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PADME – ‘Bugün’ Album Review

PADME – 'Bugün' Album Review

PADME – Bugün Padme, another super punk band from Istanbul, Turkey who hang around with some of our favourites from that city, Asperger and Hedonistic Noise, have sent us their new album Bugün (it means “Today” in Turkish). The band mostly sing about their boredom, crooked politics

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HIGHTOWER – ‘Club Dragon’ Album Review

HIGHTOWER – 'Club Dragon' Album Review

HIGHTOWER – Club Dragon Hailing from Paris, France, Hightower have followed up their 2014 debut Album, Sure. Fine. Whatever., with their sophomore effort, Club Dragon. The album will be released on September 15th and is chock full of melodic punk rock. Opening with a few seconds of

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3rd TIMES A CHARM – ‘EP Collection’ Review

3rd TIMES A CHARM – 'EP Collection' Review

3rd TIMES A CHARM – EP Collection New Jersey pop-punk quartet 3rd Times a Charm have announced a new release, EP Collection for September. The record draws on previously released material as well as brand new tracks, with the band set to tour in support of the new

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SHWAT – ‘Wasty Tasty’ Album Review

SHWAT – 'Wasty Tasty' Album Review

SHWAT – Wasty Tasty Swhat are an Australian three piece, straight up punk rock band and they have just released their second album, Wasty Tasty on Heart of the Rat Records. The band describe their approach as “offering up their guitars, aim for the jugular and get

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COMRADE NIXON – ‘Feels Like A Thousand Years’ Review

COMRADE NIXON – 'Feels Like A Thousand Years' Review

COMRADE NIXON – Feels Like A Thousand Years Comrade Nixon recently released a follow up to last year’s Wine and Circuses album. Recorded live to tape at Robot Dog Studio the energetic opening track N.K.V.D. powers along with a loose garage rock feel. On Color Me Blood

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STAND ATLANTIC – ‘Sidewinder’ EP Review

STAND ATLANTIC – 'Sidewinder' EP Review

STAND ATLANTIC – Sidewinder Stand Atlantic hail from Sydney, Australia and are set to release their new EP Sidewinder on 15th September via Rude Records. The five tracker opens with the title track Sidewinder and the female lead vocals are immediately in your face dripping with velvet power and the song develops into

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THE HELLFREAKS – ‘Astoria’ Album Review

THE HELLFREAKS – 'Astoria' Album Review

THE HELLFREAKS – Astoria After a split up by end of 2014 and a period of a creative re-invention, The Hellfreaks came back with Shakey Sue at the helm and a completely new line-up with a big portion of punk rock attitude and started with a tour

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ERO GURU – Self Titled EP Review

ERO GURU – Self Titled EP Review

ERO GURU – Self Titled EP From Diest in Belgium come Ero Guro and their self-titled debut EP will be available in the physical form on September 9th (limited to 200 7 inch vinyl singles) but you can download from Bandcamp too. The band have recently formed

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JULIE AND THE WRONG GUYS – ‘Self Titled’ Album Review

JULIE AND THE WRONG GUYS – 'Self Titled' Album Review

JULIE AND THE WRONG GUYS – Self Titled Julie Doiron is returning to music after a five-year hiatus with a new self-titled LP under the name Julie and The Wrong Guys. This time around, the Canadian singer-songwriter and former Eric’s Trip member will be accompanied by a

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THE RAMONAS – ‘First World Problems’ Album Review

THE RAMONAS – 'First World Problems' Album Review

THE RAMONAS – First World Problems OK, full confession up-front, we love The Ramonas here at and the anticipation was at an all time high as we unpacked their debut album that is due for release on September 10th. Opening with the U.K.Subs-esque 2.0.16 (fuck this)

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L.A. WITCH – Self Titled Album Review

L.A. WITCH – Self Titled Album Review

L.A. WITCH – L.A.Witch Californian trio L.A. Witch are set to release their debut self-titled album on Sept 8th via Suicide Squeeze Records. The first track, Kill My Baby Tonight sets the scene with a nod to ‘60s garage music as the reverb drenched guitars are ably supported by

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MATILDA’S SCOUNDRELS – ‘As The Tide Turns’ Review

MATILDA’S SCOUNDRELS – 'As The Tide Turns' Review

MATILDA’S SCOUNDRELS – As The Tide Turns Matilda’s Scoundrels from Hastings in the south of England will release their debut album, As The Tide Turns on September 8th. The 6-piece folk/punk band have been building a solid reputation up and down the country over the past year

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