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The marvel of The Mekons

If I had to choose one group from the post-punk era to represent all that I loved most about the music of the eighties, it would be Leeds band… 523 more words

Why North Korea and Syria will win: Donald Trump and the Tentacles of the Rapist Octopus

Pitchfork recently posted up an article entitled ‘9 Actually Good Songs About Why Donald Trump Sucks’ and it got me thinking about what it means to be ‘Punk’. 2,698 more words

It's F*cking Fall, Y'all

Ohh, shit, Y’all. It is officially fall. You know what that means… the leaves are changing, pumpkin spice has taken over, and the white girls are bustin’ out the Uggs. 662 more words


The Fawkes Punkast Ep. 24: The Stooges' RAW POWER

On the newest Punkast, the guys talked about Iggy & The Stooges classic 1973 album RAW POWER, one of the most influential albums for punk music ever released. 23 more words


Music Review - Blondie's Pollinator

Artist: Blondie
Title: Pollinator
Genre: New Wave
Release Date: May 5, 2017
Length: 46 min.
Label: BMG/Infectious
Producer: John Congleton
Personnel: Debbie Harry (vocals), Chris Stein (guitar), Clem Burke (drums), Leigh Foxx (bass), Matt Katz-Bohen (keyboards, piano), and Tommy Kessler (guitar) 730 more words
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553. The Undertones - The Undertones

Brief Background: The Undertones is the debut album by Irish band The Undertones. The original album was released in May 1979 without the two singles “Teenage Kicks” and “Get Over You” or the single version of “Here Comes the Summer”. 261 more words

Photos: Counterparts, Stray From The Path, Comeback Kid @ Opera House

Photos by: Harrison Haines – 

Hamilton-based metalcore band Counterparts, who will release their fifth album, You’re Not You Anymore, on September 22nd, 2017 via New Damage / Pure Noise Records, which will feature the singles “Haunt Me”, “Bouquet”, and “No Servant of Mine”, performed at the Opera House in Toronto last night (Sept. 311 more words