Review: The Bounders – S/T EP

Review: The Bounders – S/T EP

The Bounders’ homonymous debut album “The Bounders” were born in Pescara in 2016, when Gian Marco Toracchio, Riccardo Cilli and Mattia De Luca met. They started writing songs by chance and then played them live, sharing the stage with bands such as Nashville Pussy, CUT, The Peawees and many others. Therefore, their first EP surely deserves our attention and we couldn’t miss the chance to review it. Power bass lines and vocals are literally “incendiary”…

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Vecchio Son, Bologna: Punks for Rojava with Milksnake, Omixlh, Excluded, NoWhiteRag

Vecchio Son, Bologna: Punks for Rojava with Milksnake, Omixlh, Excluded, NoWhiteRag

Friday, Oct. 11th: a night under the sign of Rojava Let’s start from the title. Punks for Rojava. Yes, the flag with that logo was there during the whole night, on Friday at the Vecchio Son (but also on Saturday at the DIY Fest in Rimini). This is perhaps the most important fact that I’d like to underline, besides the beautiful initiative by NoWhiteRag, who collected donations to help Rojava. That’s the reason for the…

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Review: Minoranza Di Uno – La Storia Si Ripete

Review: Minoranza Di Uno – La Storia Si Ripete

New album by Minoranza di uno: make punk a threat again “Art is linchpin. Seemingly inconsequential, “freedom of creative expression” is a red herring; a beard, a ploy, a false-flag operation. Upholding the inalienable right for art to be anything, say anything, do anything, is a parlor trick, designed by the lords of capital, with extraordinary, insidious implications. It has made art—instead of being the shield, weapon, and broadside pamphlet of the otherwise disenfranchised, attainable…

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