What’s the last thing a drummer says in a band?
“Hey guys, why don’t we try one of my songs?”
Punk hasn’t died yet and neither has Rat Scabies.
It’s been over 20 years since he left his seat in The Damned and twice as long since he helped pioneer what would become one of the most influential sounds in Punk Rock. Read More
If you haven’t already heard, the newest record label on the block is Batcave Records with Dusty Graves (Stellar Corpses) and Rene De La Muerte (The Brains) sitting at the head of the table. Not only that, but they’ve announced that the first release will be a shiny, new Stellar Corpses EP!
The Phoenix Film Festival has announced that “The Godfathers of Hardcore,”a documentary by Ian McFarland following the rise of NYC Hardcore through the stories and 30+ years of struggle of Roger Miret and Vinnie Stigma of Agnostic Front, will screen as part of the programming this year.
Vices To The Grave
VTTG has been kicking around the Tempe scene for quite a while now. In that time, they’ve certainly been working hard to carve out a name for themselves and seem to constantly play shows while still releasing new stuff and consistently improving. If you haven’t at least heard the name by now, you should probably get out of the house a little more often.
Self Released (2018)
Bindi-Eye is an experimental/ psychedelic/ post-punk project out of Chandler from the mind of Zach Wubbena (Sun Conscious) along a few familiar friends on the newest effort, Soapbox Synthesis.
Here are some more records released over the last year that made us all warm and tingly all over. If you missed part 1, you can check it out here.
Once again, there is no order to these, just solid recordings from bands we’ve been checking out and encourage you to as well if you’ve been in desperate need of something actually good to listen to.