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From Monday 22 January 2018

Camcorder Unveil Video for ‘Space’

Punktastic are proud to support Camcorder’s latest track ‘Space’, animated by Alec Hugill. The Woking-based alt-rock outfit will release their upcoming record ‘Suck!’ on April 9, digitally via Further Sky Records and a limited tape run by Weather Girl Records. The video itself is reminiscent of early internet flash animated

Friday 05 January 2018

LIVE: Apologies I Have None/Kamikaze Girls/Last Hounds/Super Lemon Days @ The Asylum, Birmingham

It’s a bitter Friday night in Birmingham, but thankfully we have two of the finest ‘always on tour’ punk bands to untap our emotions, in a season where it’s frowned upon to be unhappy.  The truth is, it’s always okay to not be okay, and given that Apologies, I

Tuesday 19 December 2017

Ex Superheaven frontman Taylor Madison releases ‘Webbed Wing’ demo

The Philadelphia based musician unveiled his new project via Twitter on December 13 and released the six-track demo via Bandcamp. The percussion, recording, and production was handled by ex Superheaven guitarist Jake Clarke and was mastered by Will Yip. You can listen to the release in its entirety below.

Sunday 10 December 2017

Algae Bloom release four way split with You’ll Live, Solanas and Good Times

The two-piece Norwich screamo group have unveiled a new 7″ and cassette, set to be released through Old Press Records (UK) and Not So Happy Records (EU) Here’s what frontman Matt Taylor had to say about their contribution, ‘Tedious & Brief’; “The title is a reference to a sundial motto mentioned

Friday 24 November 2017

Punk Talks announces ‘accountability workshops’ for early 2018

Punk Talks, the volunteer-led mental health organization recently announced on Twitter that in 2018 they will be launching a new service specifically for people who wish to seek help with problematic sexual behaviors. Punk Talks followed this tweet with an explanation regarding their decision to implement these workshops: “We are

Thursday 23 November 2017

LIVE: Mount Eerie @ St John on Bethnal Green, London

On July 6 2016 prolific indie singer-songwriter Phil Elverum lost his wife, Geneviève Castrée, to a year-long battle with cancer. Roughly eight months later, Elverum released his eighth studio album ‘A Crow Looked At Me’, and decided to start playing shows again after a three-year hiatus. To call this album

Monday 20 November 2017

Joshua Jones: “It frustrates me seeing people sharing videos of poetry but not going to any shows.”

Friday 10 November 2017

George Gadd unveils single ‘Not Human’, Feat, Modern Baseball’s Sean Huber

The Nottingham based folk punk musician has released a new song via Bandcamp, from his album due to be released next year via Big Boy Records. You can listen to a stream of the single below: Not Human by George

Thursday 09 November 2017

Drug Church don’t care for your career superiority complex on ‘Weed Pin’

Whilst I’ve always been a massive fan of Patrick Kindlon’s projects, I’m one of those people that prefer Drug Church over Self Defence Family/End Of A Year. Fittingly, it was always work commitments whilst juggling University that made me miss their stints in the UK in 2015. This would have

Wednesday 08 November 2017

Gun Shy unveil video for new song ‘Aux Atelier Populaire’

We are excited to be premiering the ‘motion picture’ of Southampton shoegazers Gun Shy’s new song ‘Aux Atelier Populaire’. Delving into spoken word territory once again, ‘Aux Atelier Populaire’ takes on a hazy journey, revealing clips of the band’s studio recordings between live performances and dreamy archive footage.