Propagandhi – Victory Lap

If I had to name the most anticipated album release of 2017, for me it was without a doubt Propagandhi’s Victory Lap.  These Canadian punks have been one of my favorite and personally influential bands since I started listening to them during my early punk days many moons ago when I was a teenager.  With the insane political climate of the world, the album could not have dropped at a more appropriate time. From their earlier skate punk days of How To Clean Everything and […]

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Propagandhi, Comeback Kid, One Win Choice Live (Philly 10/5/12 Union Transfer)

Propagandhi is a cruel mistress.  I have been listening to these Canadian punks since the year 2000 when Today’s Empire, Tomorrow’s Ashes came out, and they have easily been one of my favorite bands since.  However, in the span of those 12 years, I only had the opportunity to see them once, and that was a mere 3 years ago… so I essentially went 9 years without seeing my favorite band.  Fucking hurts dude. When Propagandhi announced they were coming to Philly to support the […]

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Propagandhi – Failed States (For Fans of SNFU, Good Riddance, Bigwig)

When it comes to Propagandhi, people are split into three distinct groups.  You have those who are fucking obsessed, those who only dig their early stuff (Less Talk More Rock, How To Clean Everything), and those who don’t like Propagandhi at all and their opinion is irrelevant.  I am in the obsessed category, and completely fucking loved their 2009 release of Supporting Caste and wasn’t sure if Failed States would hold up.  With 15 new songs (12 if you get the regular version, but the […]

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Propagandhi – How To Clean Everything (For fans of NOFX, The Weakerthans, Bigwig)

What the fuck?  After going through my music collection and some old blog posts, I realized that I somehow managed to skip over some of my all time favorite albums thinking I already posted on them.  Leading that list is Propagandhi’s How To Clean Everything. While Propagandhi has evolved into a more thrash punk sound as of late (which I fucking love for the record…), the first full length by these snotty Canadian punks featured 12 songs of politically infused skate punk bliss.  Released 19 […]

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