The X-Ray Eyes “Destiny Is Depressed”

I'm a bit late on this one since the album was released in August 2019, but it would have been a pity not to talk about it. The X-RAY EYES come from Leeds, UK and seem to have a special thing for '77 punk rock. The energy of the first songs ("Track One" and "Hallelujah")... Continue Reading →

Teenage Bubblegums “In Limbo”

Looking at the name of the band, I was expecting some bubblegum punk or glammy punk, but this Italian trio is more into in your face punk rock with a dark and heavy guitar sound, so if they chew bubblegum, they probably spit it right after it! Vocals are shared between Billy and Ally, which... Continue Reading →

John Dissed “American University”

(Review by Free) When both irretrievably corrupt, collaborating, billionaire owned, fat cat political parties are 100% complicit in knowingly propping up completely fabricated, mythological stories to manufacture consent for a babies in cages prison state and permanent lies for imperialist wars for the insatiable profits of the one percent, hungry ghost, demonic extortionists at the... Continue Reading →

The Yoohoos “Up Goes The Rocket”

Pop punk is always better with some bubblegum added to it, and The YOOHOOS from Germany definitely know about this! This German power trio with both male and female vocals are influenced by GROOVIE GHOULIES, CHIXDIGGIT and 90s indie college rock, but songs like "Hello", "Planet Heart", "Spread The Magic" or "Decisions" could have been... Continue Reading →

LATTE+ “Next To Ruin”

22 years, 8 albums... This Italian band isn't really new, but they are back with a 13 song self-produced album. The record starts with "Next To Ruin", an up-tempo punk rock song reminding of The QUEERS or SCREECHING WEASEL, but songs like "Phocomelic Boy" or "Everybody Likes Your Wife" have a RAMONES-like energy while "Waiting... Continue Reading →

The Ratcliffs “Hell Mental”

The RATCLIFFS (from Austria) probably have all the RAMONES album. That's what you think when listening to opening song "Sidewalk Weirdo", "She Walked O.U.T", "One Step Forward" or "Just Because", but they must also be influenced by bands like The QUEERS and The ADOLESCENTS. Nothing wrong with this, right? But you'll hear more than that... Continue Reading →

The Leftards “Apocalypse Cabaret” 7″

(-review by Anguish Young) Yes, yes, I am well aware that Amerikkka's uptight, think-tank engineered, consensus manufacturing,¬†safe space college culture abhors the use of even deliberately offensive sarcasm-even if it's the¬†feminist magazine "B Word", and even the most righteous black radical hip hop artists use of the taboo n word, in the context of self... Continue Reading →

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