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SLOW FACTION – ‘Under Heavy Manners’ Album Review

SLOW FACTION – 'Under Heavy Manners' Album Review

SLOW FACTION – Under Heavy Manners Slow Faction are a ’77 era influenced punk four piece who’s This Machine Kills Fascists EP spawned a song, Woody Guthrie that graced the upper reaches of the ‘Just Some Punk Songs’ best of 2016 chart! Their new mini-album was just

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FLATLINE STEREO – ‘Bright Eyes’ EP Review

FLATLINE STEREO – 'Bright Eyes' EP Review

FLATLINE STEREO – Bright Eyes Flatline Stereo release their latest EP Bright Eyes on Monday 2 October. Opening with a raw yet polished rocker called Don’t Get Me Wrong, the band display some serious pop-punk sensibilities with a melody attack on top of some dirty chords. They

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AND BURN – ‘Setbacks’ Album Review

AND BURN – 'Setbacks' Album Review

AND BURN – Setbacks And Burn are a four-piece DIY Post hardcore band from the South Coast of Victoria, Wonthaggi to be exact. They have released two EP’s Keep to the Code and Never Bring a Knife to A Gun Fight along with two albums Living the

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SCIATIC NERVE – ‘Sciatic Nerve’ Album Review

SCIATIC NERVE – 'Sciatic Nerve' Album Review

SCIATIC NERVE – Sciatic Nerve Sciatic Nerve hail from just up the road from where I live in Santa Rosa, California and feature members of bands such as the Swingin’ Utters, Western Addiction and Nothington. The band members grew up as close friends and they have combined

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THE CRAVATS – ‘Dustbin Of Sound’ Album Review

THE CRAVATS – 'Dustbin Of Sound' Album Review

THE CRAVATS – Dustbin Of Sound The co-founder and frontman of The Cravats, The Shend, describes ‘Dustbin of Sound’, their first new LP in 37 years – “As always, it’s unique.” The album contains 13 tracks with all of the weirdness that fans of the band have

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PROPAGANDHI – ‘Victory Lap’ Album Review

PROPAGANDHI – 'Victory Lap' Album Review

PROPAGANDHI – Victory Lap Propagandhi are set to release their new album Victory Lap on September 29th via Epitaph records. It’s been five years since the last album Failed States but these Canadians can still rock it. They have added a new member to the band, Sulynn Hago,

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THE YOUNG HEARTS – ‘Honestly, I’m Just Thinking’ Review

THE YOUNG HEARTS – 'Honestly, I’m Just Thinking' Review

THE YOUNG HEARTS – Honestly, I’m Just Thinking Emo/Alt-rockers, The Young Hearts from Kent, UK are to release their new EP Honestly, I’m Just Thinking on September 29th through Primordial Records. The Young Hearts suffered close personal losses and even were involved in a serious car accident

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NELSON CAN – ‘EP3’ Review

NELSON CAN - 'EP3' Review

NELSON CAN – EP3 Danish trio, Nelson Can will release their new record, EP3 on Alcopop! Records on 29th September 2017. The band return to the UK later this year supporting JAWS on several of their November 2017 headline our dates (see below for details) – tickets are on sale now:

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THE DELINQUENTS – ‘About Last Night’ Album Review

THE DELINQUENTS – 'About Last Night' Album Review

THE DELINQUENTS – About Last Night The Delinquents are a three-piece punk outfit with influences ranging from Green Day to The Smiths and from The Replacements to GBH. The band have been putting on their own shows in intimate venues in their local Dundee, Scotland area to raise

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Fit To Work – CD​-​ROM #7: “Dealing with anger in the workplace”

Fit To Work – CD​-​ROM #7: "Dealing with anger in the workplace"

Fit To Work – CD​-​ROM #7: “Dealing with anger in the workplace” Fit to Work self describe as a “quasi-autonomous, non-governmental punk act based in Glasgow.” Their recently released debut EP CD​-​ROM #7: “Dealing with anger in the workplace” deals with anger in the workplace as well

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SUPERNOTHING – ‘Black And Blue, Thrills And Spills’ Album Review

SUPERNOTHING – 'Black And Blue, Thrills And Spills' Album Review

SUPERNOTHING – Black And Blue, Thrills And Spills Hailing from London, England, Supernothing have just released their debut album, Black And Blue, Thrills And Spills. The album enters with the ska-infused Safe In The Knowledge as the band get things moving with a reassuring self-confidence! The radio

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WINDOVER – ‘Maze’ EP Review

WINDOVER – 'Maze' EP Review

WINDOVER – Maze Windover hail from Minsk, Belarus and their recently released five-track EP, Maze, has been playing on repeat here at punk online towers. From the melodic, skate punk guitars of the opening song, Wasting Time, the thing that hits you with this band are the

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