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Saturday, 06 March 2021 18:52

The Incredible Staggers - Zombies of love

Neo-60s garage punk band from Graz & Vienna, Austria.
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Friday, 05 March 2021 12:18

Leonora Post Punk - Eternos

Banda mexicana influenciada por el post-punk clásico, darkwave y new wave.
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Wednesday, 23 September 2020 11:15

Kleenex - "Boatsong"

LiLiPUT were a Swiss punk band active from 1978 to 1983, initially known as Kleenex. According to AllMusic, the band "made some of the best, most adventurous, most exhilarating, and most critically derided music" of the punk rock era.
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Thursday, 10 September 2020 12:41

Shop Assistants - It's Up To You

Shop Assistants were a Scottish indie pop band from Edinburgh, Scotland, formed in 1984, initially as 'Buba & The Shop Assistants'.After achieving success with independent releases they signed to Chrysalis Records sublabel Blue Guitar, releasing their only album in 1986. After splitting in 1987, with singer Alex Taylor moving on to The Motorcycle Boy, they reformed for two further singles in 1990.
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Wednesday, 10 October 2018 09:35

Big In Japan - Suicide A Go Go

Big in Japan was a punk band that emerged from Liverpool, England in the late 1970s. They are better known for the later successes of their band members than for their own music. According to the Liverpool Echo, Big in Japan were "a supergroup with a difference - its members only became super after they left."Big in Japan left a recorded legacy of seven songs: one on a single, four on their EP From Y to Z and Never Again, and two released on a compilation. As of 2005, five out of these recorded songs are commercially available, on the compilation album, The Zoo: Uncaged 1978-1982.
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Tuesday, 08 May 2018 12:29

Solstice - Under Waves Lie Our Dead

After years of waiting, Solstice is back, and they’re as good as ever – sometimes, even better. As scornful as I know that Solstice can be of reviews, I hope that this one can persuade some people to try out this record, because it’s really fucking worth the years anticipating it. Hail doom, hail to England (no offense to the band’s Irish vocalist!), and hail Solstice.
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