Today i will be telling you about the brand new single ‘Not Working’ from Heavy rock band Survival code. Taking influence from bands such as Biffy Clyro, Foo Fighters and Royal Blood, Survival Code have clearly put care ino their craft, with past recording experiences involving Matt Hyde (known for producing and engineering albums […]Read More Review: Survival Code’s “Not Working” Draws From Heavy Rock Roots
Hitch and the guys from Anarchy Reigns have been grinding in the studio and working to their fullest to guarantee fans will get the best tunes and the greatest compositions that they could come up with. And its for free! I know what you may be thinking, why is it free? Well this track […]Read More A Fan Of The People, Anarchy Reigns Ensures That His Latest Release Will Be Free To Download
Healthy Junkies are an antidote to a generation that’s numbed by televised talent shows by reviving the punk ethos of a time when Johnny Rotten walked down Kings Road with safety pins in his ear. Their attitude and musical purity have earned them respect from some of their heroes such as Knox of The Vibrators, […]Read More Punk band Healthy Junkies fighting the devils of trauma and 21st century captivity with new album
Named thanks to enduring love/fear of the vaunted mythical creature, Yeti Love is the musical moniker of songwriters Peter Hamilton and Dave Sears – a folk duo who view the genre as this generation’s punk music, able to articulate about issues and press all the right buttons in all the wrong places. Hamilton is also […]Read More Yeti Love new single – ‘Lonely Road’
https://soundcloud.com/soulostofficial/without-me/s-jnDQT Chase this tune because… its got a hard hitting, lucid and trance like quality that will carry you right through to the end of this rip-roaring emotional ride of an EP.Read More Soulost Punk Rock EP, Part 2!
Why chase this tune? …Because of the punk vibe and intriguing vocals, the whole sound of the track is very eclectic and it certainly draws the listener in…Read More Johnny Hoffman and the Residents – ‘Leather Face’