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Fake News – ‘EWWWW!’ – Gold Coast Punk-Rock.

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Fake News – Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. In the interest of both saving time, doing a band justice and in the fashion of how this EP sounds, I’ll get straight to the point. Hailing from the Gold Coast and playing a Skate Punk sound healthily infected with both classic Hardcore Punk and the driven melodic

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Shackleford – And The ‘Shackleford II’ EP.

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Shackleford – Nuneaton, England, United Kingdom. Shackleford are a band not messing around. They play Pop-Punk in the fashion of the old-school before all else. That’s not to say that the contemporary scene isn’t producing stellar music but Shackleford are now two EPs in and have made their bed, with mid-to-fast tempo sheets and ’90s-styled

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False Heads – ‘Less Is Better’ EP (21/09/18 – 05/10/18).

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False Heads – London, England, United Kingdom. If you wanted to put it simply, there are two ways in which you can look at the London three-piece that are False Heads. The band’s musical weight and general Rock n’ Roll abandon and blunt nature has only intensified in recent years, seeing an Indie-laced Alternative Rock

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UGLYBoNES Return With – ‘Sunshine’.

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UGLYBoNES – Chicago, Illinois, USA. UGLYBoNES are a band that if you’ve spent any time on the Punk-Rock orientated side of either Facebook or bandcamp or perhaps even found yourself in Chicago and it’s suburbs over the past few years, you may well have heard of. The band have been quiet since the excellent Growing Concerns in

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Capital Youth – ‘Holiday In The Sun’.

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Capital Youth – Geneva, Switzerland. Geneva‘s finest Garage Punk band return via Roosevelt Records once more for ‘Holiday In The Sun’. Both the band and their parent label have been quiet on the release front in the past two years so having them back is something special. Garage Rock and it’s cantankerous cousin Garage Punk

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Superseed – The Debut Album.

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Superseed – Bristol, England, United Kingdom. (Cover) Photo credit – Steve F Evans Photography. An album that took a great deal of time in the making of sixteen tracks of genre crossing Rock, Superseed’s self-titled is really something. A very long something. Just listening to the album casually, Superseed’s Alternative Rock foundation is very much

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The Patient – ‘The Mourning Choir’.

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The Patient – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The Patient are a band from Melbourne whose’ first album Unite As One tore a hole in a regional scene packed to the rafters with fast melodic Punk and shredding Skate Punk. Said bands are admittedly and proudly of high calibre but Unite As One indeed broke the mould while still remaining

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