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TV Crime – Man In The Pub

Nottingham glam punks TV Crime release their debut long player Metal Town in September. It includes their previous singles including the brilliant debut Hooligans. Man In The Pub is the first new song to be previewed and it’s packed to the rafters with punk attitude and pub rock riffs. Play loud and party like it’s … Continue reading

September Round Up #3

Something Else – Don’t Want It Jangling guitar pop with post-punk overtones with a bit of pub-rock thrown in too. They have since released their debut album entitled An Entire Album About My Ex-Girlfriend which has been on heavy rotation recently. Facebook Theatre Royal – All Fall Forward/Better Say Goodbye Powerful guitar driven pop from … Continue reading

August Round Up #3

Some Gorgeous Accident – Heaven Sent Heaven Sent certainly isn’t the sound of a band heading towards it’s final destination as their Facebook page indicates but it looks like it’s the end of the road for a band who have been around in one guise or another since 2006/07. These songs are a collection of … Continue reading

Fashionism – Come On My Baby

One for the stat fans. Come On My Baby by Canadian punk rockers Fashionism is my 1000th purchase on Bandcamp. Both sides of this excellent 7″ are bouncy, catchy with a distinctive 1970’s punk/pub rock meets glam sound. I am not sure why I am thinking of Canvey Island whilst I listen to this. Oh … Continue reading

Ending 2017 #5

No Vacation – Intermission Dreamy, laid-back music from Californian’s No Vacation. It’s easy to drift off and daydream to these tracks especially on opener Yam Yam which sets the tone for the EP. If indiepop clubs had chill out rooms this could well be the soundtrack. Available on vinyl, cassette and digital formats from here. … Continue reading

TV Crime – Hooligans

This one from Nottingham’s TV Crime has been on repeat for a couple of weeks now. Hooligans is one hell a stomper of a tune that has it’s roots deep down in punk, pub rock and power pop alongside it’s terrace chants. If it doesn’t make you pogo, mosh or whatever else you do then … Continue reading

Thee Faction – Better Than Wages

Nothing like a dose of socialist RnB to while away a bank holiday evening. Better Than Wages is the first single taken from the bands début album Good Politics: Your Role As An Active Citizen In Civil Society. You can download it for nowt too. Homepage

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