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Sleaford Mods
Divide And Exit

Regular customers of Norman Records will know all about Sleaford Mods already. Due in no small part to a tireless work ethic (kudos to band and label!) large swathes of the UK and beyond now seem to be catching on, to the point where 'Divide And Exit' feels really quite zeitgeist-y. ...view item »

GNOD
Just Say No To The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine

The mighty Mancunian GNOD juggernaut rolls ever onwards with a fierce five-strack statement, potently titled Just Say No To The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine. The music bites as hard as the righteous title, with repeato-riffs pushi...view item »

Sarcasm
Malarial Bog EP

Good old-fashioned bad-times music from brand new London band Sarcasm. The four track Malarial Bog EP features a vocal style that can barely be bothered and tight guitars that cut sharply through the mix. Post-punk tracks with names like ‘Instant Automation’ and ‘Machine War’ are just bound to be...view item »

Naomi Punk
Yellow

Really oddball sounding lo-fi sound collage rock from this three piece who have toured extensively with Parquet Courts to the point where their Andrew Savage writes the press release here. He's smitten for sure. I'll take his word. It's really wobbly off kilter stuff but there's pop hooks 'neath the sludge. ...view item »

Joy Division
Martin Hannett’s Personal Mixes

Man, I think we need a new category of success: big enough that people will be interested in a whole LP of alternative mixes of studio sessions. Here we have Martin Hannett’s Personal Mixes of Joy Division, including both embryonic versions of favourite songs and snatches of studio chat and instrumental doodlings....view item »

Various
Manchester: North Of England - A Story Of Independent Music Greater Manchester 1977-1993

Manchester  - good isn't it? Well you can now buy every single musical sound that came out of the city on this bumper 7CD box set. As well as the usual big hitters you'll want to dig deep and get it for some of the more esoteric stuff such as brilliant overlooked indie bands Dub Sex, King of the Slums as we...view item »

Various
Closed Circuits Australian Alternative Electronic Music Of The '70s & '80s, Volume 1

Lots of great music got made in sunny Australia in the wake of punk’s first flush, when synthesisers and electronics started to seep into the hands of underground popsters. Closed Circuits compiles some of this fabulous material, with acts like German Humour, Asphyxiation and Primitive Cal...view item »

DFL
Proud To Be

Reissue of the 20th anniversary vinyl edition of DFL’s debut album for the Epitaph label, originally released in 1995. Pure, and seemingly bottomless hardcore punk energy, just what epitaph were notorious for. Featured Adam Horovitz of Beastie Boys. 20 tracks in under 30 minutes, that is h...view item »

Lød
Folder

Danish five piece Lød grab the post-punk pot, chuck in bits of NEU!, Veit Cong, This Heat, and sense of a need to dance. Their debut release, Folder holds a krautrock groove and constant forward momentum, with a nod to no-wave sound experimentations and B...view item »

Nothing Clean / Art Of Burning Water
Split

Two of the UK's finest heavy boy bands release a 7" smattering of sludgy, commiserating powerviolence. Fresh off their release with Leeds legends Ona Snop, Leicester's fast punks Nothing Clean doing battle and/or friendly collaboration with renowned noisemakers The Art of Burning Wate...view item »

Dasher
Sodium

That sleeve art says it all really. Dasher have all the fuzzed up grunge of early '90s underground rock in place so much so that you can almost taste the dry ice when listening to them. Early impressions are somewhere between early Pixies, Jesus Lizard and My Bloody Valentine at...view item »

Tom Diabo
Dark Star

If you haven’t had a laugh in a while look at twitter.com/boomtwat (although its sometimes a little too close to the truth for us to be fully confident doing a  point and chuckle). The entry “Wire writers reveal how that one obscure & pretty mediocre LP by a recently deceased artist ...view item »

Slaves
Spit It Out

Spit It Out is the first single and opening track from Slaves’ new sophomore album Take Control. Rip roaring punk revival stuff that’ll inspire your next riot, or maybe mini riot, or at least have a good night on the tiles. Produced by ex-Beastie Boy Mike D, and an exclusive to this...view item »

Breakfast Muff
Eurgh!

