Super Lemon Days No Slackin stream

Super Lemon Days ‘No Slackin” stream


Hailing from just north of Birmingham, Super Lemon Days have already released a couple of EPs and played shows with emo heroes including Drug Church, Radiator Hospital and Apologies, I Have None. Now, they’re set to release ‘No Slackin”, a three-and-a-half-minute song that wonderfully blends in elements of slacker pop (of course) and more experimental…

Mannequin Pussy Who You Are new music 2019

Mannequin Pussy – ‘Who You Are’


Mannequin Pussy are set to release their third album ‘Patience’ on 21 June via Epitaph. The outspoken and political band have been making waves in the States and this song finds Marisa Dabice trading her impassioned screams for something more considered as she examines the importance of self-empowerment. Amidst Dude York-meets-Charly Bliss power punk-pop riffs,…

Strange Bones Blitz Pt 1 EP Give Me the Sun stream

Strange Bones – ‘Give Me the Sun’


Blackpool punks Strange Bones have shared new song ‘Give Me the Sun’ ahead of the release of the EP ‘Blitz Pt 1’ on 5 July. The frantic piece of punk rock clocks in at under two and a half minutes and combines zesty Puppy-style hooks with impassioned vocals delivering potent words: ‘Give me the sun,…

Dboy – Aldershot West End Centre, 12 May 2019


If you’ve watched the video for ‘Dboy for President’, you will know that the trio from Welland, Canada tend to do things a little differently. With spokesperson Kirill Kutchokokov, President of The Official Dboy Scout Order (the band themselves never conduct interviews), proudly declaring them ‘superconducters of love’ their tour stopped off in Aldershot to…

Dead Bars Regulars album review 2019 Seattle grunge indie punk

Dead Bars – ‘Regulars’ album review


We shared Seattle punk-rockers single ‘I’m a Regular’ a month or so back and now we’ve finally had the chance to listen to their new LP, also called ‘Regulars’ (out now via All in Vinyl in the UK). The DIY sound of ‘Freaks’ opens the album and works as a fine introduction to what Dead…

Petrol Girls Big Mouth new music

Petrol Girls – ‘Big Mouth’


Petrol Girls’ latest single ‘Big Mouth’ is all about how marginalised groups are faced with attempts to silence them whenever they speak out and put their points across. A timely and important four minutes, it features a spoken-word sample of Poly Styrene’s voice from the iconic intro to X-Ray Spex’ ‘Oh Bondage! Up Yours!’ (recorded in…