By Mittens XVX

Tout Suite – Self-Titled EP

Artist: Tout SuiteTitle: Tout SuiteRelease: 7″ / Digital Year: 2017 Label: Pumpkin Records, Prejudice Me This is a straight forward punk coming from some dirty basements in Manchester! Tout Suite have already put out a demo tape and a split tape with Salvo but this 7″ is their first release on vinyl. It’s a collaboration […]

By Jeff Schaer - Moses

Show Review: From Ireland to New York City Leftover Crack Kills

All Photos by Jeff Schaer-Moses PhotographyLeftover Crack made it from the stage in Dublin to the Stage in Brooklyn in less than 24-hours and looked damn good doing it . Watching Leftover Crack frontman Scott Sturgeon perform in 2017 is somewhat akin to watching the film Logan. He’s getting old and a little beat up, […]

By Mittens XVX

V.A. – I Can Already Smell Your Unhappyness

Artist: Various Title: I Can Already Smell Your Unhappyness Release: Tape, Digital Year: 2016 Label: Prejudice Me “I Can Already Smell Your Unhappyness” is an awesome compilation featuring 16 DIY punk bands to celebrate five years of Prejudice Me label’s existence! Prejudice Me is Fran & Zoe’s cute DIY label and distro that started out in 2011 simply as a […]

By Mittens XVX

Statement: Tracing the Roots of Vegan Straight Edge

Known by some as the “Godfather of Vegan Straight Edge”, Rat is an old punk from the UK who has been involved in the punk scene since the age of 14. As both a vegan straight edge kid and a huge admirer of early 80’s anarcho-punk scene, my purpose of conducting this interview is to trace […]

By Mittens XVX

Liberty: The People Who Care Are Still Angry!

When it comes to early 80’s anarcho-punk scene in the UK, there are a few bands as militant and uncompromising as Liberty. The band formed in 1980 in North Kent to get it all out on the table early. Liberty were not afraid to unopolegitacally question and confront their own scene, meat eaters, or any right-wing political […]

By xCalumx

Bratakus: Riot Riot (Grrrl) Upstart

Hailing from the north of Scotland, Riot Grrrl duo Bratakus—siblings Breagha and Onnagh Cuinn—represent something of an anomaly in Scottish punk, in that they are vegan and straightedge. Calum Harvie meets the sisters and finds out how they cope with being the only vegans in their village and why they want Sasquatch to play drums. […]