Leading with their Baby Boomers/R U A Feminist single Glaswegian DIY punks Breakfast Muff return to the Amour Foo label with their third album, and first one on vinyl. Made up of members from Hairband, Rapid Tan, and Spinning Coin, on Eurgh! They fight...view item »

Medicine and Duty
Sunken Carnival

Medicine and Duty are a new name to me but they feature characters I've come across before, In fact these lot are practically a super group with members of Teeth Of The Sea (Matt Colegate), Shrag, Black Neck Band of the Common Loon (Andy Pyne) and Guillotines' (Jack Cooper) all getting involved. This is their 6th studio album and the first to ma...view item »

F.S.K.
Ein Haufen Scheiss und ein zertrümmertes Klavier

F.S.K. were formed in 1980 out of the German new wave scene, hugely influenced by the independent British music scene they experimented with punk rock, post punk, country and folk music and in the 90s dabbled in techno. This live recording is mixed by Marcel Dettmann and acts as a tribute to Luigi Russol...view item »

The Sticks
No Sustain EP

No Sustain is the new EP by Brighton’s post-punk three-piece The Sticks. It’s the band’s first release in four years. Their minimalist and fragmentary approach recalls the ‘80s DIY scene and C86 bands whilst mixing in a bit of ‘60s garage, Gang Of Four and Captain B...view item »

Fir Cone Children
No Gravity Girls

Fir Cone Children are the kind of band whose attention span is so short that they whip through 13 songs in just 28 minutes. They play catchy punked up twee-pop that is full of exuberant optimism with the sort of melodies that should really be written by grown ups. File alongside the Lovely Eggs as the sort of ki...view item »

The Coathangers
Parasite

Whilst this edition is still lathered in exactly the sort of haywire and scuzz-ridden guitar solos you'd expect from The Coathangers, this time - with Parasite - Julia Kugal has attempted to not "scream anymore -- just sing and focus on melody". Written in the wake of the election, this piece of angst-...view item »

The Nurse
Discography

Alongside The Comes, The Nurse were the one of the first female fronted hardcore punk bands to come out of Japan. Releasing only two EPs in 1983 and 1984 they have been pushed into the realms of legend really. Thankfully La Vida Es Un Mus have seen this and managed to find the recordings to put them together on ...view item »

Dancehall
Virgin

Emerging as a mix of Ice Sea Dead People and Kill Kenada, Dancehall's new post-punk fashion is portrayed with brilliance in their new single "Virgin". Dark lyrics, stabbing guitar riffs, and burning vocals alongside the mammoth like stomps of the bass drum. This single is primed and ready t...view item »

Mark Wynn
More Singles...

Typically perfect for fans of The Fall, Patrik Fitzgerald and many other late 20th Century post-punk outfits, More Singles... is another slice of Mark Wynn's vast back-catalogue. Featuring hits such as 'And Dave Went Mental' and 'Bill Burroughs Was My Baby', this is an...view item »

Magnetix
Live In San Francisco

The Castle Face label manage to do Magnetix justice. Get a basement in San Francisco, ram it full of people and hit record. Not rocket science, but the resulting recordings encapsulates the frantic and sweaty energy the french duo are renowned for. Chunky, get up and yell garage rock. Get going. CD and LP on Castle Face....view item »

I.L.Y.'s
Bodyguard

Third full length album from The I.L.Y’s, the experimental rock side project from Death Grips’ Zach Hill and Andy Morin and features Tristan Tozer (Drug Apartments) on guitar this time round. Incredibly catchy, open armed, and messy....view item »

Mekons
Existentialism

Taking a similar tact as Jack White, Mekons wanting to create perform and record all at the same time. Working more as a document or even a piece of performance art Existentialism was created live in front of a small audience and recorded with a single microphone in the middle of the room. Originally on...view item »

The London Dirthole Company
Modern Ist EP

Here’s a band who are probably lots of fun to see live. If the record sleeve is to be believed, the London Dirthole Company boast four drummers, three guitarists, a bassist and a rotating line-up of singers, so I’ll bet their shows are real parties. On the first side of this 7&rdq...view item »

Scott & Charlene’s Wedding / Fawn Spots
Split

So much has been made of Scott & Charlene’s Wedding and the fact that I have yet to hear them is a weight that has been bearing down on my neck for quite a while now. Luckily,  first impressions are good. The track they provide here, an outtake from recent acclaimed album ‘Any Port in a Storm’, is a ni...view item »

