Inner Terrestrials – Heart Of The Free LP (Various Labels)

Today, I have the privilege to review the latest full-length material by living legends. There’s no way you got involved with the British anarcho-punk scene and missed Inner Terrestrials. The group roams the underground scene for nearly three decades, went through several lineup changes, toured Europe many times, released five brilliant albums, a handful of… Read More Inner Terrestrials – Heart Of The Free LP (Various Labels)

Authority Zero – Ollie Ollie Oxen Free LP

This band doesn’t need any introduction. Authority Zero roams the melodic punk rock scene for decades, and their music ages like a fine wine. Each following album offers even more improvements, surprises, potential punk rock hits, and they’re certainly one of those bands that are not allowing any mistakes during the recording process. Their impressive… Read More Authority Zero – Ollie Ollie Oxen Free LP

Radikal Dub Kolektiv – Vinyl Debts 12″ EP (PDV Records)

Recently, I wrote an article about Hellness Centar, a third full-length album by Radikal Dub Kolektiv. For those who somehow missed my recent post, Radikal Dub Kolektiv is a phenomenal dub group from Zagreb, Croatia. The band operates since 2002 and pretty much keeps it active as much as possible. PDV Records recently announced a… Read More Radikal Dub Kolektiv – Vinyl Debts 12″ EP (PDV Records)

Flying Vipers – Dub Fader Cuts 7” (Happy People Records)

Flying Vipers are not wasting time at all. After their critically acclaimed full-length recording Cuttings that’s been released sometime in 2020, the group is coming back with a brand new 7” record called Dub Fader Cuts. The publishing of this material is scheduled for March 21st, and it carries a couple of marvelous dub compositions,… Read More Flying Vipers – Dub Fader Cuts 7” (Happy People Records)

V/A – For Family And Flag Vol. 1. (Pirates Press Records)

Pirates Press Records are active for fifteen years and counting by releasing only the premium streetpunk, Oi!, ska, and reggae artists you could imagine. Since the establishment in 2005, Pirates Press has worked hard on promoting its extensive roster by simultaneously pushing new names in the game and renowned artists, without losing any quality along… Read More V/A – For Family And Flag Vol. 1. (Pirates Press Records)

Destroy Babylon – Shapeshifters CD (Music ADD)

Destroy Babylon shapeshifted the sound since their formation and expanded it to a more developed structure throughout the years. Comparing to their previous full-length albums, such as Olligopuzzled, Backyard Babylon, Dub Of Ages Vol.1, and Long Live The Vortex, Shapeshifters has even more to contribute than the preceding recordings. This particular material delivers defined dualities… Read More Destroy Babylon – Shapeshifters CD (Music ADD)

Flying Vipers – The Shadow Tape (Music ADD / Jump Up Records)

From our previous experience with Flying Vipers, you can’t possibly go wrong if you loudly blast their tunes over the sound system. There’s something in their artistic expression that draws you to spin their records repetitiously. This Waltham, Massachusets based dub sensation fires engaging echoic tones, which will lead you to hours of good mood… Read More Flying Vipers – The Shadow Tape (Music ADD / Jump Up Records)

Flying Vipers w/ Johnny Clarke – Highest Region 7” (Music ADD / Jump Up Records)

Flying Vipers are one of the best contemporary dub acts out there. Their knowledge of writing, composing, arranging relaxing reggae/dub numbers goes beyond comprehension in numerous cases. Even if you put all those qualities aside, there’s still an enormous understanding of finenesses by these experienced musicians, which is not hearable on the records of the… Read More Flying Vipers w/ Johnny Clarke – Highest Region 7” (Music ADD / Jump Up Records)

The Macrotones ft. Iyeoka / Destroy Babylon – Split 7″ (Music ADD)

Today, we’re covering a split 7” record between The Macrotones and Destroy Babylon. This actual release comes as an addition to the Unknown Outpost CD by The Macrotones, including a bonus number by Destroy Babylon filling on the B-side. Both bands have a lot of things in common, and besides being equally good, these bands… Read More The Macrotones ft. Iyeoka / Destroy Babylon – Split 7″ (Music ADD)