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Belfast quartet Junk Drawer are gearing up to the release of their debut album ‘Ready for the House’, out on April 24th via Art For Blind with a new track and the albums opening gambit ‘What I’ve Learned / What I’m Learning’. Of it, co-vocalist Steve says “The title comes from the Dunning-Kruger Effect – …

Punk rock supergroup Fake Names – which includes Brian Baker (Minor Threat, Dag Nasty, Bad Religion), Michael Hampton (S.O.A., Embrace, One Last Wish), Dennis Lyxzén (Refused, International Noise Conspiracy, INVSN), and Johnny Temple (Girls Against Boys, Soulside) – will release their self-titled debut record on May 8 via Epitaph. Purely and simply it’s 1 minute 46 seconds of stripped back, raw, perfect punk! Fake Names first came …

Way back in the 70’s, there were so many new and undiscovered artists/bands, so many recordings eked out in basements, bedrooms and back street studios, that its not surprising there are some that either never saw the light of day or were passed over and forgotten in time. Bona Rays Poser is one that fell …

Chicago cult rockers Alkaline Trio have released a new EP, titled…..well, E.P. Out digitally now, it’s also available on pre-order as a limited edition two song 7”. It features Minds Like Minefields on the A-side with “Radio Violence” on the flip, and will be limited to 1000 blue variant in the US and 500 red …

Aborted Tortoise hail from Perth, Australia and are set to release a brand EP out into the world of Punk music. It’s a world that is never a lonely place, a place that is filled with so much diversity, but also a place so many bands can get lost in – trying to fit in rather …

Talk Show are building on the strong reputation they’ve built through their early singles Fast & Loud and Ankle Deep by releasing their new, debut LP, out on April 27th via Coucil Records. It’s this ear-catching 3 minutes (or just over) of almost gothic-like post punk, all Bunnymen guitars and spoken verses in the same …

Amid all the chaos and confusion of our current public health meltdown and the equally frightening economic fallout being caused by it, it feels apt to recall the pre-Glasnost, pre-Gorbachev early 1980s, a time when the Cold War was at its hottest and the public were understandably terrified. Enter Tyburn Blossom, a rising star on …

Post-punk veterans The Nightingales have teased a new track, ‘The Top Shelf’, from their forthcoming eleventh full-length album, ‘Four Against Fate’. The song has a lilting beat that you can imagine lifting your step as you walk down our deserted city streets this spring. Whilst it didn’t exactly set my world on fire, ‘The Top …

Detroit post-punks Protomartyr have announced their fifth album, Ultimate Success Today, is to be released on May 29th via Domino, and have streamed a new single ‘Processed by the Boys’ taken from it. It’s has a certain warmth in amongst its slightly angular outlook, built on a repeating, but engaging, guitar riff, with the gruff …

Backseat Mafia are glad to be able to connect with the hard playing and upcoming band Casual Drag, it’s always a pleasure to get involved with up and coming bands.  Firstly lets take the name Casual Drag. These guys are a fresh out of Edinburgh and thrash out a Garage Punk sound that belies the name. …