Category Archives: Reviews

Ducking Punches release video “God Damn Coward”

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Norwich folk punk outfit Ducking Punches follow in the footsteps of Death in the music video for their song “God Damn Coward“, taken from their new album “Fizzy Brain“. Read on to watch the video. Continue reading

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Live Review: Frank Turner @ Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht

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What way to better start the new year than with a sold out first show? Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls descended to Utrecht for the first show of his European tour, and with two thousand people showing up, it’s the biggest club show the English troubadour has done in the Netherlands. So how was show #1808? Find out after the jump. Continue reading


Vinnie Caruana in studio + signs to Equal Vision

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I Am The Avalanche-frontman Vinnie Caruana has started to record his first full-length, which will be released through his new label Equal Vision. For more information, please read on. Continue reading


Album Review: Arms & Hearts – Set in Stone

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The name “Arms & Hearts” is no stranger to the UK folk scene, with the full band having put out two EPs since November 2013. “Set in Stone“, however, is the debut solo release from lead singer Steve Millar. Does it make a difference? Read the full review below. Continue reading


Album Review: Harker – A Lifetime Apart

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The latest release by Brighton-based act Harker shows they may not be the most innovative of bands. Nevertheless, “A Lifetime Apart” leaves you feeling warm and fuzzy. Read why after the jump. Continue reading


Album Review: Ducking Punches – Fizzy Brain

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There are a lot of acoustic acts emerging from the United Kingdom since the rise of Frank Turner, but Norwich’s Ducking Punches has been around for quite a while now. Although “Fizzy Brain” is only the band’s second full-length, the first release of music is already five years ago. Read the full review here.
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Harker covers Beach Slang’s “We Are Nothing”

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Brighton’s finest acoustic punks in Harker are celebrating 2.000+ likes on Facebook with some cover video’s coming up on their YouTube channel. Listen to Beach Slang‘s “We Are Nothing” below the jump.
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