The Sandells Release ‘Forwards!’ Album

Sandells Forwards!The Sandells were formed in Manchester in 2006 by Tim Lyons, a mainstay of the Manchester scene in The Things, Harvey’s Rabbit and Red Turns To, the band have comprised a number of musicians over the years before settling on the current line up featuring Brian Benson on drums and Johann Kloos on guitar. It is this line up that has evolved to take up the challenge posed by a near vacuum that was once the Manchester music scene. Three guys who are old enough to remember those days… but with the will to create something new and different, in their own way.

Forwards! can be streamed and purchased via Bandcamp here

Buffalo Go Cave In

Buffalo Go!

Cave In

Self Released

Rating: 4/5




Up and coming UK pop punkers Buffalo Go! released their new EP, Cave In, earlier this month, their latest release follows on from their debut single Fifty/Fifty that was released back in 2015 and the style of their debut single is carried through to their latest EP, but everything feels more focused and refined than on their initial release. The end product is an EP that is another example of a band that is moving away from the pop punk template and bringing something fresh to a genre that was in danger of becoming stale and predictable.

Lead single Caught Up launches the Cave In EP with a bruising delivery, that was whilst pop punk at it’s heart has a lot more muscle than bands from the genre usually possess, Mantis confirms that the opening number was not a one off, as this is another intense dose of pop punk. Light Patrol sees the intensity upped with an almost crossover feel to the delivery, but the best is saved almost for last in the form of the impressive track Fight Milk that combines everything the EP has thrown at us in three near perfect minutes, finally Just Call Me Circuit Breaker brings the Cave In EP full circle with another muscular dose of pop punk.

The Cave In EP is an emotional heavyweight that is a unique EP in pop punk terms, the song structures are unmistakably born of the genre’s heyday, but the way they are delivered is a distinct shift away from the more predictable styles that many adopt. The EP contains heavyweight drum beats and crunching guitar riffs that are combined with melodic vocals to deliver an EP that is an original and welcome addition to the ongoing renaissance that pop punk seems to be enjoying this year.

The Cave In EP can be streamed and purchased, on CD and digital formats, here

Orchards Release ‘The Grey’ Video

Orchards Promo Sept 17Orchards have released the official music video for the track, The Grey, that will appear on the band’s debut EP, Idle, that is due out on December 8th 2017. Idle follows on from Orchards debut single, Vile Me, that was released last year and is available as a pay what you feel download via Bandcamp.

You can download Vile Me via Bandcamp here

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Cherry Release ‘Forever Overhead’ Video

Cherry DumbnessCherry have released their new song, Forever Overhead, that is taken from the band’s debut album Dumbness, that is set to be released on September 29th via Lame-O Records. The Philadelphia indie rock project features members of Kite Party and Three Man Cannon, as well Lame-O Records owner Eric Osman on drums. 

Pre-orders for Dumbness are now available physically here and digitally here 

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She Makes War Announce December UK Tour

She Makes War Dec 17 TourShe Makes War have announced three very special shows in December, that will be the only UK headline gigs of 2017. These will be intimate affairs with a solo performance plus a full band set that will be previewing songs from She Makes War‘s forthcoming album that is due out next spring. A signed ltd edition art print of the tour poster, that features artwork by Phie Hackett, is now available for pre-order here

She Makes War‘s website is here and her Bandcamp is here

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Sciatic Nerve Release First Single From Self Titled Debut LP

Flight13_LP_coverBay Area punks, Sciatic Nerve have shared their first self titled video and single, that is taken from the bands self titled debut album. Sciatic Nerve features members of Swingin’ Utters, Nothington, Western Addiction and Cobra Skulls, their debut album is set for release on the 13th October and is packed full of minute long bursts of dangerous rock n’ roll that come heavy, fast, high in energy and low on bullshit, the music is hard, but also melodic, creative, and fun.

