good thing we live-streamed it."
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Jeff Rosenstock and Defy Wrestling Release Punk Rock Pay-Per-View for Seattle Venue Fundraiser

Earlier this month, Jeff Rosenstock performed a wrestling-themed show with the Seattle-based promotion Defy Wrestling at the all-ages venue and art space the Vera Project. The Seattle venue has now announced a $10 pay-per-view stream of the show to benefit “the development and preservation of all-ages DIY spaces in Seattle and all over the country.” After a series of wrestling matches, Rosenstock performed live in the ring with the Death Rosenstock band before being carried off by Defy star Ethan HD (who wrestled earlier in the event against AEW star Ortiz). Watch it all at Vimeo and find a preview below.

Jeff Rosenstock at Slowdown

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Jade Presents: Jeff Rosenstock

Jeff Rosenstock plays The Aquarium in Fargo on Friday, June 10! Tickets go on sale Friday, March 18 at 12PM here: Proof of Vaccination OR Negative COVID-19 Test Required for Entry. At the tour’s request, to enter the establishment, you are required to provide proof you are fully vaccinated*,...

Tim Kasher releases new song ft. Laura Jane Grace & Jeff Rosenstock (listen)

When Cursive/The Good Life frontman Tim Kasher announced his new solo album Middling Age, he revealed that one song, "Forever of the Living Dead," features guest vocals from Against Me!'s Laura Jane Grace and sax by Jeff Rosenstock, and that song is out now. It's a six-minute, melancholic slow-burner and it gets pretty explosive when Laura and Jeff come in. It also comes with a delightfully creepy music video. Here's what Tim says about all that:

Tim Kasher – “Forever Of The Living Dead” (Feat. Laura Jane Grace & Jeff Rosenstock)

Tim Kasher is releasing his latest solo album, Middling Age, next month. He announced it with “I Don’t Think About You” a little bit ago, and today he’s back with a new single, “Forever Of The Living Dead,” which features contributions from Laura Jane Grace and Jeff Rosenstock in the form of backing vocals and saxophone, respectively. Here’s Kasher on the song and its accompanying video:

Oceanator announces new LP co-prod. Bartees Strange, shares song ft. Jeff Rosenstock on sax

Oceanator, the project of Brooklyn indie rock musician Elise Okusami, has announced her sophomore album, Nothing's Ever Fine, due April 8 via Polyvinyl (pre-order on pink vinyl). The album was co-produced by Bartees Strange, alongside Elise herself and her brother/bandmate Mike Okusami. Elise handled guitars, synths, bass, keys, and vocals, and longtime collaborator Andrew Whitehurst drummed on most songs, and there are also a handful of other cool contributors. Lead single "Bad Brain Daze" features sax by recent tourmate (and Polyvinyl labelmate) Jeff Rosenstock and gang vocals from members of Groupie, Bad Moves, Maneka, The Sonder Bombs, Long Neck, Late Bloomer and Alright. "It’s a chorus of friends all going through it," Elise said. "It felt nice to have that connection, even if it was pieced together with emails of files."

Oceanator Announces New Album, Shares Video for New Song “Bad Brain Daze” (Feat. Jeff Rosenstock)

Oceanator, aka Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter/guitarist Elise Okusami, has announced a new album, Nothing’s Ever Fine, and shared a new song from it, “Bad Brain Daze,” via a video that also features a cameo from Jeff Rosenstock (who plays saxophone on the song). Okusami co-produced the album with Bartees Strange and her brother and longtime bandmate Mike Okusami. Nothing’s Ever Fine is due out April 8 via Polyvinyl. Chris Farren directed the “Bad Brain Daze” video, which combines live action and animation. Watch it below, followed by the album’s cover art and tracklist, as well as Oceanator’s upcoming tour dates.