What's going on?!? I'm Jeremy Drury, "Do It Right" is a track off my first solo record, (I also play drum with a band called The Strumbellas), and moves away from the folkier side of things and represents some of my heavier influences.
Hey guys! My name is Jon Crabb, I am a rockabilly/punk musician and I have just released this single of "Young Lost Rebel" only earlier this week! It's about the frustration and confusion a young person feels when joining a rebellious gang or organisation, and questions their purpose. Enjoy!
Ötzi pierces the heart with their dark and passionate style of post-punk. “Hold Still” is the second track from the upcoming album, ‘Storm.’ It's a love song, a song about the kind of supportive love that keeps us grounded in turbulent times, just like we’re in now.
Jools take shape in the formation of a sextet and proudly demonstrate their stance on socialism, public figures and the importance of well-being. Spineless illustrates the tale of Jools singer, Mitchell Gordon and his relationship with an oppressive hierarchy in his first place of employment.
Rain To Rust aims at bringing Post-Punk back to its early '80's Singer-Songwriter roots, following the footsteps of Adrian Borland, Mark E. Smith or Ian Curtis. "Drinking The Ghosts" comes off the debut album "Flowers Of Doubt" and is inspired by Mika Kaurismaki's "Zombie And The Ghost Train".
Hi there! I'm James aka 'batwings' - a singer, songwriter, producer and occasional live band from South London! I describe the music as 'sadpunk' - loud, melodic punk with relatable, but bittersweet lyrics, crammed with loads of noise, energy and twists from unexpected influences! Come party!
We are a post-punk/new wave/college rock/whatever it’s called these days band from Buffalo, NY. With our new album we have built off our darker post-punk roots and delved slightly more into the realm of jangle/dream pop.
Good day Punktastic readers! We are Not Robots? A 4 piece post punk band from Edinburgh who make bombastic noise and confuse people into thinking we are in fact not robots? We recently released our debut single, it's pretty damn cool and we believe all ears should be deafened by it.
Locate the Harbour's second EP comes in the form of 'Medicine'; a thank you to all those who helped Robbie through the loss of his Grandfather. Taking on a more mature sound, these songs play a very personal chord with Robbie. 'MEDICINE' OUT NOW.