Monthly Archives: February 2014

Chumped Forever

If you have ever attended a music festival, chances are, on the lead up to the event you will have scoured the line-up, on the hunt for your potentially new favourite band. Before heading to The Fest in Gainesville last … Continue reading

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Ducking Punches – Dance Before You Sleep

Dan Allen is a man of many talents. He’s been a guitar tech for Frank Turner, and even filled in on acoustic guitar when Frank damaged his back, playing to crowds of thousands across Europe. He’s also a keen illustrator … Continue reading

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Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man – In Session From Maida Vale

It’s not so much the case these days, but in the 20th century certainly, recording a session at Maida Vale studios was on a lot of bands’ bucket lists. I can’t speak for Manchester punk stalwarts Revenge Of The Psychotronic … Continue reading

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Focus On: The Netherlands, with Antillectual

In the first of our country-themed features, we find out about what hidden musical gems the Netherlands has to offer, with the help of technical punk trio Antillectual. One of Holland’s more illustrious punk bands, Antillectual are a relentless gigging … Continue reading

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Seahaven – Silhouette (Latin Skin)

At this time of year, as the grey little island we call home is battered by a seemingly unending storm-ocalypse, the perfect remedy, apart from a cup of tea, is a band who remind us that the sun does still … Continue reading

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