Sciatic Nerve is available for pre-order in Europe via Gunner Records here

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Role Models Release ‘Dance Moves’ LP

Role Models DMAnother year has passed and the Role Models have released their third album in three years, Dance Moves was originally launched via a Pledge Music campaign that hit it’s goal in less than four hours. Dance Moves takes you through a binge weekend with someone who has a lot to forget, or remember, the highs and lows, the exhilaration and the stinging guilt. The remembrance of loved ones past and the realization of friendships present, wanting to be lost and still yearning to be found, getting lost and being found. Dance Moves follows on from 2016’s critically acclaimed Forest Lawn album and is now available via Glunk Records

Dance Moves is available on CD via Glunk Records here and digitally via Bandcamp here

False Advertising Release New Single And Announce UK Tour

False Advertising IWBSMH Tour 17Manchester based DIY trio False Advertising have released their new single, Hey You, which is now available via digital retailers. The band are set to release their forthcoming EP I Would Be So Much Happier If I Just Stopped Caring on limited edition cassette, that will be available exclusively on the band’s forthcoming UK tour that runs over 19 headline dates across September and October, before going on general release on October 27th. 

I Would Be So Much Happier If I Just Stopped Caring can be pre-ordered here

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Zebedy STP


Set The Pace

Self Released

Rating: 3/5




North Wales based angular alt rock quartet Zebedy have self released their new EP, Set The Pace, today, the 15th September 2017. Zebedy‘s roots go back almost a decade when an embryonic version of the band first emerged as a live jamming trio, over the years they have steadily refined their sound and incorporated new members and influences, all the while building their fanbase with a commitment to live shows. Their latest four track EP follows on from their sophomore album, 2013’s Marionette, and showcases their latest material that has shifted into a more slightly more aggressive style away from their straight up rock roots. 

The tile track possesses the energy and attack of Rage Against The Machine, but it is blended with a slicker rock approach that incorporates technical elements that are transplanted from the metal and rock influences. After the impressive blast of the opening track we get Of Revelations, this heads off into a more straightforward metal direction before the brief instrumental, In, bridges the gap to the EP’s closing number, Bloom, that blends the rage of the opening track with every other element in the band DNA, and as a result it veers wildly across the alt rock spectrum.

Zebedy incorporate the rage of metalcore and distil this with melodic influences from the parallel world’s of rock and metal, but they largely, but not completely, avoid the self indulgent excesses of those genres to keep the energy flowing throughout the Set The Pace EP. The title track is easily the outstanding track from this release, it set the bar high for the rest of the EP so it’s not really a surprise that the tracks that followed don’t quite hit the same heights, having said that if your tastes lie more toward rock than alt rock you won’t be disappointed by Set The Pace.

Set The Pace is now available via digital platforms including Zebedy‘s Bandcamp which can be found here

Fuzzbox Launch New Pledge Campaign

Fuzzbox WGAFFuzzbox have launched a Pledge Music campaign for their latest single, WGAF…. AWGUI!, that translates as We’ve Got A Fuzzbox… And We’re Gonna Use It!, the original rallying cry when Fuzzbox started out in the 80’s. WGAF…. AWGUI! is a fuzzy nostalgia trip back to the 80s and to underline this the band are reuniting with Andy Richards, who produced their hit album Big Bang. As usual with any Pledge Music campaign there are unique opportunities, including the chance to appear in the video or have Fuzzbox perform at your house, as well as WGAF…. AWGUI! being available on CD, download and vinyl.

You can pledge to WGAF…. AWGUI! here

Regarde Release Video For ‘Patterns’

Regarde PatternsItaly’s Regarde deliver a solid blend a indie, emo and post hardcore on their new full length, Leavers, that is due for release on the 6th October. The album is now available for pre-order on milky vinyl and a bundle that includes a ltd edition hand signed analogic photo. Ahead of the LP’s release Regarde have revealed a video for the track Patterns that is taken from the new album.

Leavers can be pre-ordered via Wiretap Records here

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Never Found Release ‘Come To Me’ Video

Never Found THCNever Found have revealed the new video for Come To Me, a track that is lifted from their explosive forthcoming EP, The Human Condition, that is due out on 6th October. The post-hardcore crew will also be on tour in the UK this Autumn to coincide with the release of The Human Condition.

