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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