Project X – Straight Edge Revenge (For fans of Gorilla Biscuits, Youth Of Today, Judge)

New York City’s Project X’s “Straight Edge Revenge” EP is one of the greatest straight edge EPs of the 1980s. Consisting of members of legendary hardcore bands such as Youth of Today, Gorilla Biscuits, and Judge, the band was incredibly short lived, and only played around 5 shows ever. The album and band itself has a bit of interesting history behind them. Originally one of the members was just trying to release a compilation of early, unreleased hardcore songs but couldn’t get the rights to […]

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Moving Again (A Mix)

So it’s that time for my yearly tradition… which is move into a new place just a few blocks away! Seriously, moving gets old really fast, but might as well have a mix about it. Moving every year since 2005 baby. MP3:Cloak/Dagger – Walk The BlockNone More Black – Genuine Malaise and MiseryBouncing Souls – Apartment 5FAtom and his Package – Posession (Not The One By Danzig)Lawrence Arms – The First Eviction NoticeDead Kennedys – Let’s Lynch the LandlordToxic Narcotic – Cockroach More Mixes To […]

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GBH , Outernational, Violent Society (7/21/10 Live In West Chester)

Hey, you want to know the least punk rock city in the country? West Chester, PA. This show should have happened in Philly, but more on that later. Last night, I headed down to West Chester’s PA The Note to catch one of my favorite street punk bands around, Philly’s Violent Society play with the legendary GBH. The show was 21+, and the turn out wasn’t very good, but the bands still put on a great show. Dirty Tactics:I got there right as Philly’s Dirty […]

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Saves The Day – Can’t Slow Down (For fans of Lifetime, Title Fight, Crime In Stereo)

Saves The Day wasn’t always that wimpy emo band that whined about being at your funeral and propelling the emo dark ages of the early 2000s (it’s cool to be sad!) Oh no, there once was a time when Saves The Day had some edge, and had many more melodic hardcore influences than emo. Missed on both melodic hardcore and Saves The Day fan’s radars, their debut 1998 release “Can’t Slow Down” is one of the greatest Saves The Day releases, period. On Can’t Slow […]

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Dead Kennedys – Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegatables (For fans of Black Flag, Bad Brains, Fear)

Alright, I’ll admit it. If you asked me years ago who the top 5 most overrated punk bands are, I would have thrown The Dead Kennedys on that list (along with Rollins era Black Flag). Sure, I like the Dead Kennedys (and Black Flag), but it seems like everyone has a huge circle jerk over them (see what I did there?) Well, in my older and wiser years, I officially retract my statement. Truly one of the most influential punk of the 1980s, the Dead […]

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Vacation!!! ( A Mix)

So Housewives homies, I’m going to be out on vacation (heading out to Puerto Rico) until next week sometime, so you won’t be seeing any updates for the next week. But I’ll be back soon, and hopefully not getting my ass beat for sharing the only spanish I know (i can say “your mother is a whore”), so here’s a little beach mix for you guys! Mp3:The Vapids – Monkey BeachBouncing Souls – Shark AttackThe Boils – Skinhead Reggae Beach StompSubb – LA Beach BumMustard […]

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Trash Talk – Plagues EP (For fans of Ceremony, Bracewar, Outbreak)

Yeah, we get it. You were stoked for the new Ceremony album “Rohnert Park”, and while you could respect them for what they did, you just can’t dig it *yawn*. And there are only so many times you can listen to Violence Violence (note: the number is somewhere between infinity and infinity +1)… So what’s a strapping young hardcore kid like yourself to do? You go listen to some fucking Trash Talk is what you do. Formed back in 2005 in Sacramento, California, Trash Talk […]

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4th Of July Mix

So it’s that special time in every American’s life where we celebrate our victory over the motherland of England by showing a patriotic display of chinese fireworks. Oh, and listening to punk rock. MP3:Champion – 4th of JulyGive Up The Ghost – Fuck What Fireworks Stand ForThe Unseen – Goodbye AmericaAnti-Flag – America Got It RightAus-Rotten – American Ethic More Mixes:A Ramones Core Mix For The ShortiesSongs to Piss Off The Personal Fitness Trainer Below Me MixDrunken Yuppies Breaking Into My House Mix Buy:Interpunk

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The Muggers – Self Titled (For fans of Rancid, Anti-Flag, The Peacocks)

The Muggers were an incredibly short lived side project located in California back in 2004 that apparently not many people have heard of, but they did produce one solid Self Titled album. There’s honestly not too much to say about The Mugger’s Self Titled, except that they play solid slightly garage-tinged punk rock that sounds like a mixture of Rancid, Anti-Flag, and the Peacocks. All of the ten songs are really solid, with some of the standout tracks being Wrong Side and Standing Back. Again, […]

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