You can pre order The Human Condition here

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Orestea Release Video For ‘Welcome To Surviville’

Orestea ElementsHighly acclaimed alt rock crew Orestea return with their new album, Elements, that is due out on the 22nd September, and the band have now released the new video for Welcome To Surviville. Pulling from many areas of rock and alt-metal, stemming from Stone Sour, Coheed and Cambria, through to Don Broco and Paramore, Orestea are making all the right noises and are marching forward full steam ahead with a potent rhythm section, infectious and soaring vocals and imaginative guitar work.

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The Hiding Place Release ‘Are You Even There?’ Video

The Hiding Place Promo Sept 17Post-hardcore quintet The Hiding Place are ripe to break and are armed with their blistering new video single, Are You Even There?, Sparking glowing comparisons to Thrice, He Is Legend and Underoath, The Hiding Place are currently working on an untitled follow-up to their 2014 EP, So This Is Home, that is slated to drop later this year, and promises to both surprise and thrill their current fanbase and new fans alike. Before the new record lands, the band have released their brand new video and single, Are You Even There?

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Culture Abuse Aug UK Tour

Tigers Jaw / Culture Abuse / Muskets

Deaf Institute, Manchester, UK

23rd August 2017

Rating: 4.5/5




Tigers Jaw DI Mic Shot Aug 17It’s back to the Deaf Institute for tonight’s show, a venue that sits in the redeveloped area that surrounds the University area of the city centre, an early arrival is required ahead of the gig as The Punk Site intends to catch a few words with Culture Abuse ahead of their Manchester debut supporting Tigers Jaw. This is a tour that has seen Culture Abuse on the road for the last few months across the USA and Europe, and it follows on from their impressive debut album, Peach, that was released last year and led to their signing to the legendary punk imprint, Epitaph Records. After a brief interview with Culture Abuse, which will appear on The Punk Site shortly, it’s onto tonight’s opening act Muskets, and it’s time the ascend the Deaf Institute stairs. 

Tigers Jaw DI - Muskets Aug 17First up at tonight’s sold out show is Muskets, a band borne of Brighton’s ever growing music scene, they connected with like minded peers who held a shared DIY ethos and influence of grunge, punk and emo sounds, the Brighton based quartet open with a hammering introduction that builds into an impressive driving blast of grunge influenced punk. I’ve not encountered Muskets live before but this won’t be the last, their intense bass heavy slacker punk marks the perfect opening to tonight’s bill, and their set is an unrelenting barrage that combines of punk, grunge and post hardcore that sets the stall out nicely for Culture Abuse to bring their West Coast punk to Manchester. 

Tigers Jaw DI - Culture Abuse Aug 17Prior to their set Culture Abuse file out through the crowd to the smoking area, and return shortly afterwards in a suspicious haze and make their way onstage, the start of their set is delayed only by a malfunctioning bass amp before they launch into Chinatown, that precedes Culture Abuse diving headlong into a full tilt set of their own unique laid back intensity to a by now packed Deaf Institute. Live Culture Abuse are stripped of any polish the studio imposed and they are a hypnotic high speed dose of heady punk rock, it’s interrupted by a broken hi hat that results in a rambling and unselfconscious interaction with the crowd with a frank admission that they’re “stoned as fuck” something I picked up might be the case in the earlier interview. 

Tigers Jaw DI - Culture Abuse 2 Aug 17Their summer feel good single So Busted makes an appearance and hints at what may be to come on their Epitaph Records debut, but it’s when Dream On, one of the highlights from their debut album, is played that the crowd explode into life, a call for light illuminates the venue, a rare thing in the Deaf Institute, they announce “we’ve got two more as we smoked a joint before” and they kick back in with a stunning Turn It Off, and I’m wondering how a band this baked can play a set this intense and, equipment failures aside, relentless. They make a further rambling declaration of their love for the venue, touring and what they do, that was enforced by a broken string, before ending an all too brief set, with another of their debut album’s highlights, Jealous. I’m left hoping Culture Abuse return to our city for a longer less problem strewn set, as there is no one else out there even remotely like Culture Abuse. As they leave the stage the bass hits the floor and the mic lead is thrown into the roof, where it stays, and they exit in a squall of feedback. 

