Exclusive: Revenge of The Psychotronic Man Premiere ‘The End Of Everything’ Film

Famed UK punks debut the film of their last ever live show, featuring footage of their huge line-up of TNSrecords favourites: Faintest Idea, Pizzatramp, Nosebleed, Wonk Unit, Matilda’s Scoundrels, Casual Nausea, Rising Strike, Bobby Funk, The Domestics, Sounds of Swami… and a lot of shenanigans.

Shout Louder are proud to premiere The End of Everything: a film documenting the final live show of legendary Manchester fast-punks, Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man.

The farewell show took place at Rebellion, Manchester, on 8 December 2018, and marked the end of a long career of stupidly fast DIY punk rock.

The gig sold out four months in advance, and featured 14 bands: one for each year the band had existed. The line-up was announced shortly before the show, and the running order wasn’t revealed until minutes before each set, setting the scene for a day of chaos.

This film was made by Mark Richards and it features most of the bands who played, including Nosebleed, Pizzatramp, Wonk Unit, Matilda’s Scoundrels, Casual Nausea, The Domestics, Rising Strike, Bobby Funk, Sounds of Swami and more. It also includes extensive highlights of Revenge’s final emotional set, plus the once-in-a-lifetime Revenge ‘All Stars’ band, featuring a carousel of ex-members and associated musicians.

The sound was recorded by Julian Wallinger, with additional mixing by Simon Short.

If there video’s whet your appetite, be sure to pick up a copy of the photobook from the event, featuring top shots from Tim ‘Hold My Pint’ Bevington: https://www.tnsrecords.co.uk/shop/tns-releases/the-end-of-revenge-photo-book/

Revenge’s final album That Was Just A Noise and off of the band’s back catalogue is currently available for HALF PRICE over at the TNSrecords website: http://bit.ly/RevengeSale  Continue reading “Exclusive: Revenge of The Psychotronic Man Premiere ‘The End Of Everything’ Film”

Exclusive: Fastfade Premiere ‘Walkie Talkie’ Video & Announce Debut Album

Enfield’s scrappiest skate-punks get wet and wild in their new music video.

Fastfade are hard not to love. Taking influence from Frenzal Rhomb, MxPx, early Greenday and decent-era Blink 182, these three young Londoners are the edgy, exciting injection of energy that the UK skate-punk scene needs.

Walkie Talkie is the first single from their debut album Happy If You Aren’t, which will be released through Umlaut Records on Friday 14th December. They’re celebrating the release with a launch party supporting No Fun At All at London’s New Cross Inn on December 19th.

“Walkie Talkie is one of our slower but more hard hitting songs, proving that we don’t only play at 260bpm and sing about getting dumped or something,” said Fastfade about the single. “With this song we tried to show off a little bit of everything that we could do and to make something so catchy it sticks in your head and pisses you off a little.” Continue reading “Exclusive: Fastfade Premiere ‘Walkie Talkie’ Video & Announce Debut Album”