A while back I ran into a tweet from the Darkstep recordings label, asking for submissions for a compilation album. To apply you had to send in a 1-minute clip, which would all be compiled and mixed into a single album. This is a banger of an album if you like your beats on the industrial side of techno. Well-balanced and full of good tunes. Foreign Objects by Strange Arrival is another hard industrial release I like a lot.
But what is art without passion? Like the excitement felt when you witness a police siege and eight riot vans worth of police officers chase after a man. I kNOW there are some secrets hiding somewhere. I know it! So I will continue to trawl through PR emails, press releases, blogs, suggestions from friends and online magazines but seriously, we need more street busking, house shows, basement parties in Nottingham. And we need less bands ripping off a punk pop riff heard time and time again ten years ago. As a result I have found myself much more interested in other music genres such as jungle the grassroots diy feel of promoting and the idea that the night will never end, in a good way!
These will be Outside of the USA please get in touch for total price to your country. There is NO web store for this, we are just offering these in a DIY way and when we place our order with New Republic there isn't the possibility to have late add on's.
Remember the time when we used to download punk records from all those horribly looking blogspot websites with attached links to file sharing services? I f the zines were the primary source of information in the 80s and 90s, the online blogs took the scene by the storm in the s. However, there were some decent blogs that have made a huge impact on punx finding real underground punk on the Internet. Around the time everyone went on Facebook and Youtube , most of these blogs have more or less vanished.