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The Domestics x Pizzatramp – ‘No Life/This Is Your Life’ 12″

The Domestics/Pizzatramp – Modern Drudgery, United Kingdom As of today, clarity regarding The Domestics x Pizzatramp – No Life/This Is Your Life 12″ has reached emphatic transparency. In other words, the cat is out of the bag. During its pre-order period, no real hint was given to the format of this UK Hardcore tirade. The

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Seven Crowns and ‘Blood Moon Acid’ (20/06/20)

Seven Crowns – Bath, England, United Kingdom Seven Crowns and Blood Moon Acid. These are words capable of inciting a lot of eye-brow raising and ear-twitching within the south-west UK Punk scene. The broodingly dark, damp, yet sonically vibrant locale of cider and broad-accents is a tenacious hub of underground music. Within this and denoting to

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Much The Same – ‘Quitters Never Win’ Reissue (03/07/20)

Much The Same – Chicago, Illinois, USA “Much The Same and the Quitters Never Win Reissue” are a set of meaningful and determined words that very recently captivated the global fast-melodic Punk scene. In doing so, this collection of characters resulted in a response itself well within the realm of ecstatic from the bands OG

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Ghosts Of Westbeach – ‘Someone Else’

Ghosts Of Westbeach – Germany, United Kingdom, USA. If there is anything that can be taken from the digital age as an unambiguous positive, it’s contemporary music. Ghosts Of Westbeach and ‘Someone Else’ denote to something that is emphatic proof of this exponentially positive connection. The days of travelling miles to coordinate supergroups and such

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Adam Carpenter – The ‘Obliterate/Ugly’ EP

Adam Carpenter – Manchester, England, United Kingdom This review was written by Community Contributor, Alex Blanchard. Welsh Folk-Punk act Adam Carpenter (currently residing in Manchester) by his own admission wears his ‘heart firmly sewn to his sleeve‘. After having spent some time with his latest EP I can confirm this common and potentially over-used statement

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Head Honcho and Their ‘Appetite For Distraction’

Head Honcho – Seattle, Washington State, USA And so it continues! The ever increasing influx of Punk-Rock. Head Honcho and their Appetite For Distraction count themselves apart of the US north-west contingent in this. Based in Seattle, the band have-been knocking out Punk-Rock music inclined towards inviting melodies as much as it is overt odes

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David Delinquent and ‘You’re So Boring You Make Me Wanna Die’

David Delinquent – Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom There is a lot to be said for solo-releases from Punk-vocalists. David Delinquent and You’re So Boring You Make Me Wanna Die enter into this fray. Truthfully, you never really know what a different set of inspirations or influences will yield in these cases. It can sometimes be

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Our Souls and ‘I’ve Made A Terrible Mistake’

Our Souls – Leicester, England, United Kingdom  Parallel to the rise in fast melodic Skate Punk, “Gruff-Punk” has also risen in prominence. This is where Our Souls and I’ve Made A Terrible Mistake finds itself in the fuzzy-cathartic mood-lighting. The band’s debut can be found – Here – comprehensively (I think) broken down for your reading and listening

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