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From Monday 19 June 2017

Aerial Salad share new song, ‘Check My Mind.’

Manchester punks Aerial Salad have shared their new song, ‘Check My Mind.’. It is the first single from their upcoming debut album, ‘Roach’, which will be digitally available on the 21st June and physically on the 1st July through Plasterer Records. Check My

Thursday 15 June 2017

Aerial Salad stream new song, ‘Man Down’

Manchester punks Aerial Salad have shared their brand new song, ‘Man Down’. Available for PWYW download on bandcamp, the song precedes the band’s forthcoming debut album, ‘Roach’, which will be digitally available on the 21st June and physically on the 1st July through Plasterer Records.

Wednesday 31 May 2017

Hot Mass to join The Bouncing Souls and Great Cynics on UK tour

Swansea punks Hot Mass have confirmed that they will joining The Bouncing Souls and Great Cynics on their UK tour next month. Originally Great Collapse were set to play the shows, but had to pull out for personal reasons. Hot Mass released their debut album, ‘Nervous Tensions’, last year on Brassneck

Wednesday 24 May 2017

Superchunk, The Movielife, Grade, City of Caterpillar and more added to The Fest 16

Florida’s The Fest 16 have added a bunch of bands to their already stacked line up. Joining the likes of Hot Water Music, Against Me!, Hum, Rainer Maria, Snapcase and more are the following bands: Superchunk, Pegboy, The Movielife, Grade, City of Caterpillar, Majority Rule, You Blew It, Career Suicide, Chris

Monday 22 May 2017

Great Cynics, Happy Accidents and more added to Da Iawn Fest 3

The organisers of Da Iawn Fest have confirmed the first wave of bands for its third edition. Great Cynics, Happy Accidents, The Run Up, Deadlines, and This Hidden Switch will be playing the Cardiff based punk/indie all dayer. It will take place upstairs at Buffalo Bar on Saturday 19th August.

Tuesday 11 April 2017

Great Cynics – ‘Posi’

It’s the worst of times, so let’s write an album about the best of times. ‘Posi,’ the fourth album by those affable southern punks Great Cynics, is an album split down the middle, told in two parts, treading a knife’s edge between seemingly forced positivity and a more deep

Sunday 26 March 2017

Great Cynics tread gorgeous new ground on ‘Don’t Buy The Sun’

Great Cynics new album ‘Posi’ arrived on Friday and it’s a fantastic return from one of the UK’s most underrated bands.  The album is full of the classic warm guitars, infectious melodies and lyrics about bags of cans in the sun Great Cynics are known for, but also sees the band

Wednesday 08 February 2017

Great Cynics Sound Like An Old Friend With A New Lease Of Life

Great Cynics returned this week with news of a new album, ‘POSI’, and a new single in the form of ‘Butterfly Net’. The band have been relatively quiet of late and have undergone some line-up changes. Iona Cairns has left (an understandable shame given how busy she

Tuesday 07 February 2017

Great Cynics release new track, ‘Butterfly Net’

Great Cynics have premiered their brand new song, ‘Butterfly Net’, over at DIY Magazine. Touching upon matters of confidence and positivity in oneself, the track is taken from the indie punks’ upcoming fourth album, ‘POSI’, which will be released on the 24th March via Specialist Subject Records (UK), Lame-O

Sunday 15 January 2017

Great Cynics, Doe and more added to South East Fest

For the past week, the organisers of South East Fest have continually been adding a new band a day to their line up until it is complete. Joining the previously announced Apologies, I Have None, Sam Russo and Beezewax are the following acts: Doe, Great Cynics, The Hippaes, The Exhausts,