Wednesday, February 3 2010
Words and Pictures by Rory O'Connor
Monday, February 1 2010
Formerly known as the Muslims, this four-piece grow into their new name on their second LP with their unique brand of beach-y, garage-punk undercut by a heavy dose of dry and dark sarcasm.
Monday, November 16 2009
P.K. 14 + Xiao He: 14 November 2009 - Govinda Gallery, Washington DC / Chinese punks storm the American Capitol / Words and Pictures by Mehan Jayasuriya
Tuesday, February 3 2009
Without a doubt, these ten songs place the Subhumans along side D.O.A. and NoMeansNo as pillars of Canadian punk history.
Monday, January 26 2009
Tuesday, August 26 2008
Songs fed through the early 1980s UK punk scene and spat out at velocity accompanied by a biscuit tin lid, a cheap Bontempi organ and a Speak and Spell. It's a noise, but a welcome noise.
Tuesday, July 15 2008
Metal fans are a cynical bunch when it comes to outsiders offering critiques of their favorite pieces of work, and can pick apart a treatise with the thoroughness of fussy jazz enthusiasts.
Monday, July 7 2008
Smooch Records unearths an album's worth of songs from a little-remembered early '80s punk band.
Sunday, October 28 2007
A.R.E. Weapons' fourth full-length just sounds like something that would come from New York.
Thursday, September 20 2007
A punk/cabaret operetta about one of the most underrated of actors of the previous century? World/Inferno makes this seemingly kitschy concept work.