It is heartfelt and strangely engaging with a lovely shot at the end and in the background there's a building with some grafitti on it. That grafitti reads "AntiFa - KIEZ". just the sort of good news you want to see and see spread.
Musically it is very much like Propogandhi putting such an album together in a slightly slower down Bad Religion disguise. 13 well written and thoroughly thought through songs with beats, guitars and not too Much shouting going on.
A lethal Black Ooze are trying their best for consistency, consistency in releases and sonic capture. They have that garage sound, vocals low in the mix and deep down and dirty sound. New single out now, join in
SistersFeet In the groundSpartan records Any band that describes themselves as minor threat being recorded through a queen of the stone age machine is bound to pique my interest. I get a good sprinkling of the latter here but little of the former. It’s a layered Cure-esque sound being recorded through that Queens machine. Layers … Continue reading Play of the day are sisters (or maybe they aren’t)
Overall there's a feel good Superchunk factor right through here for your Friday. A vibrant indie rock re-take on the Bedhead EP the band released a decade ago
My tears are flowing, my throat has a lump in it that makes it difficult to breathe but like an addict I need this music. It is achingly gorgeous and will heal. Dive in and take the medicine, Patrick has laboured through grief and loved to provide this vaccine for you.
Aw man I’m in floods here. An acoustic scorcher with the theme of one father singing about his son. Singing about some of the troubles they face but underneath it all is an undying love as he looks to the future.
Musically it is nice driving intelligent punk rock fare. There's three songs on offer and are a great introduction to the band.
This is A five song EP of melodic but aggressive DIY punk rock that doesn't pander to trends or tread predictable paths. Brassneck does it again - capturing so much of what is best in the UK diy scene
Pardon Us treated us all to a new song last week. A high octane singalong about the state of the UK at the moment. Throw it on, turn up the volume and get air drumming