The Bronx

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Lollygagger and Their Self-Titled

Lollygagger – Chicago, Illinois, USA Lollygagger and their self-titled, where to start? Well, the band are from the great musical city of Chicago for one. A city steeped and Punk-Rock history and eclecticism towards musical output in general. Remember that, that’s important. The band’s second and longest release surfaced in October 2019. From its opening

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Early Stream: Brasher – ‘Two Foot Mullet’

Brasher –  Bristol, England, United Kingdom Here we are then, another early stream: Brasher -‘Two Foot Mullet’. Another new collection of faces based in the Bristol wing of the small yet tenaciously ubiquitous south-west England Punk scene. Having lived in this part of the world for nearly a decade myself, the coming and the going

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The Sissies and The Debut ‘Milksop’

The Sissies – San Antonio, Texas, USA Photography: Oscar Moreno Photography – Here. Introducing The Sissies and The Debut ‘Milksop’ is likely best via a string of words easily understood. Boozey, brash, fuzzed, loud, gritty and abrasive Garage Punk n’ Roll. In May of this year, the band released their debut, Milksop, itself a ten-track

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Meadow Burials – The Debut ‘Preface’ EP

Meadow Burials – Bath, England, United Kingdom Based somewhere in but likely in actuality around Bath, Meadow Burials is a somewhat elusive former bedroom-based but now fully-fledged project by one Mr Nick Wiltone. You know that name if you’ve spent any time around the south-west England music scene in recent years, for Mr Wiltone plays

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Gamblers and The Debut ‘Straight No Chaser’ EP.

Gamblers – Northwich, England, United Kingdom. Here – for our previous work on the band. Since I found an email concerning this Northwich five-piece in my inbox, the “please hurry up” thoughts and often audible words in regard to a debut release I found myself thinking and uttering respectively began to annoy me. Above you can find a

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Introducing: Gamblers.

Gamblers – Northwich, England, United Kingdom. (Cover) Photo credit: Shannon Louise Photos. As a part of the great Punk-Rock movement, Hardcore grows more diverse and inventive by the year. Bands of all shapes, sizes and sonic persuasions are taking this cathartic angry brother of Punk to all sorts of alternative-method anger management sessions and it’s never

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