Tom Wisniewski of MxPx is the latest guest on The Wasting Time Podcast. (Overcast link.)
MxPx teamed up with Bad Cop/Bad Cop to cover The Dwarves “Salt Lake City.”
Mike Herrera has shared a cover of SR-71 and then Bowling for Soup’s “1985.” You can check that out below.
MxPx has released a cover of NOFX’s “Franco Un-American.” The song is also available on all streaming services.
Mike Herrera has shared a new version of MxPx’s “Don’t Walk Away.”
The Punk In Drublic Festival has announced it’s first 2019 US date will take place in Portland, OR on July 12th at Portland Meadows. NOFX, MxPx, Bad Religion, Anti-Flag, and Mean Jeans are all slated to perform.
Mike Herrera has released a new video for the new song “Lights Out.”
MxPx have shared a new version of “Heard that Sound” featuring Five Iron Frenzy on Apple Music.
John Feldman shared a cool backstage video of himself, Bert from The Used, Chris Cheney from The Living End, and Mike from MxPx doing an acoustic version of “Tijuana Sunrise.”
Scott Sellers has shared a cover of MxPx’s “Your Problem My Emergency.” You can stream that below via Facebook.
Mike Herrera has shared an acoustic cover of Millencolin’s “No Cigar.”
MxPx have released their new holiday song, “December.” It features guest vocals from Emily Whitehurst and Simple Plan’s Pierre Bouvier.
MxPx have released a new EP called Best Life on Spotify and Apple Music.
MxPx have teamed up with Silver City Brewery for the release of “Best Life IPA.” They’ve also released videos for their entire new album.
As some of you may know, I started AbsolutePunk.net over 15 years ago as an MxPx and Blink-182 fan-page. Those were the first two bands I truly loved. They shaped my entire music taste and starting that website changed my life. I wouldn’t be here today if it weren’t for those bands and those albums. Listening to “Doing Time” as a teenager gave me hope. Discovering pop-punk music and the community around it made me feel like I belonged to something special. Small, right outside of the mainstream, but undeniably special. The music was unlike anything I was listening to at the time and hit me right when I needed it most.
Last week MxPx released their new, self-titled, album. It’s their first album since 2012. Today, I’m excited to debut a new episode of Encore featuring lead singer Mike Herrera. This episode is a joint episode with Mike’s podcast, “The Mike Herrera Podcast,” which I also recommend subscribing to and checking out. In this episode we go deep on the new album. We talk about the recording process, the inspiration behind the songs, and then I walk through each song with Mike and get his thoughts on different aspects. I share some thoughts too, but mostly I was trying to get at what made this album feel so fresh, and yet so wholly MxPx, here in 2018.
We also recorded the FaceTime conversation we had doing this podcast and the video is available on the MxPx YouTube channel. I look ridiculous and my cat walks into the office to have lunch a few minutes in, but we thought being able to see each other and read and react to facial expressions would bring a fun vibe to this episode. I think it worked. This is one of my favorite episodes of the podcast I’ve ever done.
Show notes are below, the band’s new album is available on all streaming platforms, and physical copies are available at MxPx.com right now.
MxPx’s new self-titled album will be available on streaming services tonight at midnight. The band just performed the album on Facebook and announced it’s in all Kickstarter backers’ email right now.
MxPx have released a video for their new song “Rolling Strong.”
MxPx have debuted their new video for “Let’s Ride.”
MxPx have announced some new tour dates.