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Virus: Pathogens – Album review

Album Review Virus - Pathogens (Grow Your Own) 10" Vinyl/CD/DL Out now Nathan Brown says that the new 10 inch by anarcho-punks Virus is their best release by...

Various Artists: No One’s Little Girls – Album review

Various Artists - No One's Little Girls (Grow Your Own) Vinyl/CD/DL Out now Grow Your Own Records gathered together 16 acts from across the DIY punk and...

Active Slaughter: Set The World Alight? – Album review

Active Slaughter - Set The World Alight?  (Grow Your Own) LP/CD/DL Out now Strident and highly political, Active Slaughter's latest anarcho-punk album is a pogo-tastic attack on...

Gay Panic Defence / Bratakus: Benefit EP for Tribe Animal Sanctury...

Two Scots vegan punk bands, Gay Panic Defence and Bratakus, thrashing to raise money for an animal sanctuary.

Social Experiment: Rumours Of Our Demise Are Not Greatly Exaggerated –...

Rumours Of Our Demise Are Not Greatly Exaggerated - new release from Social Experiment.

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The 99 Degree / The Maitlands / Deh-Yey: Retro Bar – Mcr – live review

Wayne AF Carey heads out to Retro Bar and gets his ears blasted by a mixed night of totally different sounds. And a pig farmer.....

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An Interview with Toxic Chicken

Favorite physical format must be the floppy diskette. It's the poor person's choice of underground DIY, to me it looks super cool and is a challenge to fill up with interesting material.

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Negativland – TRUEFALSE – album review

Negativeland - True false
Negativland TRUEFALSE Seeland Records In an era defined in part by struggles for intellectual copyright and remuneration through streaming platforms...

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The Dogs of War – film review

The Dogs of War (1980) Director: John Irvin Cast: Christopher Walken, Tom Berenger, Colin Blakely Running time: 102 minutes Format: Blu-ray Release...

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Mirrors Festival 2019: London – live review

Mirrors Festival has relocated to Camden Town. Keith Goldhanger visits all six venues and reports from this...