3 October / 4 October 2020

Five new firecrackers to bang-up your favorite 48 hours…

‘Reminders’ by TOUCHé AMORé (Los Angeles)
Next week these emo-post-hardcore noiseniks drop their new LP Lament.
This clamorous eruption, exploding now and then, will be on it. Bang on…

Poet Boy’ by THE BATTERY FARM (Manchester, UK)
A self-proclaimed doom punk four-piece. Hallelujah! Sounds like a perfect band to help us get rid of twin demons Trump & Johnson. Expect mad Keith Levene/PiL guitars, harsh vocals, and an overall gutter resonance. Release the bats…

‘Do Better’ by ZIG ZAG (Melbourne, Australia)
Razorblade post-punk fury from down under. Pumping bass, thunderous beat, blustery guitars, in-your-face vocals and a vociferous chorus. Firework stuff. Barbed wire electricity! Hell yeah…

‘Grid’ by PUBLIC ENEMY (feat. George Clinton & Cypress Hill)
Star-studded cut from the loudmouthed rap icons’ new razor-sharp-cutting LP What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down. As expected a much-needed wake-up call. Roll on, mother-rap-fuckers…

‘My Lines’ by SOURDOUGH (UK)
‘I wish I was a vampire, how I would suck the soul out of every situation that I ever been involved in.” Just imagine that, man, that would really feel bloody awesome. Check these gloriously biting British punks out. Right here, right now. 1-2-3-4…

See/hear you next week, music junkies…


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