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This week sees the release of 'Sublime Destruction', the long-awaited debut full-length album from punk-infused rockers Desperate Measures. The album was recorded over two years, as and when the band had the funds! The sheer variety of the music on 'Sublime Destruction' reflects both Desperate Measures' many influences and their proficiency as songwriters. They refuse to Continue Reading
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Eville’s latest and most impressive work yet, 'Monster' is an off the hook Nu-metal banger with electronic Drum 'n' Bass elements and a huge Pop chorus. It’s the kind of song you play on a late night drive with all your mates screaming out the lyrics. It’s an empowering anthem to mosh out to in the pit and is a firm fan favourite at their gigs. It will be unleashed upon Continue Reading
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IDestroy release their new single 'Headphones', a powerful song about women being told not to wear their headphones while walking home alone, as they always have to stay alert for danger.. Bec Jevons (guitar and lead vocals), Nic Wilton-Baker (bass and backing vocals) and Jenn Hills (drums) are vehement about 'Headphones'; "When we were writing the song, it's always in the Continue Reading
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High Wycombe punks Public Service Announcement have been a highlight on the live scene for several years; after releasing two EPs, they've now taken the plunge with a full 10 track album, out on 15th March! 'Nothing To Lose' is filled to the brim with the energetic Punk Rock 'n' Roll sounds we know and love from PSA. They have everything to gain with this excellent album!Continue Reading
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Landing on Wednesday, the debut EP from Brighton's  Noah and the Loners, 'A Desolate Warning' is everything you could want from the new generation carrying the Punk banner. These powerful songs capture the zeitgeist of Gen Z – from personal tracks on teenage love and Noah's experience of toxic masculinity as a trans man, to political blasts at racism, corruption and the Continue Reading
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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