Interviews

Show Some CIVIC Pride For Melbourne’s New Kings of Wild Rock And Roll

To get you in the mood for “New Vietnam”, the title cut from their upcoming debut record, we chatted to the Melbourne favourites about their place in the Australian punk cannon.
Tim Scott
2.2.18
Premiere

Raise Some Hell With Denton Punks Razorbumps

Listen to a track of spirited lo-fi punk from an upcoming release on Pop Wig records.
Tim Scott
1.8.18
Noisey News

Spacemen 3's 1990 Stoned Jam Is Getting a Reissue

Punk is recording in a theatre lobby, to an unsuspecting and unsympathetic audience waiting for a film.
Tim Scott
1.6.18
New music

Rik & The Pigs Are Making Noise For All You Girls and Boys

We got in touch with Rik to find out more about his debut album that sounds like The Dead Boys doing punky glam.
Tim Scott
1.4.18
Interview

Prepare for the Return of Early New Zealand Punks Proud Scum

A chat with vocalist Jonathan Jamrag ahead of the band's first gig in 10 years.
Tim Scott
1.4.18
New music

Listen to The Cowboys Blow the Doors Off a Suburban Garage

'Live at Tony's Garage' captures the scrappy proto punk glory of the Bloomington, Indiana band.
Tim Scott
12.31.17
New music

Sect Mark's Hardcore is About as Raw as Punk Can Get

Listen to a track from the Italian band's upcoming EP on the esteemed Iron Lung label.
Tim Scott
12.29.17
New music

Sample Vile Gash's Hideous and Harsh Hardcore Punk

Listen to some tracks from the long running Columbus, Ohio band's upcoming album.
Tim Scott
12.22.17
Premiere

LACE's Dark Punk Embraces the Bleakness of These Modern Times

Listen to a couple of tracks from the Houston noise-punk's debut album.
Tim Scott
12.21.17
Books

Read An Excerpt From Quintron’s Book About Life on the Tour Autobahn

The New Orleans organist's new book includes cops, truckstop sex workers, and American history.
Tim Scott
12.19.17
Interviews

Talking Detroit Jock City With Protomartyr’s Joe Casey

Ahead of the Detroit band’s Australia and New Zealand tour we had a chat about the Bad Boys and blowing up stadiums.
Tim Scott
12.19.17
New music

George Michelle’s New Album Could be the Darkest Kris Kringle Ever

The Sydney producer just gifted everyone an unwrapped album of scattered club music.
Tim Scott
12.18.17
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