Today In Jeff Rosenstock: New Antarctigo Vespucci EP, Smith Street Band Stream

Antarctigo Vespucci

This morning, Jeff Rosenstock and Chris Farren released a surprise EP as their project Antarctigo Vespucci called I’m So Tethered, as a kickoff for the tour the band will be starting in a few days. The project, which was originally envisioned as a one-off project between it’s two members, was kickstarted via the release of their debut Soulmate Stuff earlier this year. At four songs length, the EP is shorter than Soulmate, but it still contains the energy and hooks of the first release. Additionally, the EP features drums by Benny Horowitz of The Gaslight Anthem and various contributions by Brooklyn pop-punk band Chumped. A physical release of the EP will be out soon via Asian Man Records. Stream the record over at The A.V. Club, and check out Antarctigo Vespucci November 16th at the Middle East Upstairs (tickets are still available via Ticketweb).

UPDATE 6:30pm: The EP is up for pre-sale now via Asian Man’s website.

UPDATE 10/31: Predictably, the EP is now available as a free download over at Jeff’s own Quote Unquote records.

Also, in a new feature we will call “Two Stream Thursdays” and then never refer to again, Jeff spent a solid chunk of this year in Australia working on an album with The Smith Street Band. The result of the trip, Throw Me In The River, is now streaming via the aptly named Australian music site The Music. In addition, read an excellent review of the record and a track-by-track commentary by SSB songwriter Will Wagner over at Under The Gun Review.

Antarctigo Vespucci Tour Dates 2014:

Nov. 1–The Fest–Gainesville, Florida
Nov. 3–Backbooth–Orlando, Florida
Nov. 4–Wonder Root–Atlanta, Georgia
Nov. 5–Cafe Coco–Nashville, Tennessee
Nov. 6–Double Happiness–Columbus, Ohio
Nov. 7–Mac’s Bar–Lansing, Michigan
Nov. 8–Beat Kitchen–Chicago, Illinois
Nov. 9–The Grog Shop–Cleveland, Ohio
Nov. 10–Roboto–Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Nov. 11–Strange Matter–Richmond, Virginia
Nov. 12–DC9–Washington D.C.
Nov. 13–Asbury Lanes–Asbury Park, New Jersey
Nov. 14–Golden Tea House–Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Nov. 15–Palisades–New York City, New York
Nov. 16–Middle East Upstairs–Boston, Massachusetts
Nov. 17–The Space–Hamden, Connecticut

Alex Chiasson

Alex Chiasson is a writer for Boston Ska (dot) net. Alex's first experience with ska involved referring to it as "that music with the horns, right?". He's gotten better with categorization, but he also has this weird thing about staying humble. You can see Alex perform with The New Limits.

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