There's been a flurry of last-minute substitutions to the Manchester Punk Festival line-up, as bands pull out (mainly because of Covid). We wanted to give you a quick finger-on-the-pulse run down of the newly added bands! Get them ClashFinders updated!
Manchester Punk Festival is a the biggest DIY punk rock party the UK has to offer. After two-year gap, it's time to party once again! Sarah's spent months researching the line-up, and has picked the Top 10 bands that you just HAVE to go see.
We're hosting a get-together for any sober or sober-curious folks at Manchester Punk Festival 2022. Festivals can be a bit intimidating if you're trying to stay off the sauce, but we don't want it to be that way! Swing by for a laugh, get some guidance on alcohol-free options and make some new friends.
Ollie Stygall reviews the latest album from Cornish hardcore thrashers, Rash Decision. "The Rash Decision sound is complex, brimming with technical riffs and rhythmic twists and turns, without sacrificing any of the impact of their ferocious assault. They can switch in an instant from G force-inducing velocity to a grinding breakdown."
Acoustic punk rockers Tim Holehouse and Greg Rekus are embarking on a massive international tour, including two whole months in the UK and Europe. We pitted them against each other in an artist-to-artist interview, covering their tour cooking, van habits, non-musical influences and Rick and Morty.
Hastings' premiere punk rock festival Wotsit Called Fest is the perfect seaside weekend for any DIY music fan. Our review includes Jodie Faster, Pizzatramp, The Filaments, Rash Decision, The Domestics, Nosebleed, Skinny Milk and a loads more. Roll on Wotsit Called 2022.
DIY punk rock has created a unique community of open-minded, socially-conscious music lovers. To celebrate this, Shout Louder is making a one-off print zine: a collection of stories about people’s experiences in the community. Tell us the story of how you first stumbled upon DIY punk rock; the best gig you’ve ever been to; the... Continue Reading →
Casual Nausea show that punk is far from dead on their album 'Demons', out now TNSrecords. FFO: Crass, Subhumans, The Casualties, The Distillers.
Finally, there is something exiting to come out of Wales, other than the M4. Pizzatramp's 12'' picture disc on TNSrecords is a win. FFO: 80's hardcore thrash crossover and swearing.