File under "can't get this obscure rock-punk hybrid out of my head": The Press "Trapped in the Wreckage"
Harness the wind, the sun, and the waves. We don't need this filthy nuclear waste.
This is a chord. This is another. This is a third. Now form Mob 47.
All day, every day: Astronauts
Aksumites: sublime Bronx reggae 1980
Panic: the best Dutch 70s punk band ever to sing about Heidegger
Slips Y Sperma 83 demo: ultra-rough early d-beat raw punk from Spain
The most well-known 80s French punk band outside France: Kidnap ("Thatcher-Dracula" = best song title ever)
Words like "hippies," "cult," and "lysergic" fail to do justice to the "Penetration" LP by Yahowa 13. How about "shit-fi"?
The right Agent Orange, in all their speed-fueled, knife-fight glory, live in 83.
The Now "Into the 80s": sheer perfection in British punk rock
Sounds like UK class of 79, hails from OZ 81, confounds collectors: Plastic EP & the Records
Slugfuckers LP: harsh and ugly sounds for harsh and ugly listeners