The Netherlands

Joy Killed The Duke – ‘Would You Still Like Me’

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Joy Killed The Duke – Utrecht, The Netherlands Nowadays, when the word “Grunge” is used to describe a new band, it is often greeted with an eye roll. Joy Killed The Duke and Would You Still Like Me are very much a band existing to dispel this. The self-labelled “Neo-Grunge” four-piece and their flamboyant attire hail

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Stage Banter and Their ‘Tightrope Walking’

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Stage Banter – Beverwijk, The Netherlands Tightrope walking is a precarious activity indeed! Enter Stage Banter – Tightrope Walking, a band and a release endeavouring to be the very fuel you need to overcome the terror of it all. The band take on this monumental task via fast, melodic, social-political commentary in true Punk-tradition but

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Alternator – The ‘First Rain’ EP

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Alternator – ‘s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands Earlier in this year of 2019, Alternator released First Rain, a debut EP the result of five individuals playing music together in a format that is quite commonly referred to as a “band”. Said “band” hail from The Netherlands and play a concoction of sounds far removed from the fast technical

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Maybe Not – ‘It Could Be Worse…’.

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Maybe Not – Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Ah European Skate Punk, a scene that continues to populate the greater global scene with some of the best new bands atop a legacy of contributions down-right impossible to ignore. Maybe Not hail from Amsterdam and are very much another to add to the ever-growing list of bands that

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Introducing: Rocket Fuel.

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Rocket Fuel – The Hague, The Netherlands. With the plethora of excellent Punk-Rock doing the disaffected dance all around the global airwaves as we speak, with its trend towards emulating, adapting or simply lovingly and completely giving way to the omnipresent sound of 90’s Punk, Skate Punk and Pop-Punk, the sheer amount of new noise

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