Crossfaith: WIPEOUT

I can’t say I’ve ever listened to Crossfaith in great depth. I remember seeing them at Slam Dunk relatively recently; …

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Skaciety: Overstaying Our Welcome

Kent ska-punks Skaciety are one of those bands I feel like I must have seen at some point in the …

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Dirty Magic: Sick Of It

Hardcore punk and Desert Rock are not phrases that you would normally put together, a bit like chalk and cheese, …

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Evertim: Your Heaven Held Me Well

Having formed in late 2015 Brighton emo/alt rockers Evertim have been building on their debut EP, Learn To Swim, and …

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Albums of the Year 2017: Top 75

It’s been yet another stellar year for music. Here, following a rigorous, points-based process, we reveal The Punk Archive’s Top 75 …

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Various Artists: Dancing Down Orange Street

It’s always a bit of a challenge reviewing ‘older’ music. Because you’re looking retrospectively at something which was created a …

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Phinius Gage: Battered And Bruised – The Best of Phinius Gage

Having reformed back in 2015 and signing to Disconnect Disconnect Records, influential skate punks Phinius Gage have released a retrospective …

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And So I Watch You From Afar: The Endless Shimmering

Well, this is quite the album. Quite the piece of art. As regular readers will know, this is clearly a …

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Jaya The Cat: A Good Day For The Damned

I have listened through this album more times than any other record prior to reviewing it. I’ve wanted to give …

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Lightblue: Paradise Lost

Since forming in 2015, under original band name Sioux Falls, Lightblue have steadily been making a name for themselves in …

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