Play of the day – TV Smith

Play of the day - Tv Smith Land of the overdose new album from the punk that keeps on punking. TV Smith first released a record over 40 years ago when playing in the Adverts but he has kept going all through the years and his solo shows at Rebellion are legends in themselves. Not … Continue reading Play of the day – TV Smith

Play of the Day – Pardon Us

With a catchy line of "I'm fuckin fumin" Pardon Us have a low-fi pop punk sound but are rooted in diy punk rock. I'm lovng this track. A 7" out on Everything Sucks Music and a new album about to land Alternatively check out the video if you like some visuals https://youtu.be/7-niMxukFu8

Play of the Day – Burnt Tapes

Play of the Day - Brunt Tapes - Alterations I have a nice room in my house, complete with record player and stash of vinyl. I have nearly as many records as books lined up for listening to. A growing pile by the week and time always seems to catch up as I look enticingly … Continue reading Play of the Day – Burnt Tapes

Play of the day – Basement Revolver

So this is a blog firmly based in punk rock. It doesn't mean that I don't appreciate music of different genres. It's just that punk is my thing, whatever punk is. Basement Revolver is not a sound that screams out punk but there is something about their haunting introspective tunes that sucks me in. It … Continue reading Play of the day – Basement Revolver

Play of the day – Somerset Thrower

Dead Broke Rekerds always seem to have something interesting on the go. Hailing from Long Island’s in the land of USA Somerset Thrower have their new album, Godspeed, released this week on the label. They’ve got a sound that’s got one foot in Jawbreaker/Sunny Day Real Estate-style emo and another in Gin Blossoms-y alt-rock. It … Continue reading Play of the day – Somerset Thrower

Play of the day – Winds of Promise

Featuring vocalist Joe Nelson (Ignite, Triggerman, The Killing Flame), drummer Pat Longrie (Uniform Choice, Unity), bassist Mike Kenyon, and guitarist Joe D. Foster (Unity, Ignite, Speak 714, LastLight), expectations are certainly high for Winds of Promise, the latest band to come out of the hallowed Orange County, CA hardcore scene. I was excited when I … Continue reading Play of the day – Winds of Promise

Play of the day – Menstrual Cramps

Formed in a broken bedroom in Bristol, on the verge of homelessness, and rife with anger, The Menstrual Cramps were born. Politics on the brain and injustices surrounding them, they jumped ship to a dive in London and recorded their debut album ‘We’re Not Ovaryacting’ on distorted acoustic guitars, calling on the world to ‘Save … Continue reading Play of the day – Menstrual Cramps

Play of the day – Escape-ism

Ever since he introduced himself to listener of the DC hardcore scene with Nation of Ulysses Ian Svenonius has been shaking himself with a slightly erratic punk soul sound. He is the neurotic chainsmoking conspiracy theorist. He is the smart dressed man in a room full of punks championing the future. He is ready to … Continue reading Play of the day – Escape-ism

Play of the day – Freak Accident

The Freak Accident is a Punk/Math/Garage/Pop/Surf/Rock collision led by Victims Family/Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine guitarist-vocalist Ralph Spight. Their new Album “Misfortune Teller” finds the band delivering an ever changing array of lysergic thunder anthems with a lyrical perspective that abandons all hope for the future.