Manchester

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‘A Tribute To Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man’ (10/07/20)

Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man – Manchester, England, United Kingdom If you’ve kicked-about in the UK Punk scene within the last ten years or so, the title of this piece probably piqued some interest or raised an eyebrow. A Tribute To Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man enters into the mass of audio delight that has been

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Bards and The ‘Barricades’ Single

Bards – Manchester, England, United Kingdom Progressive Rock is an ambiguous moniker indeed. Bards and their ‘Barricades’ single very much fit into this term mired in pre-listen mystery. The Manchester band’s career has ebbed, flown, soared and swam through various sonic landscapes since 2018, always accompanied by an emotional introspection itself flowing and ebbing at

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Arms & Hearts – ‘Polarity’ // ‘Time Flies When It’s Meaningless’

Arms & Hearts – Manchester, England, United Kingdom Hailing from the musical hub that is Manchester and in light of the music industries’ standstill, Arms & Hearts released ‘Polarity’ this past May. The one person and occasionally “full-band” formula is known for its emotive, gruff-to-melodic alternation of Folk and Acoustic Punk telling tales both personal

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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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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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The Cuza – ‘Underwater’

The Cuza – Manchester, England, United Kingdom After the success of the debut ‘Bite Ya’. The Cuza have returned with ‘Underwater’. If you either missed it or simply require some reading and listening material for later, mosey on over – Here. The Manchester Indie-Rock five-piece are a band that self-label but far from self-confine. The

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The Sewer Cats and The ‘Zelda’ EP

The Sewer Cats – Manchester, England, United Kingdom The Sewer Cats and the Zelda EP is now available via Hell Hath No Fury Records and will enter any room it is played into via two-piece, double-fuzzed Garage Punk n’ Roll infused with the playful abandon of said rock and or roll and a healthy appreciation

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