Self confessed “manic punk” duo The Wirms hail from the Ozark region of the US. To the outsider, that might not seem like the very epicentre of punk, but back in the 90s, the Ozarks spawned it’s own underground scene. [The DIY nature of punk always allows for scenes to spring up anywhere. Aberdeen, WA is in the middle of nowhere…and just look what happened there!]
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BLACK INITIALS – EP
Ramsgate is a seaside town in east Kent, once famous for the docks, its hovercraft trips and a town horse. It still boasts an impressive harbour, but often gets overlooked in favour of Margate – its arguably more famous brother – situated just along the coast. Ramsgate also home to alt-rock two-piece Black Initials, a band whom bring a mixture of garage based sounds on their debut EP. Continue reading
MIND VICE – Humanimality EP
In the mid-90s, lo-fi producer Conrad Uno was a busy man. He put his name to various Mudhoney projects, produced the Supersuckers, Fastbacks, Zeke, The Groovie Ghoulies and countless other bands. He founded the PopLlama record label. In terms of commercial success, however, he’s probably best known as the man who produced the debut album by novelty rock band The Presidents of the United States of America, a record that spawned sizeable hits in ‘Peaches’ and ‘Lump’.
New video from Knuckle
Garage rock duo Knuckle have recently issued a new video clip filmed on tour in France set to the soundtrack of ‘Bad Brains’, taken from their 2014 digital EP ‘This Week’s Been Hell’.
The full clip – as well as a stream of the EP – are embedded below.
Check out the new DIY video from Dicktations!
New York’s Dicktations are a lo-fi garage rock/fuzz rock band that – in their frontman Miguel’s own words – are influenced by The Replacements and Guided By Voices. Their 2014 release ‘H*ckhound’ is a raucous DIY musical journey recorded in Miguel’s bedroom and basement.