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Album Review: This Is Not A Drill - Hysteria/Hypocrisy/Lies

Review by Ollie Stygall.

When I was a lad growing up in the 80’s, and my mates and I were dipping our toes into the murky world of punk/hardcore/metal, it became a familiar cry of parents to denounce our listening as noise, often telling us it all sounded the same and that it was rubbish… Not my dad, I hasten to add; he introduced me to loads of great rock and roll and always took time to listen to and try to appreciate what I was listening to! 715 more words

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Austerity - Rinse and Repeat

my band did an anti-consumerist Christmas single. Above you can see us dicking around while drunk in Santa costumes. We’ll be having a launch party tomorrow night at Hotel Pelirocco, Brighton, England.

Anything But Outdated Family Traditions

Are these family traditions outdated or do they still serve the purpose of bringing together loved ones? Read on to find out.

Source: These Family Traditions Are Anything But Outdated


Bad Breeding - Endless Impossibility video

Yeah, I’m behind, but you know, been busy and stuff.  Bad Breeding have just about finished touring their Divide album now, but you can still buy it and it’s ruddy good so get it from… 80 more words


Album Review: Crass - Feeding of the 5000

Genre: anarcho-punk

Year: 1979

Label: Crass Records

I would love to start my first blog post by being very self indulgent. I thought, if my music blog venture was going to start with an album review, then I will review the album that kicked off my love for music. 1,223 more words

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Bad Breeding - Divide

New album from Bad Breeding, due for release April 7th on La Vida Es Un Mus and Iron Lung Records in the US.

BUY IT HERE IF YOU’RE IN EUROPE – … 15 more words