“It would be a good thing if just one bloke questioned why he was always being such a dick to his girlfriend and made an effort to change his behavior.”
The Anti-Trump Mix Tape is on sale for a whopping £1,000 or more (that’s $1,320 for my American audience) with each track costing at least £100. That’s PMKS, and this is Anti-Trump Mix Tape.
The details work well, the carefree storytelling style seems to make everything seem OK – as is the role of punk rock, to normalize volume & chaos or at least to draw attention to it & create a shared understanding.
As a grown man who still listens to Bowling for Soup & (Old) Fall Out Boy every single day, I give you my word that you OWE IT TO YOURSELF to hear everything this band has to offer.
A two-track bonanza, set to immediately take many listeners back to their teenage years – when punk-pop was the soundtrack to our carefree lives.
The very essence of rock & punk music was originally that connection shared between working people who had grown tired of the rat race & of living under somebody else’s thumb. Moe Green’s Eye bring all of this & more to their music.
In among the excitement & chaos of this track are one or two magnetic lyrics that refocus you quite instantly as they explode into the room. RGF have a classic, carefree, passionate punk-rock sound that feels totally nostalgic right now.
The band paint these songs from blank canvasses into multi-layered, thoughtfully connected works of expression. On top of this; they bring audiences that essential, authentic rock energy that is so often missing from modern music.
Bringing together the colour & eclecticism of musicianship and comic books, their venture for 2018 begins next month as they release their brand new series of multi-layered artistry.
The Silver Bayonets write some of the best songs out there in rock music right now. Their energy & lyricism always get to you, and although this track has been approached from a slightly different angle, the authenticity & inherent character of their sound remains.
Bringing back the rhythm, melody & chaotic structuring of their classic punk-rock fusion, P.M.K.S add to their ever-growing musical catalogue with the characterful, Bowie-esque The Catwalk Assassins.
The Twindows take the time to escape into their music, which, in turn, gives their audience the perfectly realistic, go-to escapism they expect from effective music.