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From Monday 24 April 2017

LIVE: Real Friends / Can’t Swim @ Epic Studios, Norwich

In a climate where there’s ten a penny pop punk bands that are all style and no substance, groups like Real Friends, who speak up about real issues more than they do about their haircuts couldn’t be more important right now. On one of their biggest UK tours to date,

Real Friends, Can’t Swim, Microwave @ Saint Lukes, Glasgow

Watch the video for the new LIFE track, ‘In Your Hands’

Channelling the spirit of the classic UK punk bands of old, Life are filled with anger and passion. Today we are bringing you the first look at the video for their new track, ‘In Your Hands’. “We shot ‘In Your Hands’ in Hull during our curated, sell-out show at The

Gnarwolves confirm supports for UK shows

Gnarwolves have announced the support acts for their upcoming UK shows next month. Leeds duo Kamikaze Girls will be the main support for the whole run, whilst Rough Hands and Thrownups will be playing selected shows. These shows will be in support of Gnarwolves’ upcoming second album, ‘Outsiders’, which will be

The Obsessives unveil new video for ‘You’re My God’

D.C. indie rockers The Obsessives recently shared their new video for ‘You’re My God’. The song is featured on their self-titled second album, which was released last month on Dog Knights Productions (UK), Lame-O Records (US) and Cooking Vinyl (AUS). photo: Jessica Flynn

Blessed stream new EP, ‘II’

Canadian post punks Blessed recently premiered their upcoming new EP, ‘II’, at Consequence of Sound. It will be released this Friday 28th April via Kingfisher Bluez (CAN) and Cointoss Records (US). photo: Jaimi Wainwright

War On Women release new video for ‘Second Wave Goodbye’

War On Women recently shared their new video for ‘Second Wave Goodbye’. The track is taken from the Baltimore hardcore punks’ self titled debut album, which was released in 2015 via Bridge Nine Records. photo: Bradley James Allen

Pinegrove – ‘Everything So Far’

It’s odd for a band that has offered so much over their two full lengths and several EPs to release what’s effectively a best-of album, when they only have a limited playing history and back catalogue to choose from. However, ‘Everything So Far’ is exactly that for Pinegrove, prior to last

Murderburgers are the smiling champions of Scottish punk rock

(As part of their promotion of WonkFest, Wonk Unit’s Alex Johnson is our POV guest editor for the week.) I’ve known Fraser since the start of the Burgers. His drive, his enthusiasm for music, his good nature, his weathering of constant line up changes, he’s just a hero.

Isotopes: ‘Anyone who knows the reference immediately thinks we’re geniuses, which we are!’