Black International
A Gilded Palace​ /​ The Sky Is Falling In

A duo out of Glasgee Scotland, one of whom’s surname is Peebles. Peeeeeeeebles. Which led me to wonder whatever happened to DJ Andy Peebles? How is it possible to go from temporarily replacing Tony Blackburn on the Radio 1 afternoon show to presenting ‘Soul Train’ one evening a week on Smooth FM? It seems once you are off the B...view item »

White Haus
White Haus EP

White Haus is the alter-ego of ex X-Wife chappie Joao Vieira, who’s pulling no punches on this debut EP of hard-hitting post-punk house action. The obvious comparison here would be LCD Soundsystem, keeping a chaotic live vibe going with dense polyrhythms and cheeky neon synths and ice cool spoken vocal...view item »

Wiccans
Sailing A Crazy Ship

As their third album, Sailing A Crazy Ship amounts to a hat-trick of successes for Texas band Wiccans. Now based in Austin, the 8-year-old group have proven they can barge past fleeting trends with evergreen creativity; their latest is a blast into the stratosphere, while boasting vivid ...view item »

Sextile
Albeit Living

LA gang Sextile give us their second album, Albeit Living. These ten tracks take the gnarly debut album’s sound and makes pretty much everything a bit better, from the production to the songwriting and composition. But don’t worry, these synth-driven post-punks still have plenty of bite and bile to them. ...view item »

Giuda
Yellow Dash / Kukulcan

Yellow Dash by Italian glam-rockers Giuda is taken from their second album Let’s Do It Again. The limited edition 7” is backed with  Kukulcan, an instrumental about the Maya snake deity, a track which is exclusive this single. Yellow Dash/Kukulcan is availabl...view item »

Institute
Subordination

In the run-up to their 2016 European tour, Institute got themselves ready and fired-up by recording a new album, which we now see before us as Subordination. This the most live and direct Institute have ever sounded on record, with Moses Brown’s cynical, anti-normative lyrics ridi...view item »

Captain, We're Sinking
The King of No Man

It sounds like the setup for a joke about the German navy, but Captain, We’re Sinking is actually an American post-something punk-rock band. Trying Year, the first single off their new album King of No Man immediately demonstrates their penchant for dissonant chords that have your head bobbing right away....view item »

Josef K
It's Kinda Funny (The Singles)

Josef K were a classic post-punk group in the Scottish scene surrounding Postcard Records in the late 70’s and early 80’s. It’s Kinda Funny gathers all the band’s singles, plus the accompanying B-sides, into a compelling sharp-edged whole. Cool and sleek and wirey. Vinyl LP on Le...view item »

The Garden
The Life and Times of a Paperclip

I’ve developed something of a reputation as the John Peel of Norman Records. No, it’s not my bald head, nor the expansiveness of my musical knowledge which has earned me this title. It is in fact my inability to judge what speed a record is supposed to be played at. I just put this 16-song LP by The Garden on at 33rpm for the duratio...view item »

Single Mothers
Our Pleasure

These are shouty. They make incendiary punk rock with snarly vocals spat out over the top. The singer sounds like Craig Finn's snottier nephew as the barrage of words cascades over some quite tuneful guitar rock. Bet they are a blast live but until they come to your town it could be a good idea to shout along to the vinyl.  ...view item »

Hello Kitty On Ice
Man With A Hole In His Throat / The Answer

Neil Hamburger, the bizarre comic identity of Gregg Turkington, is well enough known these days to have had a major film made about him. But few were ever aware of Hello Kitty On Ice, his teenage hardcore band from 1983! Granted, that’s probably because no recordings were ever released&hel...view item »

Vlimmer
IIIII

Berlin’s Vlimmer still intends to complete a hefty series of 18 EPs, making this fifth edition still comparatively early in the proceedings. I hope he adopts a clearer numbering technique soon though, as IIIII is already a little difficult to read… The sounds are brighter than usual, though still with lots ...view item »