Tigers Jaw DI Aug 17Tigers Jaw are pretty much an unknown quantity to me, and they have tough act ahead of them following Muskets, and especially the excellent dose of channelled chaos that was Culture Abuse‘s all too brief set. Unlike the bands that preceded them Tigers Jaw offer a more restrained and melodic alternative to the other band’s on this tour, and tonight is one of the occasions when the support act has well and truly stolen the limelight. As much as Tigers Jaw deliver a coherent set of energetic indie rock I can’t help but miss the hazy chaos that was Culture Abuse, but the reception they receive from am enthusiastic throng at the front indicates they have own solid following who know every word of their songs and who are crammed into the Deaf Instutute, but for me tonight belonged to Culture Abuse.

Tigers Jaw DI - Culture Abuse 3 Aug 17The Tigers Jaw website can be found here

The new album by Tigers Jaw, Spin, can be ordered here

Culture Abuse‘s Bandcamp is here and their website is here

The Punk Site review of Culture Abuse‘s debut album, Peach, can be read here

Muskets Facebook page is here and their Bandcamp is here

Live photography is by Dean Unsworth, his Instagram account is located here

You can click on any of Dean’s photos to view a slide show of the images



Prowler Release Title Track From ‘The Curse’ Album

Prowler TCHardcore veterans Prowler will release their new album The Curse via Rucktion Records on September 29th. Since 2002 Prowler have been at the absolute forefront of London’s hardcore scene, with 15 years under their belts they’ve proven why they’re well known in UKHC for their ultra heavy blend of metallic hardcore. The Curse is Prowler‘s most defined release to date, reminiscent of 90s metallic hardcore bands. Prowler will also play Rucktion Records bi-monthly night at The Unicorn in Camden on September 30th to celebrate the release of The Curse

The Curse can be pre-ordered here and the album’s title track can be streamed here

Future Teens Release ‘Learned Behaviour’ Single

Future Teens HFThe Future Teens have released their second single, Learned Behaviour, from their upcoming debut LP, Hard Feelings. This is the first single where Amy Hoffman takes the lead vocally, and it shows just how well rounded their forthcoming album really is. Hard Feelings will be released on September 29th on CD, cassette and digital formats via Take This To Heart Records.

You can stream Learned Behaviour via The Alternative here

Hard Feelings can be pre-ordered here

Circa Survive Release ‘Premonition Of The Hex’ Video

Circa Survive TACirca Survive have shared their intense new song and video, Premonition of the Hex, the track comes from band’s upcoming sixth full length, The Amulet, that is due out on September 22nd via Hopeless Records. The brooding new song twists and turns in the unique ways that only a Circa Survive track can, while Anthony Green‘s distinct vocals rise and fall around his brooding words. 

The Amulet can be pre-ordered here

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Muskets To Release Debut Album ‘Chew’

Muskets ChewFresh off a stint with Tigers Jaw and Culture Abuse, Brighton-based four piece Muskets have announced the release of their debut LP Chew on punk mainstay No Sleep Records. Their unique blend of grunge-tinged hardcore borrows the gritty-ness of Fugazi and mixes it with the energy of early At The Drive In while maintaining a certain sensitivity that’s all its own.

You can stream the lead single from Chew, You’re So Cool, via Spotify here

You can pre-order Chew via No Sleep Records here

Kali Masi Release ‘Powerline Days’ Video

Kali Masi WIChicago’s Kali Masi have just released their new music video for Powerline Days, the track is taken from their new album, Wind Instrument, that is set to be released on October 6th via Take This To Heart Records. The band will be playing at The Fest in Gainesville, FL at High Dive on October 27th, and Pre-Fest in Tampa at The Dirty Shame on October 26th.

Pre-orders for Wind Instrument are now available via Take This To Heart Records here

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Knuckle Puck Release ‘Double Helix’ Video

