Category Archives: punk

Time for some Amphetamine Ballads

And finally it was time for The Amazing Snakeheads third appearance in Aberdeen and Akira Fox went along to write about it for us. Support at The Lemon Tree was John Knox Sex Club and Pinact. Read her review and … Continue reading

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Declaring War on Cancer

All this week I’ve been reading about cancer, seeing all the various photo campaigns to raise awareness on social media sites, with some fantastic sums of money raised as well. But this weekend someone I admire for fighting his own … Continue reading

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Babylon’s (Still) Burning

It’s the seventh time this year that New York Johnny has seen the Ruts DC and they still manage to shake that ol’ punk rock heart of his. Read here about his trip to the Picture House in Edinburgh where … Continue reading

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NYJ’s Top Ten for Rebellion Punk Festival 2012

Just as it says on the tin, its New York Johnny’s Top Ten Picks for this years (long awaited) Rebellion Punk Festival in Blackpool next month. Read on and get yourself in the mood for the biggest punk-fest of them … Continue reading

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Cock Sparrer Conquer San Francisco

Continuing our international coverage we have Ska Dude and Chelsea Dom reviewing Cock Sparrer and Rancid in San Francisco. Review and many pics here.

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Roadtrips and Test Tubes.

It’s the first roadtrip of the year for New York Johnny and Ska Dude as they get themselves to Beat Generator Live in  Dundee to see Peter and the Test Tube Babies. You can read how much they enjoyed it … Continue reading

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He-who-cannot-be-named Interview

With a new album out and now with his own band, Ska Dude managed a few words with He-who-cannot-be-named who has been playing punk rock for 25 years mostly with The Dwarves. We put some questions to him about one of music’s controversial bands, … Continue reading

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