I was chuffed to see a fresh album from Scottish ecossemo peddlers Stonethrower released earlier in July. They’re doing a digital-only release for the time being, with all proceeds going to Conroy’s Basement / Rad Apples in Dundee and Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights. Legacies as an instant winner for fans of post-hardcore or old-school emo, packed with
We spoke to the band to get an insight into the latest release, and on how coronavirus has impacted them.
How would you sum up [the band] for someone who’s just discovering you?
Ross: Yikes, I’m normally pretty bad at this part, but let’s give it a bash: ‘punk music made by people who don’t listen to all that much punk anymore’.
Ken: Haha! Punchy, pulsating post-hardcore? It’s probably post-something. I actually don’t really know. Maybe Cal’s got a better answer…
Cal: The music is pretty aggressive but don’t let that put you off, we’re really OK guys.
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I’ve taken a bit of a hiatus with our regular Shout Louder Podcast activity – largely to do laziness! After weeks of coronavirus lockdown, I thought it was time to share some new music with you, albeit in a different format to usual.
Rather than my usual offbeat interview-style, I’ve compiled a radio show of new punk rock releases, with a few older favourites thrown in. I’ve talked my usual absolute nonsense between songs for you listening pleasure.
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