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The Rockometer: Go Easy by Blank Realm

One can think of Go Easy as a punk rock textbook. Not a history book, mind you, but a guide on how to make a punk rock record for the 21st Century. The Brisbane, Australia band, Blank Realm, are not merely content to revisit underground styles first birthed in the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s and recreate Youtube’s greatest punk rock moments of the past 40 years for new ears. Instead, each chapter contains valuable lessons on how to make these time-tested methods your own.

Play Me: “Heavy Shit” by Colleen Green

Colleen Green and her one woman punk band first grabbed the attention of the underground with her 2012 release, Milo Goes to Compton. Green’s from Boston. She’s in Oakland now. Who knows if she’s ever been to Compton, but if you caught the Descendents reference, then you know where she’s been in a figurative sense. [...]

The Rockometer: New Moon by The Men

                The Men New Moon Sacred Bones In a recent interview with the Village Voice, the men of the six-piece Brooklyn band, The Men, revealed their adoration Tom Petty. The excitement they expressed over Petty headlining Bonnaroo was akin to the reaction a hipster caricature would have to [...]

The Rockometer: Honeys by Pissed Jeans

                Pissed Jeans Honeys Sub Pop For the target audience — Male, thirty-something, office worker, and educated in classic punk, early Sub Pop and AmRep Records, Pissed Jeans’ Honeys will resonate like few other records released over the past five years. As Matt Korvette growls, about management, health [...]

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