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2 Sick Monkeys (punk) streaming new track “These Are The Things That Don’t Seem Like Fun To Me” off upcoming album “Into Oblivion”

UK-based 2 Sick Monkeys are streaming their new track “These Are The Things That Don’t Seem Like Fun To Me”. The new track comes from the band’s upcoming album Into Oblivion, set to be released September 7th on Pumpkin Records.

Check out the new track below.

2 Sick Monkeys announced back in December that they are going to play a few last shows before calling it quits. It appears Into Oblivion may be a farewell of sorts so do yourself a favor and grab the new record when it comes out.

Rash Decision (hardcore) stream new album “Karōshi”

Rash Decision are streaming their new album “Karōshi” and its a belter! The record is relentless and well worth a listen. You can check it out below.

I saw these guys play at an all dayer in York and they were really impressive. If you want to catch them live they are setting off on a pretty intense 10 day tour of Europe next month, you can find the tour dates below the album.

2 Sick Monkeys playing final shows

One of the hardest working and dedicated band’s in the UK diy scene are playing what looks like their last shows in the run up to Christmas. If you want to catch a truly great band before they call it a day then here are the remaining shows:

Wednesday December 20th – Lounge 41, Workington
w/ Kinky Cops

Thursday December 21st – The Yorkshire House, Lancaster
w/ Eastfield + The Lab Rats

Friday December 22nd – Temple Of Boom, Leeds
w/ Autonomads + The Dub Righters + The Fuckin’ Glorious + Deadbeat + Incisions + Mothcob + Sods Law + Picasso Blot + Fear Insight + Eric Bana + more tbc

Saturday December 23rd – The Star & Garter, Manchester
w/ Spunk Volcano & The Eruptions + Born To Destruct + Skurvi + Brocker

In the mean time you can listen to their EP About Time below.

Autonomads release video for new song “All Roads Lead To Hulme”

“Stuff your yuppy flats, we’re happy with the rats” is the battle cry against gentrification from Manchester anarcho/ska act Autonomads. The band have released a video for their new song “All Roads Lead To Hulme” which is about an area in Manchester many of the band members have lived. Listen to it below.

The band gave some more information on the song:

“Hulme is a district of Manchester that lies just south of the city centre and has a long history. A history of deprivation, demolition, re-development and then deprivation, demolition and re-development and over and over and over. However the most important and relevant part of this districts history is its community (especially today when the government forces are doing all they can to destroy inner city communities).

These communities started in the ‘slum’ terrace housing that lived and died before our time and then extended to the squatters and travellers (also before our time and is also now of our time) and now teeters on the edge of total envelopment by developers and yuppy flats that look more like tupperware boxes than homes. Over the years a number of us have lived in Hulme and too many of our friends to count have also. This song is our show of love and solidarity with a part of the city that has shaped us and a scream of rage against the gentrifiers.”

The track is taken from their upcoming 7″ titled “All Quiet On The Western Front” which is due out this December.

Holiday (punk, UK) stream debut full-length “California Steamin'”

UK “dude rockers” Holiday have released their debut album California Steamin’ via Pumpkin, Brass Neck, Prejudice Me, and No Time records. Even better, they’re allowing fans to stream the entire thing for free. I think I heard a friend say it sounds like Oasis covering Leatherface. A worth comparison in my book. To me, the deeply introspective lyrics are reminiscent of Osker but that’s just my two cents.

You can listen to California Streamin’ for free below. If you like it, buy it. The guys would definitely appreciate the support.

Primeval Soup (UK, Anarcho) stream latest album “To The Great Calamity Of The Inhabitants”

UK anarcho-punks Primeval Soup are streaming their latest full-length album, To The Great Calamity Of The Inhabitants, in its entirety and absolutely for free.

The record was released by the UK’s infamous DIY specialists, Pumpkin Records, and you can check it out below.

Autonomads (ska punk) stream new album “One Day This Will All Be Gone…EVERYTHING NOW!”

Manchester UK anarcho ska/punk act Autonomads are streaming their new album One Day This Will All Be Gone…EVERYTHING NOW!

You can give it a listen below.  If you like what you hear, the band is offering the whole thing as a pay what you want download.

One Day This Will All Be Gone…EVERYTHING NOW! was released on September 13th, 2016 via Pumpkin Records.

One Eyed God (ska, UK) release “The First And Last Freedom”

The United Kingdom’s One Eyed God have released a new full length LP entitled “The First And Last Freedom”. This saxaphone driven ska-punk stomp-along has strong echoes of UK favourites Radical Dance Faction and Culture Shock and will certainly delight fans of either band. Mixed and mastered at the UK’s infamous Made of Ale studios, the record has been released on Manchester’s Pumpkin Records home to the likes of Revenge Of The Psychotronic Man and Fair Dos.

You can enjoy “The First And Last Freedom” below or support the release through the band’s website.

Wadeye (Ska) stream new EP

Manchester anarcho-ska group Wadeye has just released a stream of their brand new EP “Wadeye Harder”, via Pumpkin Records. Even though it just consists of three tracks, the collection is definitely well worth a listen, mixing crusty ska beats reminiscent of Leftover Crack and Chocking Hazard, with a distinctive British flavor. Check it out below.

Pumpkin Records release 99 track retrospective compilation

To celebrate their 100th release, British music collective Pumpkin Records has just put out a massive 99 track compilation that features one track from each of their previous releases, including bands like The Infested, Atrocity Solution, Epic Problem, Moral Dilemma, Beng Beng Cocktail, and many more.

The whole thing is available as a pay what you want download, but for 99 tracks, consider giving them a few bucks to help out for the next 100 releases.  Give the compilation a listen below.

Pumpkin Records releases “Dirty Weekend 2015 Collection”, promote upcomming festival.

British music collective Pumpkin Records has just released their “Dirty Weekend 2015 Collection”, an album to coincide with the upcoming festival of the same name. Dirty Weekend is a yearly non-profit festival, occurring in early September. This year’s lineup will include bands such as Suicide Watch, Paper Town, and Lab Rats. The album can be bought at Bandcamp, and you can name your price.

Check the album out below, and check their website for more news about the festival.

Stream the Epic Problem / Holiday (street punk) split 7-inch

UK street punks Epic Problem are Holiday released a split 7-inch on Pumpkin Records a couple weeks ago and you can stream the entire thing below.

The release features two new songs from each band and if you consider yourself a fan of street punk I highly recommend you give the tunes a listen, particularly the Epic Problem tracks.

Epic Problem (street punk) release new video – “Petrol Blue”

UK street punks Epic Problem have a new video out for their song “Petrol Blue”. You can, of course, check it out below.

The song is off the band’s upcoming split with Manchester melodic punk band Holiday, which is due out later this year on Pumpkin Records.

Epic Problem last released their EP, Lines, back in February through Lonsgshot / Rebellion / Rebelsounds / Pirates Press Records.

Full Album Stream: Luvdump (skacore) – “Age Of Austerity”

UK skacore act Luvdump are streaming their debut album “Age Of Austerity” in its entirety right here.

The album was released yesterday throughPumpkin Records and Riot Ska Records.

Free Album Download: Molotov Compromise (skacore) – “Chestpains”

Like your hardcore punk with a healthy dose of ska guitars?  Houston’s Molotov Compromise might be just what you’re in the mood for.  The band released their latest full-length “Chestpains” last summer but it’s new to us so we figured it would be new to a lot of you too.  If you dig bands like Against All Authority (for those of you old enough to remember them) you should check these guys out.  Stream “Chestpains” here and if you dig it, download it for free.