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From Saturday 30 August 2003

Tsunami Bomb fallout continues

And the Tsunami Bomb fallout continues. Axed bassist Dominic tells his side of the split here, while drummer Gabe responds to the now departed members comments here.

Give these people a medal

As most of you know, Fallout40, Hitechjet and Milk2Sugars had a lot of gear stolen from Josephs Well, Leeds at PB4. F40 were worst hit and the Derby punk community has come together to put on two special nights of punktastic gigging

Get growing!

Ska-punk octet Grown At Home continue to tour their collective arses off. Check ’em out at a venue near you, I’ve been hearing good things… 05-Sep-03 The Charlotte, Leicester supporting Lightyear on their last ever tour! + Howards Alias 06-Sep-03 The Corporation,

The pilots are grounded!

My Favourite Co-Pilot have pulled out of their gig at the Barfly in London tonight. The band offer their apologies but promise to be back in London soon.

Knocked over by a wave

Tsunami Bomb bassist Dominic Davi has left the band. A band statement reads: “We have parted ways with Dominic due to personal reasons. This was a very difficult decision for us and at the same time a very positive decision for the band. This is by

Attention Jocks

Submitted: A Close Last have organised a punk all dayer this Saturday, 30th August at the 13th Note Cafe, Glasgow. £5 for some great bands. Confirmed bands so far are: A CLOSE LAST, FRICTION FX, REGULAR JOE, THE NEW

Friday 29 August 2003

Quick Jay, don’t look!

I’ve had a bit of a rant, which you can read here, and my epic Reading 2003 review is also posted, and can be found here. Go on, slate it all!

All’s not happy in wonder-land

Swedish post-hardcore band Wonderland Demention Dept have lost two original members. In a statement the band wrote: “During this summers’ recordings of material for the upcoming album The Awkward Silence it has become more and more evident that not everyone in the band can

Fly me to the moon…

My Favourite Co-Pilot support ex Rival Schools men Cardia tomorrow night at the Barfly in Camden, London. MFCP will be onstage at 8.15pm. If you haven’t yet witnessed the band live, get down there because they won’t disappoint!

New label announcement

Submitted: “Glue Industries is a new label dedicated to releasing cool releases by anybody that excites us with a punk “feel or ethos”. The first release is “open arms” the debut album by east coast punk upstarts Kneehigh. Our next release should be