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The inner sleeve of this 7” carries a small sticker bearing the legend ‘Music by Bastards’ - Julian Cope’. Now as a lifelong Cope fan I cannot confirm their parental/marital heritage but will agree that this wildly relentless catchy EP comprised of the finest style of old-skool post-hardcore punk-pop racket is certainly produced by a certain breed of wilfully miscreant yout ...

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Ltd yellow coloured vinyl 7" on Blow The Reactors. Edition of 500 copies.

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8/10 Brian Staff review, 07 March 2014

The inner sleeve of this 7” carries a small sticker bearing the legend ‘Music by Bastards’ - Julian Cope’. Now as a lifelong Cope fan I cannot confirm their parental/marital heritage but will agree that this wildly relentless catchy EP comprised of the finest style of old-skool post-hardcore punk-pop racket is certainly produced by a certain breed of wilfully miscreant youth intent on aggressively piercing your lugholes with vicious melodic noise. Snatches of Yank PP legends such as Circus Lupus, Black Flag and Drive Like Jehu spring to mind - the energy, power, threat and commitment is all there in spades. That’s the two tracks on one side done then - both fabulous and full fat feral.

There’s another side to this yellow 7” platter also printed with the eternal legend ‘Play Loud’. I love this track  a lot too - it seems to incorporate more epic space/rock and  sludge elements and a 70’s-esque co-vocal harmony without compromising the primal punk power spitting from the grooves. A cracking single all round and this coming from a man whom every Sunday afternoon curses anybody buying 7”s as they are so awkward and time-consuming to locate or file in our sweaty humid sock of a “stockroom”. Big up’s to ‘Blow The Reactors’ for this release whom I assume is from one of those fabulously energetic & spiky Glasgow crews doing the rounds right now.


10/10 Ruttdog Customer review, 8th March 2014

In the words of AC/DC for those of you who are about to rock we rock we salute you.


10/10 Blow the Reactors Customer review, 7th March 2014

Torquay born and bred, though Edinburgh is my second home, so you're not too far off.


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