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Gurgle – Can’t Forget

Gurgle

London punks Gurgle smash it out the ballpark with their sentimental take on the genre on their debut album “Can’t Forget”. It’s taken Gurgle 5 years to put out their first release as a band but the wait has been worth it. Singer, guitarist, and main creative force of the …

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State Champs – Living Proof

State Champs

Pop-punk heavyweights State Champs have earned a sizeable fanbase in their time as a band. Their latest album “Living Proof” had been eagerly awaited since the success of their album “Around the World and Back” in 2015. With less of the distorted guitars and speedy tempos seen in previous albums, …

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Youth Fountain – Youth Foutain (EP)

Youth Fountain

If these guys look familiar, that’s because you probably knew them before under the name of Bedroom Talk. Now, Youth Fountain is a new start for the band. New stage name, new logo, and most importantly, a beautiful signing with Pure Noise Records! And it’s well deserved! The guys have …

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Death Goals – Death Goals

Death Goals

The first time I heard Death Goals was live at a gig in The Black Heart, Camden. Me and my mate there were immediately blown away and they quickly became one of my favourite bands in the scene so needless to say I was really excited for this EP. Instantly …

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Mom Jeans – Puppy Love

Mom Jeans

Mom Jeans released their sophomore album “Puppy Love” on 3rd of July this year via Counter Intuitive Records (USA) and Big Scary Monsters (UK/EU). After listening to their debut album Best buds and NOW That’s What I Call Music Vol. 420 (split with Prince Daddy & The Hyena and Pictures …

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The Ones You Forgot – Too Afraid To Say

The Ones You Forgot

The Ones You Forgot are a pop punk band from Brick, NJ that was formed in 2014. Now, the band has returned with a brand new EP, “Too Afraid To Say”, out since June 29, 2018. You can also clearly hear the band’s influences on this EP, which is amazing, …

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