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From Monday 28 February 2005


Taken from the BSM mailout: “‘All The Better To Eat You With, My Dear’ is the new BSM label sampler CD featuring… a brand new demo from SECONDSMILE, an exclusive new track from SPARKS LIGHTS & FLAMES, as well as previously unreleased tracks

Tanaou CD out now!

Submitted: “The Long awaited Tanaou mini album – “These Songs Are Our Only Alibis” is now available to buy exclusively online from Banquet Records for £5.50! Check the link below, to get yourself one of the best indie/rock records of 2005: If you haven’t heard of


Submitted: “The Chucky No Stars have released a sneak peak into their upcoming debut album, “Quit The Day Job”. The song available for listen as an unmastered version of “Divide, Divoid, Divine”. You can listen to the song over at now.”

Zatopeks new release details

Submitted: “The debut album from the Zatopeks, ‘Ain’t Nobody Left But Us,’ will be released on Stardumb Records from Holland on 12 March. It contains 14 tracks of twisted poppunk and was mastered by Vince from the Travoltas. There are 2

Official VGS cancellation explaination

More info on the cancelled Voodoo Glow Skulls tour: “One of the Casillas three, Jorge’s wife is having a baby and they think she might have it early. We are very sorry, we tried to plan around it. But unfortunately we cannot play without Jorge. So we

Sunday 27 February 2005

I’ll tell you a story…

Deep Elm Records have signed Second Hand Stories.

Leeds PT Recs gig off – everyone goes to buffet instead

We would like to apologise to everyone who was intending to come to tonight’s gig in Leeds at The Packhorse for the PT Recs tour – unfortunately the venue has decided to cancel the gig without informing us until now. Instead of a four band bill you could

Saturday 26 February 2005

New Website Shocker

The Casualties have a brand new website.


BSM have signed Jairus.

The ‘Bring Them Sluts’ Tour 2005

The Punktastic Recordings tour continues tonight despite the cold and wet as Echofreddy and The Maple State hit Leeds. Both bands wowed Scunthorpe last night, packing the Lincoln Imp and selling a ton of merch. If you’re yet to hear the new Echofreddy songs then you’re