Interviews

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A Different Kind Of Show: Alex From Mute

Mute – Québec City, Québec, Canada Despite the golden age of Skate Punk often being attributed to the ’90s, it was only the beginning. “A Different Kind Of Show: Alex From Mute” is an interview title that exists wholly because of this. Although many of those seminal bands continued to speed-through the early 2000s and onward

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A Happy Accident: Chris From Much The Same

Much The Same – Chicago, Illinois, USA Undisputedly, the hardest part of the interview process is ascertaining a title. It’s only fitting then that “A Happy Accident: Chris From Much The Same” became the title as a happy accident in itself. I had a whole script to choose from after the interview you are about to read

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Lifecore: Nathan Miles Of Fatalist

Fatalist – Manchester, England, United Kingdom What became “Lifecore: Nathan Miles Of Fatalist” was supposed to be another interview conducted at or around the sadly cancelled 2020 edition of Manchester Punk Festival. Fatalist, who were set to play, are very much one of newer Hardcore collectives born from the Manchester and greater UK Punk scene.

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Part 9: Raincheck – ‘Don’t Tell Anyone’ / ‘Krod Records (The Five Years)’

Raincheck x Krod Records And we are finally here ahead of release! Part 9: Raincheck – ‘Don’t Tell Anyone’ / Krod Records (The Five Years), the final preview of the upcoming compilation. As you may well know by now, Krod Records are celebrating their five-year anniversary via a compilation with their own stamp. Stamp? What?

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Part 8: The Deadnotes – ‘Yes It Is’ / ‘Krod Records (The Five Years)’

The Deadnotes x Krod Records We are nearing the end now and Part 8: The Deadnotes – ‘Yes It Is’ / Krod Records (The Five Years) is upon us. Krod Records are celebrating their five-year anniversary with a compilation that deviates from the norm. What Am I talking about? Well, why not dive into an

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Part 7: Livingston – ‘Sunday Best’ / ‘Krod Records (The Five Years)’

Livingston x Krod Records The build-up continues! Part 7: Livingston – ‘Sunday Best’ / Krod Records (The Five Years) is the latest in the way of look-sees into the Krod Records five-year celebratory project with a twist. If you haven’t already you can find out more via an interview with Krod Label Manager, Jordan Calvi all

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Part 6: Bloodsport – ‘Lov Pyramids’ / ‘Krod Records (The Five Years)’

Bloodsport x Krod Records And so, we are now at the two-thirds mark! Part 6: Bloodsport – ‘Lov Pyramids’ / Krod Records (The Five Years) is the latest in a line of music and interviews denoting to the celebratory five-year compilation set-forth by the Berlin-based Krod Records. This year, the label wanted to conduct their annual

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The Core Perspective: Matt Fox Of Shai Hulud

Shai Hulud x Manchester Punk Festival “The Core Perspective: Matt Fox Of Shai Hulud” – why is this relevant? Well, firstly, the Hardcore collective family known as Shai Hulud are a seminal and influential presence with the realm of Hardcore Punk-Rock music. Secondly, the band had planned to re-enter the live-circuit as of this month

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Part 5: Elm Tree Circle – ‘The Party’ / ‘Krod Records (The Five Years)’

Elm Tree Circle x Krod Records The internet is a gargantuan expanse. So the words “Part 5: Elm Tree Circle – ‘The Party’ / Krod Records (The Five Years)” may still be carrying some sense of newness to you. Fear not! For it’s a five-year celebration compilation releasing via the Berlin-based Krod Records to honour their

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Part 4: Atlas For Home – ‘Tiny Rascals’ / ‘Krod Records (The Five Years)’

Atlas For Home x Krod Records It’s possible that by now, you have some idea of what “Part 4: Atlas For Home – ‘Tiny Rascals’ / Krod Records (The Five Years)“ is about. If not, then you can digitally mosey-on over to – Here – where Krod Records Label Manager answers a few questions onto the

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