Thought for the day if for us all to stay sane, safe and keep virtually holding hands with the ones you cherish
Transatlantic punk rock supergroup Fake Names bring their hardcore and emo roots into power pop
Through the pages we get to know the characters, ordinary people living ordinary lives. These are the people in my world, the people in my job, the people I went to school with.
Following on from their "Ascent" ep earlier this year Cork Doomsters The grief are ready to inject more noise into your ears. This time it is with the release of their Descent ep. 5 tracks of doom influenced metal, sounding sharp and powerful. It's available electronically in all the following formats Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/album/4lnH42S4uNvwBAYoKzn6LN?si=JbiIZkmZQv6YLtfBQazkJA Bandcamp - https://thegrief1.bandcamp.com/releases iTunes - https://music.apple.com/ie/artist/the-grief/1496996964 Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/griefdoommetal/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_oU9fvolEB52i6IBskopTw … Continue reading Cork Metallers The Grief Continue their “Descent” into your ears
Punk rock, critiques of capital, Karl Marx and cultural theory as we have run out of world to cannibalize and commodify
Thursday tunes this week comes from metayouth, songs from wavves, knapsack, green day, my chemical romance and the man many now know as the fascist morrissey
The WormsBack To The BogHidden Bay Records A 10 track aural assault here. The worms could be blasting from your garage or punking it out from the 100 Club. They are short and acerbic cuts. I was sitting down nicely at home reading the morning newspaper about decaying democracy in Belarus, Hungary, Poland. Beside it … Continue reading Play of the Day – the worms
This book move from one madcap Adventure to another bound by history.
In a world gone mad we can look back to those new wave days of Blondie or Nick Lowe with great fondness. We always remember the grass to be greener than it ever was but with Lattitude it is lush fresh vibrant 70's power pop Mystic Hotline is out now on Emotional Response Records
Canadian popsters hint towards the 90's sounds of the pavement
The best folk singer from Wexford is Jimi Cullen but his fellow county folkster, Gordon Barry, is bringing out a new single this week All The Live Long Year. The EP is Filled with melodies as the tracks deal with life, love and loss. Embracing country, folk and Americana, there are definite hints to Tom Waits … Continue reading Who is Gordon Barry