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New Releases Reviews
We couldn't wait to hear the formidable new release from Italy's top Punk trio - Smalltown Tigers! 'Crush On You' is both a nod to their heroes the Ramones plus added Tigers own style of Garage Punk, honed by playing the songs during their numerous live shows across Europe, resulting in a fitting debut full album to display their talent. These Tigers will not be tamed!Continue Reading
Punk Features Small Venue Spotlight
The basement venue of north London's Hope and Anchor has earned its place in Punk Rock music history. With a capacity of just 80, this intimate venue is frequently chosen by bands to showcase new album material, or indeed, for their first London performance. Check out all the amazing photos of famous bands that have played there - and there's even a Wurlitzer juke box at Continue Reading
Punk Features Small Venue Spotlight
Tackling the pressing issue of the distressing closure of many small grassroots music venues, our new feature aims to showcase many of these hidden gems! Suburbs at The Holroyd in Guildford, Surrey has a friendly Punk family atmosphere second to none! Wherever you stand in the venue you can see the stage, people come as strangers and leave as friends. They look after Continue Reading
It's not every day a gig you've been looking forward to for ages comes along - especially one where a distinguished support band are making their London debut! A frosty Friday on the first day of December saw the launch of Bar Stool Preachers' second UK tour this year at Camden's Underworld, supported by Punk supergroup UltraBomb, and good friends The Zipheads. Don't miss Continue Reading