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TOP DOG – S/t Album Review

TOP DOG - S/t Album Review

“Welcome to our world, where the sun don’t fucking shine, welcome to our world, where you gotta tow the line” is the belting chorus from Cumbrian Oi band Top Dog. Their self-titled debut album is full of references to a grey working class life and the struggles

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HOMELESS NOT HELPLESS

HOMELESS NOT HELPLESS

HOMELESS NOT HELPLESS A Benefit event to raise money for the homeless people of Cardiff YMCA in Cardiff. Punk forever Invites you to a night of bands that are fed up of the worlds fuck ups , people having to live on the streets , fucking war

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JPNSGRLS – New Album ‘Divorce’

JPNSGRLS - New Album 'Divorce'

JPNSGRLS: ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM DIVORCE OUT 22 JULY ON LIGHT ORGAN RECORDS Canadian four-piece JPNSGRLS have announced the release of their second album Divorce out on 22 July via Light Organ Records To mark the album announcement, JPNSGRLS have released a special video for album track Oh My

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DEUX FURIEUSES – ‘Tracks of Wire’ Review

DEUX FURIEUSES - 'Tracks of Wire' Review

Deux Furieuses are a London/Glasgow duo Ros Cairney (guitar and vocals) and Vas Antoniadou (drums and vocals). Their debut album ’Tracks of Wire’ is produced by Rob Ellis (PJ Harvey’s drummer and arranger) and comparisons to Harvey are fair. Are we Sexy Enough? Is a brilliant opening song

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DISCHARGE – ‘End of Days’ Review

DISCHARGE - 'End of Days' Review

Back in 1980 I boarded a clapped out mini-bus with 14 other punks to attend a gig in Derby (The Assembly Rooms I think?) headlined by Discharge and supported by Disorder amongst others. The early Discharge singles had taken the sounds of the Clash, Sex Pistols and

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ELK GANG – ‘Hours Pass’ Review

ELK GANG - 'Hours Pass' Review

Formed in Edinburgh a mere two years ago, this bunch of Scots certainly know how to pack a punch! This is Elk Gang’s debut seven track mini album ‘Hours Pass’ and it should bode of good things to come. From the swift opener of Forgive and Forget,

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BILLY BRAGG & JOE HENRY: New Album and Tour

BILLY BRAGG & JOE HENRY: New Album and Tour

BILLY BRAGG & JOE HENRY: SHINE A LIGHT A brand new album and extensive tour of the US and UK are planned for the Autumn this year. The new album will be released on September 23rd 2016. Details… In March 2016 Billy Bragg and Joe Henry, guitars

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OASIS: TITLE ANNOUNCED FOR FEATURE DOCUMENTARY

OASIS: TITLE ANNOUNCED FOR FEATURE DOCUMENTARY

TITLE ANNOUNCED FOR FEATURE DOCUMENTARY CHRONICLING oasis THE ROCK ‘N’ ROLL BAND THAT DEFINED A GENERATION ‘SUPERSONIC’ The band’s 1994 groundbreaking debut single, Supersonic instantly became an acclaimed rock ’n’ roll anthem. Supersonic is the word that truly sums up the phenomenal journey that took Oasis from releasing their first single

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U.S. NERO – ‘Free Thinker’ Review

U.S. NERO - 'Free Thinker' Review

In the spirit of Captain Beefheart, Flipper and The Fall, U.S. Nero open their new album with I’m a Commodity, a mash up of spoken word, screamed vocals and some experimental noise pop backing. The use of radio samples and different time shifts is prevalent throughout the

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THEATRE OF HATE: New Album Pledge

THEATRE OF HATE: New Album Pledge

Theatre of Hate: ‘Kinshi’ Pledge Kirk Brandon and his band of merry men have launched a pledge to get their brand new album ‘Kinshi’ up and running and available for us all to hear. Take it away Kirk… Importantly, as many already know, we launched a Pledge

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VIOLENT FEMMES: Live in San Francisco

VIOLENT FEMMES: Live in San Francisco

10.05.16 THE FILLMORE, SAN FRANCISCO Do you like American Music? As the splendid and resurgent Violent Femmes closed out the first of two sell out gigs at the legendary Fillmore, San Francisco, the massively appreciative crowd sang along whether encouraged to do so or not. About an

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THE DELINQUENTS – ‘Mass Intrusion’ Review

THE DELINQUENTS - 'Mass Intrusion' Review

‘Mass Intrusion’ is the new four track E.P. by The Delinquents and is reminiscent to early Defects or for a more modern comparison, recently reviewed by Punk Online, Scottish band Malfunction. It’s melodic punk that doesn’t bleed your ears but still has enough tempo and grunge to

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