Knuckle Puck SSChicago pop punkers Knuckle Puck have released a new track and the first video from their highly anticipated sophomore album, Shapeshifter. Double Helix is a sharp, urgent punch right to the gut, complete with an explosive chorus that makes excellent use of gang vocals. Knuckle Puck will also embark on a fall headlining tour with support from Movements, With Confidence and Homesafe. Rise Records will release Shapeshifter on October 13, 2017, and the album is now available for pre-order here
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MDC To Release New Album ‘Mein Trumpf’

booklet 4 paginaPunk legends MDC are back with Mein Trumpf, their first full-length in 13 years. Mein Trumpf is an album in classic MDC style, a searing indictment of current US politics, true to the band’s radical left-wing self. A musical call to equality and wake-up call against intolerance and hatred, Mein Trumpf closes with the widely heard and oft-repeated chant “No Trump, No KKK, No Fascist USA”, first coined by the band and now picked up at political rallies across the world. Forming in 1979, MDC were amongst the very first US hardcore band, and have an illustrious history in the underground punk scene. Consistent advocates of gay, trans, animal, equal-race rights, MDC have influenced and worked with some of the biggest names in the genre. The band have just returned from a seven week European tour, with further tour dates to be announced soon. Mein Trumpf will be released via Primoridal Records on November 3rd

Makthaverskan Release Stream Of ‘Eden’

Makthaverskan IllFollowing the release of their recent single In My Dreams, Makthaverskan have now released a stream of a new track, Eden. The song is taken from from their recently released album, Ill, the third full-length from the Swedish post punk legends that was released via Run For Cover Records and Luxury Records last month.

Makthaverskan will announce tour dates in support of their new album shortly.

Eden can be streamed here and Ill can be ordered here

Don Blake BD

Don Blake

Blake District

Round Dog Records

Rating: 4/5




Bolton, UK’s power pop punk quartet Don Blake have recently released their latest EP, Blake District, and the bands latest offering follows on from their 2015 debut album, Pocket Universe. Blake District features five new songs from the band that build on their previous releases and keep all the harmonies, catchy hooks and punk energy that populated their debut album, but with an added maturity that has been developed over the last two years that has brought a new element to the style that dominated their earlier EP’s, and their impressive debut album.

Their debut album was a blast of high tempo punk rock, and from the opening chords of Broken Baritone it’s clear that this is still the case as they open with a slice of melodic pop punk, but any fears that they might have softened their approach are dismissed by the frantic punk rock blast of Lurking. Blake District continues to tread the line between pop punk, punk rock and power pop perfectly, The Road Home and No Stops return to the poppier side of their style, whilst On The Line revisits their punk rock roots. Whilst there is a distinct influence from the heyday of pop punk on Blake District, this is not a recreation and the emphasis is firmly on the punk and power pop rather than the poppy elements.

Having a band of this quality that are literally right on my doorstep is something that is a rare thing, but for those of you who live further afield I’d recommend getting your hands on the Blake District EP until they make their way to your neck of the woods. Don Blake are a band that will appeal to fans of Teenage Bottlerocket, The Lillingtons, The Riverdales and The Methadones, but this is not a band who have copied a style from across the pond, they have firmly stamped their own identity onto the sound, and more importantly they’ve done it with style.

The Blake District EP can be streamed and purchased here as well as their back catalogue, which is available as pay what you want downloads. Blake District is also available on transparent splatter vinyl via Round Dog Records here



A Better You

Bird Attack Records

Rating: 3.5/5




After years of playing small tours and festivals around the world, without an actual album being released, SLED, who were formerly known as Pinhole Down, are finally set to release their first official full length, A Better You, via Bird Attack Records on the 15th September 2017. Aside from the bands core members SLED also feature members of Guttermouth, Whole Wheat Bread and This Is A Standoff to create something of a punk rock supergroup whose sound is firmly embedded in the roots of melodic hardcore and skate punk.

The frantic Numb And Dumb is a fine opening rallying call that is followed by the intense Let Go, and every single track that follows is a full tilt punk rock attack that will appeal to fans of the likes of heavyweight melodic hardcore pioneers such as Bad Religion, Pennywise and Propagandhi. The ten tracks contained on A Better You make up an impressive debut full length by anyone’s standards, and it’s one that lives up to the impressive catalogue of recent releases that Bird Attack Records have unleashed.

SLED have delivered a fine slab of intense melodic hardcore that embraces skate punk with just a touch of crossover thrown into the mix, and makes no mistake this a damn fine album of full throttle punk rock. My only issue with A Better You is the fact that there is no variation across the album, every track comes out of the traps like it’s been spiked with amphetamines, and as the chords fade out another breakneck riff kicks in. This isn’t really a complaint as there isn’t a weak track on SLED‘s debut album, but to me A Better You just ends up feeling slightly one dimensional, but having said that this is a solid debut release from a band with a fine punk pedigree behind them.

