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Asylums record label, Cool Thing Records presents exclusive label sampler “An Introduction”

Asylums have been running their own label,  Cool Thing Records, since August 2014 when they released their debut single ‘The Death Of Television’. In between Asylums debut album ‘Killer Brain Waves’ (July 2016) and their highly anticipated forthcoming sophomore album ‘Alien Human Emotions’ (July 2018) they have released a series

Friday 10 February 2017

No Seatbelt DIY release 2017 compilation

Exeter-based DIY collective, No Seatbelt, have unveiled their 2017 compilation. This year’s compilation includes bands such as Muncie Girls, Shit Present, The Fairweather Band, The Cut Ups, and American Enthusiasm. The compilation CD will be distributed for free online and at shows alongside an exclusive zine containing contributions from each

Friday 16 December 2016

Check out the excellent winter compilation from Little Rocket Records

Today, our friends at Little Rocket Records are releasing a brand new pay-what-you-like compilation, ‘Walking in a Little Rocket Wonderland’. It’s filled with excellent tracks, and includes exclusive contributions from Anti-Flag, Daria, Mallwalkers, Powernap, Jimmy Floyd Hasselband, and Rules. “This Compilation Series was designed to showcase our friends and upcoming

Friday 07 November 2014

Paper + Plastik Release Compilation PLUS We have Stuff for you to WIN

Paper + Plastick have teamed up with us, weliveinhell.com (Brazil), Rock-Metal-Punk.org (Belgium), Bigbombopunk.com (Spain) and Ox-Fanzine (Germany) to announce a 100-track free download (that’s 5-hours worth of free music) and a celebratory vinyl competition!! The extensive compilation (which will launch on November 27 and shall cost you absolutely nothing!

Monday 30 December 2014

Punktastic 13.12 is live, featuring Boston Manor, Losing Sleep, Swan Dive and more

Punktastic 13.12 is our final originals compilation of the year. On New Year’s Eve we’re also launching 13.13, our favourite songs of 2013. We’re closing things down with some absolutely fantastic bands that will be doing great things in 2014. Check out the magazine and the compilation below, and thanks for listening

Thursday 05 December 2013

Punktastic 13.11 is out, full of brilliant Scottish punk tracks

There’s loads to get excited about in this month’s Scottish DIY Compilation. Scottish DIY Punk is filled with brilliant, charismatic people who put on loads of fantastic gigs and create some fantastic records. There’s a wide-range of sounds on here, from the messy garage-punk of Cleavers to the emo-tinged, melodic vibe

Wednesday 06 November 2013

Punktastic 13.10, our latest compilation, out now, so go listen

So here it is: the newest instalment of the Punktastic compilation series. Number ten. Or številka deset, as they say in Slovenia (I think), where this month’s cover photo was taken. These tracks are all new releases, or songs from upcoming releases. There’s a re-release thrown in too for good measure. We’ve

Wednesday 04 September 2013

Punktastic 13.08 is now live

Today we’re bringing you the ever-so-slightly-delayed Punktastic 13.08. It’s another 13 track collection of new, excellent music, taking our 2013 compilation track total to a staggering 104 songs! This month, we’re featuring the likes of Hindsights and Bangers who are both recent Beach Community signees, and many many more besides.

Thursday 01 August 2013

Punktastic 13.07 available to stream and download now!

This month, we’re bringing you get another excellent compilation of new music, this time ranging from the pop rock of The Famous Class to the scratchy Punk Rock of Otto and the pop rock stylings of White Clouds & Gunfire. Check out the compilation and the accompanying booklet below. If

Friday 05 July 2013

Punktastic 13.06 – our latest compilation

Welcome to numero six. This month is the most varied set of bands we’ve had yet. We’re right in the middle of festival season now, and although you might want to be getting your wellies on and checking out your favourites in a field, there’s plenty of new bands