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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The Carvels NYC “Everything With You Is A Travesty” EP

In Downtown NYC, Brian Morgan is probably best known for slinging guitar for the Disruptors, the last of the great, pre gentrification, CBGB's sleazy gutter punks, but in the Midwest, the guy is a legendary hero among the record store loiterers and sneering delinquent teenagers of all ages, for all his early garage-land bands like... Continue Reading →

Brad Marino “Four Track Attack” EP

Brad Marino is the lead vocalist/guitar player of power pop band The CONNECTION. This 4 song EP sure also has a power pop flavour, but you'll also find some glam rock'n'roll touches here and there. The interesting thing is that Brad played all the instruments on this solo EP! The songs are played with punk... Continue Reading →

Norwood Park All Stars “N.P.A.S. DOS”

NORWOOD PARK ALL STARS are back with 13 new songs on this second album. If you haven't heard about them before, this band is composed of members of various punk/glam bands from the North of Chicago (the 80s Norcore scene.) The first two songs ("Parting Seas" and "Double Talk") have a little Jello Biafra feel... Continue Reading →

Dead End “Suicide Notes”

French punk rock band DEAD END has been around for more than 20 years! Despite all those years and numerous line-up changes, Wattie (vocals/guitar) always managed to keep DEAD END alive and kicking. On this new album, you can obviously hear Wattie's punk rock'n'roll roots in songs like "Autophobia", "The Cheater", "Loser", or "Shout", and... Continue Reading →

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