Tagged: The Clash

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Cross Wires – ‘Interaction : Dislocation’ Review.

Cross Wires – Bethnal Green/Romford, London/Essex, United Kingdom. Fresh sounds from London AND Essex. Knees up. Cross Wires tweeted us a little while back after the release of their new EP, Interaction : Dislocation. Four tracks compiled via concoction of old-school Punk, Post-Punk and New Wave via a set of influences...

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The Working Week – A Playlist

Time to try something a bit different – a playlist that does it’s best to help, analyse and fight the working week. You may find something you like. The playlist is embedded at the bottom, so you don’t have to expend any extra energy locating it. Whether you love/like/tolerate/hate or show a level if...

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WACO – ‘Sundown’ EP

WACO – London, England, United Kingdom. WACO, a four-piece Punk-Rock band from London, who have just released an EP of five feel good tracks with barrel loads of honesty and reality thrown in. We’ve featured a lot of bands from Venn Records or at least, our own Alex Blanchard has. So I...

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Strike Of Neos – ‘Old School Rhythms – Fresh Demos’

Strike Of Neos – Los Angles, Califronia, USA. Something of a tribute to the veterans of Punk and Hardcore Punk from an up-and-coming band from LA. We do enjoy finding bands in their infant stages at Musically Fresh. Support this shit. I’m not saying they’re shit, quite the opposite in-fact....

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The Gunflowers, A Debut Single and Fresh Plans

The Gunflowers – Bath, Somerset, United Kingdom. We do like our local music scenes here at MF. Our scope has spanned many of the great music hives of the UK, US and to a lesser extent Europe. Today though, we’re focusing on Bath, where The Gunflowers are discharging rounds and...

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Riskee And The Ridicule – ‘Dawn Of The Dog’

Riskee And The Ridicule – Kent, England. Probably one of the most interesting takes on Punk we’ve seen in a while. This four-piece are probably going to be your next favourite band. It would be a task to describe this album in a few simple lines. Riskee And The Ridicule have been...