Tonight's show is a celebration once more to the Spotify playlists of our youth - the compilation album. Bands with roots in Italy, England, Wales, Australia, Ireland and the States are all featured
Week 3 of a diary of hope sees important music from Loud Women Collective, covid re-opening, hope show and some truly tragic scenes throughout the world
punk rock avant garde legend the shend in new book shocker. Songs, stories anecdotes and observations available now for Pre-order
I’m writing this listening to Bob Vylan’s 'we live here' record. A punk rock Benjamin Zephaniah with some amount of anger for society. Interesting in the week that England placed her faith in the Tory party once more. Sure they’ve been in power for 80 of the last 100 years so there should be no … Continue reading Diary of Hope Week 2
It's now 1983 and the door may have closed on the first wave of punk. There's bands like the Avengers and UK Subs from that wave still releasing music. Hardcore is speeding through the States. ohn Lydon is changing his ways where money applies. meanwhile Yorkshire and Germany are pushing boundaries
Emo lofi folk punk on a one sided 12" from the UK
The third call to arms from feminist punk band War on Women. Part Propaghandi, part Petrol Girls this is a riff fuelled a manifesto that rocks out. There is a lot of rocking going in here.
a supergroup under the name 'Solidarity Not Silence' with members of The Tuts, Petrol Girls, Colour Me Wednesday, Personal Best AND with a feature from Kathleen Hanna of Bikini Kill. Standing in Solidarity #ThisIsSisterhood
Charting the final era of the clash and the politics of the day, the re-election of Thatcher and Reagan and subsequent hounding of the left. Interesting that they were on the rise as the clash was in the demise.
This record is just one big merry go round of smiles and punk pop anthems of community, promise and challenge. A heartfelt plea for us all to keep working together and be proud of our community.