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18 bands keeping punk rock alive in 2018
18 bands keeping punk rock alive in 2018
These 18 artists prove that not only is punk NOT Dead in 2018, it's very much alive and ready to fill your head with four chords and the truth. From the legendary Against Me! to the power drill of a punk band, PEARS, this list has the sweetest of sweet punk-pop and the dirtiest, noisiest bands who are currently giving you tinnitus in style and making you get sweaty in every punk club the world ove
The Copyrights – Report
The Copyrights – Report
The Copyrights Report This sixth record from Illinois-based misfits the Copyrights blasts through 14 pithy gems in just under 28 minutes. Mixing both the sloppy, slacker pop-punk of, say, early Green Day with the slightly more polished sheen of Teenage Bottlerocket or recent Bouncing Souls, songs like “The World Is Such A Drag” and “No Knocks” throw an upbeat, don’t-give-a-fuck attitude in the fac
The Copyrights – No Knocks EP
The Copyrights – No Knocks EP
The Copyrights No Knocks EP Writing catchy music that sticks can be a real task, but it’s one that Illinois pop-punk four-piece the Copyrights have mastered throughout the past decade since their humble beginnings. Now several albums in, the band are back with No Knocks, a three-song EP on Fat Wreck Chords, which could be the start of a beautiful relationship between the perfectly paired band and
The Heat Tape – The Heat Tape EP
The Heat Tape – The Heat Tape EP
The Heat Tape The Heat Tape EP The Heat Tape's members come from a variety of bands, but the two you'll most likely recognize are the Copyrights and Dear Landlord. (Those would be frontman Brett Hunter's other bands.) The roughshod pop-punk those bands employ have little to do with the Heat Tape, however—this is super-lo-fi garage punk,  seemingly tracked on the cheapest four-track tape possible