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From Saturday 31 December 2016

Never Get Tired – The Bomb the Music Industry Story

It’s been a long time coming, but the day is finally here: the world can watch Never Get Tired – The Bomb the Music Industry Story. A year ago, I was fortunate enough to attend a special screening in Chicago while Jeff and Co. were on tour supporting his

Wednesday 13 August 2014

Never Get Tired: The Bomb The Music Industry Story

  ‘Never Get Tired’ is the Kickstarter-backed documentary centred on DIY punk collective, Bomb The Music Industry. We caught up with songwriter and founder of BTMI, Jeff Rosenstock and filmmaker Sara Crow to see how the project is coming along.They also gave us an insight into the emotions surrounding the release

Friday 18 April 2014

Anti-Manifesto celebrate 10 years with special compilation release

The Anti-Manifesto collective celebrate their 10th anniversary last year, and they’ve been putting together a compilation of 20 bands from across the world that have played a gig for them over the years. The compilation is available for PWYL download and on limited edition cassette. Half of the proceeds from

Wednesday 02 January 2013

Bomb The Music Industry! release new song

Bomb The Music Industry! have released a new song called ‘Big Kisses’. The song was made for Respond & Rebuild, who are involved in removing waste from homes damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Get the song here and donate here. via Punknews

Wednesday 23 November 2011

Bomb the Music Industry

Our man with the punk rock span Mark Pavey caught up with the one and only Bomb The Music Industry! at Fest 10. More from the band at

Friday 07 January 2011

BTMI new song online

Bomb the Music Industry has posted new song Hurricane Waves online for free download. Get it from the following link:

Thursday 12 February 2009

Bomb the Music Industry – Brixton Academy, London

Tuesday 10 February, 20009 The Windmill, Brixton Support: Dave House + Beat The Red Light + Sam Russo + F-Bats There?s a small gathering every month or so that meets at the Brixton Windmill under the banner ?Staying South?. It?s an initiative set-up in