A Better You can be pre-ordered on CD, vinyl, cassette and digital formats here

Caracara To Release ‘Summer Megalith’ Album

Caracara SM Caracara began as a collaboration between members of Square Peg Round Hole and W.C. Lindsay, the idea was to make dynamic music that whispers as much as it screams with harsh and dense mid ranges, blaring horns and romantic strings. Everything was a back and forth between the members contrasting backgrounds and as a result Caracara serves as a conversation between their respective histories. The band are set to release their debut full length, Summer Megalith, on Flower Girl Records on the 22nd September and the LP can be pre-ordered on cassette and digital formats here

You can stream  and purchase Crystalline, the latest single from Summer Megalith, here

The Plague Release ‘Make Me Over’ Single

Plague MMORochester-based ‘Futurepunk’ band The Plague‘s debut album Hope For The F.U.T.U.R.E will arrive on October 13th via the band’s own label, Recover Records. Ahead of the albums release The Plague have released their new single, Make Me Over, a pulsating rock track about how life can throw you curveballs that expose your weaknesses and help you grow.

Make Me Over is available now on iTunes here and via Spotify here

The video for Make Me Over can be viewed below

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Face To Face To Release Visual History Book

Face To Face BookMelodic Virtue have announced their collaboration with influential SoCal band Face To Face for the 1000 limited edition coffee table book, Face To Face: 25 Years of SoCal Punk, The Visual History, to be released on December 1, 2017. The book is a nearly 200-page visual history offering a rare glimpse of the 25 year history of Face To Face through never before seen photos, and stories as told by contemporaries and fans including Travis Barker (Blink 182), Chris Carrabba (Dashboard Confessional), Kevin Baldes (Lit), Tim McIlrath (Rise Against), Corey Miller (LA Ink), Roger Lima (Less Than Jake), Chris Conely (Saves The Day), and Patrick Seton O’Connor (The Dan Patrick Show). It is also packaged with an unreleased song on flexidisc titled Self Determination. 

Pre-orders are available online here in three bundles and all books are signed by Trever Keith, Scott Shiflett and Aaron Tanner.

Prowler To Release ‘The Curse’ LP On September 30th

Prowler TCHardcore veterans Prowler will release their new album The Curse via Rucktion Records on September 29th. Since 2002 Prowler have been at the absolute forefront of London’s hardcore scene, with 15 years under their belts they’ve proven why they’re well known in UKHC for their ultra heavy blend of metallic hardcore, The Curse is Prowler‘s most defined release to date with a sound reminiscent of 90s metallic hardcore. Prowler will play Rucktion Records bi-monthly night at The Unicorn in Camden on September 30th to celebrate the release of The Curse

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The Mons Stream ‘Alarm Clock’ From ‘Trust No One’ LP

The Mons Trust No OneHardcore punk band The Mons are streaming their new song Alarm Clock via Nine Circles. The track is a short blast of old-school punk that is highly recommended for fans of The Circle Jerks, Black Flag and early COC. Alarm Clock will appear on the band’s upcoming album, Trust No One, which will be released via Triple Eye Industries on October 20th 2017.

Trust No One can be pre-ordered on vinyl and digital formats via Triple Eye Industries here

You can stream Alarm Clock via Nine Circles here

Basement 5 Reissue ‘1965 – 1980’ and ‘In Dub’

Basement 5 compBasement 5 continues to be one of the few remaining untold stories of its time, their arrival at the musical and creative peak in the aftermath of punk and the prevailing sense that business was not as usual and that you could adhere to your own rules, creating your own peripheries and non-generic musical path. Basement 5 melded their own experiences with punk rage and dub-wise rhythms that came together to explore themes of alienation, 70’s inner-city existence and what it was like to be a second-generation immigrant. Both 1965 – 1980 and In Dub are now getting a long overdue repressing and are now available for pre-order

1965 – 1980 and the companion LP, In Dub, can be pre-ordered on vinyl and CD here

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