Dennis took a look behind the scenes at Amsterdam Recording Company!
2013 is almost over, time to look back before we all dive feet first into the new year.
The organiser about hardcore fests, the past and present of Incubate, politics on festivals and mid 90’s hardcore.
If bands like Touche Amore, La Dispute and Make Do And Mend aren’t your thing, chances that you’ll enjoy Troubled Coast are less than zero.
Sparrow Falls tell us all about their acoustic tours, ARC and answer a couple of silly questions.
No Turning Back exists for 15 years. Martijn looks back on world tours, the argument with MAD and tells us what’s in store for 2012.
Interview with Chris Mahon Bang Bros from Dublin. The dude is all about getting low, Irish hardcore, LOC and Chino pants.
Dying youth is the impressive debut EP by Czech band Hopes. Time to let Hopes explain how they will conquer not only Czech stages.
A debut EP like Train Wrecks should be enough to get you interested in the folks behind the music, shouldn’t it? Time to introduce you to Habits.
An interview with the newest hype in hardcore twitterland. Find out more about the guys from Hardcore Headlines.
Plastic Bitch sends in 3 consecutive records for the meat grinder. Not mindblowing, but it has its drive and passion going for it.
Has the edge gone dull? It seems like in the Netherlands it has, but luckily there’s hope. Time to introduce Echoes, a new ‘all-star’ band.
Badasses in cool clothes make rock fun.
Guitarist Jort and vocalist Rowald take us into the world of anarchy, acoustic festivals and coffee mugs. ‘We’re not planning a lawsuit against Groezrock’
Basement unleashes their swan song onto the world and hearing it we know a good band is lost to us but a new day brings a new sound.
As I really enjoyed No More Art’s debut album “The Sorrows of Youth”, I decided to give them a call and see what’s up. Will Kinser, the band’s main songwriter and guitar player was kind enough to answer a couple of questions. Let’s start with an easy question: who is No More Art? Well, NMA … Continue reading No More Art
Now and then we put a message out that we’re looking for contributers. This guy, Jonas, from Sweden answered our call. Time to meet The Invisible Guy.
It’s about time we, the consumers, make a stand. Away with overpriced records. We love music. We love vinyl. But we refuse to be treated like dumb, mindless people.