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TOP DOG – ‘Razor Reg’ EP Review

TOP DOG – 'Razor Reg' EP Review

TOP DOG – Razor Reg Top Dog from Carlisle, UK are almost single handedly attempting to revive and recall the Oi! sound of the 1980s. The band released their debut EP, Welcome to My World in 2015 and followed it up with their first full length last

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KAMIKAZE GIRLS – ‘Seafoam’ Album Review

KAMIKAZE GIRLS - 'Seafoam' Album Review

KAMIKAZE GIRLS – Seafoam On their 2016 critically acclaimed debut EP SAD, Leeds-based duo Kamikaze Girls wanted people to know that it was okay to be struggling. Front woman Lucinda Livingstone’s lyrics spoke honestly and openly about her experiences with everything from anxiety and depression to addiction –

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THE NIGHTMARE POLICE – ‘Losing The Light’ EP Review

THE NIGHTMARE POLICE – 'Losing The Light' EP Review

THE NIGHTMARE POLICE – Losing The Light Hailing from Long Island, The Nightmare Police are on a mission to bring light from the darkness. Hitting on relatable topics such as youth, drinking, loss and addiction, their infectious tunes leave a feeling of nostalgia and self-reflection. Citing influences

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Rumors Of A Free Lunch – Five Minutes You’ll Never Get Back

Rumors Of A Free Lunch – Five Minutes You’ll Never Get Back

Rumors Of A Free Lunch – Five Minutes You’ll Never Get Back The superbly titled Five Minutes You’ll Never Get back is the new release from Rumors Of Free Lunch. Consisting of four short tracks that just add up to slightly over five minutes in length, the

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REBUKE – ‘Wouldworks’ Album Review

REBUKE - 'Wouldworks' Album Review

REBUKE – Wouldworks Disconnect Disconnect Records mark release number DIS050 with a limited edition cassette re-release of their very first release (DIS001). Swedish skate punkers Rebuke‘s classic 2010 album Wouldworks. This will be the label’s first cassette release which also includes a bonus track in the form of

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ROUND EYE – ‘Monstervision’ Album Review

ROUND EYE – 'Monstervision' Album Review

ROUND EYE – Monstervision Round Eye are a ‘freak-punk’ outfit based in Shanghai and formed in 2012. They plough a furrow replete with saxophone and in the vein of Captain Beefheart. They released their second album Monstervision on Joey Shithead of Vancouver’s DOA Southern Death Records and

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ROTZAK – ‘Rotzak’ EP Review

ROTZAK – 'Rotzak' EP Review

ROTZAK – Rotzak Rotzak (Dutch for “bastard”) were formed in 2016 in Diest (Belgium). Drummer Niels, bass player Jody and guitarist Jo came from a stoner metal band called Ghost of a Bullet. When that band broke up they hooked up with Niel (The Greatest Handshake). From

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COCK SPARRER – ‘Forever’ Album Review

COCK SPARRER - 'Forever' Album Review

COCK SPARRER – Forever Legendary London street punk band Cock Sparrer are gearing up to release their first new album in ten years – ‘Forever’ is released June 2nd on Randale/Pirates Press Records. The band initially started out in 1972 and gigged with the likes of the Small Faces,

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BURNT TAPES – ‘Alterations’ EP Review

BURNT TAPES – 'Alterations' EP Review

BURNT TAPES – Alterations  London-via-Athens punk rock band the Burnt Tapes have revealed details of their forthcoming EP ‘Alterations’ which be launched on June 2nd.. The EP opens with the title track, Alterations and it’s a very strong effort indeed with some gritty vocals and some excellent musicianship producing

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ULRIKA SPACEK – Modern English Decoration

ULRIKA SPACEK - Modern English Decoration

ULRIKA SPACEK – Modern English Decoration Ulrika Spacek will release their sophomore album, Modern English Decoration on June 2nd via Tough Love. Much like their debut album released in early 2016, the band chose to record, produce and mix the entirety of the record in their shared house – a

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AUTHORITY ZERO – ‘Broadcasting To The Nations’ Album Review

AUTHORITY ZERO – 'Broadcasting To The Nations' Album Review

AUTHORITY ZERO – Broadcasting To The Nations Since ’94 Authority Zero has brought their unique signature blend of anthemic melodic-punk and reggae to the masses. A lot has changed in the 20 plus years since the band formed in the mid 90’s in Mesa, AZ but, on

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ROSELIT BONE – ‘Blister Steel’ Album Review

ROSELIT BONE - 'Blister Steel' Album Review

ROSELIT BONE – Blister Steel With Greg Graffin of Bad Religion releasing a country album, Roselit Bone hit Punkonline Towers with a retro alt country album with hints of Hank Williams and Johnny Cash throughout. The relationship between country, folk and punk is one that has been

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