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Bear VS Rhino – Vulture Song

Listening to Bear VS Rhino’s latest EP, Vulture Song, was a really interesting audio experience – the record demonstrates a maturity and development from their earlier EPs. However, I am having trouble in working out what the band are trying … Continue reading

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A Great Notion – A Little Scared

Being a little scared isn’t always a bad thing – it gets the adrenaline flowing, the heart racing and prepares the body to act fast. Good punk rock has always done the same for me and countless others. This is … Continue reading

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Southlakes / Ceilings – Split EP

On first listen to this split EP by Ceilings and Southlakes, I had trouble distinguishing between the two artists. Admittedly it makes sense for them to release a split, considering their similarities, but neither band left a major impression on … Continue reading

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Hellwinners – Hellwinners

Brighton has been the birthplace of many bands; Phinius Gage, Fighting Fiction, and, more recently, Tall Ships. The latest act to come from the city is Hellwinners, a punk rock band that has been created by members of Brides (a … Continue reading

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The Dead Anyways – Direct Me Home

The Dead Anyways have a working class sound, worn ragged from work and obligations stretching them thin. I picture them self-medicating on booze, stumbling home, only to wake up significantly worse for wear. Given the chance tomorrow, I bet they … Continue reading

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O Captain – Ghetto Hikes

Ghetto Hikes is the first EP from Yorkshire four-piece O Captain. The lo-fi, treble heavy introduction to Ghetto Hikes set my bar pretty low. However, literally 21 seconds in, and as soon as the rest of the band came in … Continue reading

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Petrol Girls – Petrol Girls

When it comes to nailing your colours to the mast, describing yourselves as “raging feminist hardcore” certainly doesn’t pull any punches. And how refreshing for a band to make a real statement when so many of the supposed “punk” or … Continue reading

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Annabel / Dowsing – Split EP

It’s too easy to call bands emo again these days, and I’m just enough of a grumpy old to point this out. We couldn’t agree on emo then, the genre twisted around on itself at least three times before all … Continue reading

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Free Throw – Lavender Town

Free Throw have all the makings of a class act, producing a highly melodic and thoughtful sound which combines elements of pop and gruff punk. Boasting a total of three guitars, theirs is certainly a busy sound, and they have … Continue reading

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End Of Pipe – Keep Running

It is hard to believe Brazilian punks End Of Pipe are yet to play outside South America. They sing in perfect English and their melodic, gruff punk sound would see them fit easily on to most punk tours. Getting to … Continue reading

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