Tagged: Bad Religion

Umlaut Records – Why You Should Be Paying Attention…

Umlaut Records – London, England, United Kingdom. Small, DIY and independent labels are on the rise and London’s Umlaut Records is one that you need to pay attention too and not just because they are admirably doing their bit to keep Punk music living, breathing and pitting. Umlaut distributes those...

#WhatWeMissed: Three Grams – Denver’s Punk-Rock ‘Awakening’.

Three Grams – Denver, Colorado, USA. Photo Credit – Brian Bonsall. For our previous work on Three Grams – Click Here. The first in our #WhatWeMissed series charts the new EP from Denver’s Three Grams, who recently released their first numerically substantial release since 2012’s Forever Hold Your Piece. The new...

DROPTHIS – ‘Culture To Criticise’ The Debut Full-Length.

DROPTHIS – Kent, England, United Kingdom. Photo Credit – Kimbo. Stuck somewhere between British wit, anthemic Skate Punk and old-school Hardcore, DROPTHIS formed in Kent in the fateful year of 2013. A year important for two reasons, the first being that it’s a full year after the world was supposed...

Good Riddance Guitarist Unearths Supergroup, Coercion 96 and New Track ‘Crime Spree’.

Coercion 96 – San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA. This was an email we were not expecting… Luke Pabich of seminal Santa Cruz Punks, Good Riddance has just announced the revival of side-project, Coercion 96. The band originally formed in 1996 and alongside Pabich, now features former Fury 66 bassist, Thomas...

Trashed Ambulance – ‘Blurry Thoughts’ In Review.

Trashed Ambulance – Red Dear, Alberta, Canada. Punk music is going through something of a resurgence across it’s broad spectrum. The genre’s original trailblazers are still revered and rightly so, but what we are seeing now is huge boost in the scene’s output, sitting closer to the late 80’s and 90’s...

Templeton Pek – ‘New Horizons’ – A Reflection On Another Birmingham Broadside

Templeton Pek – Birmingham, England, United Kingdom. –   Photo by Kris Andrew Askey I’ve had Birmingham lot, Templeton Pek, in my lugholes for yonks now. And now, stereotypical English slang aside, it is finally time for some words on the band’s fourth full-length, New Horizons. The band’s sound has always moved between fast-to-...

The Song of Time: How Video Game Music has Levelled Up

When the designers of early video games first developed the ability to synthesise sound in gaming back in the 1970s, there was not much scope for creativity. However the idea of music in games has grown over time and is now a huge part of the industry. When Atari unleashed...