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A Review of Grade 2 – Break the Routine

England has given us some amazing punk bands, from the Sex Pistols and the Clash, to Stiff Little Fingers and Sham 69. And they haven’t stopped yet. Grade 2 is an British punk band with a tendency toward fast, loud and edgy songs. With a sound that combines classic punk…

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A Review of The Ratchets – First Light

Asbury Park has seen its share of great music. On any given night, you can catch a show at the Stone Pony, Asbury Lanes or the Paramount Theater. There’s never a shortage of established bands, nor new groups trying to make it big. The Ratchets have the distinction of hailing…

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Punktoberfest 8: Get Slaughtered in Dundee

It’s Day 2 of Punktoberfest, it looks like the venue has survived, but not so sure about the punk rock punters! There are two Stages today so we get the pleasure of 19 bands. The crowd won’t miss anything as the bands will play continuously without any slot clashes, nearly 12 hours of…

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Killing Joke: The Glasgow Gathering – Laugh At Your Peril

The “Laugh At Your Peril” 40th Anniversary Tour started back in September 1st in Seattle, USA and after many dates in South America and Europe, the tour hit the UK last week. Tonight, it’s the Glasgow Barrowlands. A venue that has seen Bowie, Metallica, Rage Against The Machine and Radiohead…

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BALL OF FIRE: A Ska night in Camden

On September 29th the Ball of Fire event took place at Dublin Castle. Dublin Castle is the legendary public house situated in the famous district of Camden Town.  It was here that The Madness first attempted to secure a gig in late 1978 when they were still known as The…

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Punktoberfest 8 – Punks Rock Dundee (Day 1)

Punktoberfest 8 – Friday 19th October It’s a credit to Andy Cochrane and the punk community that has continued to support this great gig held at Beat Generator for the eighth year. Virtually planned and run almost as a one man band, the festival has gone from strength to strength.…

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Album Review: Brix and the Extricated – Breaking State

Breaking State It’s just over one year since the release of Brix and the Extricated’s debut album, “Part 2”. They had previously released three singles on “Blang Records”, but this is the first release on their “Grit Over Glamour” label. Having toured the better part of 2018, they’ve still found…