W. H. Lung
Inspiration! / Nothing Is

Manchester’s W.H. Lung are the latest band to take up the mantle of the motorik pioneers, setting down infinite rhythm patterns and then building shiny-spacey rock structures around them. Inspiration! / Nothing Is is the debut release of the band, delivered...view item »

Sheer Mag
III

New business from Sheer Mag, a tight little set of 4 tracks. III is lo-fi indie-rock with lead guitar flavours that come straight from the 70’s glory days. Plus some gorgeous pop melodies, unabashedly showing themselves off. A very appealing package, released by Static Shock Records on 7” vinyl....view item »

Bad Breeding
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 ...view item »

Loom
Loom

As a band on the tip of the tongues of BBC Radio 1 and the NME, Loom have a surging blast of wings against their sails. Their self-titled ten-track is a grungy stab from a group who have personality in abundance. Comparisons will be made (it's hard not to point towards Nirvana), but this rock-solid d...view item »

Brando's Island
Duplicaat / Natural Order

Brando’s Island, who have an excellent name, are a synth-punk outfit with a little dose of no-wave attitude for good measure. Duplicaat / Natural Order is their third single, and it feels like the band are lashing out and lashing in at themselves all at the same time. Plenty of edge and frenzy to these two tracks....view item »

Cassels
Flock Analogy

Cassels are a two-piece band from Oxfordshire that subtly combine elements of grunge with punk, alongside socially charged lyrics that delve into the mindset of the modern world. Flock Analogy is the two record 7” vinyl that shows the exact artfulness that the two brothers have successfully achieved i...view item »

Flying Calvittos
Goodbye You Spaghetti Punks

Flying Calvittos were a super-obscure Australian underground band who made this EP in 1980 and then more or less vanished. Goodbye You Spaghetti Punks is a noisy weirdo-punk slice of scrunch, charmingly free of much concern for neatness or anything else like that. This EP has never been reissued before, but is now press...view item »

Gerry & The Holograms
Gerry & The Holograms

Gerry & The Holograms are a fascinating footnote in Manchester music history: their eponymous main song allegedly influenced New Order’s ‘Blue Monday’ and was much beloved of Frank Zappa, and yet the quasi-novelty synth-pop group is scarcely known. This release of their onl...view item »

The Fall
Live In Clitheroe

Live set by The Fall, captured in 2013 at Clitheroe Grand. By all accounts, Mark E. Smith and his band of merry men and women were in splendid form at this show, even if Mark did do his old ‘sing from the dressing room’ trick for the last few songs. Live In Clitheroe is rele...view item »

Gnarwolves
Outsiders

Gnarwolves make a triumphant return after three years of touring their debut album. Outsiders keeps Gnarwolves at the forefront of British alternative punk music, with as much effort put into melodic choruses as the heavy guitar crunch. Outsiders is released by Big Scary Monsters in CD and viny...view item »

The Distractions
Kindly Leave The Stage

The Distractions declare an end to their long career (although said career did have a three-decade gap in it) with their third album, Kindly Leave The Stage. By making an active decision, the band get to fully define their exit, with at least half the album’s tracks being actively about departure or endings. Lovel...view item »

Camberwell Now
The Ghost Trade

The Camberwell Now were a noise/art group formed by drummer and vocalist Charles Hayward after the disbanding of This Heat, featuring This Heat’s sound technician Stephen Rickard who created analogue sampling boards for field samples and tape manipulation ...view item »

Chain of Flowers
Let Your Light In / Flesh, Blood and Bone

Double A-side single from Cardiff’s premier post-punk-shoegaze-pop outfit Chain Of Flowers. Let Your Light In / Flesh, Blood and Bone sounds like it could play to get the crowd excited before a Cure gig, with moody vocals and dramatic synth and guitar lines. Released as a 7” single on the Al...view item »

Wipers
Better Off Dead

Originally released in 1978 Better Off Dead was the first recordings made by Portland, Oregan punk rockers Wipers. Whilst being heralded as being highly influential they hardly played live and were mainly a DIY studio band, only being discovered through cassette compilations and later Nirvana playing li...view item »

Various
Put Ears on Yourself

Put Ears On Yourself is the first instalment in what is projected to be a series of 7” showcases for exciting new bands. It includes tracks by Trust Fund, Lower Slaughter, Sissy and the excellent Milk Crimes. Seven inches of lively band action, housed in a screen-...view item »

