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September 14, 2020

Following on from her self-released debut EP last year, Muncie Girls’ frontwoman Lande Hekt is returning next year with her first solo full length record. Titled Going To Hell, the record is Hekt’s debut release after signing to independent label Get Better Records.

Released 22nd January 2021, Going To Hell is set to be record of numerous firsts for Hekt. Not only is the record her first solo long play and her first release on the queer-run Get Be...

September 1, 2020

After five years in the making and one pandemic related delay, the full-length debut from feminist punk witches Dream Nails is finally with us - and goodness me was it worth the wait. 

A record of inclusivity, joy, rage and celebration, the self-titled record is the full encapsulation of the Dream Nails ethos and experience. In an age where the more wider punk gene pool has become stagnant, it's a showcase that the genre still has plenty to o...

August 26, 2020

It’s almost mad to think that Dream Nails are still yet to release a full-length record. In their relatively short carer thus far, the London punk witches have become synonymous with feminist DIY punk, taking their queer riot grrl rage to all across the European landmass and becoming the sound of protest near and far. Given this, it’s not too surprising all eyes of the punk inclined are now on the band on the run up to the release of their self t...

June 16, 2020

When genres collide, beautiful things can be cultivated. One band here to prove that is Wargirl. Made up of six like-minded people, the Southern Californian group are spreading their distinctive sound in the form of their latest endeavour, Dancing Gold.
 

Clutching a desire to create unique and interesting music, Wargirl mean business with this new album with ten assorted tracks incorporating a wonderful blend of everything from garage to disco a...

June 4, 2020

Having toured with the likes of Boston Manor, WSTR and even Funeral For A Friend, South London’s Wallflower have become somewhat of a hidden gem in the UK emo/post-hardcore scene. Their first two EPs, Summer Daze (2014) and When It Fell Apart (2017) were undoubtable hits, and there was no questioning if their debut album could continue this momentum.

Teach Yourself To Swim’s four lead singles certainly made it unclear what to expect. Politically-d...

May 26, 2020

The world is an awful state right now, with many finding exhaustion and misery within the seemingly endless barrage of torment raining down. Documenting this and how the powers that be can find opportunity within such torment, is the debut album from London based hardcore crossovers COPE.

A wild and bucking journey through political and cultural discourse, The Shock Doctrine see's COPE secure a promising future for themselves with t...

March 19, 2020

Bad news out the way first – due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, London punk witches Dream Nails will now be releasing their self titled debut on September 4th as opposed to next month. However, the band have released their latest single in the form of the righteously raging ‘Kiss My Fist’

A direct blow to the nose of all homophobes, ‘Kiss My First’ is a documentation of the abhorrent violence members of the LGBT+ face in everyday life. The track...

November 15, 2019

A solo venture can be an exciting one. The commencement of Lande Hekt’s own venture lies in the form of debut EP Gigantic Disappointment. Widely known for her part in the loveable indie rock trio Muncie Girls, Lande experiments with 80’s influences for a fresh perspective on what we’ve heard from her previously.

Recorded during a time in Australia with Ben David of The Hard Aches, the seven track EP takes a route away from the norm and into a more...

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