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Flying Frogs - Playing Again: Review

This is another one of those records that could be said to sound like a carbon copy of those who influenced Flying Frogs, as hints of Millencolin, Lagwagon and NOFX are incredibly strong, but the Spaniards nonetheless make this an enjoyable listen. 72 more words


... a Box!

Aside from Double Plaidinum, these five albums were Lagwagon’s discography for this young listener (some 17 embarrassing years ago), which makes this exclusive box set (limited to 519 copies), all the more exceptional. 42 more words


Life in the Fat Lane

Life in the Fat Lane, Fat Music Vol. 4 was my first introduction to The Ataris, and their late 90s summer classic, San Dimas High School Football Rules. 81 more words


The Title Drop

By Jackson Anderson

Aside from being a music enthusiast, I also dabble as a film buff. I don’t pretend to know as much about the film industry as the music industry, and I don’t have any sort of genre specialization, but I still enjoy a good movie. 1,323 more words

Music Jargon

RxR - Fallout 5: Album Review

“There are a lot of borrowed styles and influences that stand out on ‘Fallout 5’, but it plays as a fun guessing game of “who do they sound like?”. 63 more words


Direct Hit! - Wasted Mind: Album Review

I went into ‘Wasted Mind’ with high expectations and I’m not disappointed in the slightest. Direct Hit! have reinvigorated the pop-punk genre by keeping it fresh and exciting, without sounding too much like the majority of their current peers.  60 more words


Just another Saturday... - Blog Post.

May 16th – Lagwagon Day.

The song May 16th, has always been one of my favourite songs.

The main reason is because May 16th is the day… 135 more words

Punk Rock