Monthly Archives: May 2014

Perdition – I’ll Be Careful, You’ll Be Dead [video]

Manatee Entertainment, based in north-west Germany, has uploaded its eighth ‘Manatee Session’, this time with punk rock four-piece Perdition, from Texas. Check out singer Andrew doing an acoustic rendition of ‘I’ll Be Careful, You’ll Be Dead’ below: Advertisements

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Micky Dey – Roam

Having first heard Micky Dey in Alt Track, and loving it, I was interested in hearing what he has to offer solo. Initially I was surprised – but in a good way, mind. The real strength of this EP is … Continue reading

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Death And The Penguin: No Prisoners to Conformity

Death and The Penguin are Best Before Records’ latest signing. The Brixton-based four piece have recently released their debut EP Accidents Happen, and will be hosting a free release party in June. They’ve previously featured on the latest Big Scary … Continue reading

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Mark Wynn – No Fun (not that one)

This new EP from Mark Wynn is a lo-fi punch in the face from the off. Think a semi electric first Andrew Jackson Jihad LP played by The White Stripes. But Northern English. There’s also a certain something of the … Continue reading

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Somos – Temple of Plenty

Somos are outright worshippers of Hot Rod Circuit, and that suits me just fine. It’s about time more bands trod in the footsteps of an act who wrote some of the finest emo punk melodies ever penned. Everything that made … Continue reading

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Midday Committee – Girls In Open C

I want to start by saying that, if you like pop-punk, you should probably give this a listen. It’s really good. I didn’t know what to expect, having never heard Midday Committee before, and after reading the reasoning behind their … Continue reading

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Death and The Penguin – Accidents Happen

Brixton-based Death and The Penguin are Best Before Records’ latest signing. Their new EP, Accidents Happen, begins with previously released single ‘Snuffed Out’; a song that instantly makes me feel nostalgic. It reminds me of old Idlewild songs, if covered … Continue reading

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