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Drag Me Down – ‘New Today Better Tomorrow’

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Drag Me Down – Swindon, England, United Kingdom Drag Me Down and New Today Better Tomorrow enter 2020 straddling some of the many branches of the apparently indomitable legacy that is the Punk music tree. The former simplistic, but now variety imbued and subsisting bastion of creativity is at an…

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Elm Tree Circle and ‘NO FOMO’

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Elm Tree Circle – Iserlohn, Germany Situated somewhere between a contrastingly more mature Emo Rock, Pop-Punk and Alternative Rock, Elm Tree Circle and NO FOMO export their craft from Iserlohn, Germany, via Vancouver, Cologne and Dortmund on the back of the prolific Krod Records. Elm Tree Circle, it is safe to…

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Friday Night Lights and ‘The Girl In The Picture’

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Friday Night Lights – Leeds, England, United Kingdom 2020 has seen new music aplenty but also that of hindsight inspired improvements. Friday Night Lights and ‘The Girl In The Picture’ can be very much counted here. The Leeds four-piece, much akin to the majority of those on the UK underground…

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Passionflower – ‘Picture Perfect’ (18/07/20)

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Passionflower – Warrington, England, United Kingdom Passionflower is set to release ‘Picture Perfect’ this very month. The Warrington-based solo-project of one Kyle Richardson-Nickle has been a work in progress since 2017 and is testament to an important, undeniably crucial and intrinsic characteristic of the underground music scene. Inspiration both past,…

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High Visions and ‘A First Date With Imposter Syndrome’

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High Visions – Leeds, England, United Kingdom High Visions and A First Date With Imposter Syndrome enter into 2020 via INiiT Records. This is notable for two reasons. Primarily, the above is the latest in the chronicle of the contemporary melodic Punk hybridisation that is the Leeds based High Visions, but…

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A Happy Accident: Chris From Much The Same

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Much The Same – Chicago, Illinois, USA Undisputedly, the hardest part of the interview process is ascertaining a title. It’s only fitting then that “A Happy Accident: Chris From Much The Same” became the title as a happy accident in itself. I had a whole script to choose from after the interview…

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