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Disgraceland and ‘Dose Em’ Up’

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Disgraceland – Exeter, England, United Kingdom In habiting a plain of existence that pertains to a no-fuss approach to both music and catharsis, we have Disgraceland and Dose Em’ Up. The former is a band rife with reckless abandon but also emphatic honesty. The latter being the formers’ latest and…

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Bad Motivator and Their ‘Bad Taste’

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Bad Motivator – Spokane, Washington State, USA Although Skate Punk gets much of the limelight in the contemporary Punk scene. The likes of Bad Motivator and their ‘Bad Taste’ single lend credence to the ubiquitous nature of Garage Rock. The Proto-Punk genre was paramount to the development of Punk-Rock music…

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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…

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Mighty Magic Animal – ‘Shucks’

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Mighty Magic Animal – Salisbury, England, United Kingdom Mighty Magic Animal and Shucks add credit to the statement I made regarding their last EP. Something, something, don’t underestimate a two-piece band. If you want to break-down said release in a little more detail or rather read my own break-down, gyrate over to…

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Introducing: Cherym

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Cherym – Derry, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom Another day and another piece trying to battle the expanse that is the internet trying to get noticed. And so, Introducing Cherym it is. The Derry three-piece have been steadily releasing short-sharp self-dubbed Pop-Rock tracks concocted by a clear appreciation raucous Garage Rock…

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Meadow Burials: ‘The Modern Age’ // Video Premiere: ‘Everything’

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Meadow Burials – Bath, England, United Kingdom “Meadow Burials and The Modern Age” sounds like some sort of sinister essay looking at a prospective and questionable practice. Alas, it isn’t something quite so horrifying, but there is some truth in those words. The Modern Age is in fact, an extrospective observation…

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