Monthly Archives: July 2011

Copasetics – The Stark Comprehension…. review

The Stark Comprehension of Life In The Final State of Decay is the new (and 2nd) EP from Yorkshire punks, Copasetics. The 4 track EP is the latest offering from the Northerners who are keen to show off their raw … Continue reading

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Basement – I Wish I Could Stay Here review

With the punk music scene ever growing, it becomes harder and harder to impress. Bands come and go in a flash and so the pressure was certainly on with Basement’s debut album I Wish I Could Stay Here. Luckily, Basement … Continue reading

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Featured artist: Arse Full of Chips

With a name like “Arse Full Of Chips”, it’s hard to imagine what to expect but it may come as no surprise to find out that Arse Full of Chips are indeed a comedy band. Unlike most comedy acts, Arse … Continue reading

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New Town Kings – MOJO review

Essex. When most people think of Essex, they’ll think of the pile of shit that is The Only Way Is Essex. Or some people may think of Lakeside. However, to prove that not everything in Essex is poor quality, ska/reggae … Continue reading

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Mallory Knox – Pilot EP review

Mallory Knox might not do anything spectacular or unique, but what they do – they do well. Mallory Knox’s debut EP, Pilot, shows emotion. It shows hard work, dedication but most of all it shows strong promise. Mallory Knox’s melodic … Continue reading

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Rise Records sign Hot Water Music + 7″ release

Rise Records have recently signed punk outfit Hot Water Music who will be entering the studio this winter to record a brand new full-length album, which is scheduled to be released in Spring 2012. In the very near future, however, … Continue reading

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