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LEFTÖVER CRACK – CONSTRUCTS OF THE STATE [2015] album review
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“Constructs Of The State” it’s the brand new album by LEFTÖVER CRACK from the USA which succeeds “Fuck World Trade” released on 2004. The album has 13 tracks containing the already known versatile style and irreverent lyrics that you must be expecting. It is something they haven’t lost over the years and still makes their music absolutely unmistakable. Tracklist: Archaic Subjugation Don’t Shoot Loneliness & Heartache System Fucked Slave to the Throne Bedbugs & Beyond Corrupt Vision Last Legs...

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Wednesday, 16 December 2015
Templeton Pek – “New Horizons” Album Review
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Templeton Pek, a Birmingham based trio, who shared the stage with bands such as NOFX, Taking Back Sunday, Bad Religion, Alkaline Trio, Millencolin and Rise Against, to name a few, are back. Their latest album, “New Horizons”, a follow up to their critically acclaimed 2013 album “Signs”, is their 4th studio album, and was recorded in Hermosa Beach, Los Angeles.   Tracklist: 1 Skylines 2 The Blindside 3 Fractures 4 Damage Control 5 One More Enemy 6 Lost on You 7...

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Monday, 30 November 2015
NIGHT BIRDS – MUTINY AT MUSCLE BEACH [2015] album review
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“Mutiny At Muscle Beach” is the brand new recording by the NJ/NY punk quartet NIGHT BIRDS. Released on October 5th, the album contains 12 tracks showing their fast and screaming attitude in the songs. The guitar riffs sound like surfers playing fast punk rock music, disturbing the ears of those who are sensitive to aggressive sounds. Tracklist: 1.(I’m) Wired 2.Life is Not Amusement for Me 3.Blank Eyes 4.Lapsed Catholics Need Discipline 5.In the Red/In the Black 6.Golden Age of TV 7.Mutiny...

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Thursday, 05 November 2015
MOCARA – TWIST MY MIND (2015) Album Review
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MoCara, a band from Leatherhead in Surrey, are a reggae rock influenced ska band. They’ve got their own unique experimental sound and their new LP “Twist My Mind” reflects the energy of their live performances. Songs such as the titled track “Twist My Mind” have a ska feel with a reggae groove.   Tracklist: 1.Beg, Steal & Borrow 2.Twist My Mind 3.Face Up 4.Not A Bottle 5.Blow Your Whistle 6.Money 7.Make Me Move 8.Read & Believe 9.Take Your Time 10.Islands...

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Monday, 02 November 2015
SCANNER – SPLAT [2015] Album Review
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“Splat” it’s the brand new full length album by the formed in the 1979’s Pensilvânia band SCANNER. Their classical style, it’s something really incredible. It’s been a long time I haven’t heard an authentic album like these.   Tracklist: 1. Fist in the Air 2. Just Like Bela 3. Living Life to the Emptiest 4. Straight Jacket 5. Biker 6. Letter to the Government 7. Running Riot 8. Ghost Song 9. Queen of the Stage 10. Suffragette City 11. Yeah...

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Sunday, 25 October 2015
ILL GOTTEN GAINS – SELT TITLED [2015] Album Review
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Released in 2015 and containing 10 tracks, ILL GOTTEN GAINS present to us their newest work. A self titled album full of striking songs, furious lead and backing vocals, and an instrumental that show us their influences of Ska-Punk, and old school Hardcore. This is a great album, with strong songs that will transmit you a lot of energy to go out moshing wherever you are. It takes only 26 minutes to listen to this entire album of pure raw...

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Wednesday, 21 October 2015
GARRAFA VAZIA – Back To Bacana [2015] Album review
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Recorded in 2014 and released on 2015, “Back To Bacana” it’s a eight track album by the brazilian band Garrafa Vazia, from Rio Claro-SP. It takes just twelve minutes to listen to the entire album and you keep wanting to hear it again. Catchy chorus, and a style of vocals that probably will leave you surprised, their lyrics talk about getting drunk, funny situations and unusual things, that sounds pretty funny in the songs. They sound like a Bubblegum Punk...

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Monday, 19 October 2015
Popes of Chillitown – “To the Moon” Review
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When I first sat down to do a review of this Ska /Dub taunting album entitled “To The Moon” from the Londoners  Popes Of Chillitown, after having listened to the album the previous days non stop, one thought kept popping on my mind, this his how you should do an album, in such a way that people will listen to it and actually be induced into a journey and left with the distinct feeling that you have to go and see these “stories” played live...

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Monday, 10 August 2015