Tagged: Rancid

Delinquents – ‘About Last Night’.

Delinquents – Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom. Dundee, a place I don’t think I’ve ever been, in a country called Scotland that I also haven’t been to. This is relevant because Delinquents, a Punk-Rock band who this year released their debut full album via Violated Records, are from Dundee. Imagine would...

No Loves – ‘Plum Crazy’.

No Loves – Nashville, Tennessee, USA. Nashville Punks No Loves are a band that have been in the game in varying forms for quite some time. The band formed in St. Petersburg, Florida in 1996 and since then have chopped and changed both membership and output more than just a...

Fresh Picks: Supernothing.

Supernothing – London, England, United Kingdom. The London based Supernothing have been in the Punk-Rock game since 2012 and as of August this year have released their first full-length. The band’s collective sound sits somewhere between classic English Punk-Rock and Ska Music and the later “crack rock steady” bands such as...

The Crash Mats – ’69 Peruvian Panpipe Classics’.

The Crash Mats – Oldham, England, United Kingdom. For our previous work on the band – Click Here. The Crash Mats are from Oldham and they play Ska-infused Punk. The band also don’t take themselves seriously, at all in fact. Strong English Punk-Rock merges with old-school Ska, Hardcore Punk and general abandon...

Bogans and The ‘Uno Mas!’ EP.

Bogans – Wrexham, Wales, United Kingdom. The term Bogan is actually one used for the Australian equivalent of a British Chav or an American hick but that’s just a unrelated fact designed to break the worded ice of this review and I think it went quite well. Bogans in this...

Fifteen Years – ‘Welcome To Hell’.

Fifteen Years – Bristol, England, United Kingdom. Bristol Punk-Rockers Fifteen Years aptly take us back to the late 90’s early 2000’s golden age of melodic Punk with their Welcome To Hell release. With twinges of Rancid, New Found Glory, NOFX and Pennywise, these Punks keep your feet tapping and your legs...