Review: Knee-Jerk, Demo

Review: Knee-Jerk, Demo

Today we’re going to talk about Knee-Jerk, a young band from Buffalo, NY. The band, “supported” by Bankrupt Studios and formed by Eric, Tim and Tyler, presents this demo made of 3 songs marked by an in-your-face, fast and ticked-off hardcore/street punk: you can immediately individuate influences from bands such as Vitamin X, 7 Seconds and Minor Threat. The Demo, lasting little more than 3 minutes – perfectly in line with typical hardcore old school…

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Review: Disordine – Pianosequenza

Review: Disordine – Pianosequenza

Here’s a new album (really already out since January 2018) for Disordine, a band of three guys from Iseo Lake, who have already under their belt three albums. The new album consists of nine fast tracks and the title “Pianosequenza” relates to a technique of cinema where camera never goes off from the scene. Lyrics are well written, very introspective and both the rhythm and the subjects bring our minds to the Italian hardcore wave…

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Review: Adolescents – Cropduster

Review: Adolescents – Cropduster

Finally is out, the new and long waited album by the great Adolescents. Apparently, Steve was very committed in the realization of this album. And thinking about him, let’s hear this album. Well, before that, let’s start with the booklet, which is amazing! Before pushing play, spend some minutes to look at it! Then push that button and let’s start loud with this album which is really well done! It doesn’t matter if 30 years…

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Review: Lupe Velez – Weird Tales

Review: Lupe Velez – Weird Tales

It matters a lot to me to introduce “Weird Tales”, the new album by Lupe Vélez, Italian band from Leghorn, published on Area Pirata Rec. (Pisa); a garage-rock record to be listened in one go. Registered with a very lo-fi approach, right from the first notes emerge 70s punk textures, just to clear up by which musical field the leghornese band is inspired. I love this album. I love the atmosphere that is created when…

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Review: The Interrupters – Fight The Good Fight

Review: The Interrupters – Fight The Good Fight

I can’t help myself, I really like The Interrupters! Maybe it’s because of their perfect mix of punk and ska, maybe is Aimee’s voice, or their attitude, I don’t know, but since the album came out last Friday, I’ve already listen to it several times. Because, as the previous ones, this ‘Fight The Good Fight’, is a great album. Produced by Hellcat Records, of course, it is the third studio album for the band and…

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Review: Volker Putt – Sei Du Selbst

Review: Volker Putt – Sei Du Selbst

Let’s move to Germany, precisely to Helmstedt, volker Putt’s hometown, punk band wich recently published the new album “Sei Du Selbst” (Be yourself). Volker Putt introduce themselves as a quartet and if you search on the net, they are well integrated in the german antifascist punk and skin scene. The album has 12 tracks one of which is Bella Ciao’s cover so particular! I really like the band’s style, which perfectly mixes typical punk rock…

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