“Up until now this period hasn’t had a soundtrack – I promise you this is it, there will never be a more relevant album for the right here and now than ‘Ultra Mono'”. If that isn’t praise enough to make you boot up the album and read our review of the latest offering from Bristol Punks IDLES, then nothing will be!
A brand new release from a quintet of the most honest poets in Punk you say? Well, it can only be ‘A Hero’s Death’, the brand new album from Fontaines D.C.
One album from Mark E. Smith & Friends (more commonly known as The Fall) reviewed every day for a month? Is it madness, genius, bravery or some combination of the three to undertake such a task? We don’t know, but he’s the first part of our discoveries of what happens when you do just that!
If you dislike fun times, fast music and finding something enjoyable in these bleak-as-fuck times in the world, then turn away, ‘High Risk Behaviour’ and The Chats overall are not for you.
What’s a better way to get a good balance of a tour than seeing one of the shows? Seeing two of the shows back to back over the space of one weekend! We sent our Ska-Punk expert in residence to do just that, from the pit to the balcony, on the latest tour of The Interrupters!
When you see the name Microwave you either think of one of two things: A kitchen appliance you use way too much, or, the Atalanta sad boy Emo band. We took a look at the latter’s newest album ‘Death Is A Warm Blanket’, as our Editor heated up his leftover pizza in the former.
Folk Punk Is Just Emo With Trumpets. You Should totally listen to it. Here’s our beginners guide to this highly meme’d genre written by a young person who understands this sort of thing.
Apparently a perm is like a video game power up that gives you ultimate power, which would explain Kevin Keegan now we come to think of it… Oh yeah, you should listen to this awesome new single from IDLES!
We all know that the life of a celebrity isn’t as shiny and polished as it appears on TV and Social Media, but ‘Celebrity Mansions’, the fourth full-length release from this grunge-punk trio from Leeds, Dinosaur Pile Up is certainly shiny, tight, and polished.
Hardcore Punk Rock star Frank Carter is back with The Rattlesnakes for their third studio album, ‘End Of Suffering’. How does it compare to their seminal debut and divisive follow up though? Find out inside…