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Riviera Kid and ‘Stay Positive’

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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…

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TANKENGINE – ‘TANKENGINE TAKENGINE’

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TANKENGINE – Newcastle, England, United Kingdom TANKENGINE – TANKENGINE TAKENGINE is a collection of words denoting to the cliché (but apt) description of the words “powerhouse trio”. In fact, couple those very words with a cacophony of eerily inviting groove, playful Noise Rock “why nots” and complicated, spasmodic Post-Hardcore energy…

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Liquid State and The ‘Face To Face’ Single

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Liquid State – Bristol, England, United Kingdom Bristol is a hub of musical creativity where near-limitless noise awaits you. This is where Liquid State and the ‘Face To Face’ single enters this fray of vibrant musical creativity. The band debuted onto the public sound barrier in 2018, released their debut…

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Seven Crowns and ‘Blood Moon Acid’ (20/06/20)

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Seven Crowns – Bath, England, United Kingdom Seven Crowns and Blood Moon Acid. These are words capable of inciting a lot of eye-brow raising and ear-twitching within the south-west UK Punk scene. The broodingly dark, damp, yet sonically vibrant locale of cider and broad-accents is a tenacious hub of underground music.…

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Lifecore: Nathan Miles Of Fatalist

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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…

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I See Vultures – ‘Goodnight, City Lights’

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I See Vultures – Leicester, England, United Kingdom In March, I published an article introducing a debut onto the UK Hardcore circuit. The band were I See Vultures and ‘Goodnight, City Lights’ is what has followed. For a breakdown on what the band’s blast of three-pronged Hardcore is about, mosey on over…

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The Core Perspective: Matt Fox Of Shai Hulud

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Shai Hulud x Manchester Punk Festival “The Core Perspective: Matt Fox Of Shai Hulud” – why is this relevant? Well, firstly, the Hardcore collective family known as Shai Hulud are a seminal and influential presence with the realm of Hardcore Punk-Rock music. Secondly, the band had planned to re-enter the…

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