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Make Do And Mend

Drummer Matt Carroll talks about The Wave, walking dogs and Carry On’s ‘A Life Less Plagued’.

2013 according to SWNK

2013 is almost over, time to look back before we all dive feet first into the new year.

Break Character – Remainder

This band has enough confidence to grab you by the throat and bring you back to that small, smelly place where you first got impressed by hardcorepunk.

Barren Hope – Anaffa

Israeli band Barren Hope demonstrates being a class A hardcore band that is also versatile and diverse in what they put out. As long as it’s grim that is…

La Dispute – Wildlife

La Dispute really have put a lot of effort in a record that shows a matureness for which the label girlfriend hardcore just isn’t enough.

Reply To: Reviews – Any takers?

You’ve got mail 😉 New stuff ready to go: – ONE MILE LEFT – “The High Rise Afternoon” (Germany Pop Punk) – – digital copy – COLD SUMMER – “s/t” – rock / post hardcore band in the vein of thrice, poison the well, la dispute, touche amore – – actual copy – … Continue reading Reply To: Reviews – Any takers?

Newmoon – Invitation To Hold

Haunting melodies, lots of layer and enough variety in between songs to speak of one of the most surprising and best ep’s to come out of Europe this year.

vinyl collection sale

Selling a lot of hardcore records. I live in the netherlands. PM me you want and we can sort it out. If you want pictures ill send them. I’ll throw in freebies with every sale: Shipwreck – Abyss 700 pressed (blue/black) Some Girls – Heavens pregnant teens 500 pressed (blue) Stretch arm strong – a … Continue reading vinyl collection sale

Reply To: Make Do And Mend to release accoustic E.P.

Even I could have done without Touche Amore, though that first record is a really good one. And Pim MDAM might just make you a Touche Amore believer… if you’re open for it. Anyone checked out the new La Dispute record? 😉

The Tidal Sleep

‘Three years ago a band like ours would not have interested that much people. Neither will it in three years.’