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Introducing: Good Friend

Good Friend – Newcastle, England, United Kingdom Introducing Good Friend. Why now when they haven’t released music since 2016? Well, firstly the band are still together, have been touring across Europe and the US alongside the likes of MakeWar, The Copyrights and Brendan Kelly and obviously because music is eternal. However, relevant to 2020, the

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Downard and Their ‘Permanent Damage’

Downard – Bristol, England, United Kingdom Downard and their Permanent Damage are yet another part of my most recent catchphrase. The great 2020 catch up! Now, don’t fret, this isn’t some ill-fated trip down memory lane or some needless profundity denoting to generic trite. No, it’s my questionable attempt, failure and then follow-up attempt to again

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GagReflex – ‘What We Owe To Each Other’

GagReflex – Cheltenham, England, United Kingdom The bass and drums approach to Punk music is one more common than you’d think. GagReflex and their What We Owe To Each Other EP enter into 2020 via a blast of societal disdain that not only pertains to the wealth of this aspect of the Punk-scene but is

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My Latest Failure – ‘Selfish’

My Latest Failure – Middlesex, England, United Kingdom Watching a band as they iron out the kinks and is an intrinsic part of the underground music scene. My Latest Failure and ‘Selfish’ are a specific waypoint within this ubiquitous and timeless process. Hailing from Middlesex, the band cite a plethora of Punk, Hardcore, Metal and

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Riviera Kid and ‘Stay Positive’

Riviera Kid – Margate, England, United Kingdom As is apparently the way, the great catch-up regarding UK underground releases continues. Riviera Kid released Stay Positive in this here 2020 via Back From The Dead Records this past May. This time around, the band are but a two-person outfit and the aforementioned Stay Positive is the latest

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Video Premiere: Ructions – ‘Resignation Day’

Ructions – Newcastle, England, United Kingdom If lockdown has yielded anything at all, it’s a seemingly ceaseless abundance of surplus time. Enter the video premiere of Ructions and ‘Resignation Day’. The Newcastle Skate Punk straddling Melodic Hardcore five-some first entered the (sadly) metaphorical side-stage with ‘Design Accident’, which you can bone-up on – Here. The band’s harrowingly-apt

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