Tags » Punk Music

Punk, Live and Alive

21 September, 2020:

This week, What The Punk brings you live and thriving music from the punks you know and love, and from punks you’d love to know! 794 more words


Shame - 'Alphabet'

Photo credit: Sam Gregg

Shame have shared new single ‘Alphabet’ – their first new material since 2018’s ‘Songs of Praise’ album. Frontman Charlie Steen sayss the James Ford-produced track is ‘a direct question, to the audience and the performer, on whether any of this will ever be enough to reach satisfaction’. 74 more words

New Music

DD - Creeper


UK glam-punkers Creeper have been on my radar for about two years, and now that they’ve released their second full-length and have a decent amount of material out in the world, I figured I’d ask and answer: is their whole discography worth listening to? 2,135 more words


TV Priest - 'This Island'

DIY heroes TV Priest have shared ‘This Island’ ahead of the release of their eagerly awaited debut album ‘Uppers’ on 13 November (Hand in Hive). Entirely self-recorded, it follows 6 Music plays for all of their previous singles and has cover artwork from the band’s frontman Charlie Drinkwater (who also designed the latest Fontaines D.C. 85 more words

New Music

Picturesque's 'Do You Feel O.K.?' is the future of alt rock (Album Review)

Haunting melodies, creative rhythms, heavy guitars, and moving themes blur the lines of genre in the best way.

Kentucky-based quartet Picturesque aimed to impress with their 2020 album, … 1,117 more words

Original Post


Words: James Frostick

After dropping a kiloton of blistering and hard-chugging punk on our heads back in April in the form of their self-titled LP, Melbourne/Naarm wrecking crew APCO are back with a fresh slice of bare-boned crank. 379 more words


A time for music and dancing

So today I shall be heading down to London for the night, as some friends are having a slightly belated and joint Birthday party. Half of me wants to stay home and chill, whilst the other 3/4 says go, relax and enjoy. 219 more words