Milo's Plane
Individual Development Plan

Bristolian crew Milo’s Plane fly in for a messy post-hardcore landing with their third album Individual Development Plan. The album races through twelve tracks in minimal time, chucking equal parts melodic songwriting and gnarly guitar thrashing at the listener. The album is released on vinyl by Gravy Train Record...view item »

10,000 Russos
Distress Distress

10,000 Russos cast another album of darkly fuzzed-up psych-rock into the world. This one is distinguished by its techno-industrial throb and the tendency to push the echoed vocals so far back in the mix you feel like it might be bleeding through from the other side of the record. 10,000 Russos’ second albu...view item »

WALL
Untitled

‘Untitled’ is the debut release from WALL. Described as a genuinely sought after act on the New York underground scene, the record contains a number of solidly constructed pieces of hard hitting music that has taken them from unknown to very much, known! A mix of punk and har...view item »

Post War Glamour Girls
Swan Songs

It's hard to make a good album with your phone going off every five minutes so it's good to see Leeds noiseniks Post War Glamour Girls going where there's no wi-fi or phone signal to make their new record. This isolation has produced an intense work tackling all the gritty themes we all worry about with musical nods to P...view item »

The Membranes
Everyone's Going Triple Bad Acid, Yeah!: The Complete Recordings 1980-1993

After a 20 odd year hiatus, Blackpool based post-punkers The Membranes reunited in 2012 and have another brand new album coming out this year. Here we have a huge collection (i.e. everything from their discography in one box of CDs) that covers the initial outings of the group. Everything they recorded from 1980-1993, almost 100...view item »

Breakfast Muff
Babyboomers / R U A Feminist

Breakfast Muff are a premium gnarly punkish pop group from Glasgow’s scene, drawing personnel from Joanna Gruesome, Hairband and Spinning Coin. Of course that means that they are a high-energy force to be reckoned with, and new release Babyboomers / R U A Feminist...view item »

Liquid Liquid
Slip In And Out Of Phenomenon

Liquid Liquid: Slip In & Out Of Phenomenon (Domino) Sorry to bore all the heads reading this mindless bit off guff, but just to re-iterate: Liquid Liquid wrote Cavern and Optimo, one which formed the backbone (bassline) to a certain Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five record that was dead famous back when hip hop and ...view item »

Noise Addict
10,000 Kids With Guitars

Noise Addict is what happened when some Australian teenagers saw a Nirvana gig and decided to try and do it themselves. Wahey! They actually ended up making a decent impact with their noisy punk-pop, and Numero Group now present two LPs worth of their best cuts. 10,000 Kids With Guitars comes with a cha...view item »

ESG
Step Off

Original review from 2007. I can't believe I wrote this. In fact I don't think I did.    First up is the ESG album on Soul Jazz and it's their 1st new album in 20 years from what we can tell. For the uninitiated they're a seminal early 80's minima...view item »

The Durutti Column
Domo Arigato v2.0

Originally setup by Tony Wilson and signed to his Factory records label, Manchester based avant garde ensemble The Durutti Column recorded Domo Arigato live in Tokyo in 1985. Mixed and mastered straight after the concert before they had to fly home they were never truly happy with it. Now Factory Benelu...view item »

Ho99o9
United States Of Horror

Ho99o9 consider themselves both a hip-hop and a punk group, narrowly skating around the corpse of nu-metal to produce powerful and angry political music with the intensity of a Death Grips. United States Of Horror is their debut album, featuring production from Dave Sitek out of ...view item »

CFM
Dichotomy Desaturated

CFM is the solo rockin’ out project of Charles Moothart, an associate of both Mikal Cronin and Ty Segall, putting him right in the middle of a whirlwind of garage-psych quality. Dichotomy Desaturated is his second solo album, and it sounds like the realisation of ...view item »

Golden Pelicans
Disciples Of Blood

Golden Pelicans make hard rock that is just as hard and gnarly at the edges as they used to make it in the scuzziest 80’s fleapits. Disciples Of Blood is the third record of punkish long-haired party music the band have put together, and it's properly strong stuff. Released by Goner Records on both CD and LP....view item »

