It’s easy to know 40 years later how relevant something really was when the needle hits the record and you are brought back in a time capsule.
Rudimentary Peni forced you to listen to them, always a little bit uncomfortable and unsure. Nick Blinkos art was always a joy as you could examine it while the music was on and find something new each time.
Re-release on vinyl with extra tracks of Dealing With Damage as they ask more questions and bring back that punk rock back to us that we all love
Dedicated to all people who suffer and die trying to get a better life these tunes deserve a listen and Rotura are a band deserving of our time.
The second album from prolific french punks, Kronstadt, with an eye for some melodic punk rock
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.
Cian has taken hardcore punk to a personal level and has created something unfiltered, pure and truly something he can claim his own. Keep an eye on Poser; something special is happening here.
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 loving 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
"Punk rock saved my life", Derrick Johnston proclaimed one Monday night in the hut to an audience one could quite comfortably count with two hands and we knew exactly what he meant. My saving wasn't on the form of punk but it certainly shaped my life. So many decisions I make on a daily basis … Continue reading A week of punk
What can we expect from the documentary? The documentary is going to be a bit of a trip back forty years to tell the story of Irish music in 1977. I’ll be covering quite a few events from that year including The Boomtown Rats and The Radiators From Space both releasing their debut singles, … Continue reading Cathal Funge. An interview with the broadcaster Cathal about his punk radio documentary.