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TALES FROM THE TRACKS by Phil ‘Swill’ Odgers

TALES FROM THE TRACKS by Phil ‘Swill’ Odgers

TALES FROM THE TRACKS by Phil ‘Swill’ Odgers Phil ‘Swill’ Odgers – folk punk and roots music lover and founding father of the UK band of outlaws, The Men They Couldn’t Hang, has written a book. In this case, what started off as a simple song book

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WASTED DAZE – Spillage (B-Sides & Rarities)

WASTED DAZE – Spillage (B-Sides & Rarities)

WASTED DAZE – Spillage (B-Sides & Rarities) Wasted Daze have released a ten-track collection of songs recorded over the last few years that they decided to give away for free. The band dug out some early Wasted Daze tracks from back in 04′ as well. The group

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ACOLYTES – ‘Pounding Dance Music’ EP Review

ACOLYTES – 'Pounding Dance Music' EP Review

ACOLYTES – Pounding Dance Music Northamptonshire band Acolytes released their 5-track EP, Pounding Dance Music last month. Opening with the sub-two minute powerhouse track, Coup de Grace the guitar introduction leads to a pounding track reminiscent of Black Flag and the Idles but with a rawness that

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BARREN WOMB – ‘Old Money/New Lows’ Review

BARREN WOMB – 'Old Money/New Lows' Review

BARREN WOMB – Old Money/New Lows Nearly three years since their last full length release, Barren Womb return with Old Money / New Lows: The band describe the album as “A jarring, mid-tempo dirge in 8 movements.” The Nordic duo, comprising singer/drummer Timo Silvola and singer/guitarist Tony

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JEFF ROSENSTOCK – ‘Post’ Album Review

JEFF ROSENSTOCK – 'Post' Album Review

JEFF ROSENSTOCK – Post Jeff Rosenstock wrote Post in a double-wide trailer in the Catskill Mountain town of East Durham. After playing with Bomb the Music Industry! for a decade, Jeff switched gears and started putting out records under his own name. Jeff and his band made

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HAPPY ACCIDENTS – Everything but the Here and Now

HAPPY ACCIDENTS – Everything but the Here and Now

HAPPY ACCIDENTS – Everything but the Here and Now London-based indie punk trio Happy Accidents release Everything But The Here And Now via Alcopop! Records on 16th February.  In their short lifespan, Happy Accidents have already garnered attention from publications including Noisey, DIY, Kerrang! Magazine and Upset. After catching the attention of

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DBOY – ‘Prove Your Love (Live In Belem)’ Album Review

DBOY – 'Prove Your Love (Live In Belem)' Album Review

DBOY – Prove Your Love (Live In Belem) DBOY is a three piece band from Welland, Ontario, Canada.  Prove Your Love (Live in Belem) is set to be self-released (on record and tape) on February 14, 2018. The band will be playing a few shows with Canadian power

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ONLY STRANGERS – ‘Only Strangers’ Album Review

ONLY STRANGERS – 'Only Strangers' Album Review

ONLY STRANGERS – Only Strangers Only Strangers formed in 2010 and they were featured on a Horn & Hoof compilation (Punk As Duck Vol.1) back in 2011. Since then they have release two EP’s and a split with Pardon Us. They hail from Discharge country, Stoke on

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DOWN AND OUTS – ‘Double Negative’ Album Review

DOWN AND OUTS – 'Double Negative' Album Review

DOWN AND OUTS – Double Negative Liverpool band Down and Outs have just announced that their new record Double Negative is out on February 14.  The 13-track album opens with Astoria with its raw and fresh approach bringing both an accessibility in terms of huge hooks with a

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HARKER – ‘No Discordance’ Album Review

HARKER – 'No Discordance' Album Review

HARKER – No Discordance Harker have announced their new album, No Discordance due for release on Friday 9th February 2018. These Brighton based indie-punks cite the likes of Jimmy Eat World and The Wedding Present as influences and the opening track Station Approach manages to neatly blend

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VALENSOLE – ‘Make Pace’ EP Review

VALENSOLE – 'Make Pace' EP Review

VALENSOLE – Make Pace Hailing from Southampton, UK, Valensole will release their EP, Make Pace on February 9th, 2018. The five tracks open with the absolute pearler of a punk rocker in Giving Up. With the aggression of the Idles and the eye for a hook of

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HACK THE MAINFRAME – Disorders Of Consciousness

HACK THE MAINFRAME – Disorders Of Consciousness

HACK THE MAINFRAME – Disorders Of Consciousness Disorders of Consciousness is the debut album from Australia’s skate punkers Hack The Mainframe. With ten tracks of fast, melodic hard hitting skate punk, this is the real deal. The superb opening track, R.E.M. Sleep, is speedy, laden with hooks and is

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