Tagged: France

Zombies No – ‘Divided We Fall’.

Zombies No – Paris, France. Since its inception, Punk music in general has become a global phenomenon and rallying cry. The sheer level of diversity within how and where this fast-aggressive but heartfelt genre is found and represented is growing year by year and with our good friend the internet, is...

Fresh Picks: The Sons Of Faow Verny.

The Sons Of Faow Verny – Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, France. Rather than attempt to introduce this band via my own words, I will use theirs as I feel it really hits the nail on the head and will almost certainly provide context for what you are about to hear: ‘The Sons Of...

Sunderfeet – ‘Nightmare For Myself’.

Sunderfeet – Strasbourg, France. Now, that might not be the best album cover artwork you’ve seen this week but it being from a band that describe themselves as a ‘Stoner-Grunge-Power-Trio’, you suddenly let it off the hook and even condone it. It’s always better not to be boring after all. Nightmare For...

21 Again At A Glance…

21 Again – Marseille, France. We all wish we could be 21 Again, for me that wasn’t too long ago, well – five years but we are not here for anything to do with me, rather Marseille Pop-Punk band 21 Again. The band are very focussed not on biological age...

Fresh Picks: Kill The Drama Queen.

Kill The Drama Queen – Luxembourg/France/Belgium. Fresh Picks are designed to give readers all the reasons they will need to indulge in whatever facet of underground music we come across, a short – ish – take on a band or artist to entice the prospective listener with enough name-drops, genre-tags...

MF’s 15 Modern Punk Anthems: Vol.1.

15 Modern Punk Anthems – Your Ears, Right Now. Musically Fresh has always featured a vide variety of Music from bands and solo artists alike and we pride our selves on such but in truth Punk music has always been a core of our features. So with that I decided,...

Stupid Karate – The ‘Punk Is A Free Pricing Corpse’ EP.

Stupid Karate – Lille, France. Stupid Karate have returned with their second EP, the comically dark titled Punk Is A Free Pricing Corpse. The band’s visceral break-neck Hardcore Punk is nothing but energetic. Imagine, you’ve had a hard week at work and friend drags you to a Punk show, you’re not adverse...