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Citizen, Drug Church, Viji @ Electric Ballroom, London

Monday 14 March 2022

Drug Church – ‘Hygiene’

For the past decade, Albany and Los Angeles five-piece outfit Drug Church have been a band making music fearlessly, not afraid to tred the delicate lines between aggressive post-hardcore and blazing post-punk. Never backing down from their voice – one that shouts about life’s dark moments and

Wednesday 23 June 2021

Drug Church – ‘Tawny’

Can you spare 10 minutes? You’re busy, of course. You’ve got your main job, your evening job, your hobby that Instagram has convinced you to turn into a side-hustle. You’ve got a social life – when you can fit it in – and then somewhere among all that you

Thursday 08 August 2019

LIVE: 2000trees Festival 2019 – Friday

2000trees is advertised as being a ‘medium’ sized festival, but while medium can suggest mediocrity be misconstrued as ‘average’, nothing about the scorching weekend feels mediocre. With alternative fans from all of the country coming together to celebrate our special scene, 2000trees pens itself as one of the best

Wednesday 17 July 2019

LIVE: Drug Church / Night Letters @ Boston Music Room, London

Drug Church front man Patrick Kindlon smiles approvingly after the final note of ‘Banco Popular’ – the first song of the set – before taking a jab at himself for not being as energetic between songs as other front men might be, and wishing he was on Tom Cruise’s

Wednesday 13 February 2019

Drug Church, Single Mothers @ The Key Club, Leeds

Wednesday 19 December 2018

Top 25 Albums of the Year

Tuesday 06 November 2018

Drug Church – ‘Cheer’

Okay, so Drug Church’s latest slice of punk heaven is here, and it’s bloody fantastic. The five-piece, originally born out of Albany only to be “sucked into the fast life” of LA, first bared their teeth with a couple of demo songs in late-2011 and enjoyed a pretty meteoric rise

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

Monday 06 November 2017

This week’s recommendations from Lee Jackson

Here’s another ten tracks from Lee Jackson to guide you through the week. Drug Church – ‘Weed Pin’ ‘Weed Pin’ is the new single from the Albany quintet. Another huge tune to add to their already impressive catalogue. Catch them on tour all over the States this month. Turnstile – ‘Real