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Space Is Big – The ‘Five More Minutes’ EP.

Space Is Big – Norwich, England, United Kingdom. Cover photo credit – Matt Nixon. Space is a little on the large side but that’s something we can discuss another time, for now Norwich – which is a little smaller – calls to us for the debut EP from local Indie-Punk noise-mongers Space Is Big. Now

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Debt Neglector – ‘The Kids Are Pissed’ EP.

Debt Neglector – Orlando, Florida, USA. I feel I must place a disclaimer before this review. Despite this Floridian band hailing specifically from Orlando, coming across up-beat and as if they’re having fun, their fast, melodic yet gritty Punk-Rock packs a serious lyrical punch, crucial in these what-ever-the-hell-is-going-on times we sadly inhabit. The Kids Are

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Diploma Return With ‘Love On Your Knees’.

Diploma – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The Melbourne music scene has always had a healthy Punk contingent, a prevailing Skate Punk sound that was/is/will be used as a foundation to build on and that is exactly where you will find Diploma. It’s members are all scene veterans and with their very typical in-scene personnel changes, the band’s

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A 5inch Record?! The Domestics x Pizzatramp – ‘Discipline’

TNSrecords – Manchester, England, United Kingdom Cover image – The Domestics. TNSrecords are a well known and respected household name when it comes to Punk-Rock music, the label is non-profit and operated more as a community within its organisation and importantly it’s roster, with just about anyone and everyone involved in any way doing their

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The Liverpool Punk-Rock All-Dayer 2 Announcement: The Bands Part 2.

The Liverpool Punk-Rock All-Dayer – Studio 2, Liverpool, United Kingdom. If you mosey on over to – Here – you can find the history of this forthcoming all-dayer, next year’s deal and the bands from the first announcement all laid bare for you and designed in such a way to entice your sonic reception modules enough to

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Lionizer – ‘Sinkhole’.

Lionizer – Perth, Western Australia, Australia. Contemporary Punk music is now far outside it’s initial or at least famous associations of mid-to-breakneck speed and simple three-to-four chord formula. Punk music has adopted, infused and birthed a huge number of other stylistics leaving it even more available and more appealing. From Skate Punk to Post-Hardcore, Acoustic

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EN Exclusive Premiere: Quitters – ‘My Own Worst Enemy’ (Video).

Quitters – Montpellier, France. Quitters if you are unaware have made a bit of a name for themselves these past few years with their raucous yet melodic Indie-Punk-Rock laced with more Pop-sensibilities that you can shake a chorus at. The band have made their own mark on the honest and emotive gruff Punk-scene with this playful

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EN Exclusive Preview: SPLURGE – ‘Dopey’ (26/10/18)

SPLURGE – London/Brighton, England, United Kingdom What was two is now three. Three being significant for this London/Brighton based band as their third release (discounting singles) is their debut full-length and there’s three of them. Three is the magic number. Anyway! Dopey is an album thats been a long time in the making and if you haven’t

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Majority Lost – ‘We Needed This More Than You Wanted This’.

Majority Lost – Los Angeles, California, USA. Many a Punk-Rock band are now getting back at it in the wave of these uncertain times and it’s a global phenomenon that is especially true in the United States Of America. Majority Lost are very much one of these bands. Their debut self-titled was released in 2011

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