Tagged: Skate Punk

And Burn – ‘Setbacks’.

And Burn – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. And Burn are a band I’ve been meaning to sit down with for quite some time. I once saw them play at one of the all-so common all-dayers that permeate the Melbourne live music scene, Melbourne being nearest locale to the band’s home. And...

Windover and The ‘Maze’ EP.

Windover – Minsk, Belarus. Hailing from Belarus and Minsk specifically, Windover are a band taking key aspects of the diversity of modern Punk music and twisting it to their needs through soaring and whirling crescendos, break-neck tempos, precision time signatures and utter catharsis. Maze is the band’s debut release, consisting of...

Northern Horizon and The ‘You Let Me Down’ EP.

Northern Horizon – Newcastle, England, United Kingdom. The Newcastle-based Northern Horizon have been described in the past as a band that sound as if ‘Green Day gave All Time Low a songwriting lesson’ and have released their second EP that in many ways, is pretty-well summed up by the above statement....

Ocean Sunset View – The ‘On Your Marks’ EP.

Ocean Sunset View – Bristol, England, United Kingdom. ‘You can take the kid of out of the Pop-Punk but you can’t take the Pop-Punk out of the kid‘ – A prospective and wannabe Maxim that I just created upon reading-up on Bristol Pop-Punk three-piece Ocean Sunset View. I like to...

The Take Down – ‘All Aboard The Sinking Ship’.

The Take Down – Ashford, England, United Kingdom. Cover photo credit: Matthew Sutton – Click Here. Ashford in Kent is the base of a Pop-Punk band by the name of The Take Down. A band with a penchant for the past and the indispensable household names that made the genre. Alkaline Trio?...

Voice Of Addiction and ‘The Lost Art Of Empathy’.

Voice Of Addiction – Chicago, Illinois, USA. The latest album from Chicago political Punks Voice Of Addiction is a frustrated album by a band that have been in the Punk game for quite some time. The Lost Art Of Empathy is the band’s second full-length and if fast, abrasive yet melodic Punk...

The Phosphorus Bombs – ‘Cancers’.

The Phosphorus Bombs – Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Australian Punk-Rock music isn’t half bad and in this case Sydney and its scene have something for you. Enter The Phosphorus Bombs. The band are very much sat (well, not really) somewhere between 80’s Hardcore Punk and its eventual descendent Skate...

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,...

Paper Champ and The ‘Easily L.E.D’ EP.

Paper Champ – Ipswich, England, United Kingdom. For our previous work on the band – Click Here. The new EP from Ipswich natives Paper Champ is a release I’ve wanted to sit down with for quite some time. The band are very much apart of new(ish) wave of UK melodic Punk-Rock and...

Bash Brothers and Their ‘Life Lessons’.

Bash Brothers – Eksjö, Sweden. The moment I saw this request in our inbox, I found myself transfixed, determined and reaching for my “objective hat”. Why? Well in truth, any self respecting modern Punk fan can’t possibly ignore anything in the way of Punk-Rock from the country of Sweden, the country...