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AND THE WASTERS – ‘State of Repair’ E.P Review

AND THE WASTERS – 'State of Repair' E.P Review

AND THE WASTERS – State of Repair E.P From Bristol, England come And The Wasters. In keeping with that cities creativity, the band produce a unique blend of folk-punk-ska with some hints of jazz. Their new EP, State Of Repair, was released on March 12th and it’s a great

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FRET! – ‘Through The Wound The Light Comes In’ Album Review

FRET! - 'Through The Wound The Light Comes In' Album Review

FRET! – Through The Wound The Light Comes In Fret! are a three piece band from Newcastle, England and they are garnering quite a reputation. Through The Wound The Light Comes In opens with an instrumental, DK that introduces the listener to a band that clearly has

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ROTTEN FOXES – ‘EP II’ Review

ROTTEN FOXES - 'EP II' Review

ROTTEN FOXES – E.P. II Stretching the definition of an EP to nine tracks (albeit three are less than a minute), the Rotten Foxes open with a clip from a movie letting the listener though they intend to get as “Drunk as fuck tonight” before launching full

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WIRE – ‘Silver/Lead’ Album Review

WIRE - 'Silver/Lead' Album Review

WIRE – Silver/Lead Wire kick off extensive celebrations for their 40th year as a band with the release of their 15th studio album, Silver/Lead, which will be released on March 31st via the band’s pinkflag label. The album is as current and vital as ever with the band showing no signs

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JACKSON REID BRIGGS & THE HEATERS – ‘When Are You Going To Give Up On Me So I Can Give Up On Myself?’ Album Review

JACKSON REID BRIGGS & THE HEATERS – 'When Are You Going To Give Up On Me So I Can Give Up On Myself?' Album Review

JACKSON REID BRIGGS & THE HEATERS – When Are You Going To Give Up On Me So I Can Give Up On Myself? Jackson Reid Briggs & The Heaters are another product of that hotbed of creativity, Melbourne, Australia. Their debut album, When Are You Going To

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TERRAFORMER – ‘Mineral’ Album Review

TERRAFORMER – 'Mineral' Album Review

TERRAFORMER – Mineral Terraformer are a Belgian trio based in Liège. They formed in 2010 and have previously released The Sea Shaper (2012) and Creatures (2014). Mineral is their third full album.  It contains six tracks but they’re lengthy (three over eight minutes in length) and the overall sound can only be described

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VARIOUS ARTISTS – ‘Skunx! When Ska and Punk Collide Vol. 1’ Review

VARIOUS ARTISTS - 'Skunx! When Ska and Punk Collide Vol. 1' Review

VARIOUS ARTISTS – Skunx! When Ska and Punk Collide Vol. 1 Vicious Mistress Records, a small DIY punk label from CT, USA have released a fifteen-track compilation featuring, as the album suggests, some punk/ska bands and it’s well worth a listen. First up are Escape from the

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RUBEN VINE – ‘The Life And Times Of An Imaginary Rock Star’ Review

RUBEN VINE – 'The Life And Times Of An Imaginary Rock Star' Review

RUBEN VINE – The Life And Times Of An Imaginary Rock Star In a collaboration between Ruben Vine and the renowned British actor Michael Jayston and accompanied by a twenty-eight page full colour comic, this is a truly unique release particularly in it’s physical form. Ruben Vine is an

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LAZY CLASS – ‘First 3 Years’ Album Review

LAZY CLASS - 'First 3 Years' Album Review

LAZY CLASS – First 3 Years Streetpunk/Oi! band Lazy Class hail from Warsaw, Poland and have recently released their First 3 Years album on Oldschool Records. Since forming in 2013, Lazy Class have released an EP, a mini-album as well as a split LP and it’s the

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GOODBYE BLUE MONDAY – ‘The Sickness, The Shame’ EP Review

GOODBYE BLUE MONDAY – 'The Sickness, The Shame' EP Review

GOODBYE BLUE MONDAY – The Sickness, The Shame Goodbye Blue Monday are a new gritty melodic punk rock band from Central Scotland. Formed in late 2015, the band play raw, passionate, anthemic and uplifting modern melodic punk rock. In February 2017, Goodbye Blue Monday released their debut

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Various Artists – Do You Remember Punk Rock Comps Vol 1

Various Artists – Do You Remember Punk Rock Comps Vol 1

Various Artists – Do You Remember Punk Rock Comps Vol 1 From Boise, Idaho, Hidden Home Records have released a combination of artists as a tribute to “Punk-o-Rama, Fat Music, and the like.” The Wicked Bears open up the 18-track compilation with a Frank Tuner-esque power punk

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DEEP STATE – ‘Thought Garden’ Album Review

DEEP STATE – 'Thought Garden' Album Review

DEEP STATE – Thought Garden Anthemic rockers Deep State have announced their debut album Thought Garden, due for release on Friendship Fever on 14 April. The band hail from that hotbed of music in Athens, Georgia (R.E.M, Vic Chestnutt and many others) Thought Garden opens with some mellow

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