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DEAD ROYALTIES – ‘Spraying Perfume On The Flowers’ Review

DEAD ROYALTIES - 'Spraying Perfume On The Flowers' Review

Two singles from Bristol’s Dead Royalties that were released in 2015 and are available on Bandcamp and follow hot on the heels of our review of the recent Metz gig in New York. The connection between the two is that these bands are loud, complex (“math punk” is

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NOT TONIGHT AND THE HEADACHES – ‘If You Were Real You’d Do Your Own Stunts’ Review

NOT TONIGHT AND THE HEADACHES - 'If You Were Real You’d Do Your Own Stunts' Review

Well the bands tongue in cheek name alludes to their self-proclaimed influences and desire to resurrect the sound of mid 90’s pop punk. They achieve this admirably, sitting back and closing my eyes I could just imagine myself back in the mid 90’s, when I was discovering

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KRIEGS LEGION – ‘War Bastard’ Review

KRIEGS LEGION - 'War Bastard' Review

Comprised of some punk veterans from Detroit and fresh from supporting Sham 69 and Total Chaos over the past year, Krieg’s Legion have released a powerful album. Street Rock Records has a stable of punk/Oi/skinhead bands and these guys are at the head of the pack. War

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STATIC FICTION – ‘All In’ EP Review

STATIC FICTION - 'All In' EP Review

From the opening power chords and explosive drumming of ‘Main Street’, it’s clear that Static Fiction are a band who have a great deal of talent. The track is a pop-punk classic in the spirit of My Chemical Romance or fellow Californians, AFI. It’s a great energetic

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CARTER USM – ‘Hello, Good Evening, Welcome and Goodbye: Live at Maida Vale’ Review

CARTER USM - 'Hello, Good Evening, Welcome and Goodbye: Live at Maida Vale' Review

Carter The Unstoppable Machine have released their farewell radio session on CD, vinyl and download. Recorded live at Maida Vale, performing a special gig for Steve Lamacq on his Radio 6 Music Show, the hour long set was played to small and passionate crowd of fans. The

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JUNO – ‘Speed Won’t Cut It’ EP Review

JUNO - 'Speed Won't Cut It' EP Review

Back in 2014 we reviewed Juno’s three track EP ‘Answers’ and we proclaimed “Three tracks of blistering punk rock music simply leave you wanting more as this is ‘proper, in your face’, stuff”. Fast forward to February 2016 and we get to hear their latest offerings. Our

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ELMO AND THE STYX – ‘I, Idiot’ Review

ELMO AND THE STYX - 'I, Idiot' Review

This 5 track E.P. from Elmo and the Styx (EATS) follows on from their 2014 debut album, Happy. The band confirmed that the 5 songs are the ‘poppier’ recordings from a recent studio session where 16 songs were laid down for a new album in 2016. Opening

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HOSTILE MINDS – ‘No Innocence’ EP Review

HOSTILE MINDS - 'No Innocence' EP Review

Featuring Tom of Arch Rivals, Hostile Minds are releasing a three track EP on January 20th, 2016 and it’s gonna be worth the wait! The band is quickly gaining a reputation in the British punk/Oi! Scene and these three tracks show why. The first song, ‘Same Old

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FATSKINS – FEAR CITY – ‘Split EP’ Review

FATSKINS - FEAR CITY - 'Split EP' Review

Kicking off 2016 with a roar, Arizona’s Fatskins and Chicago’s Fear City release a split EP on January 16th. Fatskins have been cult favourites in the US since the 1990’s and the EP opens with S.F.F.S. a tight, powerful and angry track urging the listener to “not

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POOTIE – ‘Man Pig’ Review

POOTIE - 'Man Pig' Review

Since 2013 a 16-year-old multi-instrumentalist currently living in Florida in the US has been working at recording the album Man Pig. It’s an eclectic set of songs that betray the DIY nature of one person playing a number of parts and reminded me a little of the

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DECONTROL – ‘Still Fucking Angry’ Review

DECONTROL - 'Still Fucking Angry' Review

Reformed in 2014, Decontrol have just released a brand new nine track album, ‘Still Fucking Angry’. The North-Eastern anarcho-punk band originated during the 90’s but after a break they have reformed even angrier and even more intent in getting their Class War stance across. It’s easy to

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NEWTOWN NEUROTICS – ‘Triumph Over Adversity’ Review

NEWTOWN NEUROTICS - 'Triumph Over Adversity' Review

Re-released by Violated Records 2015 I was lucky enough to see Newtown Neurotics perform live in the summer of this year. This was the first time I’d seen them and they had always been on my bucket list ever since I first heard ‘Beggars Can Be Choosers’

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