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After nearly two decades of osmosis, New York’s glorious garage-noise hybrids Boss Hog are back. Their first studio album in almost twenty years ‘BROOD X’ emerges from gestation on March 24th via Bronze Rat Records and its ravenous. Fear not, for ‘Brood X’ feels not like the work of a group who’ve been on ice …

Full of surf tinged psychosis, and the cock sure swagger of a 50’s knife gang, London ‘billy-punks, The Sly Persuaders follow up what seems like an endless stream of live dates with their long awaited debut album. Drawing comparisons to the likes of The Gun Club, The Cramps, and The Birthday Party, they bring their …

When we first heard Scottish quartet Gangs, we were a little intimidated. Despite the fact that we loved the driving, hard edged indie/punk rock of their new single Thieves, there was this sense of malevolence and anger about it that just kept us, as it keeps the track, on edge. It’s a pulsating affair, that …

For me the best post-punk bands of the 80’s were a combination of bands who allowed their surroundings to influence their sound, bands such as Joy Division and early Human League (to name but two of many), always had a an industrial, urban feel to their music; and bands such as Bauhaus, Sisters of Mercy …

No More Heroes, Golden Brown and Peaches are just some of the 20 odd hits singles Hugh Cornwell had a hand in penning before he left punk legends The Stranglers in 1990. Over the last two decades he has recorded 11 solo albums that have never had the commercial success he enjoyed with the band, …

Hull punk outfit, Three Day Millionaires, are all set for the release of their debut single ‘Behind These Eye’s‘. It’s a raucous affair that captures the flair and feeling of their live set. No strangers to the local scene we thought the timing was just right to introduce you to the lads from Hull. So …

Das Fluff’s twitter strap line states they are ‘attention seekers playing sexistential electro post punk twisted disco cyber filth with alarming passion’ and after catching them live recently, I completely agree with this statement! BM: Hello Dawn, let’s start with the obvious, how did the band get together? Dawn: It started with myself and our original …