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Album Review: Descendents – 9th & Walnut

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Track: Sergeant BuzFuz – Theresa McKee, plus new album news

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TRACK: BOWLING FOR SOUP – WHEN THE ANGELS SING (SOCIAL DISTORTION COVER)

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The C33’s new EP ‘Benzodiac’ was brought to life during the summer of 2020, in between national lockdowns. The band would like to dedicate this EP to Rhoda Derry. Her suffering brought monumental change to national practices of supporting the mentally ill. With an introduction from Salford born actor Steve Evets the album opens with …

The throng gathered in Whelans, Dublin tonight for a night of pop punk and a sold out show for headline act Crown the King, but first up are Galway band Light Grey. Light Grey a third wave pop punk band drawing elements of emo and hip hop to create an effervescent energy all of their …

Swedish punks Rotten Mind have shared their new single ‘Die Young’, which is the third and final taste of the their upcoming fifth album ‘Unflavored’, due 18th March via Lovely Records. The band comments: ”Our hometown Uppsala is sometimes called “the city of eternal youth” and that was something I wanted to write about. It’s …

A compellingly dark sense of anger wrapped up in rhythmic barrage of searing post-punk. London’s Dead Freights new single “Hey Hatred,” is released today, on the final night of their jaunt across the UK supporting The Libertines on their “Giddy Up A Ding-Dong Tour”.  “Hey Hatred” blasts into existence with a jagged intensity reminiscent of …

Beat Generator, in Dundee, is a well-known venue for old school punk bands. It has seen many Punk, Oi and Street punk bands throughout the years with Sham 69 and The Cockney Rejects being two of the finest exponents. It was the first time The Last Resort had been to Dundee and the crowd, who …

The five members of the band Fontaines D.C. with a red background

Fontaines D.C. have released ‘I Love You‘, the second single to be taken from their forthcoming album Skinty Fia which will be released on 22 April via Partisan Records. The band continue to follow their own path. Rather than return to the frantic energy of debut album Dogrel, here we have a track full of …

The resurgence of punk and post punk bands continues with a major UK tour by The Chameleons. Originally formed in 1981, it’s a significant anniversary to tour to celebrate 40 years of being a band but in this case, The Chameleons had chosen to tour their 1985 album “What Does Anything Mean? Basically”. Like many …

Having previously announced they will support Less Than Jake on their forthcoming UK and Ireland tour in March and April alongside Skinny Lister and The Toasters, Millie Manders And The Shutup have now announced their Toot Sweet Tour for June this year as follows: June Wed 01 Newport Le PubThu 02 Weston-Super-Mare Brit BarFri 03 Derbyshire Under The CastleSat 04 Morecambe Nice N …

Millie Manders And The Shutup played their first full headline UK tour last autumn in celebration ofthe release of their debut album, Telling Truths, Breaking Ties. They returned to treat a London crowd to make of the songs that make up that album for a nights entertainment at Islington Academy. Their brand of broad punk …

Every so often a country, city or a scene throws up a couple of acts, that has the A&R men scrambling for their company credit cards, an A-Z (usually a motoring atlas that features places outside of London) and a glint in their eye. In the past it’s been Wales, Seattle, New York, Glasgow, Bristol, …