The Vex
The Vex EP

Stuck in the void between London and Kent, The Vex boys are on their third EP of ska infused, The Clash influenced rock and roll. Their self titled outing is self released and underpins their driving force of standing on their own two feet. Boot-stomping and groove filled. Get that jacket on, and get them drinks...view item »

Deep State
Thought Garden

A simple idea that is done far too little. With a self professed amateur heading up some pro players, this little four-piece from Georgia take scuzzy, aggressive, single gear punk rock and pump it full of catchy as hell melodies and playful pop happiness. “Joy rock” they call it. Bob on, I say. Debut album on Friendship Fever....view item »

feedtime
Gas

Australian noise rock trio feedtime formed in 1979, disbanded in 1989, came back for a brief time for their last album in 1996 and now return once again with a brand new fukl length through In The Red. 38 years on and they are still rough around the edges, dirty, gritty and above all...noisy. Drunken noise rock, offset with ...view item »

The Younger Lovers
Young Brothers

The Younger Lovers present the latest step in their gradual evolution from hissy lo-fi bedroom project to sharp actual band: fourth album Young Brothers. The band, who feature past alumni of acts like Gravy Train!!! and Panty Raid, are in energetic and poppy spirits here, and Young ...view item »

Pere Ubu
Drive He Said 1994 - 2002

The Fire label have repressed three of experimental art-punks Pere Ubu’s underappreciated later albums, and included some rare bonus material as well. Drive He Said includes Raygun Suitcase, Pennsylvania and St Arkansas, albums which capture the band’s freeform inte...view item »

Aye Nako
Silver Haze

Based in New York City, Aye Nako has released a twelve-track full length entitled ‘Silver Haze’. This is their second full length record and contains a clever mix of rock and indie throughout the spine of the tracks, but with elements of grunge and e...view item »

Shovels
Shovels

I like a bit of psychedelic post-punk rock me. I don't hear many Aussies doing this type of thing though. They're normally more straight ahead face-fuck garage innit. Early Sonic Youth fans obviously, this self-titled loony-bin of a record starts off all relentless Action Beat...view item »

Career Suicide
Machine Response

Career Suicide boil down the sounds and attitudes of decades-worth of fast and heavy music into a battle-ready core of thrashing guitars and breakneck speed. Machine Response is performed by a lineup that includes Dallas Good and Souichi Hisatake, and everyone seems to be playing at the...view item »

The King Blues
The Gospel Truth

After disbanding in 2012 and reforming in 2016, ska-punk Londoners the King Blues hit the ground running and are now releasing their second full length since being back. As wever they delve deeply into personal and social commentary, shining light on some dark points and presenting them in raucous party ready ska anthems.  ...view item »

Year Of Birds
White Death To Power Alan

Year Of The Birds are a no-fucks-given Teeside post-punk band with a busy recent history behind them. White Death To Power Alan is their most properly-recorded slab so far, but it still comes without any airs or graces. These guys are much too direct for that. Vinyl release on Odd Box, released in an edition of 250....view item »

Tear
Vinyl01

London buzz-band Tear have signed to Tim Burgess’ label O Genesis for their first ‘mini album’ (that’ll be an EP, then). It’s exactly the sort of music one would expect Tim Burgess’ record label to release - moody, kinda shoegazey rock that sometimes snaps int...view item »

Dune Rats
The Kids Will Know It’s Bullshit

The Kids Will Know It’s Bullshit is the latest release from Dune Rats. A much more mature sound than their previous release with real and structured melodies to follow and driving guitars. A great mix of punk and hardcore that is as hard-hitting as the early punk heard in the '80s and '90s. Available on Vinyl LP a...view item »

Blood Command
Cult Drugs

After the last Blood Command album in 2012, main man Yngve Andersen took some time to concentrate on production, his label Loyal Blood and studio, producing band such as Ondt Blod. Now his baby returns for their third full length. A pretty unique take on hardcore come metal come electro punk-pop...view item »

Silver Shadows
Cold Plastic

Silver Shadows play an 80’s-imbued form of post-punk, richly awash with synths as well as with indie-pop guitars. They are also notable for having three vocalists taking a lead role, leading to some fairly wonderful harmonies. Cold Plastic is the band’s debut full-length album, and it is released on vinyl by...view item »

