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Bad Breeding
Exiled

Hailing from the London commuter dormitory, Home Counties nowheresville of Stevenage, Bad Breeding make raging, confrontational punk music that perfectly reflects their surroundings. Exiled, their scabrous third full-length album, takes inspiration from the dispiriting and divisive last year in British politics. 
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Abandonment

Punk, like all musics, has as much bad stuff as good stuff. So much that it can become hard to tell which is which. However, sometimes you hear a record and it’s obviously, undeniably excellent. Bad Breeding’s Abandonment is one of those. A furious anarcho-punk dispatch from the Stevenage four-piece. Given their similarity to One Little Indian founder Derek Birkett’s group Flux Of Pink Indians, it's neat that they have ended up releasing on OLI.
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Divide

Crusty, angry, and feverish punk from….Stevenage of all places. Pushing the punk, Bad Breeding have self-released most of their output and have now turned to Hackney based label La Vida Es Un Mus (E-150, Limp Wrist, Early Fucked Up) to release their second album in under a year. After all there is a lot to be angry about.
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Burn This Flag

The press release I have been provided with seems to be an essay on Stevanage. Did you know, for example that Surma Tandoori serves onion bhaji's that are suspiciously the same size as a rat? That's what it says here. Alas it tells me absolutely nothing about this record other than the band are from Stevenage. 'A nice enough place  - if you like concrete" someone once told me. A flick through the internet reveals that this is loud and raucous discordant punk rock.