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Glen Matlock ‘Good To Go’ Album review by Wayne Reid

‘Good To Go’ is a stomping collection of great bluesy rock’n’roll songs. Glen Matlock is comfortable in his mid-Atlantic sound space, far removed from anything he did in the 1970s. The opening track ‘Won’t Put The Brakes On Me’ sets the tone perfectly, this is what he does now, and…

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In Review: The Liarbilitys’ Antagonisms

The Liarbilitys are a five-piece punk band out of Birmingham, UK.  Originally founded in 2005, the band split for a short time, but reunited.  Their latest release, Antagonisms, is exactly what you’d expect from a solid punk band their second time around.  It has the familiarity of 90s Brit Rock,…

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Shonen Knife edible punk meets Disney!

Opening words; without a doubt the sweetest and most delicious three balls of Japanese candy floss I have ever had the pleasure to be in the room with.  Punk review?  Candy Floss?  Bear with me! I am not going to lie this review was based on another worldly experience, not…

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Richard Duguay leads us into temptation

Richard Duguay is a singer/songwriter and guitarist who has been in the Canadian punk bands Lowlife and Personality Crisis.  He also played with Duff McKagan in the 90’s as part of his touring band.  He has also collaborated with the Pagans and the Dogs as a producer and engineer as…