Blue Orchids
Skull Jam

Blue Orchids are a vintage Mancunian post-punk band (formed by Martin Bramah after he’d played on The Fall’s debut(!)) who’ve come back for more in recent years. New EP Skull Jam...view item »

Watcher
Live at Third Man Records

Watcher are a Tennessee tangle of fury and energy and distortion, spitting their songs out at breakneck pace towards unsuspecting audiences. They are pretty new to the game, having self-released just a handful of cassettes so far, and this short-but-sweet 7” document of their set Live At...view item »

Buzzcocks
Time's Up

The Buzzcock’s legendary 1976 demos, now known as Time’s Up and originally only available as bootlegs, capture all the shambling, deadpan and violent joys of punk’s first wave. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the band’s first EP, Domino are bringing these joys back to heavyweight vinyl LP (...view item »

Sneaks
It’s a Myth

Minimal synth-pop from Sneaks, who operates from within Washington D.C.’s DIY punk scene while pointedly avoiding almost all of that genre’s trappings. No, the music on It’s A Myth is icily precise and stripped back to crisp beats and a cool vocal delivery: Sneaks sounds compellingly u...view item »

Rays
Rays

Rays are an Antipodean garage post-punk outfit making their debut with this self-titled full-length. They have the thrusting heft of Australian punk rock, but also the indie-pop-melodic sensibility of the New Zealand Flying Nun guys, and boy, what a combination it makes. Rays is released by Trouble In Mind....view item »

Feral Ohms
Feral Ohms

Feral Ohms is a trio with ferocious members drawn from bands like Comets On Fire, Drunk Horse and Nudity. This self-titled debut album is a dirty slab of rock music done right, e.g. ...view item »

King Salami and the Cumberland 3
Goin' Back To Wurstville

Fans of rockabilly, sausage references and classic rhythm & blues will find plenty to love in King Salami and the Cumberland 3. The all-over-the-world-via-London band are full of high octane fun and cool rock’n’roll like they used to make it, delivered with an extra punky vigour. Goin’ Back To Wurstvill...view item »

H. Grimace
Self Architect

First full-length record from H. Grimace, one of those post-punk bands they have in that London. Self Architect slices its way through contemporary issues (patriarchal pressure on women, ‘the end of nature’ etc.) with slick guitars and Hannah Gledhill’s sweetly-strong vocals. CD / LP o...view item »

VANT
Dumb Blood

Here is the debut album from VANT, a new alternative rock band with punk flavours. Dumb Blood is polished enough for a few tracks to have a good stab at achieving festival anthem status, but the band’s bite remains. And if you really dig these guys, a deluxe double CD version is also available, featuring nine addi...view item »

Code Orange
Forever

Code Orange have released their third album entitled Forever. The American band based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania bring about a refreshing burst of industrial hardcore onto a scene that is flooded with mediocre metal. Each album they release eats away at ‘genre-norms’ and instead pre...view item »

Warehouse
Super Low

Warehouse are an Atlanta GA band who tap into the marvellously fertile Athens jangle pop/art rock scene of the early 1980's. In fact the band provide the perfect R.E.M like backing for the remarkable growling vocals of Elaine Edenfield who bears an uncanny resemblance to Pylon's Vanessa Briscoe Hay. Quite r...view item »

Terry
Terry HQ

With the sad demise of Wogan there's room for another Terry in town. This Terry contain members of Total Control and make music which owes a lot to those scratchy post-punk types. They often sing all together in a kind of communal depressed football team style. For fans of early the Chills, Swell Maps...view item »

Gnarwolves
Gnarwolves

One of punk music's finest orgcore and melodic hardcore acts, Gnarwolves come straight out of Brighton, making ferociously paced music that's as emotive as it is pummelling. The self-titled 'Gnarwolves' is their first full record after a flurry of EPs, and was produced by long-time collaborator Lewis John. It's a thrilling and immediate record o...view item »

Bad Weather California
Sunkissed

I originally saw this band opening for the Lumineers some years ago (I can't recall) and thought their name was Bad Weather California and they were from California but then they went on to explain and clarified. They were fantastic, a good bit of variety to their music. I would say the place where they missed though is that a lot of their riffs...view item »

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