Matthew Speer

Founder of Ear Nutrition, Matt is somewhere in his late twenties and is also the Co-owner, manager and main content-writer for Musically Fresh.

He enjoys a variety of guitar-driven music but has a strong penchant for Punk music, with fast melodic Skate Punk sitting firmly at the top.

Supportive Parents – ‘Could Be Worse’

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Supportive Parents

Supportive Parents – Minneapolis, Minnesota Supportive Parents – Could Be Worse sounds like something you’d say to a friend that was complaining incessantly about something completely superfluous. While you all briefly think back to hearing such back in school, I will inform you that said collection of words actually denotes to a Punk music band from

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SickOnes and Their ‘Agility’

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SickOnes and Their 'Agility'

SickOnes – South West, England, United Kingdom Why have I titled this “SickOnes and Their Agility” rather than a more plain-sailing standardised review-formatted title? Well, that’s because this point in the career of the underground UK Hardcore staples is one paramount within the context of their continued longevity.  Now, I could have perhaps made that

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Hometruths and The ‘Daydream’ Single

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Hometruths

Hometruths – Newcastle, England, United Kingdom Pop-Punk is the undefeatable facet of the Punk music scene. Hometruths and the ‘Daydream’ single fit into this very facet, one that despite minimal adaptation, has managed to well-survive its initial explosion way-back-when. Hometruths hail from Newcastle and via the North American stylistic, purvey a melodic, riff-laden, jagged Easycore

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WACO Announce NHS Charity Single: ‘Good Days’ (27/04/20)

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WACO

WACO – London, England, United Kingdom Another day of limited-movement passes uneventfully and a headline worth reading graces your vision. “WACO Announce NHS Charity Single: ‘Good Days’ (27/04/20)” is that headline. London‘s odds and geographically originating lovely sods are set to release new music in this time where it is the most crucial. The band

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Introducing: Instant Bin

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Instant Bin

Instant Bin – Leeds, England, United Kingdom The title of “Introducing Instant Bin” is the result of an exponential rise in the two-piece formula within Punk music. The band originally formed in Brighton but have taken the trip north to Leeds in order carve out an attentive whole in the day-to-day with their sardonically-toned intro

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Early Stream: Blacked Out – ‘Wasted Breath’ (27/03/20)

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Blacked Out

Blacked Out – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada An early stream of Blacked Out and Wasted Breath? Is that not rather self-explanatory? Well, yes, but that doesn’t mean that the excitement should be tempered. The release is set to be unveiled TOMORROW and Thousand Island Records have allowed Ear Nutrition to stream the five-track EP via the Vancouver Skate-Thrashers

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Stage Banter and Their ‘Tightrope Walking’

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Stage Banter

Stage Banter – Beverwijk, The Netherlands Tightrope walking is a precarious activity indeed! Enter Stage Banter – Tightrope Walking, a band and a release endeavouring to be the very fuel you need to overcome the terror of it all. The band take on this monumental task via fast, melodic, social-political commentary in true Punk-tradition but

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CABRO and The ‘HUMANO IGNORANTE’ EP

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CABRO

CABRO – South East, England, United Kingdom Underground Hardcore Punk is often an elusive aspect of the Punk music scene. One that CABRO and the HUMANO IGNORANTE EP mysteriously find themselves within. Both the band and the release are surrounded in mystery. In fact, the only real information that can be considered bonafide would be the

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Fast Blood and Their Self-Titled EP

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Fast Blood

Fast Blood – Newcastle, England, United Kingdom Earlier this year, Fast Blood and their self-titled EP entered the emotive Punk-Rock arena in response to onset societal gloom. It’s a tough job, but someone, or rather some people have to do it. Fast Blood are still fresh on the scene and their debut EP packs more

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Part 1: Prey Drive – ‘Cardboard’ / ‘Krod Records (The Five Years)’

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Krod Records

Prey Drive x Krod Records  So why are we here? Well, for, Prey Drive – ‘Cardboard’ / Krod Records (The Five Years), part 1. It’s a very determined and definitive title and it almost requires some context! And so, if this is the first you’ve heard of such you can mosey onto – Here –

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