Released: 1977 There are some old chestnuts trotted out about punk, but The Stranglers (in)famously were punk’s old chestnuts; drummer … More
Released : 1976 Economic strife. A reactionary government. No opportunity for young people and an atmosphere where not fitting in … More
Courtesy of their singer Blaze Bateh, Bamabara’s songs often feel like they occupy a space which is both archaic and … More
Released : 1973 Crawling out of Lower Manhattan’s East Side when the word bohemian didn’t even begin to cover it’s … More
Punk rock? Literally no-one does it better. Read about the sixth album by The Bronx, VI, here.
LA five piece put down their vihuelas and guitarróns for just long enough to completely reinvigorate punk rock. Again. ‘VI … More
At five seven, with red hair and a surface area that’s now more tattoo than skin, Frank Carter you’d say … More
You took your lockdown(s) as you could; circumstances, strains and outcomes varied. For Amyl & The Sniffers it meant a … More
Lemmy once said “If you didn’t do anything that wasn’t good for you it would be a very dull life”. … More
Aussie punks do the simple things, brilliantly. Snot and sawdust, mullet style.