punk-rock

IDLES live streaming show from Abbey Road

Over the past few years, Bristol’s IDLES have acted as a counterweight to the continuous rush of despair and sadness emanating from every corner of the media.
 
With their third album “Ultra Mono” few weeks away (September 25th), the excitement that develops within IDLES fan base ahead of this three-part stream weekend is really big, especially due to the economy situation that we are all facing in 2020.
 

Confess - Burn ‘em All

Well these Swedes quite impressed me a few years back with their sophomore effort, “Haunters” and now, some three years later, they return with strike number three.
 
Think the Euphoria that early Crashdiet and Reckless Love albums, caused ya, along with bits of Kix, Motley, Vain and early Guns, LA or otherwise. This is born and bred from the same DNA, owing a bit more to its European than American ancestry but still…
 

Code Orange to release new studio album “Underneath” on March 13th 2020

Grammy nominated band Code Orange have announced details of their new LP “Underneath”, which will be released on March 13th, 2020, via Roadrunner Records.

“Underneath” is heralded by the LP’s title track, offering a glimpse into the reconfigured and urgent compositions of a band at their most ambitious. “Underneath” is also joined by a Max Moore directed music video which can be seen below.

IDLES share new live video for “Great”

Today, IDLES have shared a new live version of “Great”, which is taken from their highly-anticipated first-ever live album “A Beautiful Thing: IDLES Live at Le Bataclan”, which is out today on Partisan Records.

The limited double LP edition is available across three different colours, each with their own individual artwork. All are housed in deluxe gatefold packaging, and each contain a booklet designed by Joe, featuring photographs from the show and a selection of poetry.

InMe live in London 2019

We were treated to a quick 20 minute taster set by Oxygen Thief. The contrast between the bright flashes of the strobe lighting and the dark room, complimented their heavy yet bouncy music style. Oxygen Thief are a folk punk and rock band, interchanging between acoustic and electric. Barry Dolan was originally an acoustic but loud solo act. Later forming the current three piece band with Neil on bass and Ben on drums, in 2013.