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Cuffs and Their ‘Factory Sessions’

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Cuffs – Bristol, England, United Kingdom It’s a strange time for live music. Cuffs and their Factory Sessions exist within such oddity. “Sit-down” gigs and shows are approaching “commonplace” status in some areas across the country and social media is lovingly awash with gig posters once more. Although the live show experience…

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Haest and ‘Distrusted Uniforms’

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Haest – Hastings, England, United Kingdom Earlier this year, Haest and Distrusted Uniforms appeared. The former being attributed but not limited to its status as a lumbering leviathan of loquacious Punk ethics. One that presents as a heavy-set, brooding mass of Doom aesthetic, Noise Rock and Post-Hardcore. It is safe to say…

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Harker and Their ‘Axiom’ (23/04/21)

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Harker – Brighton, England, United Kingdom After some years of cross-referencing Punk rooted stylistics, Harker and their Axiom are close. The Brighton band for those who don’t know, have been releasing music and kicking around showing it to the world since 2015. The band’s robust back catalogue cascades and meanders…

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Burning Flag and ‘Matador’ (16/04/21)

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Burning Flag – Halifax/Macclesfield, England, United Kingdom (Again, please?) After releasing their first new noise on Christmas Day 2020, Burning Flag and Matador are soon to be upon us. The band’s time away hasn’t been idle. Since their 2017 release the world has been turned upside down more times than its…

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Hazard Profile and Their Debut ‘Slime’ (23/04/21)

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Hazard Profile – England, United Kingdom (Citation Needed) Hazard Profile and their debut Slime are yet another Hardcore Punk conglomerate conceived via societal contention deep within Kibou Towers. Now, we’ve been here before. Yet with each successive visit, the noise emanating from Kibou Towers is yet another twist on the…

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Tokyo Lungs and Their ‘Soul Music’ (23/04/21)

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Tokyo Lungs – Suffolk, England, United Kingdom After a well-received debut EP consisting of nine songs in eight minutes, it is obviously only right for Tokyo Lungs and their Soul Music to debut their full-length self in a ripping nineteen minutes dispersed between TWENTY-FOUR tracks. I know